The Lobo Way
- Forgive and Accept
600 S. 820 E. Spanish Fork, Utah 84660 | (801) 798-4075 (801) 798-4097 (fax)
Parents, Students, and Friends –
SHAKESPEARE TEAM HAPPENINGS
Monday - The junior high drama teachers in the district are bringing together their Shakespeare Competition Teams to undergo a Mock Adjudication before travelling to Cedar City for Competitions. The Shakespeare Teams have been working on their individual competition selections since May and are really excited to participate in the adjudication.
Every day, between second and third period, SFJH students have the opportunity to attend either enrichment or academic intervention activities during Pack Time.
Today, a group of interested students attended a presentation by Blake and Cindy Bradford where they learned about Nursing and Law Enforcement careers.
Thank you Bradfords for sharing their expertise with us!
FFA Students participated in a service project on Thursday evening at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds. FFA students cleaned up trash around the grounds and cleaned dirt out of the gutters.
Students participate in events at the fairgrounds all year long. They can be found judging contests, participating in stock shows, banquets and rodeos. FFA is happy to help keep the fairgrounds looking nice.
FFA believes in living the Lobo Way!
On September 20th, students from Spanish Fork Junior High representing the various fall sports and the Student Council were invited to attend an awesome leadership conference and receive instruction from some very influential people.
Captain’s Academy is a fantastic leadership experience for young people. The fall sport athlete captains representing SFJH were Spencer Larsen- Cross Country, Staci Lomenick- Cross Country, Noah Taylor- Golf, and McKenna Crook- Tennis. Max MaKenzie attended representing Student Council.
Parents, Students and Friends –
AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS - After school clubs begin TODAY! Come join the fun with the different options we have available.
Sixty-one brave souls came out for the annual fall hike up the Mt. Loafer Switchbacks, on Thursday Sept. 14th.
The weather was cloudy and cool as they loaded the bus to head to the trail head. The hikers traveled to Woodland Hills where they tackled the Mt. Loafer Switch backs, a 3 mile round trip journey.