HOPE Week

This week is HOPE Week, and our HOPE squad has an ajenda of events: 

  • Tuesday:  Assembly Tommy Wells (afternoon)
  •   HOPE Walk 7 PM @ Spanish Fork High School.  Bring flashlights or glow sticks
  • Wednesday:  Wear Yellow day
  • Thursday: "Praise your Peers"  (students sign a compliment wall at lunch)
  • Friday: HOPE Pledge (Students pledge to stand up to bullying at lunch)

 

Winners from last weeks math problem, and the new problem of the week

Attributions: 

Deck Problem

 ANSWER:   New Dimensions:  (starting from the top and going clockwise)  10 ft, 4 ft, 2 ft, 2 ft, 8 ft, 6 ft.    Dimensions of the scale drawing.  5 in, 2 in, 1 in, 1 in, 4 in, 3 in.

Winners: Kyle Bartlett, Wayne Blaylock, Andrew Gunyan, Maddy Johnson

Growing Polygons Problem

Lobo Update 3/25/15

Attributions: 

Parents, Students and Friends

Return of Registration Materials

Please be aware that ALL registration materials must be returned by Friday, March 27th with parent signatures. 7th graders: Return your forms to your CTE teacher. 8th graders: Return your forms to your US History teacher. If you have any questions about registration please drop by the counseling center and speak with the registrar Mrs. Provstgaard or a counselor.

 3rd Term Report Cards

Winners from last weeks math problem, and the new problem of the week

Attributions: 

Dog Run Problem

Answer:  No...it is 99% of the old. Winners: Kyle Bartlett, Andrew Gunyan, Maddy Johnson, and Greg Olson

Deck Problem

Your Dad is going to build a deck for your house and he finds the perfect plans but he needs to make it 2/3 as big as it is in the plans.  He wants you to help him come up with the new measurements.  Then, he wants you to make a scale drawing so he can share his new plans with his brother.  He wants the scale to be 1/2 inch = 1 foot.

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

Attributions: 

TV Problem
Answers:  Length = 21.6”; Width = 16.2”
Winner:   Maddy Johnson

Dog Run Problem

Tim wanted to change the shape of his dog run so that his dog has more room but he isn't sure this will give him more space.    He decides to increase the length by 10% and decrease the width by 10%.  Is the new area more that the old?  Why or why not?


 

Sharing the Staff of Life

Attributions: 
by Rillene R. E. Nielsen

On Friday, March 6th, 2015, representatives from King Arthur Flour came to SFJH and met with the seventh grade students in a CTE sponsored assembly.  Students learned the ins-and-outs of bread making and were given recipes, a dough scraper, and two 2 pound bags of flour.

Lobo Update 3/11/15

Parents, Students and Friends

End of Third Term

Please note that the end of the term is coming up quickly, on Thursday March 19th.  That is just one week away!  Students: Please check with teachers to get any missing work gathered, completed and turned in by each teacher’s cutoff date (usually several days before that last day of the term). Parents: please encourage students to work with their teachers to get any missing work or tests finished.  Together we can help all of our kids achieve high levels of student success!

Winners from last weeks math problem, and the new problem of the week

Attributions: 

The Garden Problem  ANSWER:  $108.00 

Winners: Kyle Bartlett , Mr. Lawrence, Daxton Davis, Jordan DeYoung, Andrew Gunyan, Brock Johnson, Maddy Johnson, Robert LaPray, Jamison Massey, Mason Olson

TV Problem

Many television screens are rectangles that are measured by the length of their diagonals.  The ratio of the horizontal length to the height in a standard television screen is 4:3.  What are the horizontal and vertical lengths of a “27-inch” television screen?  (Hint:  Pythagoreas may have the solution)

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