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Upcoming Parent Information Night on Oct 21st: Progress vs. Perfection with Dr. Christy Kane
Nebo is offering another class for parents called, “Progress not Perfection.”
When: October 21, 2019, at 7:00 p.m.
Where: Springville High, 1205 East 900 South
In this presentation, Kane talks about the difficulties teens face in today’s complex social media world as they sort through the journey of progress versus perfection.
➡ Anxiety is the number one issues facing teens.
➡ Depression rates are higher now than ever before.
➡ Teenage suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death.
➡ This is the 20% face of mental health.
Here is the SHS Newsletter for Sept. 16-20th. Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Wed, Sept.18th from 3:30-7:30pm. Monday, Sept.16th is a Minimal Day (with students being released at 11:15 am) and College Tour Day. Please see information for Swim Team and Boys Tennis.
August 30 Springville woke up excited for Game Day! Word spread quickly that our traveling opponents for that day’s game, Bountiful were dealing with a disastrous fire. Hundreds were evacuated and 3 homes were lost. After last year’s fire that affected some of our own students, Springville’s Student Council wanted to do something that showed our support and understanding for Bountiful. They quickly brainstormed and came up with the idea to try and raise even a little money to donate however Bountiful High School saw the greatest need. Donation buckets were placed at entrances and Student Council members went around at half time asking for spare change or dollars. They were able to raise a little over $400, half of which came from the student section alone and the rest from the community. After the game, the money was given to Bountiful’s Student Council to take back to their school. When all the post-game crowds cleared out, the Bountiful students stayed and cleaned up the trash in our bleachers. A big thanks to both Student Council’s for showing kindness, support and serving one another’s community.