School News

First Dance of the Year Tonight

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SWING into the school year by coming to the first dance! It's tonight from 6-8pm. Wear camoflauge, green, black, or white. Cost of entry is three dollars. There will be music, friends, prizes, and a good time. Hope to see as many students there as possible!

New Michael Vey Book Waiting List

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The new Michael Vey book, The Final Spark, comes out on September 12th. Since this is a popular book, our librarian, Lori Marett, will be ordering multiple copies. If you would like to be on the waiting list to be able to check it out, go to the library and put yourself on the list. The sooner you are on the list, the sooner you'll be able to check it out. Thank goodness for good books and libraries!

Nebo School District Announces Opening of Nebo Peak Center

The Nebo School Board of Education and 
Superintendent Rick Nielsen
invite Nebo students, parents and partners to
the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Tour

on Monday, August 21, 2017, at 10:00 a.m.

for

Nebo Peak Center: Advanced Learning Center (ALC), 
Fieldhouse, Warehouse, & Maintenance Building
Ben Ford, Administrator
161 East 400 North
Salem, UT 84653

MJHS Summer Office Hours

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Monday-Thursday:  9am-2pm

Friday: 9am-Noon

Talent Show

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Andrea Pond

Today was the MJHS talent show, we had a lot of talented students that performed!  This was a great way to start the last week of school.  Thank you to those that participated and put on a great show. 

Boy's Tennis

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Justin Johnson
Congratulations to the boys tennis team who finished the season as Nebo District Champions!
 
    
Varsity Members include: Hudson Roney, Ryan Whiting, Bryon Reese, Tate Johnson, Joseph Holman, Nathan Dunn, Eric Holt
 
   
 
JV Members Include:  Mason Green, Eldon Van Orman, Weston Golding, Evan Taylor, Chance McCausland, Jake Nadauld, Mac Peterson, Hunter Robison, David Woolf, Ethan Marsh, Luke Anderson, Harrison Nemelka
 

 

Nebo Education Foundation Grant to Nicolette Anderson

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Lana Hiskey

“Thank you to the Nebo Education Foundation for the grant. The new reading materials for our students here at MJHS have been a huge asset to the students so far, and I can only imagine how impactful they will be in the future.  With these, students have discovered new strengths and interests while they are completely engaged with learning. On behalf of the students and teachers at MJHS, Thank you!!” exclaimed Nicollette Anderson, teacher at Mapleton Junior.

The Nebo Education Foundation is composed of 20 volunteer board members who live in cities serviced by Nebo School District.  Board members meet each month to review and award grant requests, consider fund-raising avenues and other items that advance the educational opportunities for Nebo School District students. Many of the donations received are for selected projects, yet a substantial amount is available for the greatest need. Greatest need monies are considered for grants submitted by area schools.

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