Foothills Elementary students have their first ever Ballroom Dance Team thanks to Coach Angie Lowe. The students competed against other elementary schools at Timpanogos High on January 21. The two teams took Gold and Silver, and the trophies are almost as tall as the students.
Generous funds were donated on behalf of Ralph Henry Andrus, Jr. to the Nebo Education Foundation. Mr. Andrus taught history, including our Founding Fathers of this great nation, at Spanish Fork Junior High. Please see the following link to learn more about Ralph.
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Matt Gledhill as the Director of Operations for Nebo School District.
Matt Gledhill has served as the Coordinator of Operations for Nebo School District for the past ten years. Matt is highly respected by all those who work with him. He has been a dedicated employee in the district for the last 23 years. Matt also served as the supervisor of buildings and grounds in the maintenance department and worked in the transportation department.
Amyee Hargett, swim coach at Springville High School (SHS) from 2007 to 2016, was inducted into Nebo Hall of Fame this past week.
Amyee Hargett swam for the SHS swim team in the 1980’s. Following her swimming career in high school, she swam for BYU. In 2007, Amyee returned to SHS as head coach for both the boys’ and girls’ swim teams. She continues to coach the most successful swim teams in Springville High’s school history.
The Nebo School Board of Education were enchanted by Springville High’s choir led by Leanna Crockett as well as East Meadows' sixth-grade students performing a scene from the re-enactment of the Odyssey.
Principal Celeste Gledhill thanked the board for the opportunity to present and share some exciting things happening at East Meadows Elementary. She introduced Alyson Dart, a School Community Council board member, and sixth-grade teacher, Nicole Lyman.
Four Nebo School District board members were sworn in by Tracy Olsen, Nebo School District’s Business Administrator, on January 11, 2017 for Nebo School Board of Education.
Dean Rowley ran unopposed in the Springville and Spanish Fork areas. He will serve for a fourth, four-year term as board member.
Randy Boothe won his seat in the Spanish Fork, Benjamin, and Lakeshore areas. He will serve on the board for a fourth, four-year term. Christine Riley ran unopposed in the Payson and Spring Lake areas. She will serve for a third, four-year term as board member.
Nebo School District held the Captain's Academy on leadership and sportsmanship. Captains’ Academy is held three times each year and includes captains from junior high and high school. Winter Captain Academy includes boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, wrestling, boys’ swimming, girls’ swimming, drill team, debate, and band.