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Tiffanie Miley named Principal of Springville Junior High

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r The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Tiffanie Miley as the Springville Junior High School Principal for Nebo School District.

Miley earned a bachelor’s degree in English Education and a master’s degree in Education, both from Brigham Young University. She also earned an Administration License from Southern Utah University.

Ms. Miley has served as an Assistant Principal of Springville High School and Administrator of Oakridge for the past four years and as the Dean of Students of Springville Junior for two years before that. She was a teacher for 14 years at Springville Junior High School; over the years she taught seventh, eighth, and ninth grade English, reading for enjoyment, and journalism. She also spent ten years working as a mentor for beginning teachers.

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Ms. Miley was honored as Springville Junior High Teacher of the Year in 2011 and received the Springville Junior High PTA Excellence in Service Award in 2006 and 2012.

“I have known Tiffanie Miley for the past 18 years. When we worked at Springville Junior High, she was the one I trusted to lead on the first accreditation plan for the school. Her insight in problem-solving and creating solutions was always on point,” said Dr. Everett Kelepolo. “When I came to Springville High, I knew that she would be the ideal administrator to work with. Her knowledge, attention to detail, and work ethic has benefited the students, parents, faculty and staff at our school. Ultimately her ability to create strong relationships of trust is her greatest attribute. She will be missed at our school, but we look forward to all of the great things she will make happen. We have all become better people after working with her.”

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