The Lobo Way
- Strengthen the Pack
- Learn to Learn
- Forgive and Accept
- Find My Voice
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Looking for a new activity to try? You could try the new card-making club! Come meet new friends, have fun with old ones, and make beautiful, handmade cards for everyone. We meet every Monday after school and make two cards each week. This week we made a beautiful ombre one and a wonderful flowery one. It’s not too late to join, so come on and make some cards! If you’re interested, meet in the Lobo Den after school on Mondays. For more information contact Mrs. Green in room 34.
Fall Captains Academy was a big hit once again.
Our fantastic Captains, George Heywood, Sarah Seely, and Sydnie Smith, were chosen by their coaches and team mates and represented our school well.
At the conference, they heard excellent messages from local High school principals Bart Peery and Everett Kelepolo. The messages on sportsmanship and leadership were great reminders for everyone.
What an awesome opportunity for these student athletes to learn! Now they’ll be able to share their knowledge with their team mates!
Parents, Students, and Friends -
THE LOBO WAY
As we live The Lobo Way, look for ways this week to recognize the good in others. This is part of STRENGTHENING THE PACK. Teachers and students, when you see the good in others, tell them what you saw and how it impacted you. Come to the office and share your experience with Mr. Christensen, Mrs. LeMmon, or Mr. Mortensen for a small treat!
Our first Cross-Country meet was a great success! We competed against all schools in the district at Mapleton Jr. High.
Our captains, Sarah Seeley and George Heywood, led the team in stretches before the race which started with a big Lobo cheer! Our team did a fantastic job encouraging each other to run their best.
The girls’ team took 4th place and the boys’ team took 5th. Ryan Olson, 7th grade, took first place overall in the boys race.
Coach Brooks and Coach Zacharias are proud of each runner and excited to see what the rest of the season brings. GO LOBOS!
On Saturday, September 8, members of the SFJHS Student Council and Honor Society woke up before sunrise and traveled to Sandy to attend the Utah Association of Student Councils Leadership Conference. These students attended different workshops to learn new ways to become leaders in their school and increase student involvement. The breakout sessions were focused on being unique, facing challenges, getting the word out, and spectacular assemblies. The students returned with a lot of great ideas and are excited to share them at SFJHS! Thank you to the advisers Mrs. Kelly, Mrs.