Mrs. Ford's Digital Graphic Arts class had a great time with their daily "Creativity Challenge" today. They were able to get outside and away from the computer to build the tallest tower possible from 20 pipe cleaners. They encountered some challenges along the way when production costs were cut and they had to put one hand behind their back to work or when the company expanded globally and they couldn't communicate by talking. The year is off to a fun start!
Maple Mountain High School State Winning Agricultural Sales team competed last week to see if they were one of the 15 state teams that would be invited to compete in person at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana this October! Friday they received the good news, that they will be continuing in the National Contest!
Congratulations to Katy Wright, Karter Barbakos, Makenzi Thomas, and Raynee Richardson!
Way to go Ag Sales team!
CTE teachers gathered together for some breakfast and fun at the CTE Opening Social. Great food was enjoyed, games were played, fun prizes and a relaxing time were enjoyed by all of those in attendance. Let's make this year fun and at the end of the school year, we can all say I HAD FUN!
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You are invited to an information session about #CvEEN! Interested in learning about what our department does, what research faculty are working on, and opportunities within the department? We've got you covered! Register here to learn more about Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Starting on the first day of school, Wednesday, August 18, 2021, Nebo School District will again offer FREE breakfast and lunch for ALL Nebo students throughout the 2021-22 school year through an extended waiver from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Schools will serve meals in their cafeterias and maintain their regularly established schedules. Although not required, applications are encouraged and may help your family qualify for other benefits.
Salem Hills High School students Brie Erickesen, Peyton Kilpatrick, Sydney Murdoch, and Kaitlyn Millar all had an amazing showing at our FCCLA National Leadership Conference! Brie competed in Fashion Design and won 1st Place overall in the nation. She won a $36,000 scholarship to FIDM in Los Angeles, and she can't wait to attend there after high school. Peyton, Sydney, and Kaitlyn competed on a team in the Hospitality and Tourism category and won a Gold medal. We are so proud of all of their hard work,
Hey! Are any students interested in an Electrical or Plumbing Apprenticeship?! There are now daytime courses available for Seniors in HS to take without being employed. These courses are set up so that students will be able to take the "first-year" coursework for plumbing or electrical in one semester as well as the "second year" in the following semester. Ultimately, a student can complete 2 years of course work in 2 semesters.