Youth receive mayor’s awards
Daniel Salazar, Rebecca Morrison and Mallory Murdoch were all smiles recently as they received the Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award. The three Springville students were recognized for their outstanding examples to other students and the Springville community. Danny’s peers nominated him for being a “great guy, always being courteous and knowing everyone’s name in the halls at Springville High.” Danny also plays the saxophone in the SHS Jazz Band and is a member of the suicide prevention club Hope Squad.
Rebecca Morrison is a great example of being committed to service and striving for excellence. She is the president of the National Honor Society and has a 4.0 GPA. SHS Principal Brown writes that Rebecca “makes the world a better place through her actions and the way she lives her life.” Springville Junior High School student Mallory Murdoch is described by Counselor Monica Linton as a “dynamic member of the Hope Squad. She has volunteered to go the extra mile many times, there is no doubt her enthusiasm and unselfish service have a positive effect on everyone around her.”
Nominate an outstanding Springville student in kindergarten through 12th grade today at www.springville.org/may-or-recognition-award/ or call 801-4917823.
Springville students Rebecca Morrison, Mallory Murdoch and Daniel Salazar were recently honored with the Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award at a meeting of the Springville City Council. They are shown above with Springville City Councilman Dean Olsen.