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April 2020

Lunch Ladies to the Rescue!

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Tue, 04/21/2020 - 15:00
Lunch Ladies to the Rescue!

Our lunch ladies have come through and gone above and beyond during the school dismissal. They offer breakfasts and lunch. They have braved the cold weather, rain, snow, and keep on going. Some of our parents gave them a little parade to thank them for all they do.

We Miss You

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Tue, 04/21/2020 - 14:36
Attributions: 
Arlene Haymond
We Miss You

April 2, 2020

Dear Wildcats,

We were heartbroken that we had to cancel our neighborhood parade, so we have some special messages for you throughout the day today!

We love and miss you so much and we want you to know you are loved! ❤️

Love,

"AT HOME LEARNING" EXTENDED THROUGH THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR (MAY 22)

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Wed, 04/15/2020 - 21:09
"AT HOME LEARNING" EXTENDED THROUGH THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR (MAY 22)

COVID-19 INFO

"AT HOME LEARNING" EXTENDED THROUGH THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR (MAY 22)

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Dear Parents/Guardians:

As you may have heard, Governor Herbert and State Superintendent Sydnee Dickson have extended the “soft school closure” until the end of the school year.  Although we are disappointed that we will not be able to work with students in our usual manner, we understand why the decision was made and fully support them.  That being said, we now will need to address a variety of very unique situations.

Did You Know . . .

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Wed, 04/15/2020 - 13:54
NEBO School District Digital Library

. . . that Nebo School District provides a digital library? On the bottom of our website, look for "SORA." You will be linked to the instructions to access the digital library. You are able to access the library with the SORA app or directly from the website. 

 

 

3D Printer makes Masks for Payson Police Officers

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Fri, 04/03/2020 - 14:20
Attributions: 
Susan Crook
3D Printer makes Masks for Payson Police Officers

During this time away from school, Mrs. Crook was missing her 3D printer so she brought it home last week. The next morning she learned of a need for police officers needing masks and discovered that she could print 3D masks for them. She contacted an officer in Payson (that's where she lives) and asked if they had any. They were so excited to get some and soon enlisted the help of Payson Junior High and their 3D printers as well. Mrs. Crook printed 13 masks for them. They are ordering filters and elastics to complete them.

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