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LOBO UPDATE 01-06-2020

Submitted by alesha.lemmon on Mon, 01/06/2020 - 16:55
LOBO UPDATE 01-06-2020
THURSDAY – END OF TERM 2
We are in the last days of the first semester this week. The students and our staff are working together to bring this term to a successful close and we need all hands on deck. Please check your child’s grades on Aspire and talk with them about any missing assignments or make up work that needs to be turned in. We are excited for the spring semester and all of the academics, concerts, sporting events, plays, service opportunities, and activities we have planned.
 
HOPE WEEK

Gingerbread Animal Facility

Submitted by david.thacker on Fri, 12/20/2019 - 08:39
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by Chaleesa Warren
Gingerbread Animal Facility

8th grade Animal Science students designed gingerbread animal facilities this week after making a realistic blueprint and materials list. They also had to show proper waste management practices, shelter, fencing and bedding/flooring. Animal facilities ranged from beef operations to dog training, horse breeding/training and even a butterfly enclosure. 

Penny Wars

Submitted by david.thacker on Wed, 12/18/2019 - 13:43
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By Dallin Rust
Penny Wars

Last week our school participated in Penny Wars. Penny Wars is a competitive game of donating change and money. The competition was between second period classes. Each class had a jar to collect their money. The objective is to have the most silver and paper money. Pennies count as negative points. We had a leaderboard of three teachers. The three-second period classes that won could choose between hot chocolate, donuts, or a pizza party. 

Christmas Grams

Submitted by david.thacker on Wed, 12/18/2019 - 09:31
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By Audrey Woolston (student)
Christmas Grams

The student council sold Christmas Grams during the past week. The Christmas Grams are a great way to spread Christmas cheer throughout the school! 

Students could by candy bars, fun size bars, or candy canes for their friends and classmates. They will be delivered by the student council. 

What could be better than having a fun treat delivered to you by a classmate or friend? It is such a fun idea and a great way to spread Christmas cheer!

LOBO UPDATE 12-16-19

Submitted by alesha.lemmon on Mon, 12/16/2019 - 15:52
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LOBO UPDATE 12-16-19

PENNY WARS WAS A SUCCESS!

Penny Wars was wildly successful this year! We had two very enthusiastic classes that worked hard until the very last day to take the win and earn bragging rights until next year. Mr. Carlson took FIRST PLACE and Mr. Whiting came in SECOND PLACE. Overall, our school earned over $3,000 that will be given to Nebo Credit Union’s Warm the Soles Program. This will provide hundreds of new shoes to students in need. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED! 

Cs, Bs, AND As FOR THE HOLIDAYS

FFA Takes Third Place in Young Living Farm Trim a Tree Contest

Submitted by david.thacker on Mon, 12/16/2019 - 11:27
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Story and photo by Chaleesa Warren
FFA Takes Third Place in Young Living Farm Trim a Tree Contest

Spanish Fork Junior High FFA students worked hard making hunting themed ornaments for their tree at the Trim a Tree contest this past weekend at Young Living Farm in Mona.

Thanks to all of our students who helped with this! Our officer team did a great job getting the tree decorated. SFJHS finished third in the contest Saturday.

Audience has Fun at Concert

Submitted by david.thacker on Fri, 12/13/2019 - 15:01
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by Brigham Folsom (student)
Audience has Fun at Concert

During the Thursday, December 12th, orchestra concert, audience members were presented not only a great musical performance, they were also encouraged to participate in a couple different ways. 

SFJHS 7th Grade Christmas Orchestra Concert!

Submitted by david.thacker on Fri, 12/13/2019 - 14:59
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By Emily Jensen (student)
SFJHS 7th Grade Christmas Orchestra Concert!

SFJHS had their 7th grade Christmas orchestra concert! And it was a lot of fun (like always). 

The orchestra played lots of different songs. The first song they played is called “Appalachian Hymn.” It is reminiscent of other traditional songs, and popular folk tunes. 

Another song they played was called “North Pole March.” It gives a reminder of some well-known Christmas songs. There was even a Santa walking up and down the isles throwing toys to the little kids. They then played the well-known Christmas song, “What Child Is This.” 

ALC Field Trip

Submitted by david.thacker on Wed, 12/11/2019 - 16:21
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ALC Field Trip

9th grade students are invited to attend a field trip to the Advanced Learning Center in Salem on Tuesday, December 17th from 9:15 to 11:30. Students will tour the ALC and learn about all the fun classes you can take there for college credit.

Permission slips are available in the counseling office. They are due by Monday, December 16th. We have limited space so sign up soon to guarantee a spot!

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