Here are 5 tips for a great picture day! 1. Pick out clothes and colors that look good on the student. After all, they are the star of the photo—not their shirt, so avoid slogans, logos, and big patterns. Small jewelry and accessories are fine but nothing too big or distracting. 2. Glasses are okay! Lifetouch photographers know all the tricks to reduce glare. 3. Any hairstyle works for Picture Day. 4. Stay relaxed and be yourself. Smiles can look fake if they are practiced ahead of time.
Thursday, September 24, 2020 - 3:00 – 6:30 p.m. *Do you know a young parent who needs to finish their high school requirements? Bring them to the Open House to learn more about us and take a tour of our amazing school! Legacy provides unique opportunities during Parent-Teacher Conference time. Beyond communicating progress, grades and missing assignments, students are able to use the time as an intervention period to get help making up unfinished work. In addition to this assistance, for each hour students attend the conferences, they are able to reverse an unexcused absence, up to three.
Beginning Monday, September 14, 2020, Nebo School District will be switching to an “Open Restricted Meal Program.” Under this program, breakfast and lunch are available for free to all students enrolled in Nebo School District, including remote learners.
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There is a thrill in trying something new and finding success with very little effort! Such was the case Wednesday when Mrs. Boothe introduced making homemade play dough. Students enjoyed the process of making play dough from scratch and kneading in different food coloring dyes. They were amazed how quickly it came together and were excited to show their creations to their families! Way to strengthen those neural pathways, Crusaders!
Many of us look forward to a quick get away on Labor Day after a hectic school start and while the weather is still warm and comfortable.
Labor Day is an annual tribute to the contributions of workers towards the well-being and strength of our country. Celebration of Labor Day was conceived by members of the labor movement in the 1880s and later Congress passed an act making the first Monday of September the legal holiday.
We celebrate workers on Labor Day, but the labor movement allows us to experience the following benefits and rights every day: