Constitution Day

Canyon Elementary News - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 9:37pm
Attributions: Danika Nuttall
(more pictures available)

Aren't these boys the cutest!!! Porter Johansen, Will Nelson, Ezra Morley, and Ryan Bernards helped our school celebrate Constitution Day! We are proud to be Americans!!!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Mrs. Young's Second Grade Class had a special deliver from Willy Wonka!

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 8:49pm
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Mrs. Young's Second grade class was BEYOND excited when they found out they received a special delivery from Willy Wonka! 

#nebohero #NeboSchoolDistrict #studentsuccess #empowerstudents #engagestudents #focusonstudents #loveUTpublicschools #utpol #uted 

Air Quality Safety

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 8:33pm
Attributions: Ash Nielsen

Mrs. Coutlee is demonstrating air quality safety is just as important as crosswalk safety.

Also, A big thank you to the parent who donated these masks to those assigned to do our crosswalk duties!

#nebohero #NeboSchoolDistrict #studentsuccess #empowerstudents #engagestudents #focusonstudents #loveUTpublicschools #utpol #uted

Riverview Elementary Weekly Newsletter

Riverview Elementary News - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 6:54pm

Principal Moment

School pictures will be taken tomorrow, Thursday, September 20th.  Since I started teaching, there are certain things about school photos that have never changed.  First is the envelope they arrive in.  It always has a window in it.  Through this window you get to see a third of your face, the top of your head, and one ear.  There is only one reason the envelopes have this window: to ease the shock.  The background in school photos hasn’t changed, either.  For as long as I can remember, school pictures have had that same light blue background.  In fact, if Jeopardy! Ever posted “School Photos” as a category, I wouldn’t be surprised if the winning answer was “What is blue?” 

Riverview Chalk Walk Fundraiser                              

Friday begins a very important, fun, healthy way to raise money for Riverview Elementary.

Riverview is raising money to fund field trips, assemblies, technology and classroom supplies.

We want to promote a healthy lifestyle to our students and the community.  Please help us reach our fundraising goal by supporting our Chalk Walk.

  • We have teamed up with The Get Movin’ Crew© to make this event fun and profitable.
  • Please help us by helping your child raise a total of $50.00 in donations.
  • It’s easy! Just help your child gather 5, $10.00 flat donations, or more. 

We Need All Parents to Complete 3 Fast/Easy Online Steps!

  1. Register your Child by visiting  Your child(s) classroom teacher will send you information.  It's free, super easy, and takes only a few minutes!
  2. Share your child's student fundraising webpage via email to 10-15 friends and/or family. It’s super easy.
  3. Post on Facebook or Social Media. It's two clicks of a button to post. The average parent has 300 FB friends. You'll be surprised when donations come in from distant relatives/friends from HS/co-workers.  Post and see what happens!

Our total school goal is $50,000 - It is possible if each child brings in just 5, $10 flat donations!

Event details: 


  • Kickoff Assembly: Friday, September 21st @ 2:00
  • Chalk Walk Date: Friday, October 5th from 1:30-3:00
  • Early Donation Due Date:  Monday, September, 24th, 2018
  • Final Donation due date:   Wednesday, October 17th, 2018
  • We prefer online donations through your child’s webpage.
  • Donations in the form of cash & checks (in-school donations), should be turned in to the school.


Please become a member of the Riverview PTA; $6.00 to become a member.  You may pay through Venmo @ Riverview-PTA.  It made becoming a member super easy for me.

Stay current on PTA by visiting the Riverview PTA blogspot at and the PTA facebook at

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Have a great week.

Mrs. Angie Killian, Principal

Upcoming Events

  • September 20th – School pictures
  • September 21st – Riverview Annual Chalk Walk Fundraiser Kick-Off Assembly @ 2:00 p.m.
  • September 27th – Make Your Mark Assembly @ 9:00 a.m.
  • October 3rd – Vision Screening
  • October 5th – RIVERVIEW CHALK WALK!!!!!




Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

SFJH Students Hike to Stewart Falls

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 3:45pm
Attributions: by Garrett Johnson, with Rillene Nielsen. Pictures by Garrett Johnson
(more pictures available)

Spanish Fork Junior High’s annual Fall Hike took place on Wednesday Sept. 19th.  And those who boarded the bus this morning were in for a real treat. 

We hiked to Stewart Falls up Provo Canyon above the Sundance Ski Resort.  The country we were hiking through was beautiful and the weather was perfect.  Stewart Fall is one of the most beautiful and picturesque place along the Wasatch Front.  The waterfall is over two hundred feet high and flows over two tiers.  The fall colors can be magnificent. 

Once at the falls, many brave students tested out the water under the water fall and had a great time.  All made it back safely.  It’s awesome to be able to enjoyable day out in the beautiful Utah Mountains!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Fourth Grade Students Learn About Storm Water

Brockbank Elementary News - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 3:44pm
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Thursday, Sept 13, fourth grade students participated in a storm water presentation. They learned all about the "villains" that we put into out storm drains, and how they affect our clean drinking water. They also learned ways to help keep our water clean. 

 The students took turns adding some of those villains to our drinking water. Some villains include oil, grass clippings, gas, paint, soap, and fertilizer. In the end, we had "Pollution Punch". Students were encouraged to remind their parents of steps they can take to help keep our drinking water clean.   If you have a fourth grader ask them about some of these villains, and how you can do your part to help prevent water pollution!   

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Student Job Fair

Park Elementary News - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 1:20pm

ATTENTION Park Students! Don't forget to come out to Park's 2nd Annual Student Job Fair. We are holding our Student Job Fair on Thursday, September 20th from 5:30 pm until 6:30 pm. Please come and apply for a job. We need your help!!! See you tomorrow evening!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Lunch Worker of the Week at Spanish Oaks

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 10:00am

Kara was our first lunch worker of the week!  We are so excited for her.  Kara was always busy and did exactly what she was asked to do!!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Reading Buddies Are the Best!

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 9:58am
Attributions: Mrs. Heaton
(more pictures available)

We love our 4th grade buddy readers here in 1st grade! They model reading fluency and help us decode trickier words. Buddy time is one of our favorite  parts of the week! 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

1st Grade Break Out

Park Elementary News - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 8:00am
Attributions: Mrs. Hunt
(more pictures available)

First grade is breaking out.  Sammy came and stole our shapes today.  We had to solve problems and get through the locks to get our shapes back.  We are awesome problem solvers!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Prep of the Week - Taylor Bunce

Maple Mountain High School News - Tue, 09/18/2018 - 11:16pm
Attributions: Story by Dave Boyack. Photo by Tyler Lewis.

Taylor Bunce has been selected as a Maple Mountain Prep Athlete of the Week for her outstanding play as a member of the soccer team. Taylor's efforts have helped the lady Golden Eagles to sit atop of the standings in Region 8. Taylor has had several multi-goal games so far helping the Eagles stay undefeated in region play. Congratulations Taylor and good luck to you and your team the rest of the way!

Dancing to Learn at Spanish Oaks Elementary

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Tue, 09/18/2018 - 5:16pm
Attributions: Melanie Fillmore
(more pictures available)

Spanish Oaks Elementary had a Nebo District Dance Specialist visit last week as part of the the Nebo GAINS (Growing Arts INebo Schools) program, sponsored by the Beverly Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program.  Specialist, Melanie Fillmore, visited with classroom teachers and students offering ideas for the use of dance and movement as a vehicle for engaged learning.  You won't believe what our students danced about!  See below then ask your student for more details ...   

  • 1st grade:  Did you know that "Plants Can't Sit Still?"  It's true.  They are always in motion and your first grader can show you!  
  • 2nd grade:  Different habitats each have their own unique features and animals.  We used different kinds of dance energies and styles to reflect the beauty of each habitat.  
  • 3rd grade:  3rd grade broke a few rules and danced all kinds of prepositions with their chairs!  On, across, under, next to, away from, over, etc.!  Find a safe space and try it at home.
  • 4th and 5th grade learned about Personal Space and Shared Space and how it applies to the author's 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person Points of View.
  • 6th grade played different dance games, practiced sequencing and had an organized "dance party" to get warmed up for a year of dance at Spanish Oaks.  

It makes you wonder if perhaps the best learning takes place when students AREN'T sitting still!  

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

5th Grade Colonial Days

East Meadows Elementary News - Tue, 09/18/2018 - 3:18pm
(more pictures available)

Our 5th grade students had Colonial Days last Friday. They had a lot of fun making Jonny Cakes, playing Colonial games, makeing metal art and picking seeds out of cotton!

Thanks to all the parent volunteers that helped to make it all possible!

#emmustangs #mustangpride #runningahead

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Get the Scoop on CTE!

Maple Mountain High School News - Tue, 09/18/2018 - 11:44am
Attributions:  Parents and students are invited to taste test careers. Many hands-on experiences will be available from many different industries.   Free ice cream will be served to all those in attendance. This is a free event and is open to everyone, So bring your family and come get the scoop on technical education!   Come explore career pathways and see what the future holds! 5-8 pm at the Mountainland Technical College Lehi Campus. Come "taste-test" different careers!   This event is in collaboration with Mountainland Technical College, Alpine School District, Nebo School District and Utah Valley University.   Here is a link to the town hall event on Facebook:

FAFSA Open House December 6th, 2018

Landmark High School News - Tue, 09/18/2018 - 11:25am

Items needed:

Social security card, alien registration or permanent resident card

Driver's license (optional)

2017 W-2 forms and other records of income

Your 2017 Federal Income tax return

Parent's 2017 Federal Income tax return

Current bank statements

2017 untaxed income records 

Currnet business and investment mortgage information, business and farm, stock, bond and other investment records.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Get the Scoop on CTE

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 09/18/2018 - 9:32am

Come explore career pathways and see what the future holds. 5-8 pm at the Mountainland Technical College Lehi Campus. Come "taste-test" different careers!  Parents and students will be invited to taste test careers. Many hands on experience will be available from many different industries. Free ice cream will be served to all those in attendance. This is a free event and is open to everyone, So bring your family and come get the scoop on technical education!
 This event is in collaboration with Mountainland Technical College, Alpine School District, Nebo School District and Utah Valley University.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Brockbank Bulletin

Brockbank Elementary News - Tue, 09/18/2018 - 7:53am

Hello, Brockbank Families!

We had quite a week last week with the booming fires!  We appreciate your patience as we worked to keep your child safe with the poor air quality conditions. We will continue to keep tabs on the air quality and will take precautions with letting your child go outside for recess and other activities.

Minimal Day:   Today was our minimal day.   This is a time where our teachers received important instruction and were given time to work on required assignments from the District.  We so appreciate your support with this valuable day for teachers!

Pre-assessments:  This week we will be giving our students assessments for DIBELS and reading benchmarks. 

Reflections:  Reflections projects are due October 1st!  Please encourage your child to participate!  The theme is, “Heroes Around Me!” Please encourage your child to get involved and participate in this fun event!  We want to thank Cindy Shepherd for helping us with this, and if you have any questions, please contact her at

Please keep collecting your Box Tops!

If you did not get a school magnet, please grab one from the office!
We invite you to LIKE us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, as well as our own Brockbank website!  Follow us on Instagram--#Brockbankbest, #Lookatbrockbank, and #BrockbankBFF

Please check our website for more info!

Thanks for being the BEST! 

Mrs. Nelson

Brockbank Bulletin:
9/25-PTA Mtg.-2:00
9/26-Bond Community Presentation at PHS-6:00pm
10/1-Reflections Due
10/3-Bond Presentation-SHS-6:00pm
10/4-Bond Presentation-SFHS-6:00pm
10/16-Picture Retakes
10/18&19-Fall Break
10/22-25-Book Fair
10/25-SEP Conferences
10/30-PTA Mtg.-2:00

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Brockbank First Graders Learn About Friendship by Reading Book, Enemy Pie

Brockbank Elementary News - Tue, 09/18/2018 - 7:52am

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Brockbank first-graders read the book, "Enemy Pie" written by Derek Munson about a boy whose summer is ruined when Jeremy Ross moves in and becomes number one on the enemy list. Fortunately, for the boy his father has a secret recipe for a pie that is guaranteed to help get rid of enemies. While his Dad works on mixing the ingredients and baking the pie, he explains that his son's role in the plan is that he needs to spend a day with his enemy. Even worse, he has to be nice to him. It sounds tough, but the boy decides to give it a try. After spending the day throwing water balloons at the girls, playing basketball, and hiding out in the tree house, he decides that Jeremy is not so bad after all. There's still the problem of the pie. The boy is worried about giving Jeremy the pie but the pie ends up being delicious. This is a fun story where one little boy learns an effective recipe for turning a best enemy into a best friend. Enemy Pie is a great lesson in friendship. First-graders got to share their own "enemy pie" made with pudding, chocolate chips, and gummy worms.


Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork