Winners from last weeks math problem, and the new problem of the week

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Pay Raise Problem
Answer:  They are both making the same amount.
Winners:Ellie Ash, Peyton Christensen, Korbin Durrant, Isaac Dillman, Aaron Farnsworth, Lacey Gardner, Andrew Gunyan, Joey Hill, Jacob Jepperson, Maddy Johnson, Seth Jones, Mateen Lomax. Bryce Marshall, Jamison Massey, Lucas McCune, Savannah Nielsen, Camryn Oldham, Morgan Olson, Presleigh Peterson, Hunter Sorensen, Taylor Swan, KJ Whiting

Spend a Million

The Challenge:

Lobo Update 11/5/14

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Parents, Students and Friends

Report Cards for 1st Term
Please be aware that report cards and Honor Roll Certificates for 1st term were sent home with students today.

Tracing Their Ancestors

Attributions: 
By Laura Carter

The United States History Honors class traced their ancestors to those who first arrived in America.  They created a ancestry tree and cards with the country of origin information.  A team of very creative students made a display of their project outside their history classroom.

Winners from last weeks math problem, and the new problem of the week

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The Rope Bridge
Solution:  You have 16 minutes
Solution A:  You and Bella (2 min) + You go back (1 min) + Carlos and Arnie go (8 min) + Bella back (2 min) + You and Bella (2 min) = 15 min ( 1 min to spare)
Solution B:  You and Bella (2 min) + You go back (1 min) + You and Carols (3 min) + You go back ( 1 min) + You and Arnie ( 8 min) = 15 min (1 min to spare)

Winners: Jack Bayless, Peyton Christensen, Angela Cook, Andrew Gunyan, Maddy Johnson, Jamison Massey, Ethan Morley, Mason Olson, Matthew Whitaker

Pay Raise Problem

Reflections Winners Announced

Attributions: 
By Cathy Bennett, PTA Pictures by Rillene Nielsen

The National PTA sponsors a program called Reflections that is for students in all grades and of all abilities to be involved in the arts.

 Annually, thousands of students will reflect on a common theme and create original works of art in the categories of Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography and Visual Arts. This year the theme was: "The World Would Be a Better Place If....." 

Spook-tacular Writing Submitted to 5th Annual SFJH Zombie Haiku Contest

Attributions: 
By Rillene R. E. Nielsen

Mr. Anson’s 9th grade Honors English students had a tough time choosing winners from all the terrifyingly terrific submissions to this year's Zombie Haiku Contest.  Hundreds of poems were submitted by both students and teachers.  This year’s contest even featured poems written by Mr. Moss’s intermediate and advanced Spanish students--in Español. 

The judging is over and here are the winners

Dusting off the brains
Mopping up the crimson blood
A zombie mom’s “dream”
Bailey Hendricks

Lobo Update 10/29/14

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9th Grade Basketball Team

Tryouts for both the girls and boys 9th grade basketball team will be held, starting Monday, November 10th. There will be an informational meeting for all interested 9th grade students on Thursday, Nov. 6th afterschool in the gym.  If you have any questions or concerns contact Coach Beyer or Coach Johnson.

Intramural Open Gym

Winners from last weeks math problem, and the new problem of the week

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The winners from our last Math Problem of the Week, Decorating Pumpkins Problem 

Answer: 60 different combinations

Winners:  Jessica Anderson, Gavin Campbell, Eli Casetta, Peyton Christensen, Angela Cook, Daxton Davis, Kennedy Frame, Lacey Gardner, Alex Gowon, Andrew Gunyan, Beau Jensen. Brock Johnson, Maddy Johnson, Natalie Kuhni, Brok McLeod, Melissa Monroe, Ethan Morley, Mason Olson, Morgan Olson, Nathan Ramirez, Britton Redd, Cassidy Simons, Zach Staheli, Sadie Stewart, Megan Vehar, Matthew Whitaker, and Wei Williams

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