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Camp Eagle 2018 has begun!

Camp Eagle 2018 has begun! There has been a great turn out of students so far. Camp Eagle is being held at Larsen Elementary this year and is June 4th-June 28th. Monday through Thursday. There is no summer school on Fridays. Summer school starts daily at 8:00 am and ends at 12:00 pm. 

This year we have several wonderful Educators contributing their talents to help students expand their minds this summer. Some of the subjects and Educators include:

Poetry with Lisa Bickmore and Analysa Allison- students are brushing up on their reading and writing skills. Students have been introduced to several different poetic forms and are encouraged to draw upon their own experiences, memories, feelings, and perceptions to create poems of their own. Students are encouraged to draw illustrations that relate to their poems as well. 

Arts and Crafts with Lapita Frewin- This week Lapita is teaching our students how to make American Indian inspired ornaments for a tree we are helping decorate for the Festival of Trees in December. Some ornaments include miniature handmade drums, canoes, Pendleton animals such as buffalos, sheep, and horses, and dream catchers. 

Special Guest this week is Donna Eldridge- An outreach coordinator for the School of Medicine at the University of Utah. Students have been introduced to the excitement of STEM learning.

Math & Reading with Shoshana Begay- Students have been making art projects that relate to math. Every day all students read a book before they attend classes. The younger students have an older buddy help them read a new book each day.

P.E. with Natalie Billie- Each day our students get a full 40 minutes of playing outdoors games. 

Preschool with Betty Tanner and Teacher Assistant Barbara Allison- Students ages 3 to 4 attend preschool daily. They have several hands-on activities to introduce them to counting, the alphabet, nursery rhymes, and of course physical activity of playing outside for these little ones to get their wiggles out. 

Early morning dance classes with Alfredo Quintana, Cody Singer, Chelsea Thompson, Amber Fregoso, and Shauny Talk- Students spend about an hour learning grass, hoop, jingle, and fancy. Dance class starts right at 8:00 am.

Things to look forward to:

June 25-27th: we will be having some field trips, and families are invited to attend. Please contact Eileen Quintana to sign permission slips. 

June 28th: We will have a exhibit displaying student work at 5 pm before the Pow-Wow. Nebo Title VI Annual Pow-Wow will be held at Larsen Elementary 6 pm to 8pm. 

Brooke Carter- Spanish Fork High

Brooke Carter is a graduating Senior at Spanish Fork High. She is from the Navajo tribe. Her friends and her family would describe her as determined and hardworking. In her free time, Brooke loves to play softball. Her favorite color is orange. Brooke's favorite music is pop, and she hopes to one day attend a Khalid concert.

In high school, Brooke has really excelled in her academics. She has taken several concurrent enrollment college courses. She has managed to maintain a high GPA during her high school career. Also, she has participated in playing softball at the high school level. Her most memorable moment in high school was winning the State Championships for Softball three times in a row, and riding in the firetruck down Main Street after they won.

In the future, Brooke plans on going to Salt Lake Community College. She plans include playing softball here. Congratulations, Brooke! You have done a wonderful job. The Nebo Title VI Program is so proud of all your many accomplishments so far. We are excited about what your next chapter in life holds for you. We wish you the best of luck today and always!

Ashlee Daley-Salem Hills High

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Ashlee Daley is a graduating Senior at Salem Hills High. She is from the Cherokee Tribe. Her friends and her family would describe her as energetic and self-driven.

In her free time, Ashlee likes to do anything outdoors. She also likes to watch Netflix. Her favorite Netflix series is Criminal Minds and Fixer Upper. Her favorite movie is 50 first Dates. Her favorite quote is, "Being negative only makes a difficult journey more difficult. You may be given a cactus, but you don't have to sit on it."

In high school, Ashlee made her education a priority in her life. She took any classes that challenged her such as courses at MTEC, and concurrent enrollment college courses. She always managed to maintain a high GPA. Her favorite class in high school was Medical Anatomy.

In the future, Ashlee plans on attending college and getting her degree in Nursing. She also would like to travel outside the United States, and one day raise a family.

Congratulations, Ashlee! You have done a wonderful job. The Nebo Title VI program is truly proud of all your accomplishments so far. Your future is bright, and we wish you the best of luck in all your future endeavors.

Malena McKee-Salem Hills High

Malena McKee is a graduating Senior from Salem Hills High. Her friends and family would describe her as enthusiastic, funny, creative, sassy, intelligent, fun, happy most of the time, and unpredictable. She is from the Luiseno band of Pechanga Indians.

In her free time, Malena likes to read, play card games with my family, watch the office, hang out with my friends and play guitar. She loves all different kinds of music such as folk rock, alternative, country and some rap songs. Her favorite sport is swimming, and her favorite color is Blue.

Malena has always made her education a priority in her life. She has really excelled in school. Her favorite class in high school is Math. She thinks it is fun. Her most memorable moment from high school was her Senior prom with all her best friends. They had so much fun getting all dressed up and danced for hours!

After graduating high school, Malena is going up to Utah State University to get a degree in Elementary Education. She also wants to do a study abroad in Europe and go on more Humanitarian trips. When asked what are two things on her bucket list, Malena replied, "I want to swim with whales, because I love whales and I think they are super cool. I also want to go to Europe and travel on a study abroad. I want to go to Holland to see the Tulip Festival."

Congratulations, Malena! The Nebo Title VI Program is so proud of all the accomplishments you have already achieved. You are truly a wonderful example to others. We wish you the best in your schooling and all the adventures that await you. Your future looks bright!

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Martha Joe- Springville High

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Martha Joe is a graduating Senior at Springville High. She is from the Navajo Tribe. Her friends and family would describe her as nice, friendly, generous, and she is a friend to all.

In her free time, she likes to hang out with friends or family and go on hikes. Some foods that she enjoys are pizza and fettuccine alfredo. Her favorite color is Blue.

In high school, Martha enjoyed her Art class. Her most memorable moment from high school was attending the football games and the drive-in movie night. Martha has done well academically during her high school career.

Martha plans on attending college after graduation. She would like to major in Nursing. Her favorite quote is, "Live life like a wave." Congratulations, Martha. You will make a wonderful Nurse one day. The Nebo Title VI program wishes you the best of luck today and always!

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Anthonie Hopkins-Springville High

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Anthonie Hopkins is a graduating Senior at Springville High. He is from the Navajo Tribe. His friends and his family describe him as intelligent, creative, kind, and hard working.

In his free time, Anthonie likes to draw, play, create animations, and write stories. Anthonie is truly an artist. He can draw free hand, and draws a very accurate deception of things he has only seen once or twice.

He enjoys listening to country, rock, and fan-made. His favorite color is blue and his favorite food is Lasagna. He loves to watch baseball.

Anthonie's favorite class from high school is Math. His most memorable moment from high school is remodeling Springville High's environment quad. Anthonie plans on attending college in the Fall. Anthonie lives by his own motto which is, "Dreams contain happiness and sorrow, but we must think peacefully in order to dream blissfully.”

Congratulations, Anthonie! All your hard work and persistence has paid off. The Nebo Title VI program is so proud of you, we recognize how hard you have worked this school year, and we applaud you. We are confident that you will do wonderful things. Your future is bright!

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Spencer Jackson- Mapleton Junior High

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Andrea Jackson

Spencer Jackson is a 9th grader at Mapleton Junior High. He received an award for maintaining a 4.0 for the entire school year of 2017-2018. He also received the Presidental Award for having a 4.0 for the past 3 years. He is such a fantastic example to others. He is so kind and friendly to all that he meets. Congrats, Spencer. Keep up the excellent work!! 

Dusty Williams-Landmark High

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Dusty Williams is a Senior at Landmark High. Dusty belongs to the Cherokee Tribe. His friends and family would describe him as hardworking, honest, and friendly.

Dusty likes the Fast and Furious movie series. In his free time, Dusty loves to go on adventures, and ride his BMX or Longboard. His favorite color is Red and Black. His favorite quote is by Rocky Balboa which is, "It ain't about how hard you hit, it's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward..."

Dusty has taken his education seriously. His Senior year, he was motivated and determined to graduate early from high school, and he did just that. He graduated early from Landmark High in January 2018. While he was in high school, his favorite subject was history. In the future Dusty plans on furthering this education in Automotives.

Congratulations, Dusty! The Nebo Title VI Program is extremely proud of your determination and perseverance. We are excited to see what accomplishments you achieve in the future and wish you the best of luck in all your future endeavors.

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Abraham Flores- Landmark High

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Abraham Flores is a Senior at Landmark High School. He is from the Northen Ute Tribe. His friends and family would describe him as a big protector, who helps watch over this two younger sisters.

Abraham loves to play video games, and go to the movies. His favorite movies are about Zombies and the Avengers. His favorite sport is football, and his favorite color is red.

His most memorable moment from high school is playing football for Timpanogos High School. Abraham enjoyed Robotics class in high school. Abraham future plans include getting a job and going back to school to become a Welder. One thing on Abraham's bucket list is to be successful in anything he does.

Congratulations, Abraham! The Nebo Title VI program is so proud of you, and your ability to graduate high school early. All your hard work has paid off. We want to wish you the best of luck in the future. Good Luck, Abraham.

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Kalob Eddie- Maple Mountain High

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Kalob is a graduating Senior from Maple Mountain High School. Kalob's friends and family would describe him as fun, shy, and all around happy person. He is from the Navajo Tribe. 
 
His favorite thing to do is to play soccer. He is very talented at soccer as well. One of his most memorable moments from high school includes making the varsity soccer team. He has spent a lot of time and dedication to practicing the sport he loves.
 
Kalob has always made education a priority in his life. In high school, Kalob's favorite class is a Pharmacy Technician course which he takes at MTEC. This course is challenging and covers a lot of information. However, Kalob has excelled in this course.   In the future, Kalob plans to work as a Pharmacy Technician then go to college to become a Pharmacist. 
 
Congratulations, Kalob! The Nebo Title VI Program is extremely proud of you. You have accomplished so much already, and we know that you will accomplish wonderful things in the future.
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