Nebo Academic All-State 2018-2019 Fall Sports
Student athletes in Nebo School District were recognized for their academic excellence as well as their athletic accomplishments for the 2018-19 Fall Sports season.
The Academic All-State award, presented by the Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA), is given to high school senior athletes for their accomplishments in the class room as well as in their given sport. The Academic All-State award is the most prestigious academic honor that a high school senior can receive from the UHSAA.
Nebo School District’s nurses celebrated World Diabetes Day on November 14. The nurses wore blue to bring diabetes awareness to the community and advocate for improved diabetes healthcare.
Thank you to our Nebo nurses for providing quality healthcare to our Nebo students and families.
Photo: Mimi Webb, Kelsey Gardner, Tylene Shelley, Lenay Porter, Alicia Milberger, Diane Cooper, Laurie Kay and Stacy Duncan
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Students at Park Elementary presented and performed at Nebo School District’s November Board Meeting.
Student leaders at Park Elementary warmly welcomed attendees to Nebo’s Board Meeting, led audience members in the Pledge of Allegiance, introduced their school, and presented on how WIGs, Wildly Important Goals, have helped them achieve success.
Nebo’s Payson High Hosts College Application Week and Financial Aid Night
As part of Utah College Application Week (UCAW), Payson High School hosted a College and Financial Aid Night on Thursday, November 15th. The goal of UCAW is to provide every high school senior the opportunity to complete at least one college or university application during the school day, with a particular focus on students who would be the first in their families to attend college, low-income students, or students who may not have otherwise considered applying.
Congratulations to our Nebo State Champions Springville Girls' Cross Country Team and Grant Gardner Boys' 3 Mile 5A State Champion
Girls’ Cross Country State Champions—Springville High School
Head – Sam Smith
The Nebo Education Foundation meets each month at 7:00 a.m. to discuss submitted educational grant proposals for students in Nebo School District. One of the goals of the foundation is to fund worthwhile projects in the district that provide resources to enrich student learning. The foundation functions through generous donations made by individuals and businesses as well as fundraisers where all the money goes to educate students in Nebo School District. Thank you to all those that so generously supported Nebo students through donations.
November 2018 Nebo PEAK Award Winners
THE PEAK AWARD CUSTOMER SERVICE PROGRAM
Nebo School District wants to showcase our Positive Energy and Kind employees. PEAK Awards are nominated by patrons and recognized by the Superintendent Staff and Nebo School Board of Education. The award is administered by the Communications and Community Relations Department.
Nebo schools and students celebrating all our many heroic veterans. Spanish Fork Junior even had Governor Gary Herbert come and speak to the students in a patriotic assembly.
Veteran’s Day is a day for us all to honor all those brave men and women who have served and are serving our country with bravery, dedication, and sacrifice. Thank you veterans for your service that we may all live in a free country and have a right to a free public education.
Thank you to all our military personnel for the sacrifices you make for our freedom!
Kallie Jensen was born on August 26, 2003. She is 15 years old. Kallie was diagnosed with a rare form of soft tissue cancer called myxofibrosarcoma in her right jaw two weeks before her 11th birthday.
Because Kallie’s tumor was so big, she had a tracheotomy and a feeding tube placed. She’s had 15 surgeries that consists of bone and tissue grafts. Kallie finished 10 rounds of chemotherapy and 25 radiation treatments. Kallie was cancer free for three years. In that three years, Kallie’s trach was removed, and she had two more jaw surgeries that were less extensive.