The Title VII Indian Education program knows how to celebrate the Native American graduates. These amazing graduates vary greatly. Their interests range from computers to discus throwing, and GPAs range from 2.4 to 3.98. Their college choices range from San Francisco University to Northern Arizona. Yet, all graduates share a common thread - these students have indigenous ancestry.
The Nebo Education Foundation board met on May 3, 2016, to discuss the many grants and 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.
Salem Hills High students show their patriotism by an impromptu singing of "The Star Spangled Banner". Now students and staff stop each and every Friday to show their devotion to our country. The American Sign Language students have even joined in and sign the National Anthem. This act of patriotism stirs the soul. Thank you Nebo students.
Nebo School District Retirees 2016
A total of 60 Nebo employees are retiring for a total of 1,585 years of service in Nebo. Congratulations for all your service to Nebo students.
(Congratulations to Marjean Strong for answering this week's "Where Are We Wednesday?" sponsored by Wiggy Wash.
Riverview’s remarkable Caleb Eliason’s team won the Goalball Utah State Championship. Goalball is a team sport designed for blind or visually impaired athletes and is part of the Paralympics.
Caleb is a fifth-grade student at Riverview. Spent time teaching his classmates how to play Goalball. He blindfolded them so they would have some idea how it feels to play without being able to see.
The Nebo Youth Philharmonic Orchestra recently held their Spring Concert. This prestigious orchestra is comprised of students from each of Nebo’s high schools and many of Nebo’s junior high schools.
The showcase featured concerto movements including McKabe Jolley on alto saxophone, John Andelin on viola, and Emily Wood on piano. The orchestra performed concert pieces from their Abravanel Hall performances as well as some pop favorites such as Lord of the Rings highlights and a Star Wars Epic Suite.
Dave Boyack honored as the Athletic Director of the Year by the Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (UIAAA) in St. George.
Dave is a graduate of Spanish Fork High School where he was a multi-sport athlete as a member of the baseball, football, track, basketball and golf teams. He attended Snow College for two years and was a member of the football and track teams. Dave was a conference champion in track at Snow College.