December 2018 Nebo PEAK Award Winners

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Lana Hiskey

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.

Springville Mayor's Youth Award in Nebo

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Christmas came early for eight wonderful Nebo students who were recognized in front of a full crowd at Tuesday’s Springville City Council Meeting. The Mayor’s Youth Awards recognize students in the community that exemplify hard work, determination, kindness and positivity. Teachers and the principals from Cherry Creek and Meadow Brook Elementary submitted several nominations. The following students were chosen to receive this special award presented by Councilman Jason Miller; Samantha Steiner, Cohen Wilding, Jaxon Barrett, Sawyer Mayberry Paityn Hunter, Bennet Scott and Lydia Steiner.

Where Are We Wednesday, December 12, 2018?

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Where are we Wednesday, December 12, 2018? Name the place and event that happened in Nebo School District.

The communications office will be posting photos from around the district on Wednesdays. The first person to email the correct name and place will receive a gift.  Email your response to wherearewewednesday@nebo.edu(link sends email)

Nebo News December 2018

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Nebo News December 2018

Nebo School District and Superintendent Rick Nielsen have social media presence. Please LIKE, FOLLOW, and SHARE Nebo School District and Superintendent Rick Nielsen on social media including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to stay updated on current events and announcements. Remember to RATE your own school on Facebook as well as Nebo School District.

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Utah PTA Region 10 Reflection Winners 2018

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Lana Hiskey

The Utah PTA Region 10 announced their Reflection winners that will advance to the state level. Annually, thousands of students will reflect on a common theme and create original works of art in the categories of Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography, 3-Dimensional Art, and Visual Arts. The program welcomes, free of charge, all students from all grades and abilities to explore the arts.

Nebo Student, Abby Rowley, Selected Utah Valley Student of the Week for the Daily Herald

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Abigail Rowley is a fifth-grader at Apple Valley Elementary in Nebo School District and is this week’s student of the week for the Daily Herald.

Abby loves to read mysteries — one of her favorites is the Nancy Drew series. She is studying gymnastics and is able to complete a back handspring on the ground. Abby is currently serving as a Student Council member for our school. She shared an experience that is a great example of the type of contribution she makes each day.

Nebo Teacher, Taryn Brown, Selected Utah Valley Educator for Daily Herald

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Taryn Brown, teacher in Nebo School District at Apple Valley, was selected at the Utah Valley Educator of the Week.

Taryn Brown is a fifth-grade teacher at Apple Valley Elementary School in Santaquin. She has been teaching for 10 years. She received her education at Snow College and UVU. Along with teaching, she is also a mentor teacher to new teachers, the school community council facilitator, and teaches English to children in China.

Nebo School District Wins State Energy Award for 2018

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Lana Hiskey

The Association of Energy Engineers awarded Nebo School District, including Energy Specialists Bodie Bradley and Russell Maughan, an Energy Champion award for their commitment to energy efficiency through equipment, lighting, and controls upgrades.

Since partnering with Cenergistic, an energy conservation company, in 2013, Nebo School District has added 700,000 square feet of building space without increasing the utility budget. In addition, Nebo District experienced a 28 percent reduction in its electrical usage and 25 percent overall reduction in utility costs.

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