Ken Van Ausdal – Springville Jr. High Principal
Twenty years ago was the last time a high school in Nebo School District received the Deseret News All-Sports award; it was awarded to Springville High. In 2010, Springville High is again bestowed the honor.
KSL Radio and Zions Bank honored Vicki Gardner, World Civilization and Geography teacher at Diamond Fork Junior High in Spanish Fork, for the "Teacher Feature" program this past week. This program was developed to recognize outstanding teachers who have gone the extra mile, not only in the classroom, but who have also made a significant impact on many young lives.
Teacher of the Year 2009-2010
East Meadows–Neeley Kay
Spanish Fork High Schools Letter Men's Club, lead by counselors Alan Albright and Dawn Anderson, visited Canyon Elementary School's first graders for their ninth annual Reading and Recess Program. The purpose of the program is to allow high school athletes to spend time with the first graders by reading books and doing physical activities. This program gives athletes a way to show the younger students that sports and school go hand in hand. All students that belong to the Letter Men's Club are athletes who play sports while maintaining a high grade point average.
Kenny Probst Receives Spring Lake Elementary School's Classified Employee Crystal Apple Award!
Craig Harvey, with Horace Mann Insurance Company, presented the Outstanding Employee Award to Randel Talbot, the head custodian at Cherry Creek Elementary. The staff relies on Mr. Talbot's dependable service. When anyone asks Mr. Talbot to do a task, he gets right to the request. He often replies, "I'll do it right now, so I won't forget."
He is great with the students and keeps our campus neat and clean. A while back he brought in a horned-toad for a 2nd grade class pet from one of his hunting trips.
The Nebo Education Foundation board met in May and approved the following grants.
Salem Elementary received a grant for technology to fund document cameras for the sixth grade.
Rees' multi-age classes all had a very fun time studying about Utah Wetlands last Friday. About 10:30 a.m. we loaded the buses and headed to Salem. When we go there, we ate our lunches at the park. It was a nice change to have recess right their by the pond. The we rotated through five stations. One station was learnind about bird adaptations and dissecting Owl Barf with Mrs. Wiley! Owls can't digest the bones and hair of their prey so they throw it up. I found a mouse skull in my pellet. I liked to pull the little teeth out.