Nebo School District will be hosting a series of Parent Awareness Nights. The topics of discussion will include mental health and safety planning with youth. Several community service providers will be present to answer question and help individuals to access services. See the event flyer for more information.
Ann Anderson stopped by Legacy yesterday. She is the Director of Secondary Education for Nebo School District. She told of attending a ballet performance that had a big impact on her. She hadn't been very enthusiastic about going out that night, but the performance called "The Uncommon Life" touched her. The message she learned was, many people may achieve some level of success, but that is not the same as leading a SIGNIFICANT life! She challenged us to look for ways to be SIGNIFICANT in the lives of others. Thanks for the message and encouragement, Ann.
Santa’s visit culminated a morning full of fun activities! It started off with waffles, berries, scrambled eggs and a hot cocoa bar for everyone. Next, Mrs. Boothe shared some Christmas finger plays and jingle bell shakers for the kids to enjoy while we sang Jingle Bells. She also read a hilarious Christmas story called Santa’s Underwear. After that, the kids got to chase red and green bouncy balls down the hall and back.
Cindy is a secretary in our front office. She has a total of 21 years working in Nebo School District, with 17 years as a Cornerstone technician and 4 years as a secretary.
She and her husband Gary have 4 boys and 8 grandchildren.
Her hobbies and interests include: camping; hiking; riding her 4-wheeler (the more technical the better!); running (she’s a Half Marathon runner); riding her bicycle; going rock hounding and then making wire wrapped jewelry out of the rocks she finds; reading; and pretty much anything outdoors.