A select group of 8th grade orchestra students from SFJHS participated in the annual District Honors Orchestra on January 15.
The group rehearsed together for 8 hours over a 2-day period and learned some fun music. The guest conductor for this event was Dr. Sam Tsugawa - a Nebo District native who now works as a music Ed professor at BYU.
Students from SFJHS who participated:
Alexa Rose, Parker Coe, Sophie Beehler, Cora Hansen, Molly Petersen, Mara Erickson, Grace Forbush, Andrew Heap
Parents, Students, and Friends -
WHAT IS A HOPE SQUAD?
HOPE Squads are the eyes and ears of our school. They are comprised of students who are trained to watch for at-risk students–provide friendship, identify warning signs, and seek help from adults.
WHAT IS HOPE WEEK?
HOPE WEEK is a time to raise awareness about HOPE squad and what they do. Throughout the week students are given opportunities to forge new friendships and combat feelings of loneliness or isolation.
9th grade students in Foods and Nutrition 1 class recently competed in a Grilled Cheese Wars Competition.
Groups had to search for, or create, a recipe for a gourmet grilled cheese sandwich. After making shopping lists and developing a plan, students came the next day ready to cook!