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Math Students Dance Their Way to Proficiency

Submitted by david.thacker on Fri, 02/07/2020 - 15:49
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Story by Brooke Cline with Rillene Nielsen; video by Brooke Cline

If you’d been walking through the halls of SFJH today, you would have heard a grooving beat coming from math teacher Brooke Cline’s room.  And when you stepped inside the door—30 totally engaged students showing off their fancy footwork as well as their comprehension of angles.  Here’s what Ms. Cline told us:

Book Fair is this month!

Submitted by david.thacker on Thu, 02/06/2020 - 15:30
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Book Fair is this month!

Spanish Fork Jr. High is raising money to buy books for Primary Children’s Hospital.  All donations received through Scholastic Book Fairs All for Books will be used to purchase books in Honor of Peyton Page.   

There are lots of ways to help donate: start saving your loose change and drop it off at the book fair, add a monetary donation to your book purchase or buy a book for the hospital.

 All money donated will be used to buy books for Primary Children’s Hospital.    We are hoping to use this program to bring some joy to patients and their families.

LOBO UPDATE 02-03-2020

Submitted by alesha.lemmon on Tue, 02/04/2020 - 16:51
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LOBO UPDATE 02-03-2020

BOOK FAIR CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS

SFJHS PTA is holding its second book fair this year from February 18-21 and we are looking for volunteers. The book fair is open one hour before school, during lunch, and an hour after school as well as during parent teacher conferences. This is always a fun time for the students because so many good things happen besides just books! If you can volunteer, we need you! Follow the link to sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0844ada82aa0fb6-book2

7th Graders Consider Careers

Submitted by david.thacker on Fri, 01/31/2020 - 11:15
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By Sharman Brown
7th Graders Consider Careers

Counselors met with all the seventh graders today on Thursday to go over their registration for next year. As an added bonus, students received a quick presentation about College and Career Readiness. 

Counselors discussed the benefits of researching careers that they may be interested in and finding out how much education that career would need.  Seventh graders learned about several different options for post high school education. 

It's never too early to talk to your child about their interests or how to turn those interests into a career for life. 

Let’s Review—A Great Year So Far!

Submitted by david.thacker on Thu, 01/30/2020 - 05:59
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By: Weston Drysdale (Student)
Let’s Review—A Great Year So Far!

First semester goes out with a BANG with so much memorable and fun stuff to look back on.

 Starting at the beginning of the year, we had our Shakespeare team competitions, and they did GREAT! Not long after that, we had Fall Break, which I think everyone can agree was awesome!

 Following Fall Break, we had Red Ribbon Week, and we all teamed up against drugs and had a fun-filled week with activities and assemblies. Not long after we had our Fall Carnival/Dance, which was awesome! We had a ton of people show up and a great night filled with dancing and laughter.

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