Don’t forget to VOTE in this primary election and have your voice heard.
Early Polling dates, times, and places:
Tuesday, June 21- Friday June 24, 2016, 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Payson City Municipal Building
439 W. Utah Ave., Payson
Spanish Fork City Hall
40 S. Main St., Spanish Fork
Springville Civic Center
110 S. Main St., Springville
The Nebo Education Foundation is composed of 20 volunteer board members who live in cities serviced by Nebo School District. Board members meet each month to review and award grant requests, consider fund-raising avenues and other items that advance the educational opportunities for Nebo School District students. Many of the donations received are for selected projects, yet a substantial amount is available for the greatest need. Greatest need monies are considered for grants submitted by area schools.
On June 8, Dallas Jensen and Hayden Heaton, from Mt. Nebo Junior in Nebo School District, impressed the Nebo School Board of Education with their Internationally acclaimed “Pollution Solution” project.
These fine young scientists, ninth-graders to be exact, just returned from traveling to Houston, Texas, where they competed in the International Science Fair called International Sustainable World (Energy, Engineering & Environment) Project Olympiad I-SWEEEP.
June 2016 Nebo PEAK Award Winners:
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.
One of the top rodeos in the nation, Champions Challenge Rodeo in Spanish Fork, recognized 18 students in Nebo School District for their success in the Champions Reading Challenge.
The Champions Challenge Rodeo features the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association's best contestants competing on the best stock all on one night in Spanish Fork City. Coordinator, Wayne Andersen, and Rodeo Chairman, Steve Money, met with all the local elementary school principals and organized a win/win situation.
In May, students from five different elementary schools competed in the first ever Nebo District Mathlete Olympiad. The event was held at Maple Ridge Elementary with students from Sierra Bonita, Barnett, Westside, and Sage Creek. Top performing math students from these schools were given 10 complex math problems to solve in a 30 minute time frame. Students were judged on accuracy (number correct) and time (how quickly they solved the problems). All students who competed were given a certificate and Mathlete T-shirt.&nbs