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FACS news

By Kris Kelly

Mrs. Kelly's FACS (Family And Consumer Science) Exploration classes have been learning about Values, Goals, Decision Making, Table Setting and Good Manners.  On Thursday they practiced their good manners with an Etiquette dinner.  SFJH students rocked it!

Hikers See Cave of Wonders On Annual Scramble

Story and pictures by Garrett Johnson

Sixty-one brave souls came out for the annual fall hike up the Mt. Loafer Switchbacks, on Thursday Sept. 14th. 

The weather was cloudy and cool as they loaded the bus to head to the trail head.  The hikers traveled to Woodland Hills where they tackled the Mt. Loafer Switch backs, a 3 mile round trip journey. 

Minimal Day Schedule


Monday, September 18, 2017


1) 8:00 - 8:25 -25 min

2) 8:30 - 8:55 - 25 min

3) 9:00 - 9:25 - 25 min

4) 9:30 - 9:55 - 25 min

5) 10:00 - 10:25 - 25 min

6) 10:30 - 10:50 - 20 min

7) 10:55 - 11:15 - 20 min

After School Clubs

After school clubs are about to begin - come join the fun with the different options we have available.

On Monday we have an Improv club- come learn how to do improv and play a variety of improv games after school.

On Tuesday we have chess club - improve your skills and compete against your friends.

On Wednesday we have an Art club - explore a variety of different art techniques.

On Thursday we have an Anime club- look and see all the different types of anime and make your own!

Lobo Update 9/11/17


Parents, Students and Friends –


The HOPE Squad is a Peer Support team whose goals are to provide service and support to students and the community, to prevent bullying, youth suicide and suicidal behaviors. HOPE Squad members are friends to everyone and willing to help out and assist in groups and where needed. If you are interested in becoming a member of HOPE Squad, please get an application from the counseling office. Applications are due by September 14th.


9-11 Memories

By Jaimie Dannelly

On September 11, Miss Dannelly's 7th grade Reading classes spent the day listening to guest speakers and reading faculty members memories and experiences from that infamous day 16 years ago. They compared and contrasted the various points of view different people had and discussed the impact that event has had on the world. Special thanks to all of the SFJHS faculty that contributed their stories and were willing to have them published for all to read. Also, a huge thanks to our guest speakers Ms. Holley, Mr. Mortensen, Mr. Waters, Mr. Palfreyman, and Mrs. Wilson!