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May 2014

Faculty vs. Student Basketball game

Submitted by melissa.nielson on Fri, 05/30/2014 - 08:15

Our annual Faculty vs. Students basketball game was held on Thursday, May 29th. We had several faculty members participate and they competed against the  winners of the student intramural teams. Although there was a big height difference, the students played a great game!!  The teachers pulled out a win in the last few minutes, the final score was 73-69. Thanks to all those who participated and gave us a great game to watch! 

Awards Assembly

Submitted by melissa.nielson on Wed, 05/21/2014 - 11:58
4.0 for 7th, 8th and 9th grade
9th Grade 4.0 All Year
8th Grade 4.0 All Year
7th Grade 4.0 All Year

The MNJHS Awards Assembly was held today. We had individual assemblies for each grade and students were recognized for: 4.0 all year, Honor Roll all year, Perfect Attendance, Latino's in Action volunteer hours, Terrific Kids, Band and Orchestra MVP's and Excellence in Art. 

Six of our 9th grade students were also recognized for having a 4.0 for the entire time they have been in Junior High! These students are: Devin Broadhead, McKay Asay, Sidney Burrell, Jessica Edmondson, Ashlyn Ewell and Alyssa Sutton. 

Good job students! 



Panther Praise Winners May 5th - 9th

Submitted by kaye.isakson on Tue, 05/13/2014 - 14:37
Kaye Isakson

Congratulations to the following panther praise winners for the week of May 5th - May 9th

7th Grade: Kristen Wilkerson--Mrs. Bennett, Jaycee Zimmerman--Mrs. Olsen, Merrell Morley--Mrs. Isakson

8thGrade: Brooke Losee--Mrs. Hanks, Sabrina Malm--Mrs. Hanks, Sage Hardle--Mrs. Wilson

9th Grade: all nominated by Mr. Rees--Landyn Spencer, Kortnie Walker, Ashlyn Draper

Teacher Appreciation Week

Submitted by melissa.nielson on Wed, 05/07/2014 - 12:10

This week is Teacher Appreciation Week! We are proud of the teachers we have here at Mt. Nebo and are grateful for all the hard work they do. Please remember to thank your teachers this week!!

Panther Praise Winners April 28th-May 2nd

Submitted by kaye.isakson on Mon, 05/05/2014 - 09:42
Kaye Isakson

Congratulations to the following Panther Praise winners for the week of April 28th - May 2nd

7th grade: Aubrey Ramirez--Mrs. Olsen, T.J. Ross--Mrs. Olsen, Daniel Tinoco--Mrs. Olsen

8th Grade: Statler Steele--Mr. Christensen, Tennessee Tolman--Mrs. Johnson, Kaleb Harold--Mrs. Johnson

9th Grade: Hunter Kindle--Ms. N. Brady, Sammy Wilson--Mrs. Isakson, Sidney Burrell--Mrs. Isakson

Great Kids Awards

Submitted by kaye.isakson on Thu, 05/01/2014 - 11:13
Kaye Isakson

Congratulations to the following students who represented Mt. Nebo Junior High School in the Great Kids Awards given by the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce. Each student was given $100.00 from the Utah Community Credit Union and numerous gifts from various community sponsors. 

Hayden Heaton is the son of Shelley and Rodney Heaton. Here is what his teachers wrote in his nomination:

Scott McFarland, English Teacher: Hayden is a joy to have in the classroom. He balances studying graphic novels with complex literature like "The Good Earth." Hayden is not afraid to try new things. He is creative and dynamic. He is a leader among the students. Hayden will take charge and show his fellow students what needs to be done.

Sierra Hotchkiss, Science Teacher: Hayden is a respectful and kind young man. He is always willing to work with any student either to help them or working in a partnership.  He always says “hello” when he enters the classroom and has a smile on his face. He is an example to his peers and lives what he believes.  He is a hard worker and excellent student.

Kaylee Torres is the daughter of Jamie Jones. Here is what her teacher wrote in her nomination:

Amber Capell, Math Teacher:  Kaylee is a beautiful 7th grader with a smile that brightens a room and eyes that invite conversation. She is kind to those around her: lending pencils, helping with problems, sharing food, including less popular students into her group, and always being positive. Kaylee is always picking up garbage, straightening desks, or organizing things to make our classroom a happier place. Even without being prompted, Kaylee volunteers to work with and explain math to one of the students who needs some extra attention. She is never seeking the lime-light; she just loves others and seems to see the best in them. I appreciate her example and hope she continues in her passion and integrity!


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