Opportunity for Students' Artwork on Display

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

By Lana Hiskey

Mr. Gillespie, art teacher at Maple Mountain High School, was asked to invite art students to publicly display their works of art and poetry on Saturday, September 10 at 6:00 p.m. in conjunction with the Billboard Poetry Project at Memorial Park on 800 East and Center in Provo, Utah.

Phillip Brown designed the billboards and promotional materials for the project. Three billboards, north of McDonalds on State Street in Springville, will display Derek Henderson’s poem through the month of September.

Jeffrey D. Peterson -- Assistant Legal Counsel

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Jeffrey D. Peterson – Assistant Legal Counsel

The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Jeffrey D. Peterson as the assistant legal counsel for Nebo School District. After consolidating and reassigning some job duties from multiple personnel retiring, Nebo will have Mr. Peterson will working on district policies and 504 assignments.

Time for School Immunizations

Attributions: 
Utah County Health

  Time for School Immunizations
        Back to school includes immunizations to keep ALL students safe

PROVO, UTAH (August 8, 2011) - - Pencils and binders are not the only thing students need as they prepare to return to school. Children entering kindergarten or seventh grade are required by law to receive standard immunizations before classes begin again.

Nebo Students Perform with Utah Symphony

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Nebo District High School Seniors performed with the Utah Symphony in their annual All-Star Evening at Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City. The three students from the Nebo Youth Philharmonic are Tina Trevino (string bass) from Salem Hills High, Christopher Mullen (tuba), and Isaac Webber (cello) both from Payson High.

Nebo Students Excelled at Several Science and Engineering Fairs

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Nebo Students Excelled at Several Science and Engineering Fairs

Nebo Students were awarded over $250,000 in scholarships and won two of the five coveted final positions at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) held in Los Angeles, California on May 8-13, 2011.

Rhonda Grange Transportation Employee of the Month

Rhonda Grange has been nominated by Stacie Conrad as Nebo Transportation’s newest Outstanding Employee for May 2011.

Rhonda has been a Bus Attendant for three years.  She has been married to Roger for 42 years.  She has two children, Darrell and Radonna.  She is a wonderful Grandma to five grandchildren: four boys and one girl.

Rhonda’s daughter, Radonna, drives a school bus for Nebo; and when asked about her Mom, she said, “She is the best Mom in the whole world and is my best friend.”

Rick Ainge Nebo School Board of Education Board Member

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Rick Ainge, is one of the newer elected board members on the Nebo School Board of Education. He won his seat in the Salem area that includes portions of Spanish Fork, Woodland Hills, Elk Ridge and Payson. Rick filled Debbie Swenson’s seat. Debbie did not run again after serving for eight years on the Nebo School Board of Education.

Denise Villarta Selected Washington D.C. Faculty Adviser

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Denise Villarta, science teacher at Maple Mountain High School, was selected to be a faculty adviser for the Washington Youth Summit on the Environment held this month at George Mason University. The week long summit has invited top high school students from all over the U.S. to study and discuss environment issues with government and industry leaders in Washington D.C.

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