Lobo Update 4/22/15


Parents, Students and Friends


This Friday, April 24th is midterm - Let’s make sure that all work is turned in and any deficient grades are raised. 

 Teacher Appreciation Week (emphasis added)

Next week is teacher appreciation week - Thanks to all our awesome teachers for what you do to help students achieve high levels of learning here at SFJHS. You really do make a difference for kids every day!

 SFJHS Night at Zupas

March Lobo Band Update 2015

By Chelsey Froelich; Tri-M Historian

This article was written by Advanced Band member Chelsey Froelich.  Chelsey is a ninth-grader at Spanish Fork Junior High and Historian for Tri-M, a music honor society.

 The month of March has been very busy for the Spanish Fork Lobo Concert and Jazz Bands.  Concert Band had a festival on March 10th at the Spanish Fork High School and the Jazz Band on March 26th at Maple Mountain.  Jazz and Concert Bands both received a Superior (1-) rating.

At festival, the Lobo Concert Band played “Chorale Elegant,” and “Jungle Dance.” 

Zupas Night!

Next Tuesday, April 28th from 5-9 p.m., will be Spanish Fork Junior High Night at Zupas! That's right, on Tuesday only, Zupas will donate 20% of your entire order to Spanish Fork Junior High.  This is a great excuse to try out one of Spanish Fork's newest restaurants and help our school at the same time. Look for posters, flyers, and individual tickets for more information. And thank you in advance for helping out our school!

Don's Student Council


Attention, all ninth graders.  Elections for your next year SBOs are going on now! The polls are open and will be until Thursday at noon.  Check out the candidates' posters in the hallways, and visit the Spanish Fork High School website to vote. Simply click on "Students" and go to the voting link to cast  your vote.  Remember, you may only vote once with your lunch number, so make your selections wisely.  Good luck to all of our candidates from SFJHS!

Dave Huff Receives Teacher of the Year Award

Lana Hiskey

“Mr. Huff is a remarkable teacher. Throughout his career he has taught band, math, Chinese, social studies, summer school and served as Dean of Students. No matter the assignment, Dave has proved successful. Teachers and students enjoy working with someone that is so knowledgeable, and one that is so willing to share and help others become better.”

Answer's to Last Weeks Math Problem of the Week and the New Math Problem of the Week


Growing Polygons Problem

Answer:  23 Winners: Wayne Blaylock and Maddy Johnson


The Gallon or the Gallows Problem 

"Let's see.  We need 3 toad eyes, 27 hairs from an elephant, 1 ounce of dragon blood, a pinch of paprika, 1 tiger tooth, 13 four-leaf clovers, and exactly 1 gallon of water.  Hurry, please, or you will regret it!"