Winners of the School Breakfast Contest
Congratulations to the following winners that won bikes in the School Breakfast contest:
Zach Hunter at Foothills Elementary, teacher Mrs. Elliott
Jane Wilson at Art City Elementary, teacher Miss Haslem
Emeline Harty at Brookside Elementary, teacher Mrs. Roberts
Gabe Bullard at Salem Junior High
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Rhet Rowley as Assistant Principal of Springville Junior High for Nebo School District. Mr. Rowley received his bachelor’s degree in social science and master’s degree in Educational Leadership both from Brigham Young University (BYU). He was also selected as a candidate for the Leadership Preparation Program (LPP). Mr. Rowley taught history at Mapleton Junior for four years and has recently served as the Dean of Students at Payson High as well as the Athletic Director.
"O Come, Let Us Sing: A Celebration of the Musical Talents of Young Men"
Justin Bills and Cory Mendenhall, choir teachers from Salem Hills High and Maple Mountain High received an invitation from The LDS Church's Temple Square Events, on behalf of the General Young Men's Presidency, to produce a choral concert, featuring the nearly 180 men in the choral programs at Salem Hills High School and Maple Mountain High School.
Contratulations to Springville High Girls' Basketball for winning the 4A State Championship. The Lady Red Devils win back-to-back State Championships. This year with a new coach, Camie Oakey.
Congratulations to Allison Hansen for winning this week's Wednesday Challenge.
Nebo District is saving energy and going green. With strains on the budgets and the continued growth of students, Nebo decided to research energy savings plans. Through this process, Nebo also found ways to help the environment.
Nebo School District teamed up with Cenergistic, which is a data driven, energy conservation company. Cenergistics spent hundreds of hours working with Nebo’s energy specialists with over 70 visits from energy consultants, data consultants, certified energy managers, and mechanical engineers.
Nebo School District is celebrating National School Breakfast week March 3 - 7. Mayor Steve Leifson will join the students at Rees Elementary on Monday, March 3, at 8:15 to 9:30 a.m. for breakfast and read the official proclamation to open the week's events. The 2014 theme for this annual event is "Take Time for School Breakfast". Throughout the week Nebo has numerous activities including prize giveaways in the school cafeterias for a school and district-wide art contest. The Nebo School District encourages families and students to participate in our school breakfast and lunch programs.