School News

7th Grade UVU Field Trip

Attributions: 
by Logan Taylor

Last week on Thursday, January 24, all seventh graders loaded the buses and went on a field trip to Utah Valley University (UVU). On this field trip we got to see UVU’s whole campus, including the basketball court, library, and much more. One of the best parts was eating lunch and watching the basketball game with all of our friends. Touring UVU was very fun, we got to miss a day off school and have a great time.

LOBO UPDATE 01/28/19

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Parents, Students, and Friends -

JOB SHADOW DAY

Job Shadow Day for all 7th graders will be Friday, February 1st. Students will have an assignment to complete for points that day that will be due the following Monday, February 4th. Contact College and Career Awareness Teachers with any questions.  

ORCHESTRA CONGRATULATIONS!

Congrats to the SFJHS Advanced Orchestra - they auditioned and were selected to perform in the 2019 State Jr. High Orchestra Festival.  

MOMENTUM FIELD TRIP

LOBO UPDATE 01/28/19

Parents, Students, and Friends -

JOB SHADOW DAY

Job Shadow Day for all 7th graders will be Friday, February 1st. Students will have an assignment to complete for points that day that will be due the following Monday, February 4th. Contact College and Career Awareness Teachers with any questions.  

ORCHESTRA CONGRATULATIONS!

Congrats to the SFJHS Advanced Orchestra - they auditioned and were selected to perform in the 2019 State Jr. High Orchestra Festival.  

7th Grade UVU Field Trip

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7th Grade Parents and Guardians,

This is a reminder of the 7th grade field trip to Utah Valley University tomorrow, January 24. The university invited our students to participate in a campus tour and a basketball game. This field trip fulfills one of the CCA CLASS REQUIREMENTS as well. The students were given a permission slip earlier this month to have completed. If you have not signed a permission slip, but would like your child to attend, please call the school office at 801-798-4075 and you may give your permission to a secretary over the telephone.  

Anime Club

Attributions: 
by Connor Brockbank

Come one, come all and have fun at Anime club! Come after school for some anime. People may be asking,”What is anime?” The definition of anime is “A style of Japanese film and television animation, typically aimed at adults as well as children.” Head over to Mrs. Wright's room and have some fun. “This is my first time doing this” says Mrs. Wright, “we’ll be talking about anime and learning to draw characters from anime to manga. We will also be watching some anime and learning how the anime (or Japanese animation) is made.

Spanish Fork Students Selected to Participate in District Honors Orchestra

Attributions: 
story and picture by Angela Harman

A select group of 8th grade orchestra students from SFJHS participated in the annual District Honors Orchestra on January 15. 

 The group rehearsed together for 8 hours over a 2-day period and learned some fun music.  The guest conductor for this event was Dr. Sam Tsugawa - a Nebo District native who now works as a music Ed professor at BYU.  

Students from SFJHS who participated:

First Violins
Alexa Rose, Parker Coe, Sophie Beehler, Cora Hansen, Molly Petersen, Mara Erickson, Grace Forbush, Andrew Heap

 Second Violins

LOBO UPDATE 01/14/19

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Parents, Students, and Friends -

HOPE WEEK

WHAT IS A HOPE SQUAD?
HOPE Squads are the eyes and ears of our  school. They are comprised of students who are trained to watch for at-risk students–provide friendship, identify warning signs, and seek help from adults.

WHAT IS HOPE WEEK?

HOPE WEEK is a time to raise awareness about HOPE squad and what they do. Throughout the week students are given opportunities to forge new friendships and combat feelings of loneliness or isolation.

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