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High Honor Roll & Honor Roll for Term 3!

Congratulations to the following students who achieved a GPA of 3.5 or higher for 3rd Term!
 
Junior High High Honor
Julia Hernandez*
Jared Letzerich*
Maisy Melton
Camie Mehl
Benyse Millet
Isabel Fuentes*
Spencer Jackson*
Becca Cook
Ammon Beck*
Karley Carron-Campbell*
Eric Zavala
Malie Fuentes*
Kylee Simmons*
Sky Simmons*
Koda Trujillo
Emmalee Davidson
Dante Ketchum
Krista Larsen
Lucy Sloan*
Josiah Eaglefeather
Landon Goodman
Ellie Sloan
Ammon Anderson*
 
Junior Honor Roll
Kayden Cruz
Clifton Carron-Campbell Jr

High School High Honor
Kacey Melton*
Mitchell Grimaud Begay*
Taylon Morris
Ciera Alldredge*
Emilio Woody
Courtney Smith*
Micah Button*
Kelina Anderson*
Daisha Beck*
Ruby Campbell*
Jackson Adams
Jaxon Billy
Ella Boren
Carlitta Devenport*
Seka Groves*  
Nicole Powell*
 
High School Honor Roll
Sedona Belone
Calvin Walker
Joshua Mckee
Breanne Burby
Malena Mckee
Austin Butler
Brooke Carter
Sarah Pedro 

Headstart Enrollment for 2018-2019 School Year

Attributions: 
Lapita Frewin

Lapita Frewin, Headstart Family Advocate 

Headstart is currently enrolling students for the 2018-2019 school year. They are always looking for American Indian students to join their program. If you know of a Amercan Indian who has children ages 3-4, please pass along the information. Please contact Lapita Frewin for more information about the program or how to apply. Check out Headstart website to read more about enrollment and frequently asked questions. 

 

 

19th Annual American Indian Student Leadership Celebration

On Monday, Title VI students from Nebo School District had the opportunity to attend the 19th Annual American Indian Student Leadership Celebration. Teachers, students, and Title VI Coordinators from Alpine, Provo, and Nebo School District were in attendance for the event.

UVU Faculty and Staff kindly hosted our students during their Spring Break. Providing break out educational sessions for the students to attend. Break out sessions included Introduction to Amerian Indian Law, a writing workshop, health professions panel, and digital story presentation. Lunch was also provided for each student.

Awards were given by the Nebo Title VI Program and the Utah State Board of Education. Some award categories were: academic achievement, high attendance, service learning, performing arts, athletics, arts and crafts, heritage language, and community projects. Many of our Nebo students were recognized for multiple categories. As many as 21 American Indian students from various Junior Highs and High Schools across Nebo School District were awarded. The Title VI Staff is very proud of each of the students for their accomplishments. Keep up the great work students!

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First Ascent Scholars

Attributions: 
University Of Utah

First Ascent Scholars, a Jeff and Helen Cardon Foundation and David Eccles School of Business partnership, cultivates, encourages and enables academically focused students from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds to:

· Attend the Eccles School,
· Connect with the University of Utah, local and global community, and
· Reach their full academic potential.
 

Scholars are expected to give back to the broader community through volunteer work, engagement in First Ascent activities, and in their academic commitment at the Eccles School.

In return, the First Ascent Scholarship provides the opportunity for incoming college freshmen to engage in all college has to offer. Scholarship funds cover unmet financial need, room and board, fees, health insurance (if needed), tutoring costs, travel and more, to help scholars focus on achieving their academic best.

APPLICATION NOW OPEN!

Eligible students:
· Current high-school senior
· Applied or will apply to the University of Utah (scholarships will only be awarded to students admitted to the University of Utah)
· Demonstrated interest in business
· Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
 

Application deadline is April 10, 2018.

To learn more about the program check out their videos (program & student profiles) or website.

Patrick Willie Volunteers at 27 Different Schools

Attributions: 
Patrick Willie

Patrick Willie is a local American Indian who Hoop Dances competitively. He was taught many past Title VI students how to hoop dance and currently helps our Title VI Parent Committee with regalia projects. He volunteered his time and talent to 27 different schools in honor of Native American Heritage Month in November 2017. Some of the schools he volunteered at were in Nebo School District, primarily at Elementary schools. He does not have his own transportation, so he biked (200 plus miles) to a majority of these presentations.

He presented at Riverview Elementary during the month of November to the Kindergarten classes. A current kindergartener who attended Patrick's presentation said, "It was really cool", and she went on to add, "My whole class was smiling while he danced." It's wonderful to see positive role models making a difference in the education of our youth.

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