Nebo School District’s Hobble Creek Elementary hosted the Elementary Debate Tournament sponsored by the Utah High School Debate coaches Association. One hundred and thirty fifth- and sixth-grade students participated including students from Mapleton, Brockbank, Rees, and Hobble Creek Elementary Schools.
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ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE
BRIDGE AT US-6 & CENTER STREET TO CLOSE
APRIL 11, 2016
Beginning April 11, 2016 the bridge at US-6 and Center Street in Spanish Fork will close to all vehicle and pedestrian traffic for approximately 45 days.
Please plan accordingly when commuting and follow all posted detours.
Once a month deserving Springville students and their families fill the City Council Chambers as Mayor Wilford Clyde and the City Council present the Mayor’s Recognition Awards. Students are nominated from the community and recognized for their good works and outstanding character. This month Demmi Nava, Ethan Robertson and Carmen Payne were presented with the honor.
Haylee Johansen, program assistant at the Utah Education Network (UEN), surprised Eileen Quintana as one of Utah’s American Graduate Champions. Eileen Quintana is the program manager of the Nebo Title VII Education Program in Nebo School District. Eileen’s co-workers, family, Director J. Lynn Jones, and Superintendent Rick Nielsen were in attendance to congratulate Eileen on this prestigious award.
Remember to GO, be INVOLVED and VOTE in your caucus meetings on Tuesday, March 22.
As you are hopefully aware, political party precinct caucus meetings are being held this week. We strongly encourage every Nebo District employee to attend and participate in the precinct caucus of their party, including the opportunity to be a delegate. To my knowledge, you will need photo ID and need to arrive early enough to check in.
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, yet a substantial amount is available for the greatest need. Greatest need monies are considered for grants submitted by area schools.
Did you know cowboys think reading is important and that bullying is no good? The Champion Cowboys visited all the elementary schools in Spanish Fork and the junior high schools across Nebo School District entertaining with powerful messages. JJ Harrison, Joe Butler, Fiesta Days Rodeo Queens, Spanish Fork Police Officers, along with city officials delighted students in a robust reading assembly and "Don't be a Bull-y! Be a Champion!”