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It's that time of year again - time for our PTA Reflections where your kids can show off their amazing talents through Dance, Film, Literature, Photography, Art, and/or Music!
****Please watch the Youtube Video found here to learn more about what Reflections is and how you can enter! -> https://youtu.be/-MJrdod_TNU
This year’s theme is; I Matter Because... The due date for all entries is; Friday, Oct. 9, 2020.
NEW THIS YEAR!: Submit your Entry(s) Online through the PTA Website!! Go Here to complete your entry form and upload your submission(s) -> https://www.utahpta.org/ref
You can also visit https://www.utahpta.org/reflections to find out all of the details you’ll need to know to enter.
All children who participate will receive participation awards, as well as a ticket (per entry they submit) into our drawing where they could win an awesome prize! Those who win the Award of Excellence will also advance to our Council Region. More information on this will be given to those who win.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns feel free to contact our Reflections Chair at Kaylene.Hiatt@gmail.comWe look forward to seeing all of the creative projects your children turn in!
Miss Santaquin Addie Huff and 2nd Attendant Jade Haymore delivered cleaning items to our staff at Santaquin Elementary today! They have been collecting items for schools as a service project. Thanks to Santaquin Royalty!!!
#Santaquinelementary #NeboSchoolDistrict #Santaquin
Attatched is a lunch menu for the month of September. Please visit the lunch page under the 'Information' tab on our website for a detailed menu complete with side dishes!
Santaquin Elementary's Back-to-School Open House will be on Tuesday, August 18. Please click on the SignUp Genius link below to review the available slots, then click on the button to sign up.
Remember to wear your mask into the school. They are required. Thank you!
Dear Nebo District Families:
We are excited to be finalizing plans to welcome your students back at the beginning of this new school year. About one-half of our students have completed their registration for this year, with the others planning to finish by July 30 of this week. Thank you for taking the time to help us have current and accurate information!
Nearly 95% of our registered students have enrolled in our "At-School Learning" offering. We gladly welcome these students to the school buildings and remind everyone that we must work together to:
Stay home when sick
Maintain clean spaces
Advocate for distancing
Remember your face covering
Train on hygiene and safety
As we continually discuss details around student safety and the demands on our teachers and other staff, we have determined that we need to make a slight adjustment in our daily school schedule. For the fall semester, all five days of the week (M-F) will follow the traditional Monday Early Out schedulewhere schools dismiss 45-minutes earlier than the typical day. (Each school's website lists their Monday Early Out schedule.) A decision will be made by early December whether to continue this schedule for the remainder of the year.
While we always worry about any reduction to instructional time, there are several compelling reasons for this adjustment including:
Additional teacher time to meet the needs of students who cannot attend because of quarantine or illness.
Greater opportunities for schools to provide additional support to students who are struggling academically or emotionally.
Additional custodial time to clean and sanitize our classrooms and buildings.
Increased flexibility in the requirement for in-seat "instruction" time recently granted by the State Board.
In short, we believe this adjusted schedule will be helpful in providing safer and more supportive environments for our teachers, students, and families. It should also help us to be more effective in maintaining our "At-School Learning" option.
We recognize that this adjustment may affect decisions about whether to have your child participate in “At-School Learning” or "Remote Learning." If you desire to change the decision you have already submitted, please contact your child’s school before July 30. You can also reach out to your school with any other questions related to registration, schedules, or the beginning of school.
We sincerely hope that this scheduling change will not be an undue hardship for students and families with work schedules, daycare, and other family arrangements. Thank you for your continued support, patience, and understanding as we work to provide an exceptional educational experience for our students, while taking reasonable steps to give them a safe learning environment.
Parents and Guardians,
Online Registrations begins next week! It will be open online July 13th - 30th. You can access registration here on our website santaquin.nebo.edu or at nebo.edu . If you need assistance with online registration, please call the school 801-754-3611 or stop in to the front office Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 1:00pm. On July 30th, we will have Spanish speakers to help with registration in the front office.
Please call the school if you have any questions! Thank you!
Mark the Date!! Online Registration for the 2020-2021 school year opens July 13 - July 30th.
This includes new students and new Kindergarteners, with our new system everyone can register online this year. If you need assistance or access to a computer, our Walk-in Registration day will be held on July 30th. If you have any questions you are welcome to please call or stop by the office during our summer office hours (Monday- Thursday 8 AM-1 PM). Students that complete registration before July 30th will find out their teachers first!! Please share this registration information with neighbors and friends. #santaquinelementary #neboschooldistrict #focusonstudents