We will be holding our School Open House on Tuesday, August 18th, from 8:30 am -10:30 am.
We ask that if you are able to attend the Open House, you follow all the appropriate measures to help with keeping the school safe.
Face coverings required and social distancing should be followed when possible.
If you are sick or someone in your household is sick, please do not come to the school.
We are excited to welcome students back to school on Aug 19th, 2020. Spanish Oaks has purchased face shields for each student. We had a few of our students try on the shields and they are excited about this option. The face shields will stay at school to be sanitized daily. Students will still need some type of face covering to use while coming to and from school, but we are excited to offer this additional option.
Watch for an email from Nebo School District about online registration in our new Infinite Campus system.
Most of your information is already in Infinite Campus and will only need to be reviewed for accuracy.
You will receive an email on July 13th from Nebo School District...
Subject: User Account Activation
Dear Parents, Governor Gary R. Herbert has declared May 2020 as Utah Resilience Month. We are elated by the overwhelming response we received when we sent out Utah Resilience Month Packet #1. As this unique school year comes to a close, we are excited to send out Utah Resilience Month Parent Packet #2, filled with vital messages, fun activities and helpful resources! Also included are links to Parent Packet #1, and the Tribute Video to our Education Heroes for those who were not able to access them the first time.
Thank you, Spanish Oaks Elementary, for an amazing seven years! You are Nebo Heroes, all ... and it has been my great pleasure to learn and grow alongside you. Thank you for your love and support, for your patience and understanding, for your example and kindness. I love you all so much and am very excited to see what each of your futures hold! Do great things, read every day and remember ... Be Kind, Show Respect and Work Hard! With my great appreciation and love, Mrs. Brown.
These six 5th grade students worked extra hard this year and earned the Golden Explorer Award. Requirements include: reading 20 different books in nine different genres, visiting and learning about historical places, attending cultural events, writing authors, and interviewing veterans. They also have to complete ALL assignments, pass off all their math facts, learn the location of all 50 states and their capitals, and have high academic and citizenship grades. These students worked very VERY hard to achieve this and we are very proud of their accomplishment.
Yesterday our teachers and staff had such a great time! We picked up 500 balloons (thank you, Maceys, for your hard work) and tied individual messages to them, one to each student from their teacher. Then away we went, delivering balloons to each student's front lawn. As the time progressed, it was so fun to see the students who had figured out what we were doing and were waiting for us on the front porch or peeking out of their windows, waiting for their teacher to bring their balloon. Our students are so worth recognition, and we want them to know we love them, we believe in them, and