The Cherry Creek Elementary teachers and staff are holding a retirement open house for Mark Balzotti Wednesday May 9th 5-7 p.m. All current and former students, teachers and administrators are invited.
Nebo’s green houses are well on their way.
Landmark’s greenhouse is full, and the night class has been a huge success. The students are planting for local businesses and even the cities.
Springville High has over 100 hanging baskets complete with thousands of bedding plants well on their way.
Salem Hills High transplanted over 3,000 seedlings on a month ago. The gemination trays look great and will have enough plants to fill their house too.
If you get a chance, go take a look. Great things are happening in Nebo School District!
Nebo Junior High Jazz Bands from Mapleton, Diamond Fork, Spanish Fork, Mt. Nebo, and Payson Junior High Schools presented well-rehearsed performances. The adjudicator for the event was Todd Halverson from Alpine District. Mr. Halverson provided written evaluations and mini-clinics for each participating school.
Julie Christofferson, Nebo’s Fine Arts Specialist, said, “It was a great festival, and I was amazed at the quality of our Junior High Bands!”
Marsha Steggell has been nominated by Jean Taylor as our newest Outstanding Employee for March 2012.
Marsha started driving bus in 1980. She always makes sure the bus and children are safe. Marsha has used her emergency skills to help children with emergency medical issues. She has even used those skills with people in the community.
Marsha is a Driver Trainer and teaches Inservice and First Aid to existing drivers and new drivers. She makes training a fun learning process. Jean Taylor said, “We have learned lots from Marsha!”
Nebo Education Foundation Gives Grants in March
Nebo Education Foundation board members meet each month to review and award grant requests, consider fund-raising avenues, and other items that advance the educational opportunities for Nebo School District students. The Nebo Education Foundation functions through generous donations made by individuals and businesses.
Congratulations to the following teachers that continue to inspire the minds of students.
Daryl Fluckiger – Wilson Principal
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Daryl Fluckiger as the principal for Wilson Elementary. Daryl received his Bachelor’s of Education from Brigham Young University Idaho and his Master’s of Educational Leadership from Brigham Young University. He has worked in Nebo School District for four years and in another district for two years.
Chris Loveless – Payson High Assistant Principal
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Chris Loveless as the assistant principal of Payson High School. Chris received his bachelor’s degree in business and marketing from Utah Valley University and his Master’s of Administration from Southern Utah University.
Mr. Loveless has worked for Nebo District for nine years as a Career Technology Education teacher. He has taught business, marketing, multimedia, and driver’s education for over eight years. He is the advisor for the DECA, a business club.