December 2021

Christmas Festivities, Part Two

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Fri, 12/17/2021 - 15:29

Today, a certain jolly person with a white beard and a red suit arrived shaking his jingle bells. Everyone had a chance to visit with Santa and no one cried this year!

Mrs. Wilkins read a funny Christmas story called Merry Christmas, Splat.  Splat the cat wonders if he's been good enough to deserve a really big present. To make sure, he offers some last minute help to his mom and messes up completely!

Next, played Christmas Bingo and then shared a yummy lunch from Cafe Rio together.

What We Are Learning in Zoology

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Thu, 12/16/2021 - 09:39

Fourth period Zoology is at it again! This time they were dissecting an eye and a brain. One student said it was more interesting than gross. Living things are truly amazing! Thanks Mrs. Yazzie for the hands-on learning opportunity! It's a great day to be a Crusader!

Attributions
J. Gonzalez

They Came Bearing Gifts

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Thu, 12/16/2021 - 09:05

Christmas came early thanks to UVU! A team from the Career & Technical Education office delivered gifts for our students and their children. Through UVU Service Learning, Campus Outreach, and department donations, they collected books, toys, clothes, and blankets for the children and personal items for the moms.

AmazonSmile - Remember to Select Nebo Education Foundation

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Thu, 12/09/2021 - 11:13

Did you know that when you shop for the holidays at smile.amazon.com/ch/87-0546418, AmazonSmile donates to Nebo Education Foundation? Nebo Education Foundation has received $5,401 through this program.


One hundred percent of these monies fund teacher grants to help supplement equipment and supplies for students.

Attributions
Lana Hiskey

Join us for Parent-Teacher Conference

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Thu, 12/09/2021 - 10:31

Thursday, December 9, 2021 - 3:00 – 6:00p.m. 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.