New to SCMS? We Look Forward to Meeting You!

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If you are new to Spring Canyon, please start by registering your student.  Either refer to the Registration tab on our school website or click HERE - follow the steps as prompted.  If you have children in multiple schools, you can register them all in one setting.  However, make sure to note the course selection forms on our Spring Canyon Registration page so your student can select courses for the middle school.  

Most fifth grade students from our 7 feeder elementary schools recently visited us and have likely registered for the 24-25 school year.  Whether you are a 5th grader who has already visited us or a new-to-the area student, please see the following link for a cheerful and informative e-book.  

Welcome to SCMS!

Ms. Davis Class

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Ms. Davis class go to go on a fishing field trip sponsored by the Division of Wildlife. They had so much fun experiencing the thrill of catching a fish!
#neboschooldistrict

Lost and Found

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Please come and look threw this pile of lost and found items. If your student is missing something please come look here to see if you can find it. Anything left over after Wednesday this week will be donated to a local cause.

SCMS Students Receive Award!

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Three Spring Canyon students recently won an award at the Nebo District Science Fair - the award was sponsored by the YouScience company which helps match students with the aptitudes they have and careers that lend themselves to those strengths.   Winning students received a gift card to Little Caesars.  Pictured here are our winners, Ms. Hansen, and Paul Ashby from YouScience.  Way to go!

7th gr CCA Classes Enjoy Field Trip

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Our 7th gr students participated in the Nebo District CTE expo recently held at the Sp Fork Fairgrounds.  The field trip is in conjunction with students' CCA class (college & career awareness) and students visited several booths related to various careers and the classes in high school that prepare the way for those careers.  Several booths were manned by high school students showing off their welding or agriculture class projects and other booths were manned by companies in the valley.  It was a beautiful morning to peruse careers, students had a great time!

Food Drive

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The students of Spring Canyon Middle School showcased incredible dedication and compassion in their recent food drive for Tabitha's Way. Through tireless efforts and community spirit, they collected an abundance of essential items, demonstrating their commitment to supporting those in need. Their contribution reflects not only their generosity but also their understanding of the importance of giving back to the community. Spring Canyon Middle School students have truly made a meaningful difference in the lives of others.