Changes in the Nebo School Board of Education

A big change happened at the Nebo School Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, January 9, 2013. The 6:00 p.m. School Board meeting started with Rod Oldroyd expressing his gratitude for the School Board, employees, students, and patrons of Nebo School District. He said he was proud of being a part of the many accomplishments in the district over the past six years of his service.

Nebo School Board Meeting, Wednesday, January 9, 2013


One of the many highlights of the Nebo School Board of Education is listening and observing students and programs throughout the school district. Wednesday, junior high representatives met with the School Board for an hour discussing successes in their schools. Each of the representatives also learned best practices from each other to take back to their own schools. The School Board stated that they enjoy listening from students and hearing their perspective of education and their school.

Award Winning Photography from the Utah State Fair Opens at Hobble Creek Elementary


Mapleton — Hobble Creek Elementary presents, Prize Photography from the Utah State Fair, part of the Utah Arts & Museums’ Traveling Exhibition Program. Opening January 10, 2013 at Hobble Creek Elementary, the exhibit features the prize winners from the State Fair's annual photography competition.

Photography is fun! More people are enjoying the hobby and business of photography than ever before. Today it is possible to take and view instantly your work without having to wait for film to be processed.

Energy Specialists Employment Opportunities

Recently, Nebo School Board took proactive steps to reduce the amount of money we spend on utilities. Nebo is partnering with an energy conservation company, Cenergistic, formerly Energy Education. This firm earned the 2011 and 2012 ENERGY STAR Sustained Excellence Award from the United States Environmental Protection Agency and was named ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year for 2009 and 2010. For 26 years Cenergistic has helped school districts and other educational organizations nationwide reduce energy consumption, allowing funds to stay where we need them – in the classroom.