Nebo's Annual Elementary Keyboarding Competition - Answer to Wednesday Challenge

Attributions: 
Susan Boothe

On Wednesday, April 18, 2018, hundreds of 4th and 5th grade students from every elementary school in Nebo School District gathered at Spanish Fork High School to compete for top honors in Nebo’s Annual Elementary Keyboarding Competition. The single elimination event hosted three rounds of timings with the highest recorded score being 109 words per minute!

Congratulations to Melanie Fillmore for answering this week's "Where are we Wednesday?" challenge sponsored by Wiggy Wash.

Technology Teacher Spotlight

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Marjie Ralph is an English teacher at Payson High School who has been teaching for 13 years. She currently teaches three different UVU concurrent enrollment courses. All sorts of technology is used in her classroom: Canvas, Google, Voice Thread, Screen Cast-o-Matic, Chromebooks, Google Extensions, Adobe Spark, and many other cloud-based tools. The technology tool that she claims is the most helpful is her Nebo Digital Coach.

Junior High Teacher Receives Honors

Nebo Hero, Emily Edman, Spanish teacher at Springville Junior, was honored by Brigham Young University's Spanish and Portuguese Department as the Outstanding Mentor Teacher for 2018.

Congratulations Emily! 

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Salem Junior High Choir Students Delight Others with Impromptu Performance - Answer to Wednesday Challenge

Salem Junior High choir students delight some Nebo Education Foundation board members with an impromptu vocal performance of Dem Bones Dem Bones Dem Dry Bones directed by Mr. Dalan Guthrie.

Congratulations to Spencer Fillmore for answering this week's "Where are we Wednesday?" challenge sponsored by Wiggy Wash.

Springville Mayor and City Council Honor Lindsay Gardiner

Attributions: 
Shannon Acor

Ninth-grade Springville Junior High student, Lindsay Gardiner, received the Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award at Tuesday’s City Council Meeting. Assistant Principal Shauna Shepherd nominated Lindsay for her kindness and her ability to see the needs of others.  Ms. Shepherd writes “Lindsay took it upon herself to organize a group of friends to write 365 anonymous notes to a struggling student so she would have one happy note to read from a friend every day.”  Springville City Council, Mayor Child and the community are so grateful for Lindsay and her example.

Nebo Sterling Scholar State Runners Up

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Congratulations to our Nebo Sterling Scholar State Runners Up.

Larissa Anne Chappell, Springville High School, Runner Up for Family & Consumer Science
Cole Monson, Springville High School, Runner Up for Skilled & Technical Sciences
Miriam Hall, Springville High School, Runner up for Vocal Performance
Emily Bates, Maple Mountain High School, Runner Up for dance
Cameron Smith, Spanish Fork High School, Runner Up for Instrumental Music

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