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Now showing at the Peteetneet School in Payson is the Nebo School District Art Show. This exhibit runs through February, giving all a chance to check out the entries from students at Spanish Fork Jr. High School. The following students have exhibits in the Art Show, Katelyn Gallacher, Kelsie Christensen, Nathaniel Goodman, Bethany Wride, Malea Uresk, Shawnee Argyle, Bryce Bingham, Kell Jensen, Kayla Krause, Trevor Ricks, Jennifer Clark, and Alexa Baker. Their art teacher, Mr. Millman, is very proud of his students and invites everyone to visit the exhibit.
Last November Will Bass, working on his Eagle Scout Award, and the National Junior Honor Society at Spanish Fork Junior High School began a project to supply emergency kits for each classroom. The kits provide essential needs for students in case of a long term lock-down situation or evacuation.
Joe Anson was awarded the Crystal Apple Award recently at Spanish Fork Jr. High School. Joe is a talented and dedicated teacher who is very deserving of an honor such as this. Mr. Anson has been teaching for ten years, all of which have been at SFJH. His education began at B.Y.U where he earned a BA in English Teaching. While teaching and raising a family, Joe earned his Masters of Education degree from Utah State University, and has plans to pursue a PhD soon.
Thirteen 8th grade students recently represented Spanish Fork Jr. High School in the American Mathematics Competition. They were Tyler Averett, Chandler Bennett, Kirtlyn Bohling, Daniel Chowdhry, Meagan Christensen, Westley Cook, Joshua Cowley, Taylor Hansen, Devere Morris, Suzanne Rhodes, Holly Roberts, Rachel Sly, and Natalie Wixom. The national average for the contest was 12.2. Spanish Fork Jr. High’s average was also 12.2.
Spanish Fork Jr. High School teachers are very committed to helping students achieve high levels of learning. Each and every day teachers work with students towards achieving goals that lead to the highest levels of learning possible. But, teachers at the Jr. High have other “hidden” talents, as well. In November students were treated to a talent show assembly where teachers shared a variety of talents with the student body.