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Driver's Ed Summer Registration

Submitted by sheramy.green on Mon, 2020-04-27 11:48

Just a reminder that registration forms open this Fri at 7am. It's all online this year. You will find all information including registation instructions and class dates/times on the Driver's Education Website. Make sure you pay the fee before registration opens so that you can access the signup right away. Registration is first-come, first-served and receipt required. Note: school offices do not open until 8am, so plan accordingly. Receipt number is required and payment is not a guarantee of summer placement.

Nebo Offering Free Breakfast and Lunch Grab-N-Go Meals

Submitted by beth.hansen on Fri, 2020-04-24 16:54
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Just a reminder that Nebo is offering free meals, breakfast and lunch, for all children ages 0 to 18 years. Click on the following link for the most up-to-date information: https://www.nebo.edu/sites/nebo.edu/files/Nebo%20Free%20Meals%204%2024%2020.pdf.  

 

Grab-N-Go meals will be served at free sites only. All paid sites have closed. Meal service will be 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and is available for all children, ages 0-18. Grab-n-Go meals include both breakfast and lunch. Please see below to find a site near you.

 

Free Grab-N-Go Sites:

Santaquin Area

Santaquin Elementary, 25 S 400 W

Apple Valley Elementary, 105 E 770 N

Goshen Area

Goshen Elementary 60 N Center

Payson Area 

Barnett Elementary, 456 N 300 E

Mt. Nebo Junior High, 851 W 450 S

Park View Elementary, 360 S 100 E

Taylor Elementary, 92 S 500 W

Wilson Elementary, 590 W 500 S

Spanish Fork Area

Brockbank Elementary, 340 W 500 N

Diamond Fork Junior High, 50 N 900 E

Landmark High School, 612 S Main

Larsen Elementary, 1175 E Flonette Dr

Park Elementary, 90 N 600 E

Springville Area

Brookside Elementary, 750 E 400 S

Cherry Creek Elementary, 484 S 200 E

Meadow Brook Elementary, 748 S 950 W

Springville Junior High, 189 S 1470 E

Springville High School, 1205 E 900 S

Westside Elementary School, 740 W Center

 

Please call Child Nutrition with any questions at 801-354-7438. We look forward to serving you. 

SHS 2020 Salutatorian: Drew Watson

Submitted by sheramy.green on Fri, 2020-04-17 14:27
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During his time as a proud Red Devil, Drew Watson has been an active participant in National Honors Society, SHS swim team, an actor in The Phantom of the Opera, Orchestra cellist and represented SHS as a sterling scholar semi finalist. Outside of school he is a captain of his currently sidelined water polo team, plays as many musical instruments as he can get his hands on (cello, piano, drums, bass guitar), and an avid outdoorsman who loves rock climbing, surfing, skiing, snowboarding, camping, hiking and long road trips. He works as a lifeguard, cello teacher, martial arts instructor and voluntary tutor, though social distancing measures have sidelined some of these for now as well. Drew’s future plans are to attend Utah State on a presidential scholarship, and possibly a mission for his church. He thinks it would be cool to be an astrophysicist or game designer, so he is double majoring in physics and computer science. Drew is grateful for all of the people who have made his time at SHS so fulfilling. Congratulations Red Devils 2020!!!!

SHS 2020 Valedictorian: Emmalee Osborn

Submitted by sheramy.green on Fri, 2020-04-17 14:22
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Emmalee has loved participating in both track and choir throughout high school and at Mapleton Jr High. Her classes have kept her busy, yet she still managed to make time for her favorite activity-- spending time with her friends. This fall she plans to attend BYU and eventually serve a mission.

State ASL Competition Winners

Submitted by sheramy.green on Fri, 2020-04-17 13:59
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Congrats to our ASL State Competition winners!!!

ASL 1 ABC Story 1st place: Abigail Payne- Bedtime Sneak read  https://youtu.be/K37bUpwFsxk

ASL 1 ABC Story 2nd place: Alexis Christensen- Life of Flowers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HimPQHMTX_Q&feature=youtu.be

ASL 1 Deaf Art 2nd place: Nicole Allen

ASL 3 Deaf Art 3rd place: Bailey Murray     Bailey Art interpretation: I really wanted to show the beauty of asl, and we've been talking a lot in class on what makes asl unique/beautiful? I noticed other languages rely on hearing, or ears for their ability to understand the language. However, in ASL we rely on our eyes to receive information which is why I wanted to make this piece. The leaves around the eye give you a focal point towards the eye, and the pop of color shows the beauty to the language.

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