School News

4-H Fair Friday


Larsen 4-H families-Friday, August 11 we will be having a free day camp called "Fair Friday". We will meet from 9-11:30 at Larsen to make 4 projects that will be turned in to the Utah County Fair for ribbons and small cash prizes. Students must have been 4-H members last school year (and must be registered with the county 4Honline program) to attend. To sign up click on the link below...…

Registration Day Tomorrow


Just a reminder that tomorrow is Registration Day from 8am-4pm.  Those students who have not completed the Online Registration will need to complete it by tomorrow.  Those who have already completed the online registration process can access their student's teacher by logging into Aspire/SIS, and when on their students homepage, click the "Scheduling" tab on the right hand side.  Thanks for all your patience as we learn this new system together!  Look for an email next week with upcoming dates and important information.  Enjoy the last few weeks of summer!

Online Registration


Nebo School District is now moving to Online Registration.  It will be located on our Larsen Website, under the registration tab.  Online Registration is open and will need to be completed for each student. If you have questions, or need help completing the registration process, feel free to call or come into our office Monday-Thursday 8am-1pm.  Upon completion of the registration process, class assignments will be made available beginning on July 31st.  You can access this information by logging into Aspire and viewing the assigned Advisor.  We are very excited for this new registration process and hope that you will find it saves you time and hassle.  If you are a new student to Larsen, you will still need to stop by the office to give the needed papers, in order to complete your child's registration.  We hope you are enjoying a great summer break with your kids!  


Help Our School Earn Money with Macey's School Cents Program



Macey’s is excited to serve our community and local schools with the continuation of the School Cents program. They are happy to be a part of the education experience of today’s children and are proud to offer the School Cents program as a way for schools to obtain additional education funds. 

The School Cents program will continue to run through the Macey’s Perks® program, allowing them to electronically track the credit each school earns. Schools will earn 1% back on eligible purchases from July 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018. Please note that gift cards, tobacco and alcohol purchases, pharmacy expenses and sales tax will not count toward our school’s earnings. Final numbers will be calculated on April 1, 2018 and a check will be issued shortly thereafter. Participating schools are eligible to earn up to $10,000 per school year. 

The success of the School Cents program depends on our school’s supporters. Please shop at Macey’s and link your Macey’s Perks account to our school.  All you will need to do is link your account this year, even if you have linked it in the past. For directions on how to link an account, visit 

If you don’t have a Macey’s Perks account you can easily sign up by visiting any Macey’s location.  

Thank you for supporting Larsen Elementary!


Volleyball Camp at SFHS



June 12th- 14th from  10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

For all 3- 7th graders who want to learn more about volleyball and improve their current skills

Run by SFHS Coaching Staff and JV/Varsity Volleyball players

@ Spanish Fork High School D-Gym (Same side as swimming pool)

$40 for the week pay at the finance office @ Spanish Fork HS or at the door on the first day

Call Coach Merrell with any Questions! 801-669-2126


Larsen Annual Kickball Tournament


Larsen Elementary held the annual Kickball tournament between faculty and the 6th graders.  There was a lot of trash talking going on about who was going to win.  It was an exciting game and each team had some awesome players.   The teachers pulled through and won the game much to the students surprise. The PTA provided everyone with a popscile to cool themselves off.  Great job teachers and 6th graders!