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Ruby Campbell

Submitted by analysa.allison on Thu, 04/25/2019 - 16:08

Ruby is a graduating Senior from Spanish Fork High School. Ruby's friends and family would describe her as kind, smart, and hardworking. She is from the Cherokee Tribe.

Some activities Ruby likes to do in her free time is to draw, watch movies, and play sports. Ruby is a very talented individual and she played softball for the Spanish Fork Dons. She has spent a lot of time and dedication practicing the sport she loves. Her favorite foods are pomegranates & chicken fingers. Blue is her favorite color. Her favorite quote is by Dr. Suess, "Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory."

Ruby is a strong and motivated young lady who makes her education a priority in her life. During her high school career, she has received exceptional grades and has been on the high honor roll many times. In high school, her favorite class was Art. She was able to create wonderful artwork, and the class ended up being a way for her to de-stress.

Ruby has plans of serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints immediately following graduation. She would also like to go to Europe and travel.

Congratulations, Ruby! The Nebo Title VI Program is extremely proud of you. You have accomplished so much already, and we know that you will accomplish wonderful things in the future.


Nebo Title VI Public Meeting

Submitted by analysa.allison on Thu, 04/25/2019 - 10:28

Nebo Title VI Public Meeting

May 6, 2019

5:30-6:30 pm

Larsen Elementary Title VI Classroom

This meeting will provide an opportunity for Nebo Title VI American Indian parents and community to understand and make recommendations on proposed Formula Grant project. We will discuss project objectives, activities and financial obligations in Nebo Title VI Indian Education Formula grant.

Please come and participate in your child's education

2018-2019 budget and program services.


Camp Eagle Summer School 2019

Submitted by analysa.allison on Tue, 04/16/2019 - 16:27
Children working at school desk 
Summer School will be held June 3-27, 2019

Summer School is intended for students ages PK-12th grade. We will have classes separated by age groups where we will incorporate rotations of math, reading, circle time, artist in residence, pow wow dancing, and regalia making workshop for parents. A preschool is provided for ages 3-5 (must be potty trained). Space is limited so please contact Eileen Quintana to register. 

Pow-Wow will be held on Saturday, June 29th at the North Park behind Costco in Spanish Fork.


American Indian Business Leaders Presentation

Submitted by analysa.allison on Tue, 04/16/2019 - 10:50
Jacob Crane


American Indian Business Leaders


The American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL) have extended an invitation to you to attend a presentation about Business Leadership is this Thursday evening (April 18th) at 6PM in the Multicultural Center located at UVU in the LA building. AIBL is a native nonprofit organization geared towards empowering Indigenous youth in the fields of entrepreneurship, business, and economic development, and leadership within Indian Country. AIBL also has an amazing paid summer internship program for 18-30 year olds. I will explain more about this internship program on Thursday. 

For more information about this organization please visit this website:
Video highlighting more infromation about this organization:

Financial Aid Workshop for American Indian Seniors

Submitted by analysa.allison on Wed, 04/10/2019 - 10:43

This workshop will be facilitated by Tino Diaz who works at Utah Valley University as an Educational Opportunity Center Grant Director. Please come prepared with 2017 taxes (student and/or parents), W2’s, and make sure you know your social security number. This is a wonderful opportunity for students to get their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completed in order to see if they are qualified for Pell grants and work-study. All other scholarships including tribal based their information from FAFSA to determine your financial need. Parents and Guardians are encouraged to attend this event with their student. We hope to see you at the event! 

Title VI Family Field Trip (Canoe Mobile)

Submitted by analysa.allison on Mon, 04/08/2019 - 17:16

Parents and Guardians,
We would like to extend an invitation to participate in this field trip. Spots are filling up quickly. This field trip is for students in 3rd-12th grade only. Parents are required to attend this field trip with their child. Parents are responsible to excusing students from school to participate, and also need to opt students into this field trip by signing a wavier. To sign up for this field trip email Eileen Quintana


You may reserve your spot by registerting here:

Please visit this website for more information: 


Title VI Staff


Utah Energy Workforce Scholarship

Submitted by analysa.allison on Sat, 04/06/2019 - 11:18

Over the past two years the Governor's Office of Energy has partnered with Chevron to advance Utah’s energy workforce by providing 13 scholarships, totaling $48,000 to high school seniors who intend to pursue a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) field of study or trade certification at a Utah institution of higher learning. This includes:

· Five $4,000 scholarships for students attending a Utah college or university
· Five $2,000 scholarships for students attending a Utah technical college

TO APPLY - Applicants must submit the following to OED's Energy Program Specialist, Kevin Brooks ( by May 1, 2019:
· A five-minute informative original film on an energy resource found in Utah responsible for supporting local economies and powering our daily lives (smartphone filming guide attached)
· A short, 1-2 page essay on why they are passionate about energy, their STEM goals, and how the scholarship would help to support them.

There is just one month left to apply. Please join us in getting the word out about this excellent funding opportunity for future STEM students. A complete set of instructions and further guidance can be found on their education website

Nebo Title VI Native Clubs

Submitted by analysa.allison on Wed, 03/27/2019 - 12:41
Photos by: Eileen Quintana, Natalie Billie and Shoshana Begay

Did you know that each Jr. High and High School in Nebo School District offers a Native Club? Native club is intended to create an environment where students can learn about American Indian contributions and culture, meet with other American Indian students, and work on arts and crafts together.

Native clubs meet monthly, and the day and time depend on which school you attend. Please check our calendar for more information. Any student who attends Nebo School District can attend Native Club. We encourage non-native students to join. 

Title VI Representatives are responsible for an assigned area within Nebo School District. Please reach out to your Title VI Representative for more information about your specific Native Club. Encourage your students to attend Native Club. Title VI Representatives often distribute activity information and scholarship opportunities out through Native Club.


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