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November 2020

Alternating Day Information and Tips for Success

Submitted by seth.spainhower on Tue, 11/24/2020 - 15:06
Attributions: 
Administration

Schedule for Novemeber 30th-December 18th (3 weeks)

Mon Nov. 30: A-Day for students with last names from L-Z

Tues Dec. 1: B-Day for students with the last name from A-K

Wed Dec. 2:No School

Thurs Dec. 3: B-Day for students with last name L-Z

Fri Dec. 4: A-Day for students with last name A-K

Mon Dec. 7: B-Day for students with last name A-K

Tues Dec. 8: A-Day for students with last name L-Z

Wed Dec. 9: No School

Thurs Dec. 10: A-Day for students with last name A-K

Fri Dec. 11: B-Day for students with last name L-Z

Mon Dec. 14: A-Day for students with last name L-Z

Tues Dec. 15: B-Day for students with last name A-K

Wed Dec. 16: No School

Thurs Dec. 17: B-Day for students with last name L-Z

Fri Dec. 18: A-Day for students with last name A-K

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Food Service Information 

If it is your day with "at-school" learning, you do not need to order food. Students are able to go to the lunchroom for breakfast and lunch as normal. 

If it is your "remote" learning day, you will need to place an order for breakfast and/or lunch. To place your order, please fill out the form on this Link (this link is also on the front page of our website). You will need to order before 9 a.m. each morning. Meals are only provided on scheduled school days. For special circumstances, you may call the school to place your order.

This would also be the method of ordering breakfast and lunch if your student is required to stay home for quarantine or for other COVID-19 related schedule adjustments or closures. 

By way of reminder, meals can be picked up in the front office between 10:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. each morning. 

We hope this makes the process easier for all involved. Please contact the school if you have any questions.

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At-Home Learning Tips & Expectations for Students

Set an At-Home Learning Schedule (for all Wednesdays and the other days at home)

  • Get up at a reasonable time in the morning

  • Get ready like normal

  • Block out at least 5 hours of time

  • Take breaks along the way

  • Avoid distractions

Check Canvas and Teacher Emails Daily

  • Watch ALL videos and read ALL instructions

  • Complete ALL assignments (don’t just check Infinite Campus for what you are missing)

  • Check your student email for course updates from your teachers

  • Work on hybrid days will not be done in class, so DON’T GET BEHIND

Attend your Teachers’ Office Hours 

  • Ask questions and receive additional instruction

  • You will be able to come to school on Wednesday’s and during Don Hour for extra help IF YOU SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT with your teachers

ALC and MTECH

  • Students with classes at ALC and MTECH will attend all of their classes as regularly scheduled.

Almost all of the COVID-19 cases that we are having at school are due to social interactions that occur outside of school. Therefore, we continue to ask everyone to follow COVID-19 safety protocols in all of your own personal decisions. 

 

Winter Guard

Submitted by seth.spainhower on Tue, 11/24/2020 - 13:51
Attributions: 
Tami Bird

Come join Winter Guard.  Boys and girls are welcome.  No experience is needed!  Come spin flags, dance and perform with us! Clinics and Auditions will be Nov. 30 and Dec. 1st.  Pick up a flyer in the front office for more information.    Thank you so much!

Stage Door December 3rd-7th

Submitted by seth.spainhower on Tue, 11/24/2020 - 13:04
Attributions: 
Andy Hunsaker

We are BACK ON! Come and celebrate the VICTORY of our students over Covid. We are PROUD to present a play about finding your passions. The Vintage Comedy "Stage Door" is now going to run DECEMBER 3-7. Get you tickets NOW at www.dramadons.com 

Teacher Spotlights!

Submitted by seth.spainhower on Tue, 11/17/2020 - 07:58
Attributions: 
Administration

We are so grateful for our amazing teachers and all that they do! Read below to learn more about some of our awesome teachers!

Leslie Swenson

Counselor

What is your favorite drink?

Diet Coke

What is your favorite sport, activity, or hobby?

Going on walks with my little girl

What is your favorite restaurant?

Brick Oven

Where did you graduate from high school?

SFHS

Do you have kids? How many? What are their names?

2– a 2-year old little girl named Chloe and a 4 month old little boy named Cy! 

What was your dream college to attend?

Snow

 

Shauna Whittekiend

Business/Marketing Teacher

What is your favorite drink?

Water

What is your favorite sport, activity, or hobby?

Any activity that is outside on a warm, sunny day

What is your favorite restaurant?

In-N-Out Burger

Where did you graduate from high school?

Cedar High School

Do you have kids? How many? What are their names?

Maddie and Easton

What was your dream college to attend?

Stanford

 

Jordan Rogers

Spanish Teacher 

What is your favorite drink?

Horchata 

What is your favorite sport, activity, or hobby?

Golf

What is your favorite restaurant?

Beto's/Floriberto's/Rancherito's

Where did you graduate from high school?

SFHS (Don Pride all day)

Do you have kids? How many? What are their names?

Lily (6), Gracie (9), and a new baby Elsie

What was your dream college to attend?

Arizona St.

Armed Forces Day

Submitted by seth.spainhower on Mon, 11/16/2020 - 10:58
Attributions: 
Kelly Seale

We are so excited to facilitate this wonderful opportunity! If you have more questions or want to sign up, head on over to our library! 

National School Psychology Week 2020

Submitted by seth.spainhower on Tue, 11/10/2020 - 15:43
Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Nebo celebrates all our school psychologists, and all they do for Nebo students.

During the week of November 9-13, 2020, schools throughout the United States will celebrate National School Psychology Week to highlight the important work school psychologists and other educators do to help all students thrive.

This year’s theme is “The Power of Possibility.” The word “possibility” implies hope, growth, resilience and renewal. Possibility suggests that even something as small as a seed can grow into something magnificent. The word “power” implies that things can and will happen. When we focus on what is possible, we have hope that students will grow, thrive and bloom.

Thank you Nebo psychologists for all you do for our students.

#BeTheMagic #NeboHero #NeboSchoolDistrict #StudentSuccess #EmpowerStudents #EngageStudents #FocusOnStudents #LoveUTpublicSchools #UtPol #UtEd #ThankATeacher #LoveTeaching #covid19 #staywellnebo
 

Teacher Spotlights!

Submitted by seth.spainhower on Tue, 11/03/2020 - 13:58
Attributions: 
Administration

We are so grateful for our amazing teachers and all that they do! Read below to learn more about some of our awesome teachers!

Heather Love

Special Education Teacher

What is your favorite drink?

Crystal Ice - sparkling water

What is your favorite sport, activity, or hobby?

Mud Runs or Ragnar Trail Races

What is your favorite restaurant?

China Aisle or Cafe Rio

Where did you graduate from high school?

Pleasant Grove High

Do you have kids? How many? What are their names?

Four: Natalya (19), Alexi (17), Angelina (12), Nikita (8)

What was your dream college to attend?

Nowhere in particular. I really liked the colleges back East just for the beauty and the culture of it all.

 

 

Josh Jensen

FCS Teacher

What is your favorite drink?

Body Armor

What is your favorite sport, activity, or hobby?

Football, Basketball, Baseball, Tennis   

What is your favorite restaurant?

Bombay House

Where did you graduate from high school?

Timpview

Do you have kids? How many? What are their names?

Yes, 2, Dixie and Molly Jane

What was your dream college to attend?

Oregon

 

Elise Ford

Business/Marketing Teacher 

What is your favorite drink?

Diet Pepsi  

What is your favorite sport, activity, or hobby?

I love watching my kids dance, wrestle, and play football and baseball! I also love photography and home decor! 

What is your favorite restaurant?

Anywhere I can get good chips and salsa!  

Where did you graduate from high school?

Spanish Fork High School  

Do you have kids? How many? What are their names?

3 kids - Macy, Witt and Trig

What was your dream college to attend?

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