Our SEP conferences will be held on February 26th from 3-5 and then 5:30-7:30 PM. This conference will be a walking report card format so there will not be individual times scheduled for each student. Students and parents may come anytime during the times listed above. It is a student lead conference where they will show their parents some of the amazing things they have been learning in class. We hope to see you all there!
We are having a Read A Thon!! Our goal is to encourage your students love of reading while raising funds for our school. You can just make a one time donation of any amount, or you can pledge 5 cents per minute read. Whatever works for your family. If you can't donate we totally understand. We would love all students to participate. We will be awarding classes with the most minutes read. The Read A Thon will run Feb 17-28.
Kids Who Count - Early Intervention Services for Nebo Families
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 https://kidswhocount.org/ for more information. We are here to help!
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Thank you for going the extra mile during inclement weather events. As a district of over 34,000 students and 4,500 employees, dealing with inclement weather is challenging, complex, and at times frustrating for everyone.
As you are aware, we had a “snow day” on Monday, February 3, 2020. The decision to cancel school was based on the hazardous weather of the morning, the forecast of a “super storm” for the rest of the day, extremely cold temperatures, and the slick conditions of the roads. We are aware that forecasts may not prove entirely accurate; but considering the conditions at the time, we decided that student and employee safety was our priority.
Since state law requires that we hold 180 instructional days, it has been decided that March 20, 2020, will be the snow make-up day. Because the snow day occurred during what would have been a Monday, minimal day, Friday, March 20, 2020, will also be a minimal day (like many of our Monday minimal days).
If you have questions regarding items in this email or inclement weather in general, please feel free to contact your local school. Detailed information regarding the recent snow day and other inclement weather information can be found on the Nebo website at www.nebo.edu/schools/status.
We truly believe that by working together, we can continue to make Nebo School District a great place for our students and employees. We thank you once again for your patience and support as we try to maneuver unpredictable inclement weather events.
Communications & Community Relations Administrator
Larsen held its science fair this week with so many awesome projects made by students. We learned things from which brand of bubble gum blows the biggest bubbles, smoothie science, motors, layers and so much more. Congratulations to all the scientists from 5th and 6th grade that participated. They did a great job!