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Ms. Dannelly teaches 7th Grade English at Spanish Fork Jr. High and is loved by her students. A former student Cassie Rawe said, “My favorite thing about Ms. Dannelly is that she is always happy. She is always smiling. She is just a bright person, always smiling and happy. She understands people a lot. She is really easy to talk to. I still visit her even though she is not my teacher anymore.” Rennan Anderson said, “Ms. Dannelly is always taking the time to make sure that each student can earn the grade they want. She is always happy and never lets us down. She is always smiling and happy.
Spanish Fork Junior High’s Advanced Orchestra recently travelled to the State Orchestra Competition where they earned superior ratings. Way to go!!
If you are interested in listening to/watching a playlist of the competition, follow this link to our schools You Tube Channel:
World Civilizations classes played “The Game of Feudalism” to begin the last week of term 3.
According to Ms. Terry, “They have been learning about the different social/political classes of the Middle Ages and the privileges and problems that went along with those classes. The game was a fun way to reinforce the content and help students understand some of the things that might have happened to them were they still living in the Middle Ages.”
Thanks for sharing the great things going on in your classroom, Ms. Terry!
The Utah Studies classes learned about Mountain Men and Explorers of Utah, by doing a speed learning activity.
“Each student was assigned a Mountain Man or Explorer to ‘become’,” explained Ms. Terry. “They learned about his life and accomplishments and then each student went to the other students to learn about each other. It was a fun and active way to learn some interesting information about the mountain men and explorers who helped in the development of Utah.”
Parents, Students and Friends –
From Our PTA: March Madness Fundraiser
State FFA Convention was a success! Fifteen students from SFJHS went to Cedar City to participate in leadership workshops and were recognized for their agriculture projects. Two of those students competed and won in their division of the Agri-Science Fair.
Our winners were:
Ashley Olsen took the prize in Animal Systems Division 1. Her project was testing different turkey feeds to evaluate cost of feed per pound of gain.
The students in Mrs. Phillips' class celebrated Dr. Seuss Day this week!
Mrs. Philips explained, “We started out by reading books.” Later students made Oobleck, and finally ate green eggs and ham.
Green eggs and ham!!??
And what in the world is Oobleck? Guess we’ll need to read a bit to find the answer to that question.
Thanks for sharing your special day, students.