Nebo School District Bond
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This election will use mail-in ballots. (Mailed to registered voters the week of October 16, 2018)
Kelly Mortensen, PTA Region X Director, presented a check to the Nebo School Board of Education this past month.
The check was written for $1,472,710. This number signifies the amount of money given through volunteer hours to local schools by the PTA. A total of 83,110 hours were given this past year in Nebo School District.
Coralee Olson is the Transportation Department’s latest "Outstanding Employee". Coralee was chosen by Cindi Ellis to acknowledge her excellent performance.
Nebo Transportation would like to congratulate Coralee Olson for being our Outstanding Employee for November.
Coralee is married to Bruce. She is a wonderful, dedicated mother of four children: Brenton, Kaitlyn, Jordan, and Breann. She has so much fun teaching her children and spending time with them. She loves to cook and enjoys stamping and scrapbooking.
Congratulations to Taylor Elementary School for donating 4,448 letters to the Macy's Believe: Make-A-Wish program this month! Students at the school worked hard in their classes writing letters to Santa asking what they wanted for Christmas or telling why they believe in the Christmas season. Along with Taylor School, these letters were featured on ABC 4's "Good Things Utah" on Friday December 10, 2010, showcasing the involvement Taylor Elementary has in the Make-A-WIsh foundation.
Keith Richards, a math teacher at Diamond Fork Junior High School in Spanish Fork, was surprised this past week by Horace Mann insurance agent, Craig Harvey. Another $250 will go to the school as part of the "Win $ Win" Sweepstakes.
How did Keith win the donation? Educators and other school employees across most of the United States could enter the "Win $ Win" Sweepstakes before November 11, 2010, with drawings held at scheduled dates in August, September, October and November 2010 for educators.
The Nebo School Board of Education enjoyed seeing the innovative ways that technology is being used in the classrooms of Nebo School District.
Janna Runolfson, first-grade teacher at Brockbank Elementary, shared various experiences that has truly helped her first-grade students improve their reading ability. She mentioned that teachers are always looking for new and innovative ways to teach students. Mrs. Runolfson learned that it is about the students and their thought process and skills.
Payson Junior High delighted the Nebo School Board of Education with their Jazz Band directed by Mrs. Connie Ericksen. They performed music from the selection of Glenn Miller – music popular in the1940's. Some of the pieces played included "My Dinner With Ronald", "American Patrol", and "Ain’t Got No Place to Go".
Principal Carl Swenson remarked about the music presentation, "Mrs. Ericksen directs her Jazz Band in class just as enthusiastic as she has here tonight."
The Jazz Band meets at 7:00 a.m. a couple of times each week.