Fall Hike

by Garrett Johnson

Early Friday morning 9 brave students joined the PE/Health Dept.

Lemonade Stand a Success For Spanish Fork Girl And Children's Justice Center

by Shelby Slade of the Daily Herald

NOTE:  SFJH was excited to see one of its students spotlighted today in the Daily Herald.  Ms. Slade was contacted, and her story is used here with permission.


This summer, 12-year-old Audrey Justice was hard at work running a lemonade stand in Spanish Fork.

Audrey spent her summer vacation mixing lemonade and selling it by the cup to raise $1,000 for the Utah County Children’s Justice Center in Provo.

She said the project, which she completed in the beginning of September, taught her a lot of things including how to run a business and how to manage money.

Writing Contest Offers Cash Prizes

by Rillene Nielsen

The BYU English Department is sponsoring a writing contest and ninth-graders at SFJH are eligible to submit entries.

Students can submit their original writing in four categories: critical essay, personal essay, short fiction, and poetry. First, second, and third places prizes will be awarded.  Winners will receive prize money (up to $100) and a certificate of achievement.  

Entries accepted electronically only. Deadline Dec. 15, 2016.