School Events for May 23-27

 Tuesday May 24th:

  • School lets out at 11:15 a.m. (Breakfast will be served)

  • Graduation at UVU 2 p.m. (graduates need to be there @ 1 p.m.)

  • Softball vs. Corner Canyon in SLC

  • Senior all-night party

Wednesday May 25th:

  • State Softball

  • Track and Field banquet

Thursday May 26th:

  • State Softball (if win on Wed.)

Friday May 27th:

  • A/B day

  • Last day of school (1/2 day) out @ 11:15 a.m.

  • Breakfast will not be served


Springville’s Girls Track and Field finish 2nd at State Championships, Boys place 5th

by Jeff Wales, Track Coach
Girls State Trophy
Boys 4x100 Relay
Girls 4x100 Relay Champs
Senior Girls State Trophy
Hayden 800m Champ
Kennedy 100m Champ
Kennedy 200m 2nd
Kennedy and Jayden
Julie Sumsion 1600m

Springville’s Lady Red Devil girls track team was led by Juniors Kennedy Clement and Julie Sumsion.  Clement was the 100m champion, 2nd in the 200m, 1st 4x100m relay, and 3rd in the long jump. Sumsion was 3rd in the 1600m, 4th in the 3200m, 5th in the 800m, and 5th in the Medley relay. Other members of the winning girls 4x100m relay were Ciara Snapp, Elise Goodrich, and Jayden Nelson.

Springville’s boys track team placed 5th overall and were led by juniors Haden Penrod and Brennen Rymer.  Penrod was the 800m champion, 5th in 1600m, and 1st in the 4x400m relay. Rymer was 1st in the 4x400m, 3rd in the 4x100m relay, and 4th in the 200m. Others on the winning 4x400m, which set a new school record, were Sean Holloway and Randal Gleave. Running on the 4x100m relay with Brennen was Sean Holloway, Chris Jensen, and Devyn Tate. Grant Gardner was 8th in the 1600m, setting a new Utah State record for freshman.

Mandi Wilson, Nebo PEAK Award Winner


Mandi Wilson, History Teacher, Springville High
Nominated by:  Aubrey Thornock 

Nebo School District wants to showcase our Positive Energy and Kind employees. PEAK Awards are nominated by patrons and recognized by the Superintendent Staff and Nebo School Board of Education. The award is administered by the Communications and Community Relations Department. 

Aubrey Thornock nominated Mandi Wilson.  Thornock said, “Mandi is always going above and beyond helping students. I am a counselor so I hear a lot of what the students say about teachers. Students are comfortable talking to her about anything. Mandi is always willing to bend over backwards for our kids. Students enjoy her class, and they really enjoy her. Students trust her. Mandi tries to understand where kids are coming from before making a judgement on how to handle each situation. Mandi is a pleasure to work with.”

“It was a huge honor to be nominated by Mrs. Thornock.  I am so lucky to have a job that I love. Confucious said, ‘Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.’ I couldn't agree more,” said Mandi Wilson.