This is my first year working at Diamond Fork Jr. High and I am thrilled to be here! I am currently a graduate student at the U of U working to earn a Master's degree in School Counseling and I will graduate in April 2019. Some of my favorite things to do are hiking, baking, and playing board games. I was able to have several adventures this summer but the one that I enjoyed the most was attending the Shakespeare Festival down in Cedar City. I am so excited to get to know everyone at DFJHS this year!
I've enjoyed teaching for 31 years in Nebo School District at both Payson Jr and at Springville High. I decided retirement would be more fun exploring science with Diamondback students so... I'm back! I like to rack up the miles road cycling, relax on a mountain stream fly fishing, gaze at the heavens through my telescope, and explore the nature of our great outdoors.
My name is Hailey Neumiller and I will be teaching 9th grade biology and 7th grade science this year! I just graduated from BYU in April and I am so excited to share my passion for the study of life! I am originally from Star, Idaho so I grew up playing outside with my 3 younger sisters and farming potatoes (just kidding, we could barely keep our garden alive). I love animals and my family had 2 cats, a chihuahua and a rabbit, as well as periodic squirrels - long story. I learned how to ski when I was 2 years old and I haven't missed a season since. I also enjoy mountain biking, hiking, and watching movies. My favorite movies are Harry Potter and Star Wars and I am always up for a trivia challenge! Science has always been my favorite subject in school and I knew I would do something biology related when I grew up, but I didn't realize I wanted to teach until a year into college. While I love the idea of researching and making discoveries, I also truly enjoy just sharing the things I know and helping others understand and like science themselves. My goal as a teacher is to help my students learn how to ask good questions and not be afraid to find the answers on their own. I hope that kids leave my class with a greater appreciation for science and a desire to take their education into their own hands!
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All parents and students are welcome to attend the Diamond Fork annual Meet and Greet Day from 3: 00 pm to 5:00 pm on August 20th, the day before school starts. Teachers will be in there classrooms to say, "Hello." Students can walk through their schedules, ask questions, try lockers, etc. Hope to see you there! It's a great day to be a Diamondback!
All Diamond Fork incoming 7th Graders are invited to attend 7th Grade Day from 8am to 10:45am on Monday, August 20th, the day before the first day of school. Bus students may ride the bus this day. Information on bus routes can be found at this link. http://www.infofinderi.com/tfi/address.aspx?cid=NSD4K2L8WGYX
Students will go to each class on their schedule and learn about lockers, lunch, activities, and much more! We have a welcome gift for each student. It's a great day to be a Diamondback!
Registration fees may be paid online starting August 1st. Simply click on the "Registration" tab at the top of our school website. If you would like to do the walk-in registration or pay fee waivers in our school front office that also starts on August 1st and goes through August 8th. Our office hours are 8 am to 3:00 pm
Library open from 9 am - 1:00 pm each of those days.
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