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600 S. 820 E. Spanish Fork, Utah 84660 | (801) 798-4075 (801) 798-4097 (fax)
Parents, Students and Friends –
Last Call for Library Books
Parents and Students: Please be on the lookout for any books belonging to SFJHS Library. If your student has a fine or overdue book, they were notified this week with a reminder slip. We have a great school library, with a wonderful collection. Please help us keep it that way by returning all books. Thank you so much for your help. If you have any questions talk to Mrs. Wilson in the library.
Lagoon Bus Tickets Now Being Sold in the Office
Bus tickets are now being sold and sales will continue until available bus seats fill up. Bus tickets cost $15 and entrance to Lagoon is $33. Students must purchase their bus ticket in the front office. Lagoon entrance tickets may either be purchased online at www.lagoonpark.com - enter Promo Code: nebo to receive the student price, or purchased when they arrive at Lagoon (Note: Lagoon does NOT accept checks). Please be aware of the following criteria for Lagoon attendance: Citizenship grades cannot be an N or U in more than 1 class; all outstanding balances for lunch and/or other school fees must be paid; all detentions must be served. Check the lists outside the office to make sure you are eligible.
Summer Food Bank Lunches
Utah Food Bank - Summer Feeding Program in Utah County will be offering lunches this summer. All youth up to age 18 who come to the Summer Feeding Program will receive a free healthy lunch. The program begins June 6th and will continue through August 18th, Monday through Friday, 11:30am to 1:00pm. Lunches will be served at the Spanish Fork City Center Library Park, 100 East 50 South. No registration is required. For more information contact Kerri Duncan at 801-887-1251 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Invitation to Participate in the Utah “Traveling to School” Survey
Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG) has asked SFJHS to make parents aware of the “Traveling to School” Survey. The purpose of this survey is to improve the transportation planning process through a better understanding of how students get to and from school. This brief survey should be filled out by parents. The main objective of the survey is to determine the distance traveled between home and school, as well as the mode of travel (walk, bike, carpool, school bus, etc.). This information is important in helping to make better decisions regarding future transportation investments. Please visit www.mountainland.org/traveltoschoolsurvey to complete the survey. Individual survey responses will be combined with all other responses and will remain completely confidential. For questions, please contact Callie New at 801-363-4250 ext. 1107 or email@example.com For more information about MAG, please visit our website at www.mountainland.org
Lunch Accounts and Other School Fees and Fines
The school year is quickly winding down and with that we remind parents to make sure that your student’s lunch balance is caught up and kept current. Also, please make sure any outstanding balances for school fees or fines are taken care of ASAP with Mrs. Hall in the front office. PLEASE BE AWARE that in order to receive a year book on May 26th and to qualify for Lagoon all outstanding balances owed must be paid in full. Your help in this regard is greatly appreciated. Your student’s current lunch balance is -
Lobos in Action
Spanish Fork Junior High had 54 Students participate in the Utah State Junior Livestock Show last week. 17 students showed Steers or Heifers, 21 students showed Hogs and 16 students showed Lambs. This is the largest show in the state of Utah and there is top competition. They also competed in Livestock Judging, Knowledge Tests and Record Books. The following students were champions in their divisions; Brooke Sorensen, Josie Sorensen, Brayden Banks, Kacie Sorensen, Porter Olsen, Haygen Kogianes, Easton Redd, and Gage Fevold. Others placing in top ten are Jessica Olsen, Luke Worthington, Katelyn Beckstead, Ashlyn Herbst, Cody Herbst, Weston Ottesen, Kael Jensen, Gracie Sorensen, and Tanner Voorhees. Other students showing were; Chase Holt, Cami Holt, Katelynn Poulsen, McKlay Ackerman, Brady Orton, Tyler Ottesen, Porter Stulce, Gavin Woodhouse, Ellie Ash , Maddy Andersen , Mitchell Andersen, Jade Rindlisbacher, Wyatt Evans, Brooklynn Giles, Kyle Clark, Michael Wyss, Jackson Cornaby, Carston Ludlow, Boston Thatcher, Haygen Kogianes, Gracie Beckstrom, Dax Hill, Whitlee Price, Shalee Burningham, Lance Jensen, Jaxen Gurney and Joseph Sullivan. Way to go Lobos!
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