November 2016

Lobo’s Basketball Off to a Sizzling Start

by Garrett Johnson, Boy’s Coach

The boys’ basketball team is off to a hot start this season.  They now have 3 wins and 1 loss. 

The team has been able to get good all-around play from all 12 players.  The hustle and fight in this team is incredible. 

A great home crowd is always nice to have, and SF Jr. has the best in the region.  The team has been able to defeat Payson, Pleasant Grove and Provo at home.  The lone loss of the season came on the road against a very talented American Fork team.  


Lobo Update 11/28/16


Parents, Students and Friends –

 Mid-Term and Parent Teacher Conferences

Mid-Term is this Friday, December 2nd - Students, let’s make sure that all work is turned in and any deficient grades are raised. Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held the following Thursday, December 8th from 3:30 – 8:00pm.

 School Grade Level Configuration Discussion 

Lady Lobos Win Big in Season Opener


The Lady Lobos played their season opener against Payson yesterday.  Their determination and persistence from the get go earned them a mighty win of 57-24.  Jami Kovatch was excited enough to shave her Lobo Pride into their head!
High scorers for the Lobos were:

  • Erica Allan- 18pts
  • Eliza Bowman- 20pts
  • Addi Urmston- 7pts

Congrats Lobos!


Science Classes go to BYU Planetarium

by Naomi Philips

Classes of Mr. Bartholomew and Mrs. Phillips took a field trip to the BYU Planetarium.  They learned about robots in space that provide information about planets in our solar system and far away stars.  They also learned about some of the constellations and the recent Super Moon.

Hope Squad and Student Council Attend SLC Anti-Bullying Conference

by Melissa Nielson

The SFJHS Hope Squad and Student Council students attended an event on Wednesday at the Vivint Smart Home Arena that was hosted by the Utah Anti-Bullying Coalition.

The students were welcomed by the Utah Jazz Bear and the dunk and stunt team. The band “Foreign Figures” performed, and then students heard from three different speakers.

Therapy Dog Visit

by Chaleesa Warren

Students in animal science were visited from Ms. Karen Horman and her therapy dog, Shiloh.  They work for Intermountain Therapy Animals. Shiloh's job is to go to the hospital almost every day to encourage patients and help them heal.  He also travels to local schools to help kindergartners learn to read. Therapy animals build confidence in young children without feeling pressure from a peer. Students were able to ask questions about how to get a job in the field and even learned some training techniques for their own dogs at home.