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Clothing and Textiles Course

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Our 9th grade clothing students have been working hard this year. This is a basic introductory course where students are introduced to sewing and pressing equipment, textiles and introductory level projects. Charley Griffin and Hailey Burr are showing off their good work!

 

 

Panther Praise Winners May 11th to 15th

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Kaye Isakson

Congratulations to our panther praise winners for the week of May 11th to 15th:

7th grade:Christina McKnight (Mr. White), Jerett Daley (Mr. Christensen), and Gabe Jockumsen (Mrs. Hanks)

8th Grade: JayCee Zimmerman (Mr. White), Allyson Lauber (Mr. White), Haylee McKell (Mr. White)

9th Grade: Marco Lazaro (Mr. White), Justice Watnes (Mr. White), and Sarah Rawle (Mr. White)

 

Panther Praise Winners May 4th to May 8th

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Kaye Isakson

Congratulations to our panther praise winners for the week of May 4th to May 8th:

7th Grade: Marysa Ottosen (Mrs. Harmer), Toffer Linville (Mrs. Hotchkiss), Logan Cowley (Mrs. Hotchkiss)8th Grade: Lydia Lundell (Mrs. Harmer), Javier Cisneros (Mrs. Isakson), Bailey Savage (Mrs. Isakson)9th Grade: Garrett Jockumsen (Mrs. Harmer), Tayten Thomas (Mrs. Daniels), Casey Neff (Mrs. Daniels)

 

Utah Scholars

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MNJHS has become a Utah Scholars school this year! The Utah Scholars Initiative is an academic program intended to motivate students to complete a defined curriculum while in high school to better prepare them for college and future employment. The focus is on helping students understand the academic preparation needed to succeed in post-secondary education and the workforce. 

All of our 8th grade students heard about Utah Scholars last Thursday. Presentations were given by parent volunteers during the US History classes. Our volunteers talk to students about why to go to college, what they can do now to prepare for college, and how to pay for it.

If you would like more information about Utah Scholars, please visit www.utahscholars.org

 

 

Joe McCrillis- Classified Employee of the Year

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Congratulations to Joe McCrillis who was nominated by our faculty to be the classifed employee of the year! Joe is our head evening custodian and does such a great job at making our school look nice. He is a hard worker and always gets his job done. Thank you for all your hard work!

Panther Praise Winners April 27-May1

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Kaye Isakson

Congratulations to our Panther Praise winners for the week of April 27th – May 1st.

7th Grade:  Nathan Lauber/Mrs. Hanks, Rebeccalyn Ross/Mrs. Lundell, Adam Renik

8th Grade: Shawnee Anderson/ Mrs. Lundell, Natausha Hiatt/Mrs. Hanks, Breiann Carter/Mrs. Isakson

9th Grade: Alyssa Taylor/Ms. Daniels, Caleb Vance/Mrs. Bennett, Rosa Magana/Mrs. Daniels

 

Panther Praise Winners April 20th to 24th

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Kaye Isakson

Congratulations to our panther praise winners for the week of April 20th to 24th

7th grade: Samuel Devenport (Mrs. Bennett), Kaydon Radmall (Mrs. Larsen), and Austin Ekins (Mr. Vincent)

8th grade: Haley Sprague (Mrs. Bennett), McKiley Finch (Mrs. Wright), and Nick Bingham (Mrs. Hanks)

9th grade: Landon Baird (Mrs. Bennett), Kaitlyn Smith, (Mrs. Isakson), and Ismael Casco (Mrs. Isakson)

 

Utah Chamber of Commerce Great Kids Award

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Kaye Isakson

Mt. Nebo JHS Great Kids awards were given to the following students from the Utah County Chamber of Commerce in an awards assembly held at the Heritage school in Provo on April 30th. The following are the nominations from the teachers that recognized these great students.

Katie Solorzano:  Mrs. Capell, her math teacher said: “Katie always tries her best. She is very conscientious. She asks for help and helps others. As a member of Latinos In Action she gets involved in our community. She is kind and patient with others.  Mrs. Hotchkiss, her science teacher stated: “Katie serves as a translator keeping it short and sweet, yet never provides the answer during 8th period with the non-English speaker.”  Mrs. Huff, the student council advisor, added: “Katie is a great leader even though she is just a 7th grader in her student council group.  I can always count on her to get things done.” She translates at Barnett's SEP's as part of the LIA’s and Mrs. Stoddard, the principal, once told her mother that a "cute little young LIA member came by to thank her for letting them have cookies....you have them well trained".  She has had a 4.0 every term and spends all day doing homework 5 days a week.

Samuel Devenport: Mrs. Capell, his math teacher stated: “Samuel works hard in class and is always thinking about how to use what we are learning. He finishes all his work on time. He is kind to others and enjoys helping them.” Mrs. Hotchkiss his science teacher said: “Samuel Devenport is a responsible, kind and respectful young man. He comes into the classroom with a smile on his face ready to learn and to participate. Samuel works hard to complete each task assigned to him and does so willing without complaint. Along with getting his own work done, he is eager to assist other students in the classroom.  He is well liked by adults and his peers. Samuel is an outstanding young man and an example to all those around him.”

 

Panther Praise April 13-17

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Kaye Isakson

Our panther praise winners for the week of April 13th to 17th were the following:

7th Grade: (all nominated by Mrs. Isakson) Zander Oryall, Korinne Huntington, Clover Carter,

8th Grade: (all nominated by Mrs. Isakson) Trevor Wilcox, Mikalia Nelson, Hank Bowers

9th Grade: Seydy Varela—Mr. Call, Yesenia Rangel—Mr. Call, and Nicholas Jeffery—Mrs. Isakson

 

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