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March 2021

Summer Independent Study Lab

Submitted by jenett.houghton on Thu, 03/18/2021 - 07:47
Summer Independent Study Lab

CREDIT RECOVERY ONLY$30 per courseContact person is Janna Manookin janna.manookin@nebo.eduOpen Monday-Thursday from 9 am-1 pm starting June 1st and through August 11. CLOSED the week of July 5,6,7,8. After July 8, the lab may switch to appointments only depending on how many students are participating. You MUST have a referral from your counselor. Link to instructions

Summer School Registration: Classroom Instruction

Submitted by jenett.houghton on Tue, 03/16/2021 - 14:27
Summer School Registration: Classroom Instruction

CREDIT RECOVERY ONLY

Session 1 Classroom Instruction: Monday through Friday beginning Thursday, June 3rd, and ending Thursday, July 8, 2021. 4 class period rotation from 8:30 am-12:05 pm. 

Session 2 Edgenuity Lab Only: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, beginning July 13 through August 5 from 9:00 am-12:00 pm

Administration/Counselor Referral Required: Please reach out to your boundary school

Free Zoom Workshop! Transition from School to Adult Life

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Mon, 03/08/2021 - 15:08
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Free Zoom Workshop! Transition from School to Adult Life

Topic: The Transition from School to Adult Life Nebo  Description: Do you have a child who will be transitioning from the school system to Adult Life in the next few years? What do parents need to know about this Transition to Adulthood? What is Guardianship? When do parents need to start preparing for Guardianship? What resources are out there for adult children transitioning “out” of the school system?  Time: Mar 18, 2021 07:15 PM MST  Register: https://bit.ly/3sRU7Xr  Brought to you by Nebo School District and the Utah Parent Center   

New Teacher Feature: Haley Barton

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Mon, 03/08/2021 - 02:25
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Gracie Carter
New Teacher Feature: Haley Barton

Haley Barton

Haley Barton is a new teacher at Landmark High School. She is our newest math teacher in room #225. She attended BYU in Provo, Utah. She went to college for 4 years to earn her Bachelor's degree. After she graduated, she went on to get her teaching license. The reason she chose to teach math is that when she was in college she had a really cool professor. She liked the way he taught. She aspires to be like him one day. She tries to make her class fun and engaging every day. 

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