Order before Picture Day on my.lifetouch.com with Legacy’s Picture Day ID: EVTGN4SDV 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.
Governor Spencer Cox declared September as Adult and Family Literacy Awareness Month in Utah. September 19-25 also marks the annual Adult Education and Family Literacy Week, hosted by the National Coalition for Literacy. This week exists to remind us all that reading, writing, and basic math remain an elusive target for 43 million adults nationwide, including 14.5 percent of adults in Utah.
The Utah County Health Department has asked us to share the attached document. It contains information about their updated process for using the “Automatic Contact Tracing” system to notify parents of 6-12 grade families about potential COVID-19 exposure and quarantine. They will also use this system on a more limited basis in K-5 grades.
Bridges Transition Center is located here in the Summit Center. Principal Shawn Rawlings invited Legacy students to tour the facility and become familiar with the program. The Bridges Transition Center is a Special Education program available to students ages 18-22 who have met graduation requirements and continue to work toward individual goals. Bridges guides students in developing the skills necessary to build an independent and successful future.
Nebo School District in partnership with Spanish Fork City presents a virtual Love and Logic Parenting Workshop.
“There's a lot of advice out there on how to raise your kids – some better than others. ‘Love and Logic’ is a favorite of therapists, family life educators, teachers, principals, and most importantly parents. It is practical, easy to learn, and really effective! Come and enjoy this fun, upbeat, and informative workshop full of useful tips!” – Jonathan Sherman, LMFT, Family Therapist and Parent Educator
Where: Online via Zoom
We took a short walk this week to enjoy the good weather, get some fresh air and stay fit. Walking is considered a safe activity during pregnancy because it works the cardiovascular system without taxing muscles and joints. Physical activity also helps improve mood throughout pregnancy and after birth. Keep moving forward, Crusaders!