October 2016

Lobo Update 10/31/16


Parents, Students and Friends –

 Red Ribbon Week

This Week- today, October 31st through November 4th will be our Red Ribbon week. Students are invited to participate by dressing up to show their school spirit - Monday: Halloween Costumes (scare away drugs), Tuesday: Favorite Sports Team Shirt/Jersey (team up against suicide), Wednesday: Wear Orange or Camouflage (the buck stops here, you are responsible), Thursday: Hat Day (hats off to good choices) and Friday: Wear White (fight the new drug)

 SafeUT Crisis Tipline

Zombie Haiku Winners 2016


7th Grade:

1st Place: Halle Smith

2nd Place: Meridee Nordstrom

3rd Place: Paisley Payne

8th Grade:

1st Place: Kayla Clark

2nd Place: Tyson Terry

3rd Place: Cade Campbell

9th Grade:

1st Place: Caitlyn Irwin

2nd Place: Colton Ricks

3rd Place: Sadie Starkey


1st Place: Mrs. Nielsen

2nd Place: Mr. Thacker

3rd Place: Mrs. Thompson


Trick or Treat at night

I see a zombie costume

4-H Clubs are Starting Soon

Hi All Parents and Students.The 4H clubs will be starting up on Tuesday November 1st. They start at 2:45 and will run until 4:15, Tuesday thru Friday. There will be a club on Monday but we are still working on the details. You will need to fill out a Registration form which you can pick up in the office, just turn them into me (Molly) when you come to your first club. For now it is free to join and you can join as many as you like. We will meet in the Lobo den for a snack and student check in, and then you will all head out to your clubs.

Seventh-Grade Utah Studies Classes Visit This is the Place

by Rillene Nielsen with Shea Harmer

Seventh-graders from Mrs. Harmer and Ms. Terry's classes got to go to This Is The Place Heritage Park today.

Students learn about the lifestyles of mountain men and Native Americans.  They also saw demonstrations on skills need by the Utah pioneers like tanning leather.  They even learned about the trans-continental railroad.

Later in the year, students will visit the Great Salt Lake and Antelope Island.

Field trips help make learning authentic.  Thanks Mrs. Harmer and Ms. Terry for planning learning activities that engage students.

Lobo Update 10/24/16


Parents, Students and Friends –

 End of 1st Term

Please note that the last day of first term is this Friday, October 28th - Final term grades will be printed and sent home with students  the following Friday, November 4th.

 Red Ribbon Week

Students Encouraged to Participate in Freedom Festival Contests

This just in to SFJH—

Provo’s annual, Freedom Festival is encouraging students from all over Utah County to participate in one or more of its five (5) contests.  Here is there official announcement:

“The Freedom Festival sponsors multiple patriotic contests each year in categories including Art, Essay, Speech, Storytelling, and Video. The video contest is open to everyone; other contests are open only to students. The contest theme this year is Freedom.”

Seventh Grade Students Explore Careers

by Kathy Thacker

The seventh grade College and Career Awareness classes participated in a career fair on October 18th and 19th.  Parents and family of seventh grade students volunteered to come to the College and Career Awareness classes to teach students all about their jobs. 

Here’s a list of some of the awesome jobs we learned about:  Juvenile Court Victim Coordinator, Building Inspector, Sr. Software Engineer, Internet Marketing, Meteorologist, Assistant Athletic Director for BYU, Registered Nurse, Cosmetologist, Dietician, Seamstress, and Financial Planner.

Native American History Topic of Cross Grade Assembly

by Rillene Nielsen with Shae Harmer, pictures by Shae Harmer and Lois Terry

Mrs. Shea Harmer and Ms. Lois Terry’s 7th and 8th grade Social Studies students recently had the opportunity to learn about the contributions made by Native Americans to the United States and our lifestyle.

During a presentation by Eileen Quintana and Brenda Beyal of the Nebo School District Indian Education program, students learned about the history of Native Americans and their impact on history.  They were also able to examine artifacts Quintana and Beyal brought with them.