Children all over Nebo School District honored Veterans in their community. In many of the schools, the students dressed in their best attire and listened to testimonials of service. Some ideas and quotes included: “The land of the free, because of the brave,” “America, the home of the brave,” and Freedom is not free.”
Spanish Fork Junior High students were captivated by the Veteran’s Day program orchestrated by Becky Provstgaard.
Lightning speed, x-ray vision, and red capes are most commonly associated with the world of superheroes. However, students at Sierra Bonita elementary learned that heroes are more than humans with super powers. Heroes are ordinary people doing extraordinary things. On Friday, November 7, at a school-wide assembly, the student body was privileged to hear music, essays, and stories about everyday heroes from local heroes.
Maple Mountain High School’s marching band takes all Firsts in every category at the Disneyland Competition. The MMHS Marching Band performed at the California Adventure park as well as the evening Disneyland parade. Thank you to MMHS Marching Band for representing their school well.
Congratulations to Suzee Anderson for answering this week’s Where Are We Wednesday Challenge sponsored by Wiggy Wash.
Join Us at the Young Living Lavender Farm
When: November 15, 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. Check-in from 7:30–8:15 a.m.
Where: Young Living Lavender Farm in Mona, Utah
Cost: Early registration (Oct. 7–Nov. 10): $8
Regular registration (Nov. 11–Nov. 14): $15
Food: Concessions will be available for purchase on site. Food vouchers may be pre-purchased with online registration.Visit UtahChessK12.com/YLF to register today!
Free family fun activities around the farm, weather permitting.
Where are we Wednesday, November 5, 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 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nebo Excels in Utah County Math Contest
Nebo School District had eight schools place in the top ten of the Utah County Math contest. Coming in first place is Aktin’s class from Spring Lake Elementary. Nebo had nine placers out of the top ten students. Excellent work.
Overall class scores are the average number of correct answers out of the students in that class. At least 10 students from the class must have played in order to get an average score.
Springville Councilman, Dean Olsen, has a lot to smile about as he honors two outstanding students at Springville’s Mayor Recognition Awards. Standing next to Mr. Olsen are Lila Blaser and Kyler Wood.
Both Westside Elementary students were nominated by their teachers. Ms. Bair wrote in her nomination that Lila is a “student who consistently strives to do her best in everything she does. Students look to her as a leader because she is respectful and friendly with everyone.”