The last week March 2017, Nebo School District held its third quarterly Captains Academy Spring Session on leadership and sportsmanship. The Captains Academy is held three times a year. Held in the boardroom at Nebo School District, the academy included Captains from each spring sport: baseball, softball, boys’ and girls’ track and field, boys’ soccer, girls’ golf, and boys’ tennis.
Maple Mountain High’s Tyler Christmas, Tosh Davis, and Ben Warnick took First Place in Welding Fabrication and Savannah Marker took Second Place in job Interview. This marks MMHS's fifth year in a row that MMHS won a gold medal in Welding Fabrication. The team and adviser, Jared Massic, will go to Louisville, Kentucky at the end of June to represent Utah against the best teams from each state. Last year they won third place at Nationals. Congratulations and good luck in Louisville, Kentucky this summer!
Nebo's Spanish Fork High School SkillsUSA team members competed at the State Competition last Friday. All eight competitors represented SFHS well in several categories. Rochelle Christensen competed in the interview category and went further than anyone in the history of SFHS in this category. Juan Cruz, Carson Sheriff, and Nathan Perkins took the Silver Medal for Welding Fabrication. Gavin Jensen represented SFHS in the Welding category. Travis Redmond and Matt Ramirez both competed in Collision Repair Technology.
Where are we Wednesday, March 29, 2017? 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 firstname.lastname@example.org(link sends email)
A Nebo student, McKenzie Taylor at Salem Hills High won an Award for Aspirations in Computing from the National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT). As a part of this award, McKenzie received a $1,000 scholarship from the NCWIT, a Kindle Fire, a license for Adobe Creative Cloud, and many other amazing prizes.
Diamond Fork Junior introduced and celebrated college week with their students. As part of College Week, each advisory period chose a college or university to learn about and become familiar with. Team Time classes decorated their classroom doors with their chosen school.
The student council led lunch games where students answered trivia questions about the colleges and universities in Utah.
Congratulations to Val Larsen for answering this week's "Where are we Wednesday?" challenge sponsored by Wiggy Wash.
Spanish Fork High School student council teamed up with Make-A-Wish Utah for the 7th annual “Homeless for A Night” event to raise money to grant wishes for local children with life threatening conditions
Students at Spanish Fork High School and other high schools in Nebo School District gave up the comforts of home for one night during SFHS’s 7th annual “Homeless for a Night” on Friday, March, 10, 2017 at 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Saturday, March 11, 2017 to raise money for Make-A-Wish Utah.