There will be wiffle ball intramurals starting tomorrow, Oct 24th through Nov 3rd. Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 2:50- 3:50 in the boys gym. If you have any questions please ask Coach Carlson or Coach Denter.
Bring out your dead...or at least your haiku about the undead! It's time again for the Annual SFJHS Zombie Haiku Contest! It will run from October 16-30th, 2017. All students and teachers are invited to dust off their post-mortem poetry skills and enter our contest regarding corpses. There will be prizes for each grade level.
- Entries must fit the haiku format
- All entries must be your original work
- One entry per person is allowed
- Place your name, grade, and English teacher's name on the BACK of your submission
- All submissions must be turned in personally to Mr. Anson's room by the end of school October 30, 2017.
Hey! You. Yeah, you. Wanna do something that most people on the planet only dream of? Wanna participate in the challenge of a lifetime? Mr. Anson's honors English classes are going to undertake writing an entire novel during the month of November. Crazy, huh? Absolutely.
Any other students, regardless of grade, English teacher, genre preference, or shoe size, who also thinks she is up to the life-changing experience of writing a novel in 30 days, is welcome to join. Please see Mr. Anson for details about the NaNoWriMo young writers program. You'll need to sign up before the end of the month, so hurry.
And remember that the most rewarding things in life are usually the more difficult things, the things that initially scare us to death.
Attention Students! Do you like money? Do you like attention? Do you love this country? Well this is your chance to get involved. We will be having a writing contest called the “Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen.” Winners of the essay contest will receive $50 for first place, $25 for second place, and $10 for 3rd place. And to top it all off, the top three winners will get a chance to read their essays in the Veteran’s Day assembly in November. If you’re interested, pick up an application in the counselor’s office. Applications and Essays are due by October 31st, Halloween. It’s open to all grades so feel free to participate.