New to SCMS? We Look Forward to Meeting You!

Submitted by alison.hansen on

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!

Leadership Class

Submitted by brittany.lundell on

The leadership class has been practicing their communication and cooperation skills by working together to complete 7 different puzzles in class. 

Interested in working at a wonderful school? Read on!

Submitted by alison.hansen on

Spring Canyon has two job openings - looking for happy, cheerful people who enjoy working with kids.  Please apply at nebo.edu under jobs.

Job #1: instructional aide, 3.9 hrs/day (10:30-2:25 M, 11:15-3:10 T-F).  This position will assist students in the classroom who need extra support in their English and math classes.  $15/hr.

Job #2:  Special Education aide, 5.75 hrs/day (8:15-2:00).  This position can be flexible on days - the days would need to be consistent, but you could work just one day or two days a week (for example, every Tues or every Wed and Thurs or something like that).  This position will assist students who have special needs in a classroom setting -  both in their classroom and when they mainstream into general education classrooms such as PE and music.  $15/hr.

STEM Class

Submitted by brittany.lundell on

STEM classes have been learning how to work as teams by learning collaboration skills. They have had several team challenges where they have practiced using norms of collaboration.

Awesome Stuff

Submitted by brittany.lundell on

6th graders have been working in their STEM classes to learn about the 7 Norms of Collaboration. To practice these norms, they have been playing team games, solving challenges, and reflecting on which norms they used to be successful as a team.