Payson High School entertained the Nebo School Board of Education with a video performance by the Drumline Band State Champions.
Then the PTA President, Rosemary Parson, addressed the school board, "We have a great high school, great teachers, great students, and a great administration.
Parson explained about some of the areas of focus. The PHS School Community Council used some of the Trustlands funds for iPads, a writing lab, and Advanced Placement (AP) practice tests.
Kids Cause was organized for the purpose of providing clothing, medical treatment, vision care, dental care, school supplies and other items that will contribute to the well-being of public school students who are not served by any other community, state, or national agencies.
Approximately 16 years ago Bonneville UniServ met with Bill Hulterstrom, President & CEO of United Way, to find a format to address the needs of students. Together they forged a plan to join forces and Kids Cause was born.
Al Mosher, Human Resource Director, Will Retire in June
Al Mosher, Human Resource Director of Nebo School District, will be retiring in June after 18 years in Nebo School District, 1 year in Georgia, and 20 years in California.
Mr. Mosher received his bachelor’s degree in physical education and English from Brigham Young University. He received his Master’s in Administration from the University of California.
Nebo School District is excited to announce an additional service on our website www.nebo.edu.
This new posting service on Nebo’s website is a way for employees, patrons, and vendors to post advertisements about services and/or commodities such as tutoring, piano lessons, specials on gym passes, discounts for educators, and financial planning to name a few. All offers need to be approved by Nebo School District’s operations department.
Dwight Liddiard, principal at East Meadows Elementary, is currently serving on the Board of the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP). As part of that assignment, he was recently invited by the United States State Department Office of Overseas Schools to attend the European Council of International Schools Conference held in Nice, France.
The Nebo Education Foundation will be honoring a fabulous teacher–Karen Anderson by offering a scholarship to graduating senior students.
Hundreds of children were met each day by the captivating smile of Mrs. Karen Anderson. One of Mrs. Anderson’s greatest loves was to teach first-grade children how to read. She loved to see the "light" come on when the symbols on the page became real words and opened an entirely new world to a young mind.
On January 6, 2011, Nebo School District held its second Captain's Academy Winter Session on leadership and sportsmanship. The Captain’s Academy is held three times a year. This event was held in the boardroom at Nebo School District and included captains from each winter sport: basketball, wrestling, and swimming; student government, drill team, cheer squad, and band across the entire district. All Nebo District High schools–Springville High, Maple Mountain High, Spanish Fork High, Salem Hills High, and Payson High were represented.