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!

PACK Leaders!

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Here are our weekly PACK leaders! We are so proud of their hard work and dedication to our PACK! 

Congrats to:

Annabelle Ross

Renato Tapia

Zack Sharp

Zack Parker

Mia Hansen

Bowen Fletcher

Lincoln Tibbs

Bowen Nielsen

Amanda Albright

Tatiana Medina

Lily Hoffman

Crystal Apple Award

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Cristy Bird is the recipient of the Crystal Apple Award for 2021-2022 at Spring Canyon Middle School. Cristy was nominated for excellence in teaching 7th grade math by her co-workers. Ms.

Input Needed

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Nebo School District is in the process of selecting programs/curriculum to support student skill development in: Self Awareness, Self Management, Social Awareness, Responsible Decision Making, and Relationship Skills.

We are seeking input from the community on potential K-12 programs. If you would like to review these programs, feel free to come to the Nebo School District Office’s Professional Learning Center (350 S. Main, Spanish Fork) which is located behind the district office by the baseball fields.

Date: Thursday May 12

Time: 3:00 to 6:00 pm

National PTA Reflections Recognition

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Our very own Kylee Snapp was recognized at the National level for the PTA reflections contest! Kylee was one of two individuals from our region, and one of 15 from our state who made it to that level. Kylee submitted an ice skating routine, and told us how much she loves to ice skate.  Way to go Kylee! We are so proud of you!