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 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.
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.
Shakotah Billie is a graduating Senior at Spanish Fork High School. Shakotah is Navajo and Caucasian. She is the daughter of Monty and Natalie Billie. Her friends and family describe her as funny, sweet, athletic and easy to talk to.
She loves to play soccer and has played since she was five years old. She has been a keeper, wing, holding mid, attacking mid and forward. The best compliment she ever received was from a coach she was guest playing for, and he said, “You can play for me any time. I love how coachable you are.” This past year, she received the “Spirit of the Don” award from her High School soccer coach.
Shakotah has been a part of Nebo Title VI Indian Education performing arts group and has performed all over Utah for all kinds of people. She loves sharing her culture with everyone. She has learned to speak, sing, and perform in front of large groups of people without getting nervous.
Shakotah's favorite quote is, “Patience is when you’re supposed to get mad, but you choose to understand." She loves the colors purple and black. Her favorite TV show is Grey's Anatomy. Shakotah plans on attending UVU Fall of 2018.
The Nebo Title VI program is extremely proud of Shakotah for all her accomplishments. She is truly a wonderful example to future students in the program. We are confident that Shakotah will be successful in everything she does in the future. Congratulations, Shakotah!
Breanne is a graduating Senior from Salem Hills High School. She is from the Mohawk Tribe. Breanne's family and friends would describe her as outgoing, kind, and quiet.
Breanne is an extremely talented individual. She is blessed with the ability to dance and sing. Her favorite food includes anything with chocolate. Her favorite quote is from Kurt Cobain, "Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are."
She has enjoyed her high school experience, and her most memorable moment was helping to raise money for the Make-A-Wish foundation. Her favorite class this year was Ballroom. Throughout her high school career, she has received excellent grades and taken classes that challenge her. In the future, Breanne would like to attend college. Also, she would like to live outside of Utah.
The Nebo Title VI program is so proud of Breanne, and all of her accomplishments so far. We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors, and we are excited to see all the wonderful accomplishments that are in store for you. Congratulations, Breanne!
If you would like your children to particpate in Camp Eagle Summer this year please fill out a registiation form, and bring it on June 4 to Larsen Elementary at 8:00 am.
Please join us for a Public Hearing
May 15, 2018
6:30 - 7:30 pm
Larsen Elementary School in the Title VI Classroom
Information covered will be about Title VI budget and program services.
This past week, Nebo Title VI students spend their afternoon cleaning up garbage on the Spanish Fork Trail in honor of Earth Day. The trail is over a mile and a half in length and runs alongside a beautiful river. There are many trees and plants along the trail with many animals in their natural habitat. Hunderds of local residents use this trail on a daily basis, and spend their afternoons on the trail.
Rose Quintana was a recipient of a $10,000 grant from Dreamstater-Running Strong Foundation. She was in charge of this event and invited Nebo Title VI students and Braiden Weeks out to help clean up Spanish Fork's local trail. We had several families show up to help clean up the trail. Braiden Weeks, a staff member for Utah Dine Bikeyah joined our students and gave some great information about advocating for our environment. "Utah Dine Bikeyah is a non-profit organization that works toward the healing of people and the Earth by supporting indigenous communities in protecting their culturally significant, ancestral lands."