This week's school news features students of the month, KSL tour and cartoon pillows.
Congratulations to the following students selected as April’s Students of the Month!!! These Students of the Month were chosen because of their excellent academic and citizenship performance! We appreciate each of you showing respect, courage, integrity, compassion, and perseverance.
7th Grade: Kassadie Barney & Toby Roth
8th Grade: Chloe Chandler & Dante Esparza
9th Grade: Alexis Peterson & Jacob Cooper
This week's school news features the 9th grade student council candidates.
As a reminder on Lagoon eligibility: 4th term's mid-term (April 22) grades, citizenship and detentions determine Lagoon (May 26) at the end of the school year. Please check to make sure you are eligible by April 22nd.
For eligible students; permission slips will go out May 4 to be returned Friday, May 13. Please mark these days on your calendar to meet deadlines, so we can avoid unnecessary misunderstandings. More information concerning Lagoon will be sent with permission slips on May 4th.
Do you like Art?
Would you like to be able to do more art?
Join us in the Nebo School District Summer Art Studio
Online registration: nebo.revtrak.net begins April 26,2016 @8:00 a.m.
See Attached Flyer!
Attention students who will be attending MMHS next year. You have the opportunity to elect your student body officers this Wednesday starting at 7:00 am. Use the following link at that time to have your voice heard:
Voting ends at Friday at 1:00 pm, so don't delay.
This week's school news features the 10th grade student council candidates, a suicide prevention message and the fitness day t-shirt design contest.
This week's school news features students of the month, poetry out loud and April fools.
Congratulations to DFJHS Student Helen Linford! Helen won the Fleet Reserve Association's (FRA) local Americanism Essay Contest. What the United States Flag Stands For
FRA sponsors an annual essay contest to promote the spirit of Americanism and patriotism among our country’s youth. FRA's Americanism Essay Contest is open to all students, grades 7 through 12. Students are invited to submit a 350-word essay through an FRA member or local FRA branch. Local winners are forwarded for competition at the regional level and regional winners compete for national prizes.