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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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Graduation allows a time for celebrating the achievements of the past four years and the excitement of what’s to come after high school.

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Graduating from high school can also mean so much more. It can be a time to reflect on lessons learned and can also be a time to reflect on the parents, teachers, and mentors who helped each graduate get to the point they are at today.
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Graduation is a celebration of the hard work of the graduates, parents, teachers, administrators, and staff.

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Nebo School District thanks the inspirational speakers, valedictorians, salutatorians, and students across the district for making the Nebo District 2018 graduations a wonderful experience for everyone.

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Congratulations to Nebo School District’s 2,198 graduating high school seniors that received over $18 million in scholarships.

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Springville High:

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Graduating class of 401

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Theme: “Be brave. Take risks. Nothing can substitute experience” by Paula Coelho

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Valedictorian: Rachel Hatch

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Salutatorian: Steven Cole Monson

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Speakers: Jared Buhler, senior class president; Everett Kelepolo, principal; Shannon Acor, school board vice president

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Students received over $3.7 million in scholarships.

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Spanish Fork High:

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Graduating class of 385

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Theme: “We Are SF”

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Valedictorian: Nicole Cook

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Salutatorians: Natalie Pendleton & Emily Colton

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Speakers: Cameron Smith, senior class president; Dave McKee, principal; Dean Rowley, school board member

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Students received over $3.2 million in scholarships.

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Salem Hills High:

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Graduating class of 385

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Theme: “One of Us” “Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try.” by Gail Devers

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Valedictorians: Jesse Clark, Riley Lewis

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Speakers: Amber Slater, senior class president; Bart Peery, principal; Randy Boothe, school board member

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Students received over $3.4 million in scholarships.

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Payson High:

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Graduating class of 396

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Theme: “The best way to predict your future is to create it.” by Abraham Lincoln

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Valedictorian: Ciara Ford

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Salutatorian: Gavin Scholl

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Speakers: Claire Rowley, senior class president; Jose Valle, principal’s choice; RaShel Shepherd, principal; Lisa Rowley, school board member

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Students received over $3 million in scholarships.

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Maple Mountain High:

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Graduating class of 435

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Theme: “The best way to predict your future is to create it.” by Abraham Lincoln

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Valedictorian: Logan Marks

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Salutatorian: Lauren Smith

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Speakers: Amber Messick, senior class president; Katie Funk, student body president; DeAnn Nielsen, principal; Kristen Betts, school board president

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Students received $4.8 million in scholarships.

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Landmark High:

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Graduating class of 196

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Theme: “Every Hero has a Name and Every Name has a Hero”

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Speakers: Jasmine Davis; Lily Jex; Matthew Cope, teacher; Lynn Mecham, principal; Christine Riley, school board member

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Students received over $5,000 in scholarships.

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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