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Mr. Wright's Science Class Awards

Submitted by lexi.jackman on Wed, 06/03/2020 - 12:39
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Photo by Mr. Wright
Award-Winning Picture Books

"Life Cycle of a Star" Picture Book Contest

The following students received awards for creating the best "Life Cycle of a Star" picture book in Mr. Wright's classes. One winner was selected from each of Mr. Wright's class periods: 

1st period: Jenna Mecham
2nd period: Isabela Teixeira
3rd period: Payge Lundeen
4th period: Austin Slack
5th period: Tatum Ellsworth
6th period: Ailesan Franco
7th period: Rodney Mackay

 

Science Crusades

Tabitha's Way

Submitted by allison.mower on Tue, 05/19/2020 - 13:05
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Tabitha's Way

Tabitha’s Way is committed to helping all of our neighbors have access to enough food, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tabitha’s Way is here to help.

Free Summer Meals

Submitted by allison.mower on Mon, 05/18/2020 - 13:10
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Free Summer Meals

Free Summer Meals

The Utah Food Bank is offering the Free Summer Meals Program again this year in four of Nebo School District communities. This year will be a drive-thru program with two meals provided on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Who: Youth up to 18 years

What: Free Healthy Lunch

Dates: Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays, June 1 - August 14

Chromebooks and Yearbooks

Submitted by cheri.campbell on Fri, 05/15/2020 - 13:44
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As we finish out this historic school year I would like to thank you all so much for your support. From day one we have very much felt your support and encouragement. The burden that was placed on students, parents, families, and teachers was unprecedented. Obviously we will never forget this time in history. Two things I’ll remember most. First, how much we missed and took for granted our daily interactions and our relationships with our students. It can’t be overstated, we missed our students so much!   Second, the spirit of community we felt here at PJHS during this time.

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