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Alison Hansen has beenbrappointed as Principal of the new Spring Canyon Middle School in Springville bybrthe Nebo School Board of Education.

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Currently, Hansen isbrthe Principal of Sage Creek Elementary and will have served there for more thanbrfour years. She also served as the district’s STEM grant facilitator.

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Hansen was Principalbrof Brockbank Elementary for 10 years.

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She taught atbrSpringville Middle School for eight years and started her career as a math andbrchemistry teacher at Spanish Fork High School.

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Hansen has receivedbrnumerous, awards including 2010 and 2013 Nebo District Elementary Innovator ofbrthe Year; 2011 Nebo District Elementary Rural Principal of the Year; and 2014brNebo District Elementary Principal of the Year through the Utah Association ofbrElementary School Principals.

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Hansen has been lauded as a great listener who strives tobrhelp each child succeed in school. Students, teachers, and parents havebrexpressed appreciation for her positive attitude and ability to help studentsbrchange negative behavior. She is a life-long learner and committed tobrschool-wide excellence. “I think schools are amazingly wonderful places tobrspend each day. When a teacher’s passion and ingenuity engage a student’sbrnatural curiosity and desire to learn, it is magic. I am privileged to be abrpart of and witness magical moments every day,” Hansen said. (ServebrDaily submission by Lana Hiskey.)

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