SCMS February Newsletter


Inclement Weather

We have had quite a robust winter! In the case of a delayed start or any other alternate schedule due to weather, the status will always be posted on both the Nebo website ( and our school website ( We will also use every method we can to notify you in case of an alternate schedule. Click HERE for Nebo District's inclement weather policy and process of determining weather-related delayed starts or closures.

Parent Teacher Conferences

Be sure to come to our LAST parent conference of the year! On February 9th from 3:45-8:00. Meet your student's new teachers and set some good goals for the remainder of the year.

Course Selection for Next Year

Its crazy to think that we thinking about course selection for the 2023-2024 school year.

Both grades will have paper forms for parents to sign, but course selection is ultimately done on Infinite Campus and will be done at school!

6th Grade:

Course selection information will be given on Feb 17th in pod classes. Be watching for course selection forms to come home this day! We will be going to the pod classes on February 28th to complete course selection on Infinite Campus.

7th Grade:

Springville Jr will be coming to visit on Feb 16. They will be sending home course selection forms. Students will complete their course selection during CCA/DLI class the following week, on February 22nd.


If you'd like to pre-order a yearbook you can do so under "My School Fees", or in the finance office with cash/check. Pay by February 28th! Yearbooks are $15.

We will have a limited surplus on a first come first serve basis for $20 on the day we hand out yearbooks in May. So order not to ensure you get a copy.

Nurses Corner

National HEART Month

Did you know…the heart beats around 100,000 times in a day and pumps 1.5 gallons of blood per minute?

February is national heart month and taking care of your heart may look different than you might think. Here are a few self-care tips to maintain a healthy heart.

- A daily dose of physical activity every day (a 30-minute brisk walk).

- Cook meals at home that are low in sodium and unhealthy fats.

- Take your medications as prescribed and keep your medical appointments.

- Sleep 7-8 hours per night.

- Manage stress in healthy ways. Read a book, meditate, take a bath, or take a few minutes to find some quiet time.

When talking about different types of heart disease it can be confusing. Keep in mind that “Cardiovascular Disease” is a term that is used for all types of disease that include the heart or blood vessels. 1 in 3 deaths are from some type of cardiovascular disease.

The following are ways to protect your heart.

- Ask your doctor about your blood pressure, cholesterol, and A1C.

- Reduce the sodium and increase fruits, veggies and whole grains.

- Be physically active.

- Don’t smoke.

- Manage stress.

- Keep your diabetes under control.

- Maintain a healthy weight.

Prevention and recognizing the signs and symptoms of heart disease can make a difference in your quality of life. Learn and find more information at

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We have some more AWESOME intramural's coming up this month.

*Anime Club: Mr. Dustin Anderson

Times/Dates: Tuesdays/Thursdays February 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, and 28 from 3:10-4 pm.


We will be watching anime, learning how to write our names in Japanese, how to draw anime characters, reading some manga, origami, and having a cosplay party with Japanese treats.

*Dungeons and Dragons Club: Ms.Sydney Boyer

Times/Dates: Tuesdays February 7, 14, 21, and 28 from 3:10-4 pm.


Dungeons & Dragons is a collaborative storytelling game in which players can create their own characters and set out together on a fantastic adventure. Then, working together as a team, the characters shape the game’s story to create a unique adventure, facing challenges and solving problems together.

Check the school website here for permission forms.

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Important Dates


9- Parent Teacher Conferences 3:45-8

16- School Level Battle of the Books for Participating Students

17- CCA Job Shadow Day

20- No School, Presidents Day

22- Student of the Month Breakfast for Nominated Students

24- District level Battle of the books

27-31- PACK Days