Nizhónígo Nee Ado’ááł (Have a beautiful day)
Running Strong Dreamstarters Shakotah Billie and Rose Quintana teamed up to collect donations to aid the Navajo Nation Reservation. The Navajo Nation occupies portions of northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico in the United States. Great job girls, our program is proud of you both and we are so grateful for your willingness to help those in need. Ahéhee' (Thank you in Navajo)
Joshua is a graduating senior from Salem Hills High School. His friends and family would describe him as a wonderful young man with a quick wit, and fun personality. Joshua belongs to the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians. In his free time, Joshua enjoys playing lacrosse, woodworking, and hunting. The Office and Parks and Rec are his favorite TV shows. His favorite food is Fried Chicken.
In high school, Joshua participated in lacrosse, wrestling, and track. His year he made the Varsity Lacrosse team, however due to COVID-19 restrictions he was unable to play. His favorite class in high school was woodshed. He took four woodshed classes during his senior year.
In the future, Joshua plans on becoming a Marine Biologist. This upcoming Fall, Joshua plans on attending the University of Utah. He also plans on serving a full-time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Congratulations on your upcoming graduation, Joshua! Nebo School District and our program are so proud of you! You have already accomplished so much during your high school career. We are excited to see what wonderful accomplishments are in store for you next. Wishing you the best today, and always!
Jerett Daley is a graduating senior from Salem Hills High School. He belongs to the Cherokee Tribe. His family and friends describe him as a gentle giant. He is a soft-spoken, kind-hearted young man. He is a walking encyclopedia on knowledge and he has an incredible sense of humor.
In his free time, Jerett enjoys the company and companionship of his dog. Jerett's dog is deaf and he as trained her to use basic sign commands as communication. Jerett's favorite show is the Mandalorian. His favorite quote is by Yoda, "Do or do not, there is no try."
In high school, Jerett enjoyed playing football. He has excelled in his academics. His favorite classses were 2D and 3D Design with Mr. Stone. One of his most memorable moment from high school was being voted Student of the Month for December 2019. Jerett's future plans include attending Utah Valley University this upcoming Fall and eventually earning a degree in Biology.
Jerett, you are such a bright and talented young man. You are definitely on your way to great things. Our program is excited about your future college endeavors. We are wishing you the best, always. Congratulations on your upcoming graduation!
Macy Redhouse is a graduating senior from Salem Hills High School. She is from the Navajo Tribe. Her family and friends describe her as fun, loving, kind, and hardworking. In her free time, Macy loves spending time with her friends and family. She also enjoys spending time outside especially hiking.
Foods that Macy enjoys are strawberries, potatoes, and ice cream. Macy likes listening to alternative & hip hop music. When asked about her favorite color she said, "Turquoise & light purple because turquoise jewelry is pretty and I love lavenders."
In high school, she played volleyball. She is an exceptional volleyball player and lettered in varsity volleyball at her high school. Macy and her team were 2019 region champions. Her favorite class was Environmental Science. Macy has a lot of memorable moments from high school. She loved attending school dances, football/basketball games, and playing volleyball. Macy's future plans include going to college for a year to complete her generals, serve a full-time LDS mission for 18 months, then return to BYU to continue furthering her education. In closing, we will end with her favorite quote, "If there is no struggle there is no progress."
Macy, our program is extremely proud of you an all your many accomplishments so far. You are on your way to great things. You are a shining star in our program and Nebo School District. Good luck in your future endeavors and congratulations on your upcoming graduation!
Access the Nebo School District E-Book Library with Sora
STEP 1 - Choose your method:
- Use the Sora app, or use an Internet Browser (Chrome, Internet Explorer, etc.)
- The Sora App is free to download from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store
- If you are using a device that doesn't have the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store, you can access Sora in an internet browser at soraapp.com
STEP 2 - Find Nebo School District's collection:
- Click - I have a setup code at the bottom center of the screen.
- Nebo setup code is nebout. Enter it in the available line.
- Click the green "Get started" button.
STEP 3 - Select the correct option from the dropdown menu:
- Click the dropdown
STEP 4 - Sign in with your school Google email and password (personal Google accounts will not work).
March 18, 2020
In this ever-changing environment, Nebo School District is working hard to meet the needs of the children in our communities. Nebo School District’s Child Nutrition Department has received a fee waiver from the State Board of Education through the USDA. Therefore:
FREE NUTRITION PROGRAM for AGES 0 to 18
Beginning Thursday, March 19, 2020, from 9:00 - 11:30 a.m., we have been authorized to offer Free Grab-n-Go breakfasts and lunches at the following locations for all children ages 0 - 18, Monday through Friday until further notice. Children from any school may pick up meals at these locations, but the children must be present to pick up meals and both meals may be picked up at the same time.
Please go to this link for all the details. Nebo Free Child Nutrition Program March 19, 2020.
- Must be Native American, Alaska Natives determined by Federal 506 Identification form.
- Be a Senior in Nebo School District
- Plans to attend an accredited college/university or technical/vocational school in the Fall of 2020
- GPA above 3.0 is desirable, however, all aspects of this application will be weighted
- Scholarship can only be used for tuition and books
- This scholarship is a one time, non-renewable scholarship
Our Title VI team encourages you to complete this application online. The on-line applicaiton can be found here. However, if you would like to you can still fill out a hard copy application and return it to Eileen Quintana at Larsen Elementary. A hard copy application can be found here.
ONNSFA's 2020-2021 ONLINE APPLICATION OPENS MARCH 15
The Office of Navajo Nation Scholarship & Financial Assistance's online application for the 2020-2021 academic year will open on March 15, 2020. The deadline to submit applications and required documents is June 25, 2020.
The application is open to full-time and part-time undergraduates and graduates. For additional details: https://onnsfa.org/what-you-need-to-apply
Nebo Title VI Parents and Guardians,Good Afternoon! I hope all is well with our Title VI families. I hope all families are adjusting well, and have the resources they need at home to promote student learning. I wanted to share some online resources to keep your elementary students learning as they may have some free time in the upcoming weeks.
- Scholastics Learn from Home
- National Geography for Kids
- Into the Book
- Fun Brain
- PBS Kids
- Star Fall
- Storyline Online
- Highlights Kids
- Online- Virtual Field Trips
- Oxford Owl
- Santaquin/Payson/Salem: Eileen Quintana
- Spanish Fork: Natalie Billie
- Spanish Fork/Mapleton: Shoshana Begay
- Springville: Analysa Allison