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During this unconventional time, Nebo School District spent the summer preparing approximately 260 new teachers to Nebo.

The new teachers arrive from various universities around the state including Utah Valley University, Brigham Young University, Southern Utah State, and Utah State University.

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Some graduate from universities outside the state. All seem to be thrilled to start their career with students. These new recruits have spent the last couple of days cramming to learn all about Nebo and prepare for their students for their Aug. 19 arrival.

Multiple training sessions were held to keep the new teachers safe through physically distancing and wearing face coverings. “Thank you for your significant work supporting students and families during these past several months. Your accomplishments as a Nebo education community continue to be absolutely miraculous. We are all acutely aware that our magic must continue into this next school year,” stated Superintendent Rick Nielsen to all employees. “Be the Magic: Mindful, Appreciative, Gritty, Innovative, and Caring.” (Serve Daily submission.)

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