40 Book Challenge

Submitted by allison.mower on Thu, 02/17/2022 - 15:50

What is the 40 Book Challenge?

Do you remember when reading was fun? The 40 Book Challenge is designed to put the joy back into independent reading. It is a vetted program based on The Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller. We all know that reading touches every aspect of learning and the more we intentionally practice this discipline, the more successful we will be in all areas of life. Reading is EVERYWHERE!

Nebo Stakeholder Survey

Submitted by allison.mower on Mon, 02/14/2022 - 09:17

Be heard! Take the 2022 Nebo Stakeholder Survey.

Nebo School District values your continued input regarding our schools. We invite you to give your feedback regarding teachers and administrators working at the school to which your student attends. You may take the survey for any or all of your student's teachers.  The survey will be available until Monday, Feb. 28th, 5:00 pm.

Math Counts Competition

Submitted by allison.mower on Tue, 02/08/2022 - 13:06

VVMS took 11 students to BYU on Saturday to compete in the MathCounts competition.  Great job!

Left to Right:  Kyn Talbot, Hans Richards, Ian Willis, Kael Sommer, Piper Jones, Tyler Balls, Reed Nelson, Molly Hixson, Alex Johnson, and Caleb Darrington.

Front Row:  Anna Rawlings

 

 

 

VVMS Book Tasting

Submitted by allison.mower on Fri, 02/04/2022 - 10:08

If you love books and want to hang out with a bunch of other book lovers, sign up for book tasting in the library!  Available to the first 50 students to sign up.  Thursday, February 24th during recess.  

2022 Yearbook

Submitted by allison.mower on Tue, 02/01/2022 - 15:00

If you would like to order and reserve your copy of the 2022 yearbook, pay $10 to the finance office today!  Also, if you would like to see your own photos in the yearbook, send them from your phone to the yearbook program.  See the flyer for details! 

COVID Update 1/18/2022

Submitted by allison.mower on Wed, 01/19/2022 - 09:18

Dear Nebo District Families:

On January 13, 2022, state government leaders sent all school districts a letter suspending Utah's "Test to Stay" program and giving districts more flexibility for moving to "remote learning." Prior to this letter, most of our high school students' families received notices about the possibility of "Test to Stay" at their school. Those families have now been notified that this will not occur.