Napoleon Hill an American author who was a pioneer in the field of personal-success literature said, "If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way."
Nebo School District will present a Parent Awareness Night. The topics of discussion will include:
- Substance abuse
- Mental health services addressing depression, suicide awareness and suicide prevention
Several community service providers will be present to answer questions and help individuals to access services.
On Friday, October 30th we will hold our Quarterly Golden Ticket Party, holders of the tickets will be released from their classes at 2:00 to come to the cafeteria for a donut and will be entered into our prize drawings. Tickets are earned be either having perfect attendance or by derving detention for all unexcused absences and tardies. Way to go to our Golden Ticket holders. #SHHSHERO
You are welcome to dress for Halloween on Friday, October 30th. Costumes need to be within the guidelines of the school dress code, please no masks, weapons or gore. If you have questions about the appropriateness of a particular costume, please ask a teacher or administrator before you wear it, you may be asked to change if it is not within the guidelines. Happy Halloween
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” --Dr. Seuss
They demonstrate independence.
James Ebert - 2nd Place - Impromptu SpeakingSierra Draper & Wyatt Biesenbach - 3rd Place - MarketingSierra Draper - 3rd Place - Job InterviewSierra Draper - 1st Place - Future Business LeaderWay to go FBLA!
HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) sponsored a blood drive on October 14, 2015. The blood drive was run through ARUP which gives their blood to Primary Children's Hospital, The Huntsman Cancer institute, University Hospital, and Shriner's Hospital.
Thanks to the HOSA students for providing this opporutnity to serve for SHHS staff, faculty and the community.
Our Chapter achieved 200 or more degrees last year, it has ranked among the top 7.5% of schools nationwide and earned membership in the Association's prestigious 200 Club. This milestone is remarkable because it demonstrates outstanding commitment to teaching students essential life skills-including communication, research, listening, writing, and organization.