Three Nebo Students Honored by Springville Mayor Award

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Three great students from Nebo School District received the Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award for December– Allie Dorman,  Jon Ferrin and Dakota Pace.

"If You Take Santa to School"

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Hobble Creek Elementary first graders

"If you take Santa to School" by Hobble Creek Elementary first graders.

Miss Tami Johnson's first grade class at Hobble Creek Elementary, in Nebo School District, created a story inspired by "If you take a Mouse to the Movies" story.

Enjoy and thank you for sharing first graders.

“Granna Epperson” KSL High 5 - Answer to Wednesday Challenge

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Lana Hiskey

“Granna Epperson” will be honored on the KSL High 5 on Tuesday, December 20, at 5:45 a.m. You won’t want to miss this touching episode. 

Beth Alice Waller Epperson was born on February 17,1927, in Salt Lake City, Utah at home in a house on 3300 South in East Mill Creek. She weighed five pounds and was so small she fit in her Grandfather's new boots box. Her parents put Beth on the oven door of the coal stove to keep her warm.

December 2016 Nebo PEAK Award Winners

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Lana Hiskey

December 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. 

Nebo Girls Experience Enlightening Hour of Code

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Lana Hiskey

Nebo School District's Advanced Learning Center hosted 200 junior high-aged girls in the Hour of Code. Students traveled from seven junior high schools in Nebo for an “enlightening” field trip to learn and see code in an “electrifying” way.  

Nebo Students Attend BYU Game - Answer to Wednesday Challenge

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Many of Nebo Elementary students had the opportunity to attend the BYU Womens’ Basketball game against Weber through generous donors in the community. The students had an amazing time.  They loved seeing themselves on the large jumbotron, dancing to music, eating snacks,  and cheering on BYU with, “Rise and Shout! Go Cougars!” The Cougars didn’t disappoint and won the basketball game.

Congratulations to Carli Jarvis for answering this week’s “Where are we Wednesday?” challenge sponsored by Wiggy Wash.

Superintendent Continues to “Focus on Students”

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Lana Hiskey

Superintendent Nielsen and Secondary Director Anderson look forward to meeting with high school student leaders every couple of months to address the students’ concerns and listen to their successes. 

When asked about the meeting, Superintendent Rick Nielsen said, “Focusing on students is what we are all about.” 

Sierra Bonita Enthralls Nebo School Board of Education

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Lana Hiskey

Principal Garrett Andersen thanked the Nebo School Board of Education for the opportunity to present some highlights of Sierra Bonita. He then introduced his staff and students.

Tatum Baker, School Community Council (SCC), discussed how the SCC uses the Trustland funds. She said, “As a school community council, we put a lot of thought and effort identifying needs at Sierra Bonita and in gathering input form the teachers and staff on how to best use the funds to help our amazing students.”

Maple Mountain High Wins Prestigious Award - Answer to Wednesday's Challenge

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Lana Hiskey

The Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (UIAAA) announced that Maple Mountain High (MMHS) was awarded the Director’s Cup for 4A schools in the state of Utah for the 2016-2017 school year. The Director's Cup is based on three components: how the school finishes in state competitions; the combined GPA for each program that competes at state competitions; and the Utah High School Activities Association's (UHSAA) sportsmanship initiative. 

High School Students Build and Donate to Festival of Trees

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Lana Hiskey

Spanish Fork High Welding
Spanish Fork High Welding students constructed a special tree to honor a former Don, Kiplyn Davis, that went missing twenty years ago. This would mark her 20th year reunion as a Spanish Fork graduate. Kiplyn loved life. She had a vibrant personality and known as  a social “butterfly”.

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