School News


by Brooklyn Redd

It was 1:30 p.m. The Spanish Fork Junior High Cross Country team had just been excused from class, 6th period. The team left class and went down to the locker room to change. The team got on the bus, all wearing their uniforms, and were driven to Springville Jr. High. Once they had arrived they piled up their backpacks and walked the course. Because of all the recent rain, the course was really marshy. After walking the course, the team got out a volleyball and a soccer ball and  played around with that for a while.


by Evan Campbell

Do you have a dream of becoming a famous actor or musician? Well, many students have just that chance in the Spanish Fork High School Musical, She Loves Me!


Parents, Students, and Friends -


CONSTRUCT YOUR OWN LEARNING AND KNOW WHEN TO FOLLOW with your learning. This is part of LEARNING TO LEARN WITH PASSION, part of our school’s vision. Everyone learns at different levels using different strategies to remember. How do you learn best?  Come to the office and share your experience with Mr. Christensen, Mrs. LeMmon, or Mr. Mortensen for a small treat! 


Advanced PE Students Tries to Become Four Square Rage Monsters

by Garrett Johnson with Rillene Nielsen pictures by Garrett Johnson

Four Square was a major hit this week in Advanced PE. 

Many competitive games came right down to the wire.  In the end everyone involved had an awesome time.  Coach Johnson was the only one to Rage Monster throughout the week! 

What a great time!

** Note to Coach Johnson—What in the world is “Rage Monster-ing” in Four Square?  Please explain.


by Jentry Youd

A Wrestling team meeting will be held Tuesday October 16th at 2:50 in Mr. Youd's classroom for anyone that would like to wrestle for Spanish Fork Jr High this school year. We hope to have a great turn out. Contact Coach Youd for details and questions.

Relay Race Helps Social Studies Students Show Their Understanding

by Rillene Nielsen and Shea Harmer pictures by Shea Harmer

SFJHS teachers know that engagement is key to understanding.  Mrs. Shea Harmer wanted her students to understand how important the agricultural products of the New World were to the European continent during the age of exploration and be able to recognize those items.  After students studied the foods, they were able to show their knowledge in a very unique way.