The Lobo Way
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- Learn to Learn
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600 S. 820 E. Spanish Fork, Utah 84660 | (801) 798-4075 (801) 798-4097 (fax)
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
Next week, 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)
As part of our Red Ribbon week this year we are inviting students to dress in a costume on Monday, October 31st. Make sure if you choose to wear a costume it follows these requirements: All costumes must meet the same modesty and dress code standards as regular school clothing; all costumes must meet safe school requirements with regards to weapons/violence etc., No masks or painted faces. These guidelines are intended to help school function as normally as possible and your cooperation is appreciated.
All Students are invited to participate in this year’s Freedom Festival. The festival sponsors multiple patriotic contests 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”. In addition to receiving cash prizes, contest winners enjoy having their work promoted in the community by the Freedom Festival all year. The deadline for all contests is November 14, so get moving! Go towww.freedomfestival.org/contests for details on submitting an entry to each contest, including age requirements and cash prizes. We are so excited to see your entries!
Last Chance to Participate in This Year’s Veterans Day Project
For the Veteran's Day Assembly this year, we are trying something new. We want to put together a slideshow of photos with family members of our students who are veterans (parents, siblings, grandparents, etc.). We have set up a Gmail account to receive photos. It is email@example.com Please include the following in your email: (1) the photo attached, (2) the student’s name, (3) the name of the veteran in the photo and relationship to the student, and (4) which branch of the military they served in. Thank you to the many people that have already participated and we are hoping that still more will send in their photos.
Join In for Intramural Badminton
The SFJHS Intramural Program is a chance for students to join in with students from within our own school in fun sports. We encourage all students, boys and girls grades 7-9 to participate in intramurals. Our next sport will be BADMINTON and will run in the morning before school from 7:00-7:55am beginning Tuesday, Nov 1st and continuing Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdaythrough Nov 10th. Students that want to participate can visit with Mr. Carlson or Ms. Tingey to sign-up.
Wrestling Information Meeting
Attention: All 7th through 9th grade students interested in wrestling. There will be a short information meeting held tomorrow,October 25th in room 44 (Mr. Mortimer) right after school. Please talk to Coach Mortimer or Coach J. Brooks with any questions! Click here for the needed athletics forms - http://sfjhs.nebo.edu/Athletics
Lobos in Action
Congratulations to our 9th grade students that participated in the Rocky Mountain Invitational at BYU for marching band and color guard. Colton Engle plays the trumpet in the marching band and they took second place. Madelyn Froelich, Katelyn Porter, and Natalie Kuhni dance with the color guard and they took first place, winning a caption award. Way to go!
Our FFA students competed at Snow College this last week in livestock evaluation, veterinary science, dairy cattle evaluation and horse evaluation. They had a great time and were competitive in their contests including competing against many High Schools. One of our livestock teams was 3rd place over all! That team was: Gage Fevold, Easton Redd, Josie Sorensen and Brayden Banks. Students are looking forward to more judging contests throughout the year.
Upcoming SFJHS Activities: