Nebo Adult Education holds Recognition Night
The Nebo Adult Education Recognition Night was held Thursday, May 14, at Landmark High School in Spanish Fork. This year’s speakers were Scott Carson, assistant director of Nebo Adult Education, and John DeGraffenried, director of secondary education, Nebo School District. The student speakers were Darci Christensen and Holly Crumpton. Holly shared her experiences on how she prepared for the General Educational Development (GED) test, and Darci talked about all the work and time she spent on obtaining her adult diploma.
This year, 208 students ranging from 17 to 86 years old achieved their diploma or GED. Special recognition was given to retiring program director Joe Kelly for his years of service to the adult education program. Nebo Adult Education also recognized students who have earned level gains in the areas of reading, writing and/ or math. English Second Other Language (ESOL) students were also recognized for their accomplishments during the 2014-15 school year.
The mission of Nebo Adult Education is to assist adult students to become lifelong learners through literacy, self-sufficiency, student goals and academic skills. Nebo Adult Education is located at 612 S. Main, Spanish Fork.
Nebo Adult Education held its Recognition Night on May 14, celebrating adults who had earned their diploma or GED.