September 2017

Lobo Update 9/11/17

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Parents, Students and Friends –

 HOPE SQUAD APPLICATIONS

The HOPE Squad is a Peer Support team whose goals are to provide service and support to students and the community, to prevent bullying, youth suicide and suicidal behaviors. HOPE Squad members are friends to everyone and willing to help out and assist in groups and where needed. If you are interested in becoming a member of HOPE Squad, please get an application from the counseling office. Applications are due by September 14th.

 FALL HIKERS

9-11 Memories

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By Jaimie Dannelly

On September 11, Miss Dannelly's 7th grade Reading classes spent the day listening to guest speakers and reading faculty members memories and experiences from that infamous day 16 years ago. They compared and contrasted the various points of view different people had and discussed the impact that event has had on the world. Special thanks to all of the SFJHS faculty that contributed their stories and were willing to have them published for all to read. Also, a huge thanks to our guest speakers Ms. Holley, Mr. Mortensen, Mr. Waters, Mr. Palfreyman, and Mrs. Wilson! 

Cross Country Results 9/8/17

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By Esther Zacharias

Today's XC meet took place at SFJH. All Junior Highs in Nebo School District came out for the meet. The Lobo girl's team took 4th overall and the Lobo boy's team placed 5th. Way to go LOBOS! 

Lobo boys' times:

Max Murray 9:40

William Jorgensen 10:03

Andrew Folsom 10:05

September Students of the Month

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Amy Gibson

Today we celebrated the September Students of the Month! These are students who exemplify The Lobo Way by strengthening, learning, forgiving and accepting, and using their voice.

Students are nominated by teachers in every department. Students earning a Student of the Month recognition receive a certificate of recognition and a Lobo Lunch. All have the opportunity to introduce themselves, enjoy lunch with faculty and administration, and hang out in the Lobo Den playing ping pong, foosball, and other games. 

Students of the Month for September are:

Seventh-graders Find Studying Utah’s Geography Delicious!

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Story and Pictures by Alyse J. Freeland

Mrs. Freeland's class has been learning about the 3 regions in Utah--The Great Basin Region, the Colorado Plateau Region and the Rocky Mountain Region.  

The students were able to show their knowledge by making a region map of Utah using graham crackers, frosting, air heads, marshmallows and chocolate chips.  It made for a good and delicious review of Utah's Regions!

Lobo Update 9/5/17

Parents, Students and Friends –

COUNSELING CENTER:  GUEST SPEAKERS WANTED
The counselors would like our students to become more aware of the many career choices students have.  We are looking for people with interesting careers to come and share information about their career during our Pack-time from 9:35-10:05, Tuesday-Friday.  If you would be willing to share your experience with our students call or email Travis Palfreyman or any of the school counselors.

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