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Important information for the start of the school year

Submitted by david.thacker on Wed, 07/31/2013 - 14:02

Wednesday, August 21: Seventh Grade Orientation/Open House
8:00-9:00​ Teacher Preparation Time
9:00-9:30​ Students, parents, and faculty meet in Little Theater for 7th grade assembly.
9:30-9:45​ Students will check their lockers to be sure they can make them work.
9:45-11:00​ Students will run through all of their classes on a shortened schedule.
11:00​ Students excused, popsicles will be served out on the front lawn.
11:00-1:00​ Teacher Preparation Time
1:00-5:00​ Open House.

Freshman Basketball

Submitted by david.thacker on Fri, 05/24/2013 - 11:24

Spanish Fork High School’s freshman, or 9th-grade baseball team won the championship in the Utah’s Perfect Game Ninth Grade League on May 17.  The league includes teams from Utah County and South Salt Lake County.  The season’s overall win/loss record was 16-2 and went undefeated in the league tournament.  Spanish Fork Junior High School members include:  Braden Christensen, Nicholas Harrison, Michael Whittaker, Kayden Hopkins, Hayden Rainey, Devin Argyle, Colten Larsen, Riley Daniels, Brandon Archibald, Bracken Archibald, and Bridger Baum.  The winning pitcher in the championship game was

Fine Arts Assembly

Submitted by david.thacker on Fri, 05/24/2013 - 11:23

Monday, May 20th, the Fine Arts Department at Spanish Fork Junior High School presented a wonderful assembly for the student body.   The orchestra students, taught by Angela Harman, played for our enjoyment.  The Seventh-grade orchestra sounded as if they have  been playing for years.  They have earned the best first year award at competitions earlier this spring.  Mr.

Tennis

Submitted by david.thacker on Wed, 05/22/2013 - 08:51
Attributions: 
Coach Moss

Our Varsity team did great this year.  We tied for 2nd place at our end of the year tournament.  Daniel Camacaro and Garret Hales took 1st place in doubles (they did not lose a single match in the tournament!).  Overall our varsity team played with great composure and we surprised quite a few teams.

Our Junior Varsity also played really well at the district tournament where we ended up taking 5th place.  We got a lot of experience from our matches that day and most importantly had a lot of fun!

National Junior Honor Society

Submitted by david.thacker on Mon, 05/20/2013 - 07:54
Attributions: 
Mrs. Parker

 “Students can make a difference in the world. Every year, thousands if not millions of American teenagers engage in meaningful service projects in their schools and communities. While there are many who might belittle the roles these students take, the evidence is clear - students today care enough to give of their time and their resources to improve the world around them. The proof is not difficult to find.”  These students are part of the National Junior Honor Society.

School schedule for the last week

Submitted by david.thacker on Thu, 05/16/2013 - 07:56
  • Monday - Fine arts assembly
  • Tuesday - Awards assembly - 9th grade during 2nd period, 8th grade during 3rd period, 7th grade during 4th period. Final locker cleanout the last 10 minutes of 7th period
  • Wednesday - Yearbooks handed out before school
  • Thursday - Lagoon Day - begin boarding the bus at 7:45, leave at 8. Busses will leave Lagoon at 3:30. Students not on the bus at 3:30 will miss the bus home.
  • Friday - All teachers are to be at school by 7:20. Early out at 11:15. Teacher checkout begins at noon.

Mrs. Kaye Brockbank wins the Crystal Apple award

Submitted by david.thacker on Fri, 04/19/2013 - 07:52
Attributions: 
Joe Anson

As with most of our wonderful faculty, Kaye Brockbank is under-rated and under-appreciated although over-deserving and over-qualified to win the Crystal Apple Award.

Without a doubt, Kaye is one of the kindest, most selfless teachers and human beings.  She consistently gives of herself—her time, resources, and talents—to build up those around her.  She willingly helps out when others are in a pinch, even when she doesn't have to. Kaye is willing to go the extra mile for her students, her colleagues, and her family. All of her hard work and effort is appreciated. 

Poetry Slam!

Submitted by david.thacker on Wed, 04/17/2013 - 09:44

April 16 was the night for the Spanish Fork Jr. High poetry slam. 52 students were chosen by their English teachers to compete for a chance to go to the district competition. The students recited a wide variety of poems, ranging from originals that they had written themselves to popular ones authored by someone else.

The top ten students chosen by the judges to represent SFJHS at the district meet are:

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