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Your secondary student should have received an invitation at school. This event is intended for 7th-12th grade multicultural students. This is a day to celebrate our differences, and learn more about the qualities of good leaders. If your student is interested, please have your student contact their school counselor by Oct. 1st. Secondary schools are responsible for transporting students to and from the event. For more information, please contact email@example.com for more details.Thank you, Analysa Allison
Each year, the Nebo Title VI Program holds a pageant during June. Several girls within the program compete for the title of Princess and Jr. Princess. Some of the requirements include: introducing themselves in their native language, sharing a talent, and be interviewed by the judges.
This year, Olivia Dial of Springville was named Nebo Title VI Princess. Liv is such a sweet girl who is kind and respectful to all. Liv spends her free time volunteering in her community and church organization.
Shaela Boyer of Springville was named Nebo Title VI Jr. Princess. Shaela is a fun-loving girl whose family adores her. Shaela has spent many hours volunteering in this program. She is a fantastic dancer and quite the runner.
Both girls will spend the next year helping out the Nebo Title VI program and representing the program at pow-wows and community events.
Photo Credit: Brandy Dial