Lobo Update


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This week we had Wyatt Moses lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance, he is a member of our Leadership Class, and Isabella Beecher sang the National Anthem. Both did a great job!

Parent Teacher Conferences

We will be holding parent teacher conferences on Thursday, Dec. 2nd. We would love to all our parents and students come meet with teachers! It will be held from 3:30 to 7:00 pm. We will also have mini parent conferences on Jan. 6th from 2:40- 4:00 pm where teachers will be in there classroom to help students and parents with questions or concerns.

PTA help!

We are in need of help for the following upcoming events. Click on the links to sign-up. Thanks!

December 2 Parent Teacher Conference Dinner - 3:30-7pm.


December 8 Goodie Wednesday. For those that have signed up we have changed the date - there are still some spots available. Click on the link to sign-up:


December 17 Teacher Christmas Breakfast 7:30am - We want to treat the teachers to a Christmas Breakfast before the break. Please sign up if able to donate.


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Parents & Students are invited to meet with their Counselor for an individual CCR (College & Career Readiness) meeting. This is a great opportunity to discuss high school graduation requirements, post secondary education and the many programs that guide these future goals. Please refer to the email sent out on November 5th for details/signups or contact the Counseling Center @ 801-798-4081


The FCCLA Christmas movie party will be Friday, December 3rd at 3:00 in B6. Come meet some FCCLA state officers, enjoy a Christmas movie and eat some yummy treats.

Spanish Fork Jr High's FCCLA chapter is selling socks to support We Help Two's Socks for Legs Campaign. Every 90 packages of socks sold will provide a prosthetic leg for someone in need. Our goal is to sell enough socks to provide at least one prosthetic leg. We will also receive one pair of socks per package sold that we can donate to local needs. Please help us meet our goal by going to https://go.wehelptwo.com/campaign/?campaignid=13654 and buying a package of socks.


Did you know that one in three children currently live in a stepfamily? This includes many of the children within the Nebo school district. Utah State University's "Healthy Relationships Utah" has developed a program specifically for this underserved population and we'd love your help spreading the word. Smart Steps is a free, research-based curriculum that parents can attend virtually or in-person.

Throughout this course, facilitators teach evidence-based strategies on increasing family unity, empathy led discipline, family finances, strengthening the couple relationship, healthy co-parenting, and stress management. Stepfamilies face unique challenges but we're here to help.

Many schools have connected their families to this great resource by adding our virtual flier to their monthly newsletter, posting it on each school's website, or through announcement systems such as Peachjar. Would it be possible for you to do that for the families you serve? If so, let me know and I'd be happy to answer any questions you have moving forward.

Thank you for the work you do every day for the kids in your care.

Nicole Brouwer

Stepfamily Education Coordinator

Utah State University

You can learn more about our program here: https://extension.usu.edu/hru/courses/smart-steps-for-stepfamilies

Smart Steps for Stepfamilies | USU

Stepfamilies can be successful! This free 7-session course meets once a week for two hours and is for dating, cohabitating, or remarried couples or individuals who have a child or children from a previous relationship.


Lobo Way Characteristic Focus this week

Forgive and Accept

- Use mistakes as a learning opportunity to grow and improve

- Reflect on my work and identify my strengths and areas for growth

- Give honest feedback to others and accept feedback when it is given

Detention E-mails

Parents and Students,

We are sending out detention notices by e-mail one a weekly basis. Students are allowed 4 free tardies since school started before they have to start serving detention. Here is a break down of how it works:

-On the 3rd tardy and everyone 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 the last week of school!

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New Information on COVID Tracking

Click this link to get new information from the Utah County Health Department.

Utah County Health Letter to Families 9/14/21

Utah County Health Letter to Families in Spanish 9/14/21

Students and Parents, We would love to post pictures of you doing your thing! What ever it may be. Send to Blake.mortensen@nebo.edu