NEBO Students Compete at Educators Rising

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Mon, 03/07/2022 - 09:10

On March 2 Nebo School District students had the opportunity to compete at Educators Rising state competition.  Each student planned and prepared for their competition and we are very proud of their hard work.  Nebo students received the following awards:

3rd Place in Exploring Education Administration Careers: Caitlyn Matys, ALC

2nd Place in Exploring Education Administration Careers: Ava Mickelson, ALC

2nd Place in Job Interview: Maloree Davis, ALC

3rd Place in Teacher Created Materials: Cole Gillespie, ALC

Ashleigh Redman

MMHS Accepts UVU Award

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Thu, 02/17/2022 - 13:11

Maple Mountain High School  Principal, Shea Bradshaw, and Concurrent Enrollment Coordinator, Robyn Dunn, accepted the Concurrent Enrollment Diversity and Inclusion Award from UVU today on behalf of our concurrent enrollment program. MMHS had the highest percentage increase of underserved students participating in concurrent enrollment classes. Thank you to all of our teachers for all they do to help our students succeed in their college-level classes!


Robyn Dunn

SFHS Digital Graphic Arts Class Design in Photoshop

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Thu, 02/03/2022 - 14:34

Mrs. Ford's amazing Digital Graphic Arts students worked hard to bring their own original movie idea to life by taking pictures for and designing a movie poster in Photoshop.  They had so much fun seeing their movie posters professionally printed in a large format that they can take home and display!

If you are looking for a really fun class to take next year make sure to sign up for Digital Graphic Arts!


Elise Ford

Congratulations to Salem Hills Amazing DECA Team

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Mon, 01/24/2022 - 09:40

DECA is an association of marketing students that encourages the development of business and leadership skills through academic conferences and competitions. Each competition includes a written test over business and marketing information, as well as two role-playings, problem-solving events. Students are judged on the basis of their ability to develop and communicate sound, creative, and thorough solutions to the problem situations. 

Aubrey Turnbow