APRIL 24, 2023
National Anthem: Karlee Christianson and Heidi Wansgaard
Tuesday, April 25th - Track Meet @ Salem Jr. @ 2pm
Wednesday, April 26th - Boys Tennis vs. Salem Jr. @ 3:30pm
Friday, April 28th - Lagoon Permission Slips/Information going home with students
Tue. May 2nd - Tue. May 16th - Lagoon Tickets being soldTuesday, May 16th - Student Make-Up Day. 2:40 - 4:00pm
Tuesday, May 23rd - Lagoon Day
Congratulations to Miss Johnson!
END OF YEAR TESTING
8th Grade Rise
Science: May 1-5
9th Grade Aspire: Please see 9th Grade Room Assignments below
Make up Testing: May 8th-19th
Reminders for End of Year Testing:
- Bring your Chromebook everyday, fully charged.
- Headphones will be used. You may bring your own, or we can provide them.
- Get your rest!
- Eat a healthy breakfast!
- Try your best!
Just a quick reminder regarding Lagoon Day...
Criteria for students to attend:
- No outstanding balances including: lunch account, unpaid school fees, library fines, text book fines from classes etc.
- No F's in 4th term.
- No more than 3 hours of detention.
- No N or U for citizenship in more than one class.
- Administrative Ineligibility (based on a pattern of behavior that may put themselves or others at risk).
If you have any outstanding detention hours totaling more than 3 hours, please start working on them sooner than later!
A "Parent Information and Permission Slip" will be handed out to students on Friday, April 28th, and will contain information regarding cost, departure and return times etc.
May 8-12 will be a food supply drive for our student pantry. We will be collecting specific items that create food packets for our students in great need. Start collecting granola bars, slim jims or jerky, protein drinks, cup of noodles, and basic snacks for these packets. We will be hosting a competition through the 7th period classes. Fun awards! More information to come!
Library books due!
8th Grade Campaign Week
This week is campaign week for all 8th graders running for student council next week. Applications, evaluations, and posters should be done by Monday, April 24th. The lunch campaign in on Wednesday, and voting will be on Thursday. Good luck to all those students willing to put themselves out there and run for office! If you have any questions, contact Susan Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nebo School District is sharing the talents and artistic passion of our upcoming youth, through their visual 2D and 3D art works and creations.
When: May 5th through May 31st
Reception Friday May 5th, 6-9 PM
Awards Ceremony @ 7 PM
Where: Covey Center for the Arts, 425 W. Center St. Provo
End of year Talent Show
Our annual TALENT SHOW is coming up! It will be on Thursday, May 18th. Auditions for the talent show will be after school on May 4th. Sign up information will be coming soon.
Have you ever heard of “stinking thinking?” No, it’s not when you have rotten banana peels and dirty diapers on your mind.
Stinking thinking is a term used by Allan Pauole, a Clinical Mental Health Counselor with Revere Health, to describe the negative self-talk we often subject ourselves to. It isn’t just adults that fall victim to these thoughts. Children also have the tendency to think negatively about themselves and sometimes verbalize these things.
What is the best way to respond when your child says, “I’m so stupid!”? Find out by listening to the EveryDay Strong Podcast this week.
Okay, you can go back to thinking about banana peels now.