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February 2013

The Nebo Education Foundation - Answer to Wednesday's Challenge

Submitted by lana.hiskey on Thu, 02/28/2013 - 10:00am
The Current Nebo Education Foundation Board

The Nebo Education Foundation is composed of 20 volunteer board members who live in cities serviced by Nebo School District.  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. Many of the donations received are for selected projects or district-wide scholarships, yet a substantial amount is available for the greatest need.  Greatest need monies are considered for grants submitted by area schools.        

Salem Hills High Students Meet Governor Herbert - Answer to Wednesday’s Challenge.

Submitted by lana.hiskey on Wed, 02/27/2013 - 5:01pm
Governor Herbert with SHHS students

Salem Hills High’s (SHHS) political science students had the opportunity to meet Governor Herbert and visit with local Representatives and Senators. Mr. Jim Griffin, political science teacher, said that students learn how laws are made and that citizens can make a difference.

“The students come back more excited to stay current on local events and news. Some of these same students traveled to Closeup in the fall and learned how the Federal Government operates,” stated Mr. Griffin.

Nebo School Board Earns Top Honor

Submitted by lana.hiskey on Fri, 02/22/2013 - 8:58am
Attributions: 
Rick Ainge, Kristen Betts, Rod Oldroyd, Dean Rowley, Superintendent Rick Nielsen, K.L. Tischner, Christine Riley, & Randy Boothe

Last week, Governor Gary R. Herbert recognized the Nebo School Board of Education for its work in advancing its own collective knowledge and skills as the lead policy organization in the district. In addition, the Governor recognized individual board members for their own attainment of mastery of board principles through the Master Boards Award (MBA) program.  Recognized board members include: Dean Rowley, Rick Ainge, Christine Riley, Rod Oldroyd, Kristen Betts, Randy Boothe, K.L. Tischner, Superintendent Rick Nielsen, and Business Administrator Tracy Olsen.

Bodie Bradley and Russell Maughan Nebo's New Energy Specialists

Submitted by lana.hiskey on Tue, 02/19/2013 - 5:31pm
Attributions: 
Bodie Bradley and Russell Maughan, Nebo's New Energy Specialists

Nebo School District is pleased to announce that Bodie Bradley and Russell Maughan have been named our Energy Specialists to implement and manage our new energy conservation program. Many of you know Bodie and Russell and their passion for our school district. They are now focusing that passion to ensure that our energy program is successful in allowing us to redirect much needed funds back into our classrooms. Bodie and Russell have already started training and working with our energy conservation partner, Cenergistic.

Kimberly Bird - Nebo Athletic Hall of Fame

Submitted by lana.hiskey on Tue, 02/19/2013 - 5:26pm
Kimberly Bird's family and friends at induction into the Nebo Athletic Hall of Fame

This month, Kimberly Bird, a Springville High School athlete, was inducted into the Nebo Athletic Hall of Fame.

Kimberly played both sophomore and junior varsity basketball as a ninth grader. She received SHS Outstanding Player of the Year both as a sophomore and as a junior. As a sophomore, she won All Tournament player as well as All State honors. Her junior year, she won the Region 8 MVP of the Year award and the 3A Player of the Year. Also, she  played on the All-State tournament team.

Principal Penrod Selected Administrator of the Year by Utah Music Educators' Association

Submitted by lana.hiskey on Tue, 02/19/2013 - 4:43pm
Attributions: 
Dr. Samuel Tsugawa, UMEA President-Elect; Principal Penrod; Ellen Kirkbride, W. Div. Pres.; Dr. Donald Peterson, UMEA Pres.

John “Willie” Penrod, principal of Maple Mountain High, was selected as Administrator of the Year by the Utah Music Educators’ Association (UMEA) on February 1, 2013.

Principal Penrod was selected because of his outstanding leadership as he opened a new school four years ago. He led the entire school including music and all the fine arts with a secure and positive start.

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