Junior High Assistant Principals Appointed for 2012-13

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Nate Whitney – Diamond Fork Junior Assistant Principal
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Nate Whitney as the assistant principal of Diamond Fork Junior High School. Nate received his associate’s degree at Dixie College, his bachelor’s degrees in biology and Spanish, and his Master’s of Administration at Southern Utah University.

Administrative Appointments 2012-13

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Nebo School District is pleased to announce administrative assignments for the school year 2012-13. 

Sandra Jarvis – Human Resource Coordinator
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Sandra Jarvis as the Human Resource Coordinator for Nebo School District. Sandra received her Bachelor’s of Education and Master’s of Administration from Brigham Young University.

Classified Employees of the Year 2011-2012

Nebo Employee of the Year is Joy Maughan – Secretary Maple Mountain High

Joy Maughan – Secretary, Maple Mountain High
Joy is always the first person to arrive at school.  She always greets everyone with a big smile as they arrive, creating a friendly and caring atmosphere.  She makes everyone feel important--students, parents, faculty, delivery people, etc.  She is an excellent office manager and no task is too small or too large for her.  She is definitely a people pleaser.  Everyone loves Joy!

Region 10 PTA Awards

Celeste Gledhill, Mapleton Elementary Principal, Named PTA Golden Apple Outstanding Administrator for Region 10 of Utah. Region 10 includes Provo, Nebo, Tintic, and Juab School Districts.

Christy Nemelka, Mapleton PTA volunteer, Named PTA Golden Apple Outstanding Administrator for Region 10 of Utah. Region 10 includes Provo, Nebo, Tintic, and Juab School Districts.

Sheri Jensen, Mapleton Elementary Teacher, Named Golden Apple Outstanding Educator for the Springville/Mapleton Area.

Food Services Spring Fling

Attributions: 
Bill Vest

As part of the Food Services Spring Fling. Nebo Food Services honored five retirees, and awarded service pins for employees. There were 175 employees in attendance. All enjoyed a wonderful meal, rubbed shoulders together, and enjoyed each others company. Prizes were awarded to lucky recipients.

We appreciate all the years of service these wonderful employees have provided.

(Three Retirees not pictured: Sue Olsen, Pauline Edmunds, Bobbie Anderton)

 

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