Ginger Hansen, Hobble Creek Elementary, was honored as the Utah Distinguished Mentor in Teacher Education by the Utah Association of Teacher Educators (UATE). This award recognizes and honors school-based educators mentoring new teachers.
MMHS choirs and orchestra successfully auditioned for a unique opportunity to offer a solo performance in Carnegie Hall. The preparations for such an experience has tangibly enhanced MMHS’s curriculum this year.
Springville High School has a new kind of team on the field; a particle physics team. Called the 5 Sigma Project, the team was formed to submit an experiment to CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research in Geneva, Switzerland.
In February, JoAnn Tuttle received the 2015-16 Outstanding Administrator of the Year award from the UACTE Administrative Division. She also was chosen as the Administrator of the Year by the Work-Based Learning Association.
Nebo student, Sarah Larsen, a junior at MMHS, was awarded the Juror's Choice Award in the All-State High School Visual Arts at the Utah State Capitol this week. There were almost 1,000 entries submitted, and 328 accepted into the show. Of those 328, only 5 received Juror's Choice Awards.
Nebo School District is proud of Spanish Fork Junior's orchestra program, Angela Harman, and students for winning the "Give A Note" and Disney Music in our School Tour challenge. Radio Disney's Brooke Taylor, surprised the junior high and Mrs. Harmon on Friday, February 19.
Nebo high school student leaders look forward to meeting with Superintendent Rick Nielsen every couple of months to address their concerns and expound on their successes. When asked about the meeting, Superintendent Rick Nielsen said, “Focusing on students is what we are all about.”