School News

Cameron Campbell Qualifies for National Geographic State Bee

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by Russell LeMmon

Cameron Campbell has recently been notified by the National Geographic Society that he is one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the state level competition of the 2017 National Geographic State Bee. The contest will be held at Thanksgiving Point on Friday, March 31, 2017.

Service and Fun Highlight FFA Week Celebration

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By Chaleesa Warren

Students in Spanish Fork FFA recently celebrated FFA Week.  Students began celebration by winning 1st place in Poultry judging competition at the Wasatch Back Judging Invitational.

After that they participated in game night and the annual Alumni banquet.  They finished off the festivities with a service project at the local Veterans Home.

Thanks to all those who participated!!​

Lobo Update 2/27/17

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Parents, Students and Friends –

 Staff Development Day

We want to remind all parents that Monday, March 6th will be a district wide minimum day for staff development (SDD).  School will be released at 11:15am and buses will run accordingly.  Please be aware of this shortened schedule in order to make any necessary arrangements.

 Track - Be a Part of Something Awesome

Black Light Dance

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by Jaimie Dannelly

The SFJHS Student Council put on a Black Light Dance after school on February 24th. Lots of students came to spend time with their friends and show off their best dance moves! There were multiple kick lines, conga lines, dance-off circles, and the DJ even taught the crowd how to do the Cupid Shuffle. The Student Council would like to thank everyone involved including our chaperones, administration, janitors, and DJ who helped them to put on an awesome dance!

Beginning Orchestra Goes Searching for New Talent

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By Rillene Nielsen, Pictures by Angela Harman

It’s that time of year again.  Students are deciding what classes to take next year and what activities they want to participate in.  Sixth-graders form area elementary schools are realizing next year they get some choice in their classes.  And Mrs. Harman, SFJH orchestra teacher, along with her beginning orchestra students are out recruiting new potential members.

“Yesterday the Beginning Orchestra went on our recruiting tour to the local elementary schools to play for the 6th graders,” reports Mrs. Harman.  “We had a great time!”

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