Educators Lobby for Continued Afterschool Programs

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Nebo educators met with the Utah Senate to lobby for continued funding for afterschool programs. Nebo currently has 1,260 students participating and each program provides 11 hours each week. Each day, 280 Nebo students are taking advantage of inspiring after school instruction and activities.

Thank you RaeAnn Nelson, Trevor Nelson, JoAnn Tuttle, Lisa Olsen, Landen Olsen, and Callie for taking the initiative and being Nebo Heros.

#nebohero #studentsuccess #empowerstudents #engagestudents #focusonstudents #loveUTpublicschools #utpol #uted #afterschoolprograms

Nebo School District Area Annual Chess Tournament 2018 - Answer to Wednesday Challenge

Attributions: 
Julia Murray & Mary Lynn Lewis

The seventh annual Art City Chess tournament was held on Saturday January 27th at Art City Elementary School in Springville, Utah. There were 17 Nebo Elementary Schools, three charter schools and five homeschool students for a total of 120 students that participated in the tournament and about 250 supporters to cheer them on.  We want to thank all those who helped in any way to make this tournament a success.  The results of the tournament are as follows:

School Placement

Jesse Sorenson – Payson Junior High Principal

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Lana Hiskey

Jesse Sorenson – Payson Junior High Principal
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Jesse Sorenson as Principal of Payson Junior High School Principal in Nebo School District.

Mr. Sorenson earned his bachelor’s degree in English Education from Utah Valley University and his master’s degree in Education Administration from Southern Utah University.

Kevin Mecham – Payson High Assistant Principal

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Kevin Mecham – Payson High Assistant Principal
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Kevin Mecham as Assistant Principal of Payson High School in Nebo School District.

Mr. Mecham received his master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Brigham Young University (BYU), and his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics Education from BYU in 2002. Also, he was selected as the Leadership Preparation Program (LPP) recipient.

Terry Krieger-James – Salem Junior High Assistant Principal

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Lana Hiskey

Terry Krieger-James – Salem Junior High Assistant Principal
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Terry Krieger-James as Assistant Principal of Salem Junior High School in Nebo School District.

Mrs. Krieger-James earned her bachelor’s degree in English Education from Brigham Young University and her master’s degree in Education Administration from Southern Utah University.

Jason Beardall – Springville High Assistant Principal

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Jason Beardall – Springville High Assistant Principal
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Jason Beardall as Assistant Principal of Springville High School in Nebo School District.

Mr. Beardall earned his bachelor’s degree in Health Education from Utah Valley University and his master’s degree in Education Administration from Southern Utah University.

Chad Argyle – Apple Valley Elementary Principal

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Chad Argyle – Apple Valley Elementary Principal
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Chad Argyle as the Principal of Apple Valley Elementary School in Santaquin for Nebo School District.

Mr. Argyle earned his bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Weber State University and his master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Brigham Young University.

Ien Richins – Santaquin Elementary Principal

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Ien Richins – Santaquin Elementary Principal
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Ien Richins as the Principal of Santaquin Elementary in Nebo School District.

Mr. Richins earned his bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Utah Valley University and his master’s degree in Education Administration from Southern Utah University.

Mr. Richins served as the Title I Coordinator at Taylor Elementary for the past two years. He taught fifth grade at Spring Lake for one year and fifth grade at Taylor Elementary for six years.

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