October 2018

FFA Represents Spanish Fork Well at National Convention

Attributions: 
by Chaleesa Warren

Spanish Fork FFA was represented well at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, IN last week.  9th grade students Rylei Voorhees and Ashley Olsen competed in the science fair with their projects.  Rylei was 6th place in the food products and processing category.  Her project was about bacteria growth in meat at room temperature. She was able to use her results to help inform customers at her family's meat packing plant of safe storage for meat products.

LOBO UPDATE 10/30/18

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Photos by Bridgett Johnson

Parents, Students, and Friends -

WANTED: CAREER PRESENTERS

We are looking for Career Presenters during Pack Time.  Whatever job you do, we want to hear more about it! This helps our students to see the many careers out in the real world and how all of them help our society.

Basketball Intramurals After School

Attributions: 
by Tyler Hurst

Basketball Intramurals are after school every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. It’s a great way to get ready for the upcoming basketball season. All grades seventh through ninth are invited to play. Everyone is included. If you want to play, show up and you will be put on a team. You will play games of two minutes. Everyone plays no matter how good they are. You can make your own team and sign it up with Coach Carlson. If you need a fun thing after school, basketball intramurals is a great way to have fun. It also helps you develop your skills and helps you get better.

Para-Educator McKayla Loftin-King Receives PEAK Award

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McKayla Loftin-King, Para-Educator, Spanish Fork Junior

“McKayla Loftin-King is a support technician at Spanish Fork Junior High School who serves students daily with a tremendously positive attitude and mounds of patience for each person. She really exemplifies the Lobo Way at our school. McKayla is a solid and determined individual who shows a genuinely caring attitude to everyone. She always wears a smile and approaches her duties consistently with positivity. The students know she cares about them. Isn’t that the most important thing we do?”

 

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