Student Make-up Day
Tuesday, May 17th is our last "Student Make-up Day!" Teachers will be in there classrooms until 4:00 pm. Parents are invited to come check in with teachers also.
Playoffs are here! Come support your SFHS Dons Lacrosse team who earned Home field advantage for game 1 tomorrow at 4pm on the turf as they take on Region 9 competitor Cedar Valley. Bring your friends and get ready to cheer them on. Good Luck Dons!
- DATE: Tuesday, 5/17
- TIME: Face-off 4pm
- LOCATION: SF HS (football field)
- OPPONENT: Cedar Valley Aviators
Track and Field
On Friday, we had our District Track Finals Meet at Salem Hills High School, and the following people did terrific in their events! What a fantastic season for the Lobos Track Team!
Girls 4X2 team got 1st place: Makayla Smith, Lilley Knight, Laryn Davis, and Cassie Larsen
Boys 4X2 team got 3rd place: Ryder Bowen, Murray Adamson, Zachary Manning, Tyler Higginson
Girls 100 Meters: Cassie Larsen 1st place
Boys 4X1 team got 3rd place: Ryder Bowen, Farren Hardy, Murray Adamson, Tyler Higginson
Girls 800 Meters: McKenna Andersen 1st place
Boys 800 Meters: Austin Olsen 1st place, Caleb Ryskamp 2nd place
Girls 4X4 got 1st place Sofia Colton, Kelsie Applegarth, Tessa Moore, and Laryn Davies
Men's Shot put: Brady Thompson got 2nd place
Men's Discus: Brady Thompson got 1st place
Girls High Jump: Cassie Larsen got 2nd place.
9th Grade Student Council Representatives
Congratulations to our 9th grade Student Council Representatives for 2022-2023:
Ethan Apsley, Levi Christley, Andrew Cook, Paige Creer, Oaklee Hamann, Josh Jorgensen, Luke Mason, and Libby Warner.
Donate to Help Stop Food Insecurity
For the last few weeks of school Mrs. Terry's AP Human Geography class is doing a fundraiser to help stop food insecurity in the world and in Spanish Fork. QR codes will be put up around the school on posters, vending machines, etc. If you would like to donate to a food pantry in Spanish Fork, scan a pink QR code, and if you want to donate to a global one, scan a yellow QR code.
After school throughout this week, our first annual volleyball tournament was raging! 12 teams of 4 faced off in epic battles in this double elimination tournament sponsored by Student Council.
After some crazy volleys and sacrificing digging, our championship teams have been determined and will play for the title on Monday.
SNAC featuring Cohen Young, Aiden Day, Sam Liechty, and Coach Nowell have fight their way up through the consolation bracket to duel it out against Teti Foi Feti made up of Kono Naulu, Elai Kolomolu, Elias Naulu, and Sara Thompson.
Last Chance Dance
The end of year dance is right around the corner and you don’t want to miss out. In order to go, you need no U’s in citizenship and no detention time. It costs 3 dollars with your ID and 5 dollars without it and you must be a student of Spanish Fork Junior High. The theme is “Bikers vs Surfers” so come as a Biker or a Surfer. The dance will be Wednesday, May 18 from 5-7.
Chromebooks will be turned in on Monday, March 23rd during the math classes. Please make sure you have all stickers removed and it is clean!
Locker Clean out!
Monday, May 23rd is the last day students who have lockers will be allowed to use them. By the end of the day students will need to have everything out of the lockers and make sure it is clean.
Last Day! May 27th
We want to remind parents and students that on the last day of school students will need to enter the building at the main enterance. Students will not be allowed to bring bags, back packs or jackets! Also, please make sure you follow dress code!
The Talent Show will be coming up MAY 20th!
This year will be able to perform in front of a live audience, and we want all those who want to share their gifts to audition. More information will come next week on the audition process, but start thinking of how and what you want to perform.
Music (singing, piano, guitar, etc)
Cool Sports Tricks
Stand up comedy
Don't limit yourself to what has typically been done in the past. If you have an amazing talent, let's display it!
"If you have a library fine due to a late or missing library book, remember, you can return the book and the fine will be erased if it is under $5.00. If you owe a fine for a lost or late book. return the book and get your fine erased. If you have lost the book, see Mrs. Brockbank for the amount owed, then pay Susan Fay for the book to clear your fines. Please take care of these fines before it is time to purchase Lagoon tickets. It is frustrating to wait in line in the office to purchase your tickets just to find out you can't because you owe a fine to the library. Notices have been distributed in English classes and a fines list is posted in the library."
All Nebo Jr. Highs will have a combined Art Show, displaying student art at the Covey Center in Provo for the start of the Provo City Art Stroll. It starts Friday May 6th through June 1st. Opening reception is at 6 pm on Friday evening.
2022-23 Registration Is Open Now!
Registration for the 2022-23 school year is NOW OPEN for all families currently enrolled in Nebo schools. Please log into your Infinite Campus Parent Portal to complete your annual registration and to add any children attending for the first time in 2022-23 (Kindergarten).
You can access your portal here: Infinite Campus Parent Portal
To start your registration, select More at the bottom left of the menu
Select Online Registration
Click Start to the right of 22-23 Existing Student Registration. If you need to add another student who did not attend Nebo last year, you will have the opportunity to register them during this process (a birth certificate and immunizations for new students will be required)
Select Begin Registration then follow the instructions
Review and update all demographic information and sign all release agreements
Elementary donations can be submitted immediately in the Parent Portal
Free/Reduced lunch applications will be available in the Parent Portal July 1st
Secondary fees/fee waivers will be available in July/August
Registration for families new to Nebo will open on April 11. Feel free to share this information with friends and neighbors.
If your student will not be returning to Nebo for the 2022-23 school year, please contact your boundary school.
For information and to apply for online learning, please go to the Nebo Online Learning link or call 801-489-2833.
Thank you for your support and for the privilege of educating your children.
We are sending out detention notices by e-mail one a weekly basis. Students are allowed 8 free tardies since school started before they have to start serving detention. Here is a break down of how it works:
-On the 9th tardy and every one after that the students will need to serve 15 min. of detention for each one.
- Late tardy = 30 min. detention
-Sluff = 1 hour of detention
Detention is not given to students for unexcused abscences at this time.
Students are expected to follow the directions on the e-mail sent to them.
Any student with unserved detentions will not be allowed to participate in field trips, school activities or sports. Students will have to have all detentions made up before they can go to Lagoon. We are tentatively planning to go May 24th!