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Panther Praise Winners Sept. 3-6

Attributions: 
Kaye Isakson
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Congratulations to the following students for receiving panther praise recognition and the teacher that nominated them.

7th Graders: Cole Hunter (Mr. Sumens), Hadley Johson (Mrs. Hotchkiss), Collin Cara (Mr. Busath)

8th Graders: Corbin Vincent (Mr. Griffin), Karsen Gabbitas (Mrs. Hotchkiss)

9th Graders: Daisha Uresti (Mr. Wright), Bailey Thompson (Ms. Daniels), Mattea Kester (Mrs. Capell)

 

Job Shadow

Attributions: 
by Ben Wood
Job Shadow - Ben is webmaster for a day
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What is job shadowing you might ask? Job shadowing is when you go with either a relative, a parent, or even your neighbor to their work, and see what they do for the community. Job shadowing is mostly done by Seventh graders, and for Mt. Nebo, Job shadowing was done today February 1, 2013. So for my job shadowing experience, I job shadowed David Wadley, who is the Webmaster of the Nebo District. 

After a brief preview of what a webmaster does, we posted a story on the Employee page. That may sound boring, but we were just getting started, the work became much more fun. My Grandma is also a webmaster for East Meadows Elementry. She asked me update the faculty pictures on her website, David and I decided to play a prank on her, and this is the picture we uploaded for her. ---> Monkey Wearing Glasses

She thought that was funny. After that bit of fun, we edited the logo for Diamond Fork Junior High School, then we approved and disaproved pictures, that had been submitted to the Nebo District random images that are featured on the district home page. (Here is one that got approved: http://pictures.nebo.edu/picture/2224) Then to wrap things up, he made me type this article as my evaluation for my Job Shadow experience.

I've always said that I get to play for a living, and today my nephew Ben got to experience it first hand (I'm not just referring to the prank we played on grandma). It was fun to see him actually get excited about all the cool programs I get to use, and the variety of task that can actually be quite enjoyable. But, lest you think it was all fun and games, I made sure he got involved and actually did a good chuck of real "work".

Thanks for the help today.

David Wadley
Nebo School District Webmaster
webmaster @nebo.edu

Job Shadow

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by Mackensie wood

This morning  the seventh graders got to job shadow about a job they learned about. What is job shadowing? Its when somebody shows you what they are woking on for their job and you get to watch them the whole time.  I did my job shadow  with my uncle David and he is a webmaster and he does school websites in Nebo School District.  I helped my uncle with the photos for the Nebo website. I edited them on to their website. I  also posted them when I was done editing. I also helped out with new maps and with the interactive map that is not even out yet. We found the boudries and we made a box so people can know how to use the search.

I am typing my job shadow report on the school's website which is cool cause nobody else can do that. It was really fun!

- Mackensie

I don't know if all the seventh graders got to have as much fun a Mackensie did, but I do know that none of them got to post their Evaluation right on the school website as part of the Job Shadow experince. How awesome is that! I guess there are some perks to having your uncle be the webmaster for Nebo School District.

You might think that as a Job Shadow Mackensie would just sit in the corner and watch, but NO, she was a big help. I put her to work helping me with many of the updates that are required from day to day.

Good Job Mackensie! You were a great Job Shadow!

David Wadley
Nebo School District Webmaster
webmaster @nebo.edu

MNJHS Honor Society

Attributions: 
Mrs. Vicki Hatch

The Mt. Nebo chapter of the National Jr Honor Society held their first meeting in September. Officers for the year were selected at this meeting. Congratulations to President Kendrick Spencer, Vice-President Brad Gardner, Secretary Ellie Cottam, Historian Ashlyn Bradley, Treasurer Hayden Hullinger, and Public Relations Rep Rylee Beckstead. We are looking forward to an exciting school year!

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