Tis the season for caroling at school! This year we caroled around the park and each grade chose a song to sing in front of the school. They did amazing! Our Park Panthers are brave kids who constantly impress us! Click the link below to video each of their performances. A HUGE thank you to Mrs. Cox for directing the event and putting so much time and effort behind the scenes!
Last week in computers class, we practiced new skills with new programs!
5th grade used jamboard to practice their coordinate planes. They had to use coordinates to create and map out Santa's village as well as a Christmas tree using their mouse to plot the points and connect them.
2nd grade used jamboard to do a find the differences activity. They had 10 slides with all different pictures to try and find all the differences. They could either use the shape tool or the pen tool (which is a freehand mouse exercise) to circle the differences.
Shannon and Dean Hale (Newbery Award winners) were able to come to Park and host a special assembly for all our students! They spent time talking about the importance of reading and they even brought enough books for all of our students to be able to take one home. K-2 receive Princess in Black and 3-5 received Diana: Princess of the Amazons. We would like to thank Writers Cubed for reaching out and selecting our school to be a part of this assembly. The students had an amazing time and loved their books!
We have our food and clothing giveaway next week! It will be three consecutive days Monday, December 13 - Wednesday, December 15 from 8:15am - 4:00pm. Please make sure to CHECK-IN AT THE OFFICE before heading down to the gym to grab the food, clothing, and supplies that your family may be in need of. We are excited to give away everything that our community has donated! Come check it out!
All Nebo students and families are invited to the Oakridge North Pole Tour sponsored by Oakridge and Springville High students. Held on Monday, December 13, 2021, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Springville High School in the far east building.
You will find Santa with the help of the Springville High student council guiding you through the interactive North Pole experience with costumes, treats, games, and songs.