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February 2020

February Mayor's Award

Submitted by allison.mower on Thu, 02/20/2020 - 08:12

Our PJHS recipient of the February Mayor's Youth Recognition Award is Ephriam Wilde. Ephriam received positive recognition from his teachers: Ephraim Wilde has always come to class with a smile and a positive attitude. He is kind to others and works hard on all of his assignments. He works so hard to be able to do this every day, and I appreciate him so much. He brightens everyone's day, and I believe we need more people like Ephraim in this world!   Ephraim always comes to class prepared and ready to learn.  He's a skilled student that also gets along well with his peers. Ephraim has been wonderful to work with this year. He doesn't complain when work is hard and always has a smile. He has a great attitude and is a joy to have in class. It would be wonderful to have more students in class like him! Ephraim brings such a positive energy to class. He is super polite and kind to those that are around him. I can count on him to work hard and help those who are struggling.


Science Fair Winners

Submitted by allison.mower on Thu, 02/20/2020 - 08:07

The following students won honors at the Nebo District Science Fair last night in Springville.  Each of these students and their science projects are going to represent our school at the region's science and engineering fair at BYU on Thursday, March 26th. The top Honors and Best of Show went to our very own Tori Ludlow and Joan Meyers.  Great job Grizzlies!  

Hailey Vigil and Eva Cervantes

Hunter Everett

Addison Lopez

Chandler Barton and Patrick Cannode

Dani Toone, Daaelynn Keele, and AJ Huff

Carson Robbins and Cooper Jorgensen

Rose Stringham and Payge Lundeen

Deanna Salinas

Seth Johnson

Conner Jasperson

Gabe Bustos




David Schramm Assembly

Submitted by allison.mower on Tue, 02/18/2020 - 08:57

We were so lucky to have David Schramm come and speak to our school today!  Besides being a PJHS graduate, Go Grizzlies!, he is also an amazing motivational speaker.  He shared a message of hope and kindness to our students.  It is a great day to be a grizzly.  

Save the Date!

Submitted by allison.mower on Thu, 02/13/2020 - 08:29

Parent Teacher Conference is coming up!  Save February 20th from 3:30-7:00 to meet with your student's teachers.   The teachers will all be gathered in the cafeteria to allow for easy access.  We can't wait to see you there!

Valentine's Day

Submitted by cheri.campbell on Wed, 02/12/2020 - 11:34

Parents and Students!  We will NOT be delivering Valentine's Day gifts/treats/flowers/etc. so please do not bring them to our main office.  Thanks for your support!

Science Fair

Submitted by allison.mower on Tue, 02/11/2020 - 09:12

Last week, PJHS had their annual science fair.  The students did a wonderful job and conducted many thought provoking and life changing science fair projects.  A huge thanks to our science department teachers who helped organize and support this science fair.  The winners include the following individuals:

 Animal & Plant Science

Brocston Murdoch  Grand Prize/1st Place

Russel Worthen 2nd Place

Halle Sorensen  3rd Place

Josie Cornaby 4th Place

Britton Biggs 4th Place

 Behavioral & Social Science

Deanna Salinas  1st Place

Hayden Peery 2nd Place

Ryver Hancock 2nd Place

Luis Ceja 3rd Place

Daaelynn Keele 3rd Place

AJ Huff 3rd Place

Tori Ludlow 4th Place

Joan Meyers 4th Place

 Biology & Biochemistry

Hayden Jacobson 1st Place

Isaac Atkins  2nd Place

Kelton Smith  3rd Place

Jack Hardy 4th Place

 Biomed & Health

Addison Lopez $15.00 1st Place

Rose Stringham  2nd Place

Payge Lundeen  2nd Place

Mason Kimball  3rd Place

Kolton Broderick  3rd Place

Earth & Environmental Science

Seth Johnson 1st Place

Rett Robinson 2nd Place

Hailey Vigil 3rd Place

Eva Cervantes  3rd Place

Engineering:  Electrical & Computer

Conner Jasperson 1st Place

Engineering:  Materials & Mechanical

Carson Robbins 1st Place

Cooper Jorgensen 1st Place

Hunter Everett  2nd Place

Glen Martin  3rd Place


Gabe Bustos 1st Place

Chandler Barton  2nd Place

Patrick Cannode 2nd Place


Kids Who Count - Early Intervention Services for Nebo Families

Submitted by allison.mower on Tue, 02/11/2020 - 08:56
Lana Hiskey

Since 1986, Kids Who Count has provided Early Intervention services to families of young children residing in the Nebo School District boundaries. We’ve helped thousands of families and children and we can help you. If you are concerned about your baby or toddler’s development or had a medical professional talk to you about some milestones your child hasn’t yet reached, you may be eligible for early intervention services. The purpose of Early Intervention is to enhance early growth and development in infants and toddlers under three, who have developmental delays or disabilities. Anyone can make a referral to receive a full assessment of your child’s health and developmental status at no cost. If you’re concerned about your infant or toddler, don’t hesitate to contact us. And, we now offer Autism Services for children 2 and older. Visit for more information. We are here to help! 

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