The Nebo Education Foundation board had a record number of grants in November. Here are a few more that received funds to meet the many needs across the district. This Foundation Board functions through generous donations made by individuals and businesses as well as fundraisers where all the money goes to educate students in Nebo School District. Thank you to all those that so generously supported Nebo students through donations.
Congratulations to the following teachers that continue to bless the lives of students.
Students performing surgical procedure on an orange that represented a brain at Landmark High School in Sarah Lewis' psychology class. Students learned about different parts of the brain through this hands-on experience.
Congratulations to Aubrie Chappell for answering this week's "Where are we Wednesday?" challenge sponsored by Wiggy Wash.
Nebo’s Title VI Performing Art, Native American Indian, students were involved in fundraising for Navajo elders. The program raised $12,000 selling Navajo rugs at this event. Adopt-a-Native-Elder (ANE) is a good partner to Nebo’s Indian Education program. ANE provides school supplies packed in backpacks and also Christmas gifts for Nebo students.
Springville Junior High 9th Graders, Kate Southern and Austin Ewell, received the Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award at November’s City Council Meeting. Both students are excellent examples in reaching out and making a difference in other’s lives.
Kate was nominated by Dean of Students, Shauna Shepherd, for Kate’s role in establishing a “Bully Box” at SJHS to help address concerns students might have. Kate helped create posters and announcements so students would be aware of the box.
Nebo football teams are in the State playoffs.
Maple Mountain played East High and lost 13 to 64.
Springville High played Alta with a win 42 to 14. Congratulations!
Springville Red Devils will play East High for State Championship on Friday, November 18, at 6:30 p.m. at the University of Utah.
Students at Salem Junior High were surrounded by a sea of “I Voted” stickers and talk of candidates and politics on Monday morning when the school put on its first-ever mock-election. All students were given the opportunity to vote for a new US President and Utah Governor, with ballots just like those the adults will be given, except this was an election where students were the voters.