April 2017

Reading for Enjoyment Field Trip

Attributions: 
By Kaye Brockbank

Spanish Fork Jr. High’s Reading for Enjoyment class visited the guests at the Payson Veteran’s Home on April, 26th.  The students had practiced reading short stories and were excited to share them with the veterans.  After reading and visiting, the students got to participate in Noodle Ball and Yoga with the veterans.  Students were able to get to know some funny men and heard some great stories about their service to our country and their life after their service. 

Decades Dance

Attributions: 
by Jaimie Dannelly

The SFJHS Student Council worked hard to put on their final dance of the year. The "Decades Dance" was a hit! Students came dressed as their favorite decade with clothes ranging from 50's poodle skirts to 90's grunge. There were some great outfits and the best from each decade won a prize! The Student Council would like to thank everyone who came and give a shout-out to the awesome chaperones, administration, janitors, and DJ who helped bring everything together!

Awesome Talent at SFJH Poetry Slam

Attributions: 
by Rillene Nielsen pictures by Rillene Nielsen, Chris Thompson, and Joe Anson

Spanish Fork Junior High’s annual Poetry Slam was held Thursday, April 20th in the Little Theater.  Slammers from across three grade levels performed to a packed house who snapped enthusiastically.  It was awesome!

Thirty-nine students participated.  To qualify, students needed to find and memorized poems of at least 12 lines.  While many students researched poets to find their poems, a significant number of students wrote poems especially for the slam. 

Farm Field Days

Attributions: 
By Chaleesa Warren

14 FFA members at SFJHS had the opportunity to help with the Utah County Farm Field Days on Tuesday April 11th.  Students taught second graders the importance of agriculture from honey bees to orchards to livestock animals. Landon Nielsen even had the opportunity to teach about his own agriculture project of raising bees and selling honey!

Salem Hills Judging Event

Attributions: 
By Chaleesa Warren

FFA students represented SFJHS on 3 different judging teams at a judging competition on Wednesday April 12th. Students were successful and are ready to compete at state contest in less than 10 days! Teams were as follows:  Food Science Marlei Clayson Storri Nelson Katelyn Beckstead  Horse Evaluation Tanner Voorhees Ellie Ash Livestock Gage Fevold Easton ReddBrayden Banks 

Lobo Update 4/17/17

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Parents, Students and Friends –

 Mid-Term

This Friday, April 21st is midterm - Let’s make sure that all work is turned in and any deficient grades are raised. Let’s work hard and finish strong!

 Annual Spring Hike for ALL Students

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