The Lobo Way
- Strengthen the Pack
- Learn to Learn
- Forgive and Accept
- Find My Voice
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The Spanish Fork Youth Arts Festival will be June 4-15th at the Spanish Fork high school! registration begins May 9th at midnight (May 8th). With classes for everyone ages 18 months to 18 years. We have something for EVERYONE!! From illustration, painting, culinary arts, dancing, singing, drama, designing, sculpting and so much more!!
Come start your summer with fun at the Spanish Fork Youth Arts Festival!!
For more information and a list of classes and prices follow the link below.
The annual Spring hike put on by the PE Department did not disappoint this year. Students were able to travel to Provo and hike to the "Y" it was an awesome experience. Although the trail was very steep everyone was able to make it to the top! Everyone enjoyed spectacular views of Utah Valley and were able to enjoy some time outdoors in the mountains. What an awesome State we live in!
Last Thursday Drama I performed their class plays that they have been working so hard on. It was a huge success! The audience loved the three fairy tale remakes: The Fairy Godmothers, where the Fairy Godmother is leaving for vacation, leaving her assistant in charge. Snowee White and the Seven Chicks, where rockstar Snowee White needs money and fame, but his uncle dies and that changes everything. And finally Rescuing Cupid, where Valentine's Day might be canceled if an evil twin gets his way. Good job Drama 1!
If there is anyone that would like to be involved with PTA at Spanish Fork Jr. High for the 2018-2019 school year, we would love to hear from you. We are currently filling some committee positions for next year so please email firstname.lastname@example.org now to let us know and we will see what spots are open. Then sign up for SFJHS PTA during summer registration. Thank you!
SFJH’s first year of TED-Ed Clubs came to a close with an assortment of Ted-style talks on a variety of topics: even though we have a tendency to stereo-type, we all have something in common—we can all speak the language of kindness to others and to ourselves; the dangers of technology addiction; being tolerant to those with food intolerances, specifically Celiac Disease; playing Terraria; helping yourself and others deal with anxiety; you don’t have to be perfect to be successful and you don’t have to have others’ validation to be confident; repair the bad effects of peer pressure and bull
According to the Library of Congress website, Letters About Literature is a reading and writing contest for students in grades 4-12. Students are asked to read a book, poem or speech and write to the author (living or dead) about how the book affected them personally. Letters are judged on state and national levels. Tens of thousands of students from across the country enter Letters About Literature each year.