Grizzly Update - May 25th, 2022
May 25 PJHS Dance Dept. Year-End Performance PHS 7 pm
May 26 Final Badminton Tournament
May 27 Last day of school - Students excused at 11:15 am
Friday Is the Last Day of School
Congratulations on making it to the end of another great year! Friday is our last day of school for this year and students will be excused at 11:15 am. Breakfast will be served on Friday, but lunch will not. The only materials students will need on this day is a yearbook and a pen or pencil. Backpacks or jackets will not be allowed and will need to be checked-in at the entrance if brought to school. Sharpies and other markers will also not be allowed.
Library Material Check-In
Please return all library books, Chromebooks, and chargers to the library IMMEDIATELY to avoid any fines!!! School is almost over and all school materials must be turned in.
9th Grade Credit Recovery
If you have a 9TH GRADE student who received an "F" in English, Math, Science, or History then we will provide a summer school option, for those interested, to earn a passing grade. We unfortunately do not have the means or staff to provide credit recovery for any other subject areas or grades. The cost will be $25 to be paid at PJHS finance office before May 27th (last day of school). To register or for more information email your student's counselor and let them know you are interested:
brandi [dot] adams [at] nebo [dot] edu (Student last names A-F)
graycee [dot] elliott [at] nebo [dot] edu (Student last names G-J)
april [dot] mangum [at] nebo [dot] edu (Student last names K-Z)
Online Registration Reminder
Parents, Each school year you are required to fill out and submit the Online Registration for students attending Nebo School District. Please go to:
Enter the username and password for your Parent Portal and get started. You should be able to complete the 2022-23 registration for all of your students at the same time on this link.
Yearbooks for Sale
We are almost done accepting payments for the 21-22 PJHS yearbooks. The fee is $25 and can be paid at the finance office. If students are wondering if they have already paid, there is a poster hanging near the finance window listing completed payments sorted by student ID number. Early yearbook pickup will be available during 2nd period on May 26th for students who have paid all school fees and library fines. Regular distribution will be during 2nd period on May 27th.
Nebo Free Summer Meals
Nebo is partnering with the Utah Food Bank again this year to provide free summer meals in four of Nebo School District communities. Fresh and free summer meals will be offered every Monday through Friday.
Who: Youth up to age 18
What: Fresh and Free Summer Meals
When: Monday through Friday, from May 31 - August 12, 2022
Springville Area: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., Springville Splash Pad/Library, 45 South Main Street, Springville.
Spanish Fork Area: 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., Spanish Fork City Center Library Park, 100 E. 50 S. Spanish Fork.
Payson Area: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., Constitution Park, 600 S. Main Street, Payson.
Santaquin Area: 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., Centennial Park, 300 W. 100 S., Santaquin.
No registration required. Food must be eaten on site. For more locations text “FOOD” to 304-304. Contact Erin Thurber with questions at 801.887.1218 or erint [at] utahfoodbank [dot] org.
Final Badminton Tournament of the Year
The Last Badminton Tournament of the year is Thursday the 26th 7-9 pm. All are welcome. Come join us for a Smashing good time! If you have any questions see Mr. Archer or eric [dot] archer [at] nebo [dot] edu
High School Girls Tennis Info
If you are interested in Playing High School Girls Tennis in the future, Summer Practice starts Tuesday May 31st, 7:00 am at the High School Tennis Courts. Go to the High School Website under athletics for more details.
Peer Leadership Accomplishments
Our Peer Leadership teams accomplished a lot this semester! Here's just a few of the service projects we performed:
--Both classes combined forces and put together 40 hygiene kits and donated them to Tabitha's Way Food Pantry in Spanish Fork, and took a combined 3 field trips to volunteer at the food pantry. The students donated a lot of the hygiene kit supplies themselves.
--8th Grade Peer Leadership made hats and scarves and donated them to Tabitha's Way during the Field Trip.
--9th grade Peer Leadership made fleece blankets for the Animal Shelter. Our own Payson Animal Control Officer Whitehead, brought Shelter Director Kristen, to our class to receive the blanket donation and be our guest speakers!
--Both classes took turns every week, helping the janitors to keep the school looking extra clean and shiny.
A Thank You From Our Spanish Classes
A big thanks to all the parents that came to support our Spanish lessons this year. Ms. Bartholomew truly appreciates your support and efforts. Students always benefit when they see parent involvement in the classroom. Enjoy this video of the ways our students were enriched by parent visitors this year. Thank you so much!
Grizzly Update - May 25th, 2022