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Students of Month

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Kaye

Mt. Nebo JHS Students of the Month

These are the statements written by teachers while nominating the following students:

Rebekah Rash (7th): Rebekah helps others in class. She is a hard work in Physical Education and Aerobic Conditioning, as I am sure she is in her other classes.

Sage Boswell (8th): Sage is such a kind, thoughtful person. She works hard and always does her best. What I love about Sage is that she always thanks me for the lessons at the end of every class.

Alyssa Wayne (9th): Alyssa is a really hard worker, and she is concerned about getting good grades. She is also nice to everyone.

Hunter Kindle (9th): Hunter is an outstanding young lady both academically and as a person. She works hard, has a great attitude and always has a smile on her face. She is the type of student that would help anyone with anything. I enjoy her very much.

 

March Madness 2014

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Dear Parents,

It seems that every week or two another study comes out confirming the importance of reading. Mount Nebo takes reading very seriously and has implemented several programs to help our students develop their reading skills. Our most recent project is selecting and placing in each classroom a set of informational books chosen especially for our reluctant readers, but also available to all students. The Nebo Foundation was very generous in helping us get started with this project, but to continue to add these kinds of books into our classrooms, we are going to need your help. Please consider sending back a donation to help our school enhance reading opportunities for all our students.

Thanks for all you do to help our school.

Sincerely,

Kaye Isakson, Principal and Linda Durrant, Library Media Specialist

Panther Praise Winners Feb. 24th-28th

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Congratulations to the following panther praise winners for being selected for the week of Feb. 24th-28th:

7th Grade: Hayley Ellertson--Mrs. Bennett, Paisley Ballard--Mr. Busath, Ericka Guzman--Mrs. Huff

8th Grade: Rosa Magana--Mrs. Hanks, Evelyn Jimenez--Mrs. Harmer, Gio Vargas--Mrs. Reber

9th Grade: Brooklyn Fackrell--Mrs. Bennett, Riley Spencer--Mrs. Harmers, Ashtyn Caldwell--Mrs. Harmer

District Chess Winners

Congratulations to the following students for placing in the district chess tournament this year: Samuel Meyer took 19th, Quintin Phillips 15th, Mason Lindstrom 11th, Seth Erickson 9th, Daniel Thompson 7th, and Thomas Flinders took 5th. Overall our chess team placed 8th at district.

District Science Fair Winners

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Congratulations to our District Science Fair Winners for 2013/14: The following students will represent Mt. Nebo JHS and Nebo School District at this year’s region science fair at BYU.

  1. Ashlee Daley and Kiyoko Steinfeldt who took 2nd place in Junior Division with the project “How Smoking Affecst the Lungs and Which Brand is Worse”.
  2. Keri Brailsford and Lianna Flake with the project “Digestion and Encapsulation of the Human Placenta.”
  3. Alex Christensen with the project “Optimization of Mining Sequencing”.
  4. Bridjet Lott who took 4th place in the 9th grade division with the project “Clear Conscience vs. Cigarettes.
  5. Bailee Philips, Brinley Day, and Jaquelle Huff who took 1st place in the 9th grade division with the project “Weaning Calves andTheir Health: 60 or 90 Days?”
  6. Hannah Wheelwright who took Grand Champion in the grade division with the project “Air Quality and Adolescent Sleep Study”.

Panther Praise Winners 02-14-2014

Congratulations to the following panther praise winners for the week of Feb. 10th - 14th.

7th Grade: all nominated by Mr. Busath--Carlos Palomar, Dainah Alvarado, Kristen Branagan

8th Grade: Dakota Thompson--Mrs. Bird, Jacob Murphy--Mrs. Hanks, Blage Bagley--Mrs. Hanks

9thGrade: all nominated by Mr. Rees--Julissa Duenas, Pamalatera Fenn, Alex Davis

Kick Butts Day Video Contest

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Linda Durrant

The Utah County Health Department is sponsoring a video contest for youth to demonstrate that they are not going to be targets for big tobacco. Youth ages 12 to 18 can enter, creating their own unique 30 second video. Winners will receive cash prizes (1st Place-$500, 2nd Place-$300, and 3rd place-$200). The first 100 participates will be a part of a free private screening of Divergent on March 19th, when the video winners will be announced. All Engry Forms and entries must be received no later than Friday, March 7th. To see entrance guidelines and rules, please go to www.UtahCountyHealth.org/KickButtsDay. The video contest is sponsored by OUTRAGE (Youth Against Tobacco), Island Teens Against Tobacco (ITAT, Latinos In Action, Utah Department of Heath's Way to Quit, Utah County Health Department, and R&R Partners.

Utah Futures

Shaylie Hampton, Kelton Boothe and Talin Mortensen
Kelton Boothe and Talin Mortensen

This week, the counselors have our 9th graders participating in some activities on UtahFutures.org.  They are taking an Interest Profiler and learning about careers, required education and wages that they are interested in. They are also able to do a search for Scholarships that they may qualify for when they are applying for college. They are learning about what to expect in the job market and how to get to where they want to be. 

Science Fair Winners

Lianna Flake, Keri Brailsford and Mrs. Hotchkiss

Congratulations to two of our 9th grade students, Keri Brailsford & Lianna Flake for winning the MNJHS Science Fair this year! Their project was “Digestion and Encapsulation of the Human Placenta” and they will go on to represent Mt. Nebo and compete at the next level. We had a lot of great projects submitted and want to thank the Science Department for encouraging our students to learn and create!

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