April 2021

Teacher Appreciation Week Was a Home Run!

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 04/30/2021 - 15:45

For Teacher Appreciation Week, teachers and staff enjoyed an "Out of This Park Week!"  Monday started with "Opening Day Breakfast" of french toast, breakfast casserole, yogurt parfaits, fruit, and milk. Tuesday there was a "Thirst Station Beverage Bar" (which continued throughout the week)  where you could create unique soda combinations. Wednesday there were "Concession Stand" treats to enjoy!  Peanuts, popcorn, cracker jacks, licorice, donuts, chips, candy, and bubble gum. Thursday, "7th Inning Stretch!" with pizza and cookies.

Read & Feed Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantry

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Wed, 04/28/2021 - 15:04

Bring your child to pick out FREE books and learn about summer reading programs in our local libraries. The books available are for ages 0-15 years old. Parents will have the opportunity to sign up for free food assistance through Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantry and learn about other resources available during the summer months.

May 15, 2021 9 - 11 a.m.
Indoor Tennis Courts at the Fairgrounds
475 S Main Street
 Spanish Fork

Lana Hiskey

Keyboarding Winners from Brockbank

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Wed, 04/28/2021 - 10:21

We are proud of our fourth- and fifth-grade students for working so hard on their keyboarding skills.  Winners: Brycen Daniella, Connor Clawson, Mcklain Taylor, Chloe Beecher, Porter Eddington, Andria Schwartz, Samwise Eastland, Jace Hermansen, Saylor Clark, Ella Biggs, Ayzlee Olsen, and Max Quispe.

Congratulations to Porter Eddington for placing 11th in the Fifth-Grade Keyboarding Competition, and Samwise Eastland for placing 3rd in the Fourth-Grade Keyboarding Competition. 

UVU Spotlights Jessica Heelis

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Wed, 04/28/2021 - 10:12
Wolverine Stories: Jessica Heelis“I feel like autism isn't new, but it is something that everyone is learning about, and it is just so prevalent in the world today. I think it's important that people know about it."


Jessica Heelis is a wife, a mom of three boys, and recently earned her degree in special education with a minor in autism studies from Utah Valley University.


Posted by Katie Hunter on April 15, 2020.

Brockbank Bulletin

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Tue, 04/27/2021 - 07:37

I want to take a moment and thank our wonderful faculty and staff, here at Brockbank! We
have the very BEST, dedicated, wonderful people working here that care and love our children!
There is so much time and effort that our staff puts forth for our children! It's a great place to
Students and staff are invited to wear sports attire all week long in celebration of the winning
team, we have here at Brockbank!


Brockbank Bulletin

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Thu, 04/22/2021 - 06:44

We are winding down quickly! Just a few more weeks of school and we will be into summer!
With that in mind, please encourage your child to remember that we are still in school and we
need to follow school rules, wear our masks, and be respectful of others. Also, with warmer
weather coming on, please remember our dress code and follow our district policy!


Fiesta Days Reading Challenge Winners

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Thu, 04/15/2021 - 14:42

Nebo School District partnered with the Fiesta Days Rodeo team to challenge our elementary students in the Spanish Fork area to read more. This year’s theme was “Read More. Students that met their reading goal for the month of March got his/her name put in a drawing where one student from each grade won two tickets to attend the Fiesta Days Rodeo. Out of those students, 2 lucky students were drawn to receive not only the 2 rodeo tickets but a pair of Justin boots, a pair of wrangler jeans. and a cowboy hat.

Brockbank Elementary Participated in the Great Utah Shake Out

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Thu, 04/15/2021 - 14:15

Brockbank Elementary participated Thursday, April 15, in the "Great Utah Shake Out" that was held throughout Utah, by holding a school wide earthquake drill. The purpose is make sure everyone is ready if a big earthquake hits the Wasatch Front. Brockbank believes it is important to be ready by having monthly fire, earthquake, or lockdown drills throughout the year. It is important to know what to do if anything were to happen, we want our staff and students to be prepared.

Nebo is Partnering with Tabitha’s Way

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Thu, 04/15/2021 - 13:48
Nebo is partnering with Tabitha’s Way for a new event called Read & Feed.

The purpose of this event is to encourage children to continue to read during the summer and to educate families facing food insecurity regarding food resources available to them and their children while they are not attending school. Our goal is to gather 10,000 gently used books that children can take home with them and keep to read during the summer.