Lobo Update 9/17/18

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Mon, 09/17/2018 - 7:13pm
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Parents, Students, and Friends - 

THE LOBO WAY

Striving to live The Lobo Way takes everyday effort, look for ways this week to cultivate your love of learning. This is part of LEARNING TO LEARN WITH PASSION. Teachers and students, take notice of ideas and topics in classes that give you an “A-HA” moment. This is the moment when you “get it”, you have a better understanding of what is being taught. Come to the office and share your experience with Mr. Christensen, Mrs. LeMmon, or Mr. Mortensen for a small treat! 

LOBO T-SHIRTS

If your student received a Lobo T-shirt that is too large for them, have them bring the shirt to school and trade for  XS and S sizes.

Also, shirts are available for siblings and parents on a first come, first serve basis at $5 per shirt. We have XS, S, L, XL and a few 2XL. See the finance office. 

AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS!

MONDAY is Card Making Club

TUESDAY your choice of Chess Club or Dungeons & Dragons Club

WEDNESDAY your choice of German Club or STEM Club: Coding and Robotics

THURSDAY your choice of Improv Club or Magic the Gathering Club

FRIDAY is Meditation Club

Pick up an application form in the office or online at http://sfjhs.nebo.edu/content/nebo-afterschool-clubs. Clubs are free!

Meet in the Lobo Den after school.  Clubs end at 4:15 pm. You can get registration forms in the front office.

PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCE, THURSDAY, SEPT. 27TH

Our first parent teacher conference of the year will be held from 3:30pm to 8:00pm. You will receive your child’s grades upon arrival and teachers will be available in the cafeteria and Little Theater.

PTA SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR

Our first book fair of the year, sponsored by the PTA, will be held in the conference room next to the cafeteria from September 25th-27th, 7:15am - 3pm, and until 8pm on Thursday during parent teacher conference. The book fair features current titles with great prices.

FALL HIKE

The hike scheduled for Diamond Fork Canyon On Wednesday the 19th has had a location change due to the fires and smoke in the air.  We will now be hiking to Stewart Falls which is above Sundance in Provo Canyon. Times are still the same, only change is location.  

STATE FAIR JR. HIGH COMPETITORS/RESULTS 2018

HOGS: Logan Beckstead, Josh Bartold-3rd place Showman, Tate Sorensen-Grand Champion Showman, Reserve Champion Hog, Dallin Redd-6th place Showman

CATTLE: Mikah Banks-6th place Showman, Ashley Olsen-Reserve Showman

SHEEP: Luke Galloway, Tate Sorensen-3rd Market Lamb, 3rd Showman; Ashley Olsen, Josh Bartold

Great job FFA!

THE PE MILE

Last week, Coaches Carlson and Johnson’s classes ran the mile (pre-fire and smoke). RESULTS ARE:

CARLSON --

1st Ashton Beehler 6:15, Taytum Lomax / Kiah Skollingsberg 7:45

3rd Wyatt Hughes Millman 7:18

4th Mckay Shaffer 6:08, Tania Sandoval 8:46

5th Ryan Olsen 6:15, Addalice Flores 7:45

6th Samuel Clements 6:25, Kayleigh Porter 6:14

7th Treyven Davies 6:23

JOHNSON --

1st period- Billy Thaler 7:01

2nd period- Scott Bullock 6:45

3rd period- Andrew Seidel 6:04, Meilani Stanton/Allie Parcell 10:31

4th period- Kyle Topham 6:40

5th period- Spencer Larsen 6:23

6th period- Andrew Folsom 6:10, Abi Smith 7:44

7th period- Kaleb Feland 5:52, Jadyn Larson 10:20

Congratulations to all of the top finishers!

UPCOMING SFJHS ACTIVITIES

  • Sept 18 - Soccer Intramurals 2:45pm

  • Sept 19 - Fall Hike to Stewart Falls 8:15am, Soccer Intramurals 2:45pm

  • Sept 20 - Golf RESCHEDULED @ Spanish Oaks 12:00pm

  • Sept 21 - MIDTERM TERM 1, LOBO HERO DAY - WEAR SHIRTS FOR TREATS, Cross Country @ DFJHS 3:30pm

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Term 1 Student Led Conferences 10-4-2018

Park Elementary News - Mon, 09/17/2018 - 4:33pm
Attributions: Bristi Poulson

Below you will find links to sign up for a Student Led Conference time.  

*Please follow the link for the teacher you need to set up an appointment with.

*You will notice some classes have scheduled appointments and some are doing it more open house where you sign up for a chunk of time that works for you to come in.

*Please sign up with your students name.

*Include your email address and it will email you a reminder 2 days prior to SLC's.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to give us a call.  We will also post the links on our school website as well as our Facebook page so you can easily find them later.

Mr. Elliott Kindergarten 

Mrs. Leifson Kindergarten

Mrs. Hunt 1st Grade

Mrs. Bird 1st Grade

Ms. Marshall 1st Grade

Mrs. James 2nd Grade

Mrs. McAllister 2nd Grade

Mrs. Taylor 2nd Grade

Ms. Dunn 3rd Grade

Ms. Poulson 3rd Grade

Ms. Webster 4th Grade

Mrs. Cox 4th Grade 

Mrs. Jones 5th Grade

Mrs. Hoffman 5th Grade

Mrs. Porter 6th Grade

Mr. James 6th Grade

Miss Boyer 6th Grade

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

SUPER KIDS

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Mon, 09/17/2018 - 1:32pm
Attributions: Katie King; Amanda Hales
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Mrs. Hales and Mrs. King’s Kindergarten classes celebrated their “SUPER KIDS” on Friday. Being kind, a good friend, and being helpful are some of the ways we can be “Super Kids”!

 

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

Noon Dismissal Today September 17th

East Meadows Elementary News - Mon, 09/17/2018 - 11:48am
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Don't forget it is early out today!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

School Dismiss at Noon - Monday, September 17th

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Sun, 09/16/2018 - 7:51pm
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Parents,

Tomorrow, Monday, September 17th, is a half day and school will dismiss at noon. PM Kindergarten will not be held this day. AM kindergarten parents are welcome to pick up their child at 11:15 am or wait until school is dismissed at noon with the rest of school.

Sierra Bonita Elementary

School out at 12 PM on September 17

Larsen Elementary News - Sun, 09/16/2018 - 7:03pm
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We wanted to remind parents that tomorrow school will be out at 12:00 PM.  Please make arrangements to have your students picked up at that time so that teachers can get to their training.  Thank you!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Half Day - Students Dismissed at Noon

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Sun, 09/16/2018 - 7:02pm
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* Reminder:  Monday 9-17-18 is a half day of school.  For those who choose to eat, lunch will be served from 10:45 AM to 11:15 PM.  Students will be dismissed at noon.  Both AM and PM kindergarten students will meet in a joint “squishy” session in the morning.  Thank you for your support ... Happy Monday!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Early Out Day

Riverview Elementary News - Fri, 09/14/2018 - 4:37pm

Reminder - School will be dismissed at noon on Monday, September 17th.  There will be no Afternoon Kindergarten. 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Grandparents Day for 1st Grade

East Meadows Elementary News - Fri, 09/14/2018 - 3:33pm
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Our 1st Graders had a program for grandparents. They sang some cute songs and showed their grandparents their classrooms. They did such a great job!

#emmustangs #runningahead #mustangpride

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Jump Into Reading Assembly at Spanish Oaks

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Fri, 09/14/2018 - 2:19pm
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We once again enjoyed the Just Jump group who helped us get a "jump" on our new reading goal for this year.  Several students, teachers and even Mrs. Brown all got involved in the fun.  

Everyone get reading and let's reach that goal!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Today's Cross Country Meet Has Been Postponed.

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Fri, 09/14/2018 - 8:56am
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Today's cross country meet has been postponed due to the air quality.  We will keep you updated to when it will be rescheduled. 

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Cross Country Meet Today (09/14)

Spanish Fork High School News - Fri, 09/14/2018 - 8:03am
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The Cross Country Meet today (9/14) has been cancelled due to poor air quality.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Jump Rope Assembly

East Meadows Elementary News - Thu, 09/13/2018 - 2:41pm
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We had a great assembly today at East Meadows!

We had professional "jump ropers" come and talk to the students about being active and healthy. They also let them know that if they fall they can get back up and continue on! We want all of our students to be the best they can be!

We have awsome students here!

#runningahead #emmustangs #mustangpride

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

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Cub Tracks Contest

Canyon Elementary News - Thu, 09/13/2018 - 1:03pm
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This fall, students were given the opportunity to submit a design for our new Cub Tracks. At Canyon Elementary, staff can give Cub Tracks to recognize students for excellent behavior and being Cougar Cub Strong. These Cub Tracks are then entered into a weekly drawing for prizes. This year a contest was held to come up with a new design. Lydia Dauphinee and Launa Nielsen are amazing artists and won! The new designs have been printed and are currently being used to reward students.

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Riverview Elementary Weekly Newsletter

Riverview Elementary News - Thu, 09/13/2018 - 12:27pm
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Principal Moment

We all hit that point where we can’t figure out exactly what we really want to do with our lives.  My niece is at that stage in her life.  She recently told me she thinks she has definitely made up her mind…she wants to be a teacher.  A smile spread across my face when she told me what she is studying…”I’m thinking of going into teaching.”  It warms me up inside.  She wants to teach the little ones, maybe first or second.  Or maybe third.  She is not really sure.  Definitely the little ones.  Just like me.  She asked me why I decided to teach elementary.  I told her it is because they can’t drive yet.  I wanted to find a parking space.

Heads Up – ‘Did You Knows’ for Parents

Are you a new parent to Riverview Elementary?  Do you know what dismissal time looks like?  We need your help to keep the school and your children safe. EVERY child’s safety is important to us. It remains our highest priority to ensure that students enter and exit cars in a safe and organized way. We ask everyone to correctly follow our pick-up and drop-off procedures. Failure to do so creates chaos, frustration and unsafe conditions. Each family should discuss these loading and walking procedures. Thank you for your continuing support in making Riverview a safe environment for all.

General Precautions:

  • Be your child’s best example. Please be courteous and follow all safety guidelines at all times.
  • No arrivals prior to 8:00; front doors will be locked until 8:00 AM
  • Please DO NOT STOP in the left lanes of the loading zones. This is a very dangerous location in our parking lot.  No students permitted in parking lot without an accompanying adult.
  • Use crosswalks to cross streets and loading zone lanes.
  • Students are not to ride bikes on school sidewalks or crosswalks. 
  • Students are to use the yellow walking/bike path that is painted around the perimeter of the West Parking lot by the Kindergarten playground when leaving school at the end of the school day.  Students may not ride bikes or walk through the parking lot. 
  • Follow all directions from school safety personnel. They can see potential problems you may not.
  • Students are to be picked-up promptly at dismissal; 2:15 on Mondays, 3:00 Tuesday – Friday.

Dropping Off:

  • Pull your car as far forward into the loading zone as traffic allows. Drivers may drop-off students along entire length of Loading Zone.
  • Students can unload from PASSENGER SIDE of vehicle only. The driver should remain in the vehicle at all times and all driver side doors are to remain closed. No trunk unloading allowed in this zone.
  • Keep pulling forward and fill in all gaps in Loading Zone Lane.
  • Have all school materials including backpack and lunch ready before student exits vehicle.
  • Once your student has exited your vehicle you may exit the parking lot via the bypass lane to the driver’s left. This lane is for driving only — no loading, unloading or stopping at any time.

Picking up from School:

  • Pull your car as far forward into the loading zone as traffic allows. Student pick-up is available from Loading Zone Lane only.
  • Once your child has entered your car on passenger side of vehicle, please exit parking lot via bypass lane to driver’s left. This lane is for driving only — no loading, unloading or stopping at any time.

School News

Monday, September 17th, school will be dismissed at noon. Lunch will be served at 10:10 a.m. Buses will run normal routes.

PTA

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 http://riverviewramspta.blogspot.com/ and the PTA facebook at https://www.facebook.com/sfriverviewpta

Communication Options

Riverview School website http://riverview.nebo.edu/.

Riverview Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Riverview-Elementary-School-150164395051510/

Riverview Instagram https://www.instagram.com/riverviewelementary/

Have a great week.

Mrs. Angie Killian, Principal

Upcoming Events

  • September 17th – School dismissed at noon
  • September 18th – First SCC meeting 3:15-4:15
  • 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.

 

 

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Dance Camp 2018

Spanish Fork High School News - Thu, 09/13/2018 - 9:14am
Attributions: Kamarie McCandless

The SFHS Dance Company is excited to offer our Dance Camp for dancers ages 5-12 on October 1st-3rd with a performance at the SFHS JV football game on the 4th. Early bird registration is $30 per student with an additional $20 for siblings. After September 24th the price will be $35. Please check out our FaceBook Event with the link below and or our Online Registration with the link below. We hope to see your dancer come join the fun! FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/229264011074755/ Online Registration: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdX_Muw2Kel9qhK9Xjz6L1D4w_1Dw58rQxQNjhhX3zX2k0jKA/viewform

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Badger Day Blast at Snow College

Spanish Fork High School News - Thu, 09/13/2018 - 8:50am
Attributions: Leslie Swenson
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Learn about Snow college and ask questions at the Badger Day Blast tailgate party and BBQ. October 6, 2018. See attached PDF for more info.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Mr. Olsen Receives NEBO PEAK Award

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Thu, 09/13/2018 - 8:33am
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Nebo School District wants to showcase our Positive Energy and Kind employees. PEAK Awards are nominated by patrons and recognized by the Superintendent Staff and Nebo School Board of Education. Math teacher here at Diamond Fork, Mr. Dennis Olsen was the recipient of that award for the month of September. Here are a few things that our faculty said about Mr. Olsen, he is a fantastic educator and an even better person, congrats Mr. Olsen.

“Dennis is always lending a helping hand and ready to answer math questions. He is kind to everyone. Yesterday he helped me by putting things in my car. He often holds the door for students and teachers in the morning. Dennis is always in the hall during class breaks and is always willing to help students and teachers.” Ellen-Anita Olson

“Dennis always goes out of his way to make everyone feel special. He has true concern for students and teachers alike. A genuinely kind person!” James Clark

“Dennis certainly is one of the best people I’ve been able to work with! We can’t say enough good about him. He always makes his acts of kindness seem like no big deal.” He’s scraped off my windshield, carried things to my room for me, and let me borrow things from his classroom. He is so genuine and seems happy to help. I have also appreciated his thoughtful cookies and notes from time to time. Dennis is definitely a Diamond Fork Hero of the day, week, month... year.” Kelly Cole Taylor

“Dennis is one of the finest people I've ever met. When his name comes up in class, there is an instant positive response from students - he builds up everyone he's around. I have never found anyone (student, teacher, parent, or administrator) who didn't love Mr. Olsen. He shows the rest of us what's possible. Thank you Dennis.” Scott Buck

“Mr. Olsen truly is one of the kindest and most positive people I know. And I don't think there is a parent, student, teacher, or administrator that doesn't adore him.” Mandy Young

“Mr. Olsen is a great "Hall Buddy" and neighbor. He was one of the first people to make me feel welcome at Diamond Fork Jr. His cookies are a lifesaver!” Rebecca Antares

“Definitely the essence of a gentleman!!” Susane Anderson

“Dennis embodies what true gentlemen should be. He is always thoughtful. But, beware, when I least expect it, he will say something, and I giggle. I love that!”

“Thank you Dennis for all you do for our students and for us at DFJHS. You are AMAZING!” Leslie Parrott

“Dennis brought all my stuff home for me the day I had to do a long run training and run home from work. He is always smiling and owns the best ties in the world!” Maria Lewis

“I love Dennis! He is always positive. Seriously, no matter the topic, lunch detention, math lab, naughty kids, he is positive! He never asks for anything but he wants others to receive. His smile and wit brighten many of my days!” Brenda Burr

“Perhaps the kindest person I’ve ever met, after my mother.” Rhet Rowley

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Card-Making Club

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Thu, 09/13/2018 - 7:45am
Attributions: by Cora Hansen
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Looking for a new activity to try? You could try the new card-making club! Come meet new friends, have fun with old ones, and make beautiful, handmade cards for everyone. We meet every Monday after school and make two cards each week. This week we made a beautiful ombre one and a wonderful flowery one. It’s not too late to join, so come on and make some cards! If you’re interested, meet in the Lobo Den after school on Mondays. For more information contact Mrs. Green in room 34.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

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