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Nebo School District appoints Lindsey Hughes as Principal of Park Elementary

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SPANISH FORK – The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Lindsey Hughes as the principal of Park Elementary for Nebo School District to fill the vacancy left by the appointment of Ryan Kay to district Human Resources Coordinator.

Mrs. Hughes is a Title I Coordinator at Barnett Elementary and was a facilitator at Spring Lake Elementary. She taught sixth and fifth grades at East Meadows for eight years.

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Mrs. Hughes graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Brigham Young University and Master’s of Education with an Administrative License from Southern Utah University.

A colleague said, “Lindsey is extremely organized and willing to do anything asked of her. She is passionate about education and excels at helping students and teachers be the best they can be.”

One of Lindsey’s favorite quotes is from Nelson Mandela, “Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.”

Lindsey is honored to have a career that builds leaders who will change the world for the better! She enjoys riding horses, camping, reading, and spending time with the ones she loves. Lindsey is married to Daron Hughes, and they have two sons and one daughter.

 

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