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The State Superintendent, Sydnee Dickson, spent the day in Nebo School District with Nebo’s Superintendent Rick Nielsen. Superintendent Dickson was appointed the State Superintendent in 2016. She entered the state education administration about ten years ago, working in teacher licensing, mentoring and accreditation, then later becoming director of teaching and learning at the state office.

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Superintendent Nielsen said, “It was exciting to host State Superintendent Syd Dickson on her Listening Tour and spend the day visiting with students, teachers, principals, and policymakers. She is an outstanding educator and an amazing advocate for students and teachers. It was delightful to watch her interact with our students and validate them as learners and education partners.  Her positivity is contagious and so validating of the great work being done by Nebo staff in support of students.”
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Nebo School District was thrilled to escort Superintendent Sydnee Dickson throughout the district of over 33,000 students. While here, Superintendent Dickson experienced a variety of educational situations at Nebo’s Advanced Learning Center, Salem Junior High, Riverview Elementary, Cherry Creek Elementary, Oakridge program and Springville High.

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Students at Cherry Creek welcomed Superintendent Dickson with the “red carpet” treatment including leading her into the school and classrooms with the “Leader in Me” habits. She witnessed many students leading discussions and reciting character building habits. Superintendent Dickson became emotional as the students lined the halls and sang to her the Cherry Creek school song called “I Can Lead”.

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Superintendent Dickson tweeted about Nebo School District’s Advanced Learning Center, “Advanced Learning Center @NeboDistrict is an amazing opportunity for students to have hands-on real world experiences. So proud of @NeboDistrict for their vision and making it happen!”

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#nebohero #NeboSchoolDistrict #studentsuccess #empowerstudents #engagestudents #focusonstudents #loveUTpublicschools #utpol #uted #thankateacher @DicksonSyd
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