School Dismissal Procedures from Nebo School District-March 13, 2020

Submitted by leann.miller on Fri, 03/13/2020 - 21:18
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Lana Hiskey
School Dismissal Procedures from Nebo School District-March 13, 2020

March 13, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians:

NEBO SCHOOL DISTRICT TO DISMISS SCHOOLS

As directed by the State of Utah, all public schools in Utah will dismiss beginning Monday, March 16, 2020, for two weeks in response to COVID-19. This is a proactive measure.

CONTINUED LEARNING
School “dismissal” means that Nebo employees will continue to be in the schools providing learning for students through online instruction and/or educational packets to continue student learning. Further communication about devices and materials will come from your school.

SEP Conferences Thursday, March 19th

Submitted by michael.johnson on Thu, 03/12/2020 - 14:06
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Kindergarten 

Kindergarten will be doing a walking report card for our term 3 SEP conferences.  Please come WITH your student anytime between 3:45 - 5:30 or 6:00 - 8:00 to have your child show you the progress they have made.

 

First Grade 

Student Led Conferences.  Please contact your child's teacher

 

Mrs. Pugh https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0F4EA5AD2AABFB6-mrs

Census 2020

Submitted by leann.miller on Tue, 03/10/2020 - 10:47
Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey
Census 2020

The U.S. Census Bureau has embarked on a nationwide effort to inform everyone living in the United States and five of its territories about the upcoming 2020 Census and to encourage them to respond online, by phone, or by mail.

Everyone counts. The census counts every person living in the U.S. once, only once, and in the right places.

It’s about fair representation. Every 10 years, the results of the census are used to reapportion the House of Representatives, determining how many seats each state gets.

4th Grade Tests Falling Water

Submitted by leann.miller on Fri, 02/28/2020 - 10:43
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Mackenzie Boring
4th Grade Tests Falling Water

4th graders learned about potential and kinetic energy as they dropped water from different heights and measured the diameter of the splashes. The results of their experiment proved that more potential energy is built up the higher the water drops from, converting to more kinetic energy as it falls, creating a bigger splash. (Photos: Mr. Moore’s class)

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