Lost and Found

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 6:23pm

Our lost and found is overloaded with jackets and lunchboxes. These items will be donated to charity after school on Wednesday, October 17th. Please have your child check the lost and found for any missing items.

Smaller lost and found items such as glasses, hair bows, keys, earrings, neclaces, etc; can be found in the office lost and found. We do have car keys, house keys as well if any parents have lost their car keys or an extra set while visiting the school.

Fall Break

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 6:18pm

As a reminder, school will not be held Thursday, October 18th and Friday October, 19th for Fall Break. We will see you back on Monday, October 22nd.


PTA Fundraiser Winners!!

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 6:14pm

Sierra Bonita Families, You are amazing! You helped us raise $4,862.15. We are really grateful for your support and generosity. 
Mrs. Young's 2nd grade class won a limo ride and lunch with Mr. Andersen. Ms. Cope's 6th grade class won a pizza party and Ms. Matteis' 1st grade class won an ice cream treat.  As a schoolwide reward, we'll be taping Mr. Andersen to the wall during lunch time.  Thank you once again! We're excited to be able to make a significant donation to our school and to fund all the activities we have planned for this year. Sierra Bonita PTA


East Meadows Elementary News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 3:11pm
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Our Dare Officer, Officer Peterson was here and brought the K-9 Officer and his dog. They talked to the students about the important job the K-9 and his handler do for us.

The students were very interested and entertained by the K-9.

We appreciate all the time and effort our policemen put into our city and to make it safe and secure for us! They are awesome!

Thanks to Officer Peterson for all he does for our school!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Boston Massacre Reenactment

Brookside Elementary News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 3:07pm
Attributions: Mrs. Abby Haines
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In 5th grade social studies we've been learning about the Revolutionary War. Yesterday we were learning about the Boston Massacre where groups of colonists threw snowballs and rocks at British soldiers. We did a snowball activity where the students answered questions like "what do you do when you're upset" "How do you manage being upset" and "how did people during the revolutionary war manage being upset" and then got to throw their crumpled up paper across the room. We had a good discussion on how they managed their anger and how it affected the Revolutionary War.

#brooksidetigers #tigerpride #brooksidestudents #nebohero #NeboSchoolDistrict #studentsuccess #empowerstudents #engagestudents #focusonstudents #loveUTpublicschools #utpol #uted #ThankATeacher


Categories: Elementary, Springville

Kindergarten Visits Fire Station

Salem Elementary News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 2:04pm

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Kindergarteners visited Salem City Fire Station to learne about fire safety and how EMT's help us when we're injured.

Categories: Elementary, Salem

2018-2019 Student Council

Brookside Elementary News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 12:33pm
Attributions: Miss Kelly White
(more pictures available)

Our student council members attended a leadership conference at BYU on Monday! They listened to some inspiring speakers and learned leadership skills to bring back to Brookside this year. Some of these students’ favorite take-aways were: lead others with your heart and your brain, have a positive attitude, be inclusive, be kind, be more accepting, and have grit!

#brooksidetigers #tigerpride #brooksidestudents #nebohero #NeboSchoolDistrict #studentsuccess #empowerstudents #engagestudents #focusonstudents #loveUTpublicschools #utpol #uted #ThankATeacher


Categories: Elementary, Springville

Halloween Concert Anticipations

Payson High School News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 11:55am
Attributions: By Orrin Hapairai of The Lion's Roar Newspaper

The Students of the Payson High School Orchestras have some amazing songs to perform for their upcoming Halloween Concert on Oct. 23, 2018! Gentry Stickney, the orchestra director of all the orchestra groups, said, “We are playing a great mixture of classical pieces, songs from movies, and original works for this concert. For the Halloween concert, I try to keep a spooky and quirky theme going throughout the evening.”

Stickney continued, describing the pieces her beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes have worked so hard on. “The Concert strings will start off by playing a piece called Stargazer by Robert Buckley, followed by a classical number, Night On Bald Mountain, written by Russian composer, Modest Mussorgsky, as well as a moody piece by Adrian Gordon called Apocalypse. The Philharmonic orchestra will be playing two pieces. One is from the Tim Burton film The Nightmare Before Christmas called This is Halloween. Their second piece is the classic by Edvard Grieg, In the Hall of the Mountain King. Chamber, the auditioned group will be playing a wide variety of pieces to show off their skills and versatility. They will perform two intense classical pieces. The first will be a rock version of Toccata and Fugue by J.S. Bach which will feature soloists on electric instruments. We will then be performing Giuseppe Verdi's Day of Wrath. The group will then take it down a notch with a beautiful medley from the 90's film, Edward Scissorhands, and finish off with a wild piece called Swamp Thang by Richard Meyer.

To end the night, all the orchestras will join together on stage with the advanced orchestra from Mt. Nebo Junior High to perform Michael Jackson's Halloween classic, Thriller. It will be an impressive display as we will have nearly 100 students performing on stage at once.”

When Stickney was asked how excited she was for the concert, she said, “I am incredibly excited for our first concert of the year. It will be a fun-filled night and the students have worked so hard. I love the Halloween concert because it is a great opportunity for the musicians and the audience to realize that there is exciting and beautiful music across all genres. It's going to be a party. ” In other words, come enjoy the music and show some support for the students of the Payson High School Orchestras as they perform their awesome pieces.


Categories: Payson, Secondary

October 2018 SEP Sign-Ups

Wilson Elementary News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 11:53am

Tursday October 25th  is our first  SEP Conference of the year! We are looking forward to talking with you about your child, celebrating their accomplishments, and making goals to help them progress. Please sign up for a time to meet with your child's teacher. Kidergarten, 3rd , and 4th grade will have multiple days to choose from.  We can't wait to see you!

 *Note: If you would like to sign up via a mobile device, you cannot edit it without the Google Sheets app (which is a free download).

 SEP Conference Sign-up Sheet


 *Note: If you would like to sign up via a mobile device, you cannot edit it without the Google Sheets app (which is a free download).

1. Click on the Google Doc link.

2. In the top right corner is an edit button (looks like a pencil). Click on it.

3. A message will pop up with a button that says "USE THE APP." Click on it, and it will take you directly to the Google Sheets app at the app store.

4. Download the app. Once that is done, you can edit the Google Doc.

Categories: Elementary, Payson

Spartan Summit Award

Salem Junior High School News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 11:27am

Have you heard about the Spartan Summit Reading Award at Salem Jr High School? Any Spartan can earn this award by completing the requirements-- including students, parents, and teachers. Items will be checked off by various teachers as items are completed. The deadline to complete the requirements is March 3rd.

Check out the requirements here or under the information link the left.

Categories: Salem, Secondary

Book Fair

Mapleton Elementary News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 11:08am

Fall Book Fair!!

Join us for an “Enchanting” time at our Fall Book Fair!

We will also be holding our first annual

Family Night

Wednesday, October 24th

6:00-7:00 p.m.

*Story Time     *Photo Booth    *Puppet Contest Winners    *Refreshements

Hope to see you all There!! 

Categories: Elementary, Mapleton

Angst Movie

Payson Junior High School News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 9:31am

PHS will be featuring a movie dealing with anxiety on October 29th at 6:00 in the auditorium. Check the link for more information. https://angstmovie.com/

Categories: Payson, Secondary

What we're Learning: English

Landmark High School News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 8:52am

Recently in Elinda's English classes, students used children's books to review parts of a story before analyzing story lines in movies.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Stained Glass Windows Help Students Make Historical Connections

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 6:02am
Attributions: picture and story by Shea Harmer

Eight-grade US History classes recently went to UVU and saw the Roots of Knowledge exhibit. 

The exhibit includes numerous stained-glass windows featuring important events, places, people, throughout history.  The windows convey how these historical elements have influenced our education, knowledge, and learning. 

Students were able to look through the windows and make connections to what they having been learning in class as well as understand how knowledge throughout history influences their daily lives today and into the future.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Sophomore/Freshman Lady Dons Soccer Team Season Highlight –

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 6:00am
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The Sophomore/Freshman Lady Dons soccer team consisted of 25 players - 12 of which were Freshmen from Spanish Fork Junior High: Ally Jones, Ashley Olsen, Bailey Pierce, Brooklyn Weight, Camryn Marshall, Delaney Hicks, Kate Fallon, Kaydenz Critchlow, Lucy Sloan, Miriam Pendleton, Julia Vasquez, and Olivia Irvine. Each of these girls brought unique talent and a positive attitude to the Lady Don’s Soccer Team. Our Season ended this past week with the conclusion of 8 wins and 5 losses. It was a very successful season for the team as well as the improvement of personal skill development.

The Lady Dons played a variety of different teams and even played some teams twice. Our games against Maple Mt., Salem Hills, and Wasatch were competitive and unpredictable of which team would come out with the win. We were asked by a few different schools if our Sophomore/Freshman team would play their JV teams such as ALA, Juab, and Waterford. We even played Alta who is a 5A school and won – at half time we were down 1-3, in the second half the Lady Dons fought hard for the win with the score finishing 5-3! 

The coaches couldn’t have asked for a better group of girls to work with. Some of these Freshmen played on the JV team and some even received playing time on the varsity team. These 12 girls are very talented and possess a great amount of potential that will be exciting to watch develop over the next 3 years. As long as these girls continue to work as a team, continue to be positive on and off the bench, and work hard to improve individual skill at practice, they will bring to the Lady Dons Soccer Team next year and in the years to come. They have set a great standard for next year’s incoming freshmen. 

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Playing with Economics

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 5:58am
Attributions: story and pictures by Lois Terry
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Utilizing a spirited game of “Rock, Paper, Scissors”, Ms. Terry’s 9th grade Geography classes learned about three different economic systems used in the world.  

Students were given “money” whose individual value equaled 1 M&M.  With this “money”, they competed in various games of “Rock, Paper, Scissors” following the economic rules of the various economic systems they had previously studied.  

The students had a good time competing against each other and even Mr. Larsen, our Administrative intern, joined in. Students were able to see how each system differed from each other and got a personal glimpse of how the economic systems of Capitalism, Socialism, and Communism work.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Brockbank Bulletin

Brockbank Elementary News - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 10:53pm

Hello, Brockbank Families!

We have a short, but fun-filled week this week!  We know our students will enjoy it!

Fun Run Fundraiser:  This Wednesday, October 17th will be our FUN RUN! Mr. Clark has been busy painting the course and we are ready to run!   We will plan on 9:00 am for the am kindergarten, then 1:15-2:45 for the rest of the school!  You can either pledge by the lap, or just a flat pledge for our school.  The money that comes in from our fundraiser will go towards technology, books, and specialized classroom supplies.  As always, we do not want our students going door-to-door, but we do encourage our students contacting family and close friends.  Parents are welcome to come during the Fun Run hours and walk/jog the course along with your child.  We will have plenty of water and snacks for our students while they are jogging/walking. 

Book Fair:  Our PTA Book Fair will begin with a fun “Family Event”, that is scheduled for October 17th!  It will begin at 7:30 am and will be in the lunchroom.  Families are welcome to come and enjoy a doughnut and milk, then browse through the Book Fair!                                                               

Fall Break: Our Fall Break will be October 18th and 19th.  We hope you are able to do something fun with family and friends!

SEP Conferences:  Our first SEP Conference will be held Thursday, October 25th!  We are excited to celebrate your child and the good work that he/she is doing!  OUR SIGN-UPS FOR SEP CONFERENCES ARE NOW AVAILABLE.  Parents can go to the school website, brockbank.nebo.edu,   where there will be a link for parents to sign up for conferences.  THESE LINKS WILL BE TAKEN OFF THE WEBSITE BY MONDAY, OCTOBER 22nd.  YOU WILL NEED TO CALL THE OFFICE TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT AFTER THAT.

Bond Election:  We want to refer you to the district website to learn more about the upcoming bond election!  www.nebo.edu/bond2018 has information that will help you learn and understand more about this important issue!  We have information in our office about the bond and hope that you are registered to vote in the election coming up in November.

School Improvement Plan:  I would like to invite you to read the attached document that explains our School Improvement Plan, the School Community Council, our Land Trust funding, and our Final Report for last year.  We invite anyone who is interested to come to our School Community Council meetings.  Please go to our website for more information.

Please keep collecting your Box Tops!        

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:

10/15- Student Council Camp

10/16-Picture Retakes/1st Grade Field Trip-Cornbelly’s/Mrs. Dimond’s class Field Trip

10/17-Book Fair Event-7:30-8:30 am/FUN RUN Fundraiser

10/18&19-Fall Break

10/17 & 22-25-Book Fair

10/22-3rd Grade Field Trip

10/25-SEP Conferences-sign ups are now on the school website.  The links will be gone on Monday, October 22nd.

10/30-PTA Mtg.-2:00

11/9-Veterans Assembly-10:50

11/13-4th Grade Program-6:00 pm

11/14-5th Grade Wax Museum-6:00 pm

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Principal Found Taped to the Wall!

Westside Elementary News - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 7:29pm
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Our fearless Principal was duct taped to the wall today because our school reached our fundraising goal! Students (and teachers) really enjoyed being a part of this event. Thanks for being a good sport, Mrs. Pruitt!


#westsidewildcats #beyourbest #wehavethebestprincipal #neboschooldistrict #nebohero 

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Riverview Elementary Weekly Newsletter

Riverview Elementary News - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 7:01pm

Principal Moment

Elementary school teachers are master code breakers.  As a matter of fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if the guy who figured out the hieroglyphic mystery on the Rosetta stone wasn’t at one time an elementary school teacher. 

Kids spelling mistakes never change: they will be thay, grandpa will be grampa, different will be difrent, every will be evry, any will be ene, and bow and arrow will be bowenairo.  In December, ornaments will be ordamnts.  Santa’s name can give kids trouble, too.   Children write about going to the mall and sitting on “Satan’s lap.”

Over the years teachers encounter pretty much every misspelling imaginable.  We read littel, speshl, butaful, grat, frist, rember, probly, and whith so many times that the misspelled versions begin to look correct.  Kids keep me entertained with their spelling.  I once had a student give me a love letter that read: “Mrs. Killian you are the beast!” Another was a card written to me many years ago before I left for maternity leave: “I am sad you r living.” 

Chalk-Walk FUNdraiser-Tuesday, October 16th

Tomorrow is our FUNdraiser.  Looks like the weather will cooperate; the temperature is to be 59 degrees and sunny. 

FAQ’S of a Chalk Walk

  1. What is a Chalk Walk? During each lap, the walkers will be celebrated with a splash of color (colored cornstarch which is 100% non-toxic and completely biodegradable).  The colors will be released from squeeze bottles managed by teachers and parent volunteers.
  2. How does this help Riverview Elementary? The Color Walk will raise money through sponsored pledges and laps walked.  In other words, the students are actively earning money for our school!  We are working towards purchasing chromebooks.  
  3.  Where will this take place and what will it look like? The track will be set upon the grass behind Riverview Elementary.  All grades will walk concurrently.  There will be music on site.  Additionally, water will be provided during the walk.
  4. How can I help? In addition to assisting your student(s) with pledges, you can sign up to volunteer or come and walk.  Cheer on the kids on the day of the walk or participate with us on Tuesday, October 16th from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  5. What if I’m concerned about the powder getting into the eyes, nose and throat of my child? Participants are welcome to bring bandanas or even dust masks.  We will guide our volunteers to aim below the neck.  Keep in mind that this is a kid-friendly event; the volume of color will be appropriate for fun, not overwhelming or scary.  If a student does not want to participate in the color element of the walk, that child is invited to walk on the inside of the track. 
  6. How permanent is the color, and how should I prepare? Participants should wear OLD white t-shirts, socks, shorts and shoes.  The color should mostly wash out of any item worn.  Of course, if your child wants to keep the colored t-shirt as a souvenir of the event, spray the colors with vinegar and iron it prior to washing.  Participants should also bring a towel or large garbage bag to protect the inside of a car or bus.

Funds raised at this event will go towards:

  • Mobile Chromebook carts: Currently each student in grades 4th – 6th has daily access to a Chromebook.  This year we would like to purchase labs for each 3rd and 2nd grade classroom.  Each lab is approximately $9,500; which includes 36 Chromebooks + 36 slot charging cart.
  • What will students and teachers do if everyone has a device? With the help of 1:1, teachers are more able to differentiate instruction; using both face to face and online instruction.

The walkathon represents all that is really great about Riverview.  Because all are participating, our students can be proud to contribute directly and individually to the school.  On this one day in October, we will come together to support and celebrate our kids. 

Families can come “set up camp” on the grass field and on locations along the course.  Plan to bring folding chairs or a blanket or old clothes and your walking shoes, depending on if you want to walk with us or watch.  No bicycles or pets. 

PTA Sponsored Events

Thank you, PTA, for a great Red/Green Ribbon Week!

Reflections Contest – Entries due Oct. 21st.

The  PTA presents the “Reflections” contest.  Express yourself through art; Literature, Visual Arts, Dance, 3-D Art, and Photography.   The 2018-2019 Theme:  “Heroes Around Us.”  Have students pick up an entry form from their teacher or at the office.  

PTA Bookfair – October 22nd – 26th

The bookfair will be open each morning from 8:00-8:45 AM., during lunch, and after school.  

PTA Dad’s and Doughnuts – Tuesday, October 23rd @ 8:00 AM

Calling all dads, grandpas, and uncles!  Take a break from your usual morning routine and join us for doughnuts.

PTA Bookfair Family Night – Thursday, October 25th

After visiting with your child(s) teacher at SEP conferences, stop by the gym for family night!  The bookfair will be open until 8:00 PM. 

Riverview Elementary Safety Concerns

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 8:00AM. No supervision is provided.
  • 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 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. 

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. Do not exit your vehicle and enter the building from the loading zone; please park in a stall if you are going to enter the building.
  • 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.
  • No cell phone use while waiting for your child.
  • 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.

Riverview Afterschool Clubs

Riverview Afterschool program is excited to announce the Winter 2018 program.  Registration will be online Tuesday Oct. 23, at 8:00 a.m. www.riverview.edu under parents tab and click SIGN UP GENUIS.  All information including schedules, club descriptions, registration forms, and waivers will be on the website.  Every student participating must fill out a registration form and waiver. 

Fees for Riverview Afterschool will be $20 per club.  Students may sign up for as many clubs as they would like.  Fees will be paid in the office cash or check only. Students will receive healthy snacks, prevention lessons, physical activities including movement games, and one hour of instruction and activities during club time. If you would like to make payment arrangements or have any questions please contact RaeAnn Nelson at raeann.nelson@nebo.edu.

For the past nine years Riverview has received federal funding. This year the only schools who received funding were Title One schools.  Currently, Riverview does not qualify for any funding. Riverview has the largest Afterschool program in the state of Utah. WE NEED YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT, we want to continue this great program.

An early morning club will be available every day at no charge from 8:00 to 8:45 a.m. School doors will be unlocked at 8:00 a.m. for morning club only. This is a club for students who would like extra homework or reading help.  It is also available for parents who need to leave early for work and want a safe place for their students to be before school begins.  Mr. Teuscher a certified teacher, will provide the morning club instruction.  You must register your student for this club on the website.

Afterschool Session 2 will begin on Oct 29 and go through Dec. 13th.  No Clubs will be held on Oct. 31 or Nov. 21, 22, 23   Monday clubs will be held 2:15-3:45, Tue.-Fri. clubs will be held 3:00-4:30.



Communication Options

Upcoming Events

  • October 16th – Assembly; Vocal Dimension, Chalk Walk from 1:30-3:00; SCC at 3:15 pm.
  • October 18th & 19th – Fall Break; No School
  • October 22nd – Reflection entries due & Book Fair Week
  • October 23rd- Dads and Doughnuts @ 8:00 AM & Picture Make-up Day
  • October 24th & 25th – SEP Conferences
  • October 25th – PTA family night at bookfair until 8:00 PM
  • October 31st – Halloween Parade at 9:00 AM

Thank you,

Mrs. Angie Killian

Principal, Riverview Elementary














Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

LOBO UPDATE 10/15/18

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 4:03pm

Parents, Students, and Friends -


When we USE MISTAKES AS A LEARNING OPPORTUNITY TO GROW AND IMPROVE. This is part of FORGIVE AND ACCEPT, the third part of our school’s vision. Everybody fails. What have you tried and failed at that helped you improve?  Come to the office and share your experience with Mr. Christensen, Mrs. LeMmon, or Mr. Mortensen for a small treat!


We are looking for Career Presenters during Pack Time.  Students with no deficient grades have a choice of enrichment activities.  We would like to have one of those enrichment choices be a career presentation to help students be aware of the many career choices they have and be more informed as they make career choices.

The time is 9:35 to 10:05 Tuesday through Friday.  If you would be willing to present please contact Travis Palfreyman: travis.palfreyman@nebo.edu


The Lobo Golf Team won first place in the Nebo District Tournament last week! The foursome who competed for the championship included Jackson Rhees, Bryce Bingham, Seth Argyle, and Oakland Thatcher. The entire team was comprised of these four and Kason Dart, Will Blackhurst, Landon Johns, Kimball Johnson, Kennedy Christensen, and Katelin Bingham. Congratulations to the team for a great job!


Girls basketball intramurals start on Tuesday and Wednesday at 2:45 and will go for one hour. They will continue after fall break on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Contact Coach Harmer with questions.


Every year, SFJHS honors our veterans by posting photos of those who serve or have served our country, whether in uniform or not. If you have a family member you would like to share with our school, please bring in a photo or email one to becky.provstgaard@nebo.edu as soon as possible.


Wrestling season will begin at the end of October. An information meeting will be held for anyone that is interested in wrestling on Wednesday, October 17th at 2:50 in Mr. Youd's classroom, Room #7.


NJHS is looking for your generous donation of socks! Sock boxes are located in the Library and the office.  Each pair of NEW socks donated goes towards a chance to win a prize or a new pair of crazy socks displayed in the office. Learn more at the official website.

Students can, "Share a Pair," and "Rock their Socks," every Wednesday.

           October 17th wear Mis-matched Socks

           October 24th wear Socks with Sandals

           October 31st  wear Spooky/Halloween socks

Link to the school calendar for these and other important school dates at http://sfjhs.nebo.edu/content/school-calendar-0

Remember that even the smallest acts of love, like donating a pair of socks, can make a big difference in the lives of those in need!


Lights On is the only nationwide event celebrating after school programs and their important role in the lives of children, families, and communities. Lights On is designed to draw attention to the many ways afterschool programs support students by offering them opportunities to learn new things—such as science, community service, robotics, Tae Kwon Do and poetry, among others—and discover new skills. The events send a powerful message that millions more kids need quality afterschool programs.

Nebo School District is sponsoring its own Lights On event on OCTOBER 29, 2018 at 6:00PM at the ALC Building, 161 E 400 N in Salem. There will be lots of fun, games, and activities!


Oct 16th: Band Field Trip to BYU 12:55pm - 8:00pm

Oct 17th:  Socktober-crazy sock day

Oct 18th: Fall Break

Oct 19th: Fall Break

Oct 23rd: Orchestra Concert on Tuesday, Oct 23 at Spanish Fork High School! Beginning and Intermediate Orchestras perform at 6:30 p.m. Advanced orchestra performs at 7:30 p.m.


Thank you for your interest in being part of the Spanish Fork Jr. High Basketball Team.  Being a member of this team requires a serious commitment of both time and effort. Those who make the team will be required to attend practices and games every night after school for two to three hours.  The basketball season will begin the first full week of November and continue through the first week of February. If you make the team you will be expected to be at every practice and game. If you are not able to make this commitment, please do not try out.

In most cases, the Spanish Fork Jr. High Basketball Team follows the rules and regulations as outlined by the Utah High School Athletic Association.

Please read carefully the following rule regarding physical exams.

Utah High School Athletic Association new rule:

Physical exams are required before you will be allowed to try out.  If you do not have a physical exam turned into Coach Carlson before tryouts begin, you will not be allowed to try out.  No exceptions. The papers that need to be filled out by your doctor can be found at the following link http://sfjhs.nebo.edu/Athletics

The only form that needs to be filled out is the Pre-Participation Exam Form.  If you make the team you will be expected to fill out the other forms.


Utah High School Athletic Association states that a player on a sports team will maintain at least a 2.0 grade point average and have no more than one F to be able to participate.  Please work hard and keep your grades up.


Tryouts will begin on Monday Nov. 5th immediately after school in the boys gym and will continue every night until the team has been selected.  Please do not schedule anything at this time. You will need to be at tryouts.

I look forward to another awesome basketball season.  If you have any questions please contact me at alec.carlson@nebo.edu

Thank you, Coach Carlson

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork