Christmas Book Share


Christmas Book Share

Katherine Beck and Dwight Liddiardwill share some 2014 Christmas Books
on Tuesday, December 2 at 4:00 p.m.   at Canyon Elementary. 

Come and get into the Christmas Spirit and 
hear about some great books that you can sharewith your student and families.

Samuel Dallon Maple Mountain High Students Earns Perfect Score on ACT


Samuel Dallon, a senior at Maple Mountain High School, earns a perfect score on the ACT with a score of 36. 

The ACT is broken up into four main parts: English, math, reading and science, with the option of a writing portion. Students are then given a score of 1 to 36 on each section, and the average score is the composite or final score.

The average national score in 2014 was 21. Utah's average in 2014 was 20.8 and Nebo’s average was higher than both the national average and Utah’s average at 21.5.

Advanced Learning Center's Students Design Computer Program

Anna Palmer

Braden Jensen and Braeden Watson, in the Advanced Learning Center's (ALC) Computer Programming classes, designed and programmed a client server application for Maple Mountain High School's (MMHS) dramatic presentation of “The Pirates of Penzance”. The application allowed the Sound Director and Soundboard Operator in the MMHS Tech Center (the Loft) to communicate with the Microphone Technician backstage, Braden Jensen. Breadon Watson programmed the Client Server; then Braden Jensen created everything else in the application.

Springville Mayor's Student Awards

Shannon Acor

Hard working, positive, compassionate and kind are all words that were used to describe three fantastic students at Tuesday’s Springville City Council Meeting.  Nominations for the Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award are turned into Springville City throughout the month as citizens, teachers, and neighbors spot great kids doing good things and working hard.

BYU Recognizes Two SHS Math Students


Congratulations to Ashley McConnell and William Wallace of Springville High School in Nebo School District. These fine students were honored with other state high school students as Distinguished and Exceptional High School Math Students at a banquet held at BYU this past week.

Where Are We Wednesday, November 19, 2014?

Where are we Wednesday, November 19, 2014? 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

Nebo Students Stole the Show

"Strutting Their Stuff"

Last Saturday Nebo students stole the show at the annual Utah Jr. Turkey Show in Tremonton Utah. Kailtin Hallam won the show with her 38.6 pound tom, followed by Lindsey Olsen with her 25.62 pound hen, and Kamrey Olsen filled the fifth spot with her reserve champion 35.09 pound tom. Kamrey also competed and received a $1,000 education scholarship for her 4-H portfolio. These students took three of the top six awards in the entire show.

Orchard Hills Celebrates Fall Dance Festival - Answer to Wednesday's Challenge

Orchard Hills Celebrates Fall Dance Festival

Orchard Hills Elementary School in Santaquin celebrated the annual Fall Dance Festival. The festival gets bigger and better each year with thousands of spectators and is performed outdoors to accommodate the large crowd.  

Nebo District Counseling Presents: Shara Mitchell, Family Therapy

Shara Mitchell, CMHC Daybreak Family Therapy

“What Were You Thinking?!”

How Depression & Anxiety Makes Children Think Differently

Detecting and Assisting Children With Depression or Anxiety

Who  is invited: All teachers and parents of students who struggle with Depression or Anxiety.

Date: November 19, 2014

Time: 7:00

Cost: Free

Place: Nebo School District Board Room

What's stressing our kids out these days?

What are the warning signs and symptoms?

How can we help our kids?

Utah Symphony Provides Educational Program for Fourth-Grade Students

Lana Hiskey

Monday, October 27, 2014, the Utah Symphony performed a special educational program for the Nebo School District fourth-grade students and their teachers.  

Gary Ofenloch, tuba player, chatted with students before the performance.  Each year the symphony performs for all Nebo fourth-graders.  

Teachers receive educational materials and recordings to help the students prepare for the event. Funding for this event is financed in part from the Utah State Legislature and Utah State Office of Education Professional Outreach for Public Schools program.