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. 

Six Administrative Appointments in Nebo School District

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Six Administrative Appointments in Nebo School District

Dr. Everett Kelepolo – Principal Springville High School
Dr. Everett Kelepolo was appointed by the Nebo Board of Education as Principal of Springville High School for Nebo School District. 

Everett earned his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Southern Utah University and his master’s degree in Education in Leadership Administration from Brigham Young University. He also earned his Doctorate in Education from University of Nevada Las Vegas in 2011.

Where Are We Wednesday, April 1, 2015?

Attributions: 

Where are we Wednesday, April 1, 2015? Name the place and event that happened in Nebo School District.

The communications office will be posting photos from around the district on Wednesdays. The first person to email the correct name and place will receive an award.  Email your response to wherearewewednesday@nebo.edu(link sends e-mail)

Nebo District Debate

Attributions: 
Carol Day

Hobble Creek Elementary Hosted the Nebo District Elementary Debate, and 100 students from Hobble Creek Elementary, Mapleton Elementary, Salem Elementary, Brockbank Elementary, and Spanish Fork Junior High debated the following resolution: “Utah government should provide an incentive or tax credit to businesses who give their employees a public transit pass.”

2015 Nebo School District Science Fair Winners

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

2015 Nebo School District Science Fair Winners

5th Grade
Grand Champion: Alexis Gladding, East Meadows Elementary School
1st Place: Zachary Huish & Kaleb Feland, East Meadows Elementary School
2nd Place: Alec Noll, Sage Creek Elementary School
3rd Place: Carson Hansen, Westside Elementary School

Nebo District Employees of the Year 2014 - 2015

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Nebo District Employees of the Year 2014 - 2015

District Employee of the Year – Ronda Crane

Wilson Elementary Delights Nebo School Board of Education

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Wilson Elementary Delights Nebo School Board of Education 

Michael Brokaw, Wilson’s School Community Council representative, presented to the Nebo School Board of Education in March on how Trustlands money is being used. Mr. Brokaw presented Wilson’s goals about the School Improvement Plan in the areas of reading, fine arts, Professional Learning Communities (PLC's), and technology. 

Wilson’s guitar club, recorder club, and school choir performed a combined musical number entitled, "The Lion Sleeps Tonight". 

Jo-Anns Donates to Larsen Elementary - Answer to Wednesday's Challenge

In March at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft’s ribbon cutting ceremony, Principal Garrett Andersen at Larsen Elementary was awarded a $2,000 donation as part of their Grand Opening.  Larsen has had a great relationship with Jo-Ann’s in conjunction with the Afterschool 4-H program. 

The Larsen Afterschool 4-H program offers many classes in arts, crafts and sewing which helped to create a lasting relationship with the Spanish Fork JoAnn's store. 

MMHS Wins First Place With Science Olympiad Team

Maple Mountain High School’s Science Olympiad team competed at Snow College in 24 events in science, technology and engineering.  MMHS took First in 20 of the events and First Place Overall. Also, MMHS received the sportsmanship award. 

MMHS also won First Place overall and won medals in 16 of the 20 events at the Westminister College.

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