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Mapleton Junior High
“Kelly is a rockstar in our school. She has built her drama department every year. Her students are constantly challenged to expand their comfort zone and improve their skills. Kelly is invaluable to our student learning and curriculum team. She is an agent of positive change in our school and community. We are lucky to have her!”
Nebo is partnering with Tabitha’s Way for a new event called Read & Feed.
The purpose of this event is to encourage children to continue to read during the summer and to educate families facing food insecurity regarding food resources available to them and their children while they are not attending school. Our goal is to gather 10,000 gently used books that children can take home with them and keep to read during the summer.
During the month of April, we are encouraging families to donate gently used books that they no longer need and drop them off at the Tabitha’s Donation Bins at the following schools:
Springville Area: Spanish Fork Area: Springville High Spanish Fork JuniorSpringville Junior Diamond Fork Junior Meadow Brook Elementary Brockbank Elementary Riverview Elementary Sierra Bonita Elementary Salem Area: Payson Area:
Valley View Middle Payson Junior High
Foothills Elementary Mt. Nebo Middle
The children who come to the event will receive a tote bag and will be able to choose up to 10 books to read during the summer months. During the event, Tabitha’s Way will also hand out Summer Feeding Vouchers to guide families to utilize the free food resources at our pantry. Additionally, we will provide information regarding other ways and means to access free food assistance and reading programs, such as Feeding in the Park and city library reading programs within the Nebo School District.
Thank you for all your help in this worthy project. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
Nebo Academy Spring/Summer 2021
Nebo is offering professional development for Nebo Educators. Click on the link to see and register the offerings: Nebo Academy Course Offerings.
Framework days are advertised by subject/grade. Please use the registration links. All teachers are encouraged to attend the sections that are appropriate to their assignment.
All Framework and New Teacher Induction classes will come with a $20/hour stipend; for all other courses, stipends come with the approval from your building principal.
Please check out the Google Apps trainings as well as upcoming trainings that will be listed in Nebo Academy.
Students of the Month for March.
7th grade: Presley Bird, Kate Yeates, Kate Brower, Holden Jackson, Adley Warner, Averee Harward, Summer Taylor Not pictured - Ashlynn Denton 8th grade: Sonny Van Tassell, Taden Hansen, Juan Escamilla, Luke Hollingshead, Cody Shurian, Chase Johnston, Carissa Sharp, and Dash Wright 9th grade: Bryleigh Payne, Lucah Eatough, Nicholas Hofheins, Morgan Pratt, Justin Gamboa, Edward Garcia, Samantha Northcutt, Efrain Martinez
THANK YOUA big thank you to those that were part of the Hope Week video and HOPE WEEK activities. Mr. Kevin Diehl, the performers; Tatum Fish, Auralee Sanders, John Huntington, Nadia Templeman, Jacob Evans, Trent Willson, Seybrielle Dulin, Alyssa Cragun, Cade Hixson, and all of the HOPE Squad members (Cole Caldwell, Annie Call, Natalie Carter, Shayde Casuga, Ava Clayton, Riggs Collett, Chase Dean, Dakota Durden, Jackson Fife, Tatum Fish, Elsie Griffin, Adalyn Hakes, Brody Harrison, Madison Holman, Afton James, Lucy Johnson, Emma Langford, Jessyka Lape, Emily Lindsey, Bailey Marshall, Kennedi McClean, Lucy McCown, Sam Northcutt, Karlie Olsen, Bryleigh Payne, Dallin Perry, Cambree Poulson, Bailee Salmon, Carissa Sharp, Taryn Spencer, Nadia Templman, Lydia Tibbals, Zach Ward, Della Wilkins, Ellexa Wing, Jane Wolfley). Bethany Jessop is an honorary Hope Squad member who has volunteered to help in countless ways.