3/9/23 SJHS Newsletter — 9/3/23 Boletín SJHS

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Thu, 03/09/2023 - 15:42

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Dear SJHS families:

We’re excited for our school musical, The Addams Family, to open next week! Please see the details and how to purchase tickets below.

Just a reminder that today is the end of term 3, and students don’t have school tomorrow. Events for next couple weeks:

Tiffanie Miley, Principal

Term 3/4 Super Knights

Submitted by april.rockwood on Wed, 03/08/2023 - 12:03

At our assembly this morning we recognized and celebrated 8 students as our Term 3 and Term 4 Super Knights. These students exemplify what it means to be a Knight at Springville Jr. High. They are responsible citizens, successful learners, effective communicators, and allies for their classmates. Check out what their teachers had to say about them:

8th Grade Super Knights

June Davis: "June is a rockstar! I really look up to her. She is such a great example to everyone around her."

Peter Harlow: "Peter is a thoughtful and considerate person. He adds value to any group or class he is a part of with his helpful, positive attitude and happy demeanor."

MathCounts Team Wins at BYU Competition

Submitted by april.rockwood on Tue, 03/07/2023 - 13:26

Our MathCounts team competed at the BYU MathCounts competition in February. We had 12 students participate in the competition. Our team of 4 students took 1st place, including Payton Pratt, Neil Payne, George Bassett, and Preston Lefler.

In the individual competition, two of our Springville students placed in the top 12. Luke Pratt, who joined our students from Spring Canyon Middle Shool, placed 8th overall as a 6th grader! George Bassett from SJHS was the 2nd student from our group to place in the top 12. These two will be joined by our 4 person team to compete at the state competition later this month. Congratulations!

This Week's "Be an Ally" Recipients

Submitted by april.rockwood on Fri, 03/03/2023 - 09:28

We want to recognize this week’s “Be an Ally” recipients. Ms. Anderson nominated Zee Lewis for being willing to help and lead discussions during Quest time lessons. Ms. Denis nominated Garret Docketer and Demian Estrada Magana for both being very kind and helpful to new students when they move in. Ms. Camille nominated Olivia Kleven for being patient when tech things take a while and being kind to everyone around her.

Nebo’s Mental Health Series – Your Child’s Anxiety

Submitted by april.rockwood on Thu, 03/02/2023 - 11:29

Attention Nebo Parents
join our Mental Health Series focusing on...
Your Child’s Anxiety
March 13, 2023
6:00 to 7:00 p.m. via Zoom

Register Here: https://cookcenter.info/NeboMarch13

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Lana Hiskey

Be an Ally Winners, Feb. 24

Submitted by april.rockwood on Fri, 02/24/2023 - 14:39

We would like to recognize this week's "Be an Ally" winners. Spencer Bolagna was nominated by Sra. Bishop for offering his help to a classmate without being asked to. Sra. Bishop also nominated Kate Austin for being proactive and offering to help her teacher with a task she knew would help the classroom. Whitney Sanchez was nominated by Ms. Anderson for constantly doing acts of service in the classroom. Ms. Anderson also nominated Bryant Kaisa for brightening the class day by telling the class what the national day celebration is. Thank you Spencer, Kate, Whitney, and Bryant for being an ally at our school.

Nebo Schools Open on Regular Schedule Thursday, February 23, 2023

Submitted by april.rockwood on Thu, 02/23/2023 - 07:50

All Nebo schools will be open on the regular schedule for Thursday, February 23, 2023. We truly appreciate the city, county, state, and district personnel for their diligent work in our recent storm across our district. Please remember that school closures are rare. In most cases, school will remain in session even with Utah's climate. Because weather conditions may vary greatly in different neighborhoods and on different streets, we encourage parents to make attendance decisions for their own students.