March 2020

Nebo Follow-up with Students

Submitted by julia.murray on Tue, 03/17/2020 - 16:30
Nebo Students: 

Thank you for your patience and support as we navigate through this unprecedented time in education. We just want to keep you updated on what is happening in Nebo School District.

For the past couple of days and even through the weekend, Nebo teachers have been in training and preparing online materials and/or packets for their students for “at home” instruction.

Nebo Follow-up Information March 15, 2020

Submitted by julia.murray on Sun, 03/15/2020 - 16:26

March 15, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians:

This letter, dated March 15, is a follow up to the Nebo District letter dated March 13, and other letters that have been sent from your child’s school.  It is intended to provide clarification regarding some general questions that have been circulating.  Please help us to ensure that all parents, guardians, grandparents, or caregivers who provide student support are aware of this information.


State Issues Clarification on K-12 Dismissal

Submitted by julia.murray on Sun, 03/15/2020 - 11:39

State Issues Clarification on K-12 Dismissal

SALT LAKE CITY (March 14, 2020) - At a news conference yesterday afternoon, Gov. Gary R.  Herbert mentioned that during public school’s two-week dismissal, parents who are unable to be home with children will have the option to bring them to school to be supervised by teachers. This is not the case.

School Dismissal Beginning Monday, March 16, 2020

Submitted by julia.murray on Fri, 03/13/2020 - 20:31

Dear Parents:

As you are aware all K-12 schools in Utah are dismissed for the next two weeks.  During this time students will participate in at home learning. These days will be counted as school days, and students are expected to continue their learning and school work.  Teachers will be sending out information to you on Tuesday with specifics for your child’s class.

Written by Lisa Muirbrook

How the 2020 Census Affects Children

Submitted by julia.murray on Fri, 03/13/2020 - 09:11

The U.S. Census Bureau has embarked on a nationwide effort to inform everyone living in the United States and five of its territories about the upcoming 2020 Census and to encourage them to respond online, by phone, or by mail.

Everyone counts. The census counts every person living in the U.S. once, only once, and in the right places.

It’s about fair representation. Every 10 years, the results of the census are used to reapportion the House of Representatives, determining how many seats each state gets.