Teachers of the Year 2014-2015

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Teachers of the Year 2014-2015

Nebo District Teacher of the Year-- Diane Hamilton

MMHS Science Olympiad Wins State Title

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Maple Mountain High (MMHS) Science Olympiad team, in Spanish Fork, Utah, won the State Title during the competition last Saturday at the University of Utah against 31 other high schools from across the state in science, technology, engineering and math.

Of the 24 different events that MMHS competed in,  they took first place in six events, second place in four events, and third place in three events.  

“With an emphasis placed on STEM in education, our students are doing just that. Our students are winning state in many of the STEM categories,” said Coach Miller.

21st Century Training for Educators - Answer to Wednesday's Challenge

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Nebo School District provides professional development to educators in a variety of areas so students are receiving the latest 21st century instruction.

Last week, weight training and body conditioning teachers trained and taught by health and fitness industry experts. The purpose of weight training is to improve strength and performance, promote safety, reduce injury, build muscle and raise self-confidence. 

First Annual March for HOPE - Answer to Wednesday's Challenge

Nebo’s first annual March for HOPE (Hold On, Persuade and Endure) was well attended by all of Nebo district's HOPE Squads. Others also joined in the walk making a total of approximately 400 students.  Each HOPE Squad member wore their school’s HOPE shirts and brought banners and posters promoting hope, mental health awareness, and positive messages. Some brought lanterns, glow sticks, and flashlights to get into the spirit of HOPE.

Nebo News April 2015

Landmark High School Announces Reunion and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Attributions: 
Mekenna Wilson & Christopher Mach

Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, would like to invite all past and present student, staff and faculty members to reunite and mingle with old friend. There will also be a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil the “Hall of Heroes” of Landmark High School.  The ribbon cutting will be held at five o’clock on the evening of April 13, 2015.  We encourage all to come and participate and mingle from three to six o’clock that evening, and participate in each other’s company.  Landmark High School is located at 612 South Main Street in Spanish Fork. 

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