Mrs. Lyons, our wonderful counselor, shared this challenge calendar with us. Each day there is a challenge to help uplift and calm you or those around you!
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Our Counselor has put together a slide to help students stay positive and stick to their goals. Check it out by clicking the link below!
Here is a message from our wonderful counselor Mrs. Lyons. Please share this information with your students at home.
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Beginning Monday, April 13th, Grab-N-Go meals will be restricted to free sites only. All other sites will be closed down in effort to consolidate resources. Meal pick-up will change to 10:30 a.m. through 12:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and is available for all children, ages 0-18. Grab-n- Go meals will include both breakfast and lunch. Meal service will pause during Spring Break, April 6-10th. Please see the following to find a site near you.
Free Grab-N-Go Sites:
- Santaquin Area
- Santaquin Elementary, 25 S 400 W
- Goshen Area
- Goshen Elementary 60 N Center- Closed Free Site (Goshen students/siblings only)
- Payson Area
- Spanish Fork Area
- Springville Area
With all paid sites being closed, remote site delivery will no longer be available at this time.
Please call Child Nutrition with any questions at 801-354-7438. We look forward to serving you.
Nebo School District Child Nutrition Department
3rd Grade students planted tulip bulbs last fall. It is spring and now they are blooming! During this project students learned about living and nonliving things. They learned about life stages. Now the students are using the tulips to take and plot data on line plots to compare tulip growth. They are discovering how light and heat affect blooming times. Notice how some of the tulips are still green, some have buds that are turning from green to red, and some have already bloomed? Which tulips do you think are getting more light and warmth from the sun shining on the bricks of the school? Are they facing east or south? You are right! (The bricks facing south are absorbing the sun because it shines on them most of the day. The bricks on the east side of the school get less sun. This means we all get to see blossoms over a longer period of time.)