The Lobo Way
- Strengthen the Pack
- Learn to Learn
- Forgive and Accept
- Find My Voice
600 S. 820 E. Spanish Fork, Utah 84660 | (801) 798-4075 (801) 798-4097 (fax)
Mrs. Kelly’s sixth and seventh period classes both did preschools on December 1st. Students in the class brought preschool aged kids from their family or their neighborhood.
Sixth period's theme was winter, so all their activities were based on that theme. The kids made snow globes, drank hot chocolate, and did many other activities to help them learn different skills.
Seventh period's theme was the beach. They had the cutest sea animal name tags they gave to the preschoolers. Everyone that came to this class had a blast!
The 9th-grade boys basketball team showed their dominance on the court as they defeated school rival Diamond Fork Junior High with a whopping score of 33-72!
The Lobos had a great game the whole way through. Their offense was unstoppable and they had amazing defense from start to finish. There was nothing the Diamondbacks could do!
At the end of the game Coach Cook explained, “Our guys played terrific defense and that was the key to our success.”
Great job Lobos! Keep up the great work!
SFJHS Drama classes have been planning and practicing their very own group plays and will have an opportunity on in the next two weeks to perform them for family and friends. Please make time to see the product of their hard work!
All performances begin at 7:00pm in the SFJHS Little Theater.
DRAMA I -- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30: The Frog Prince, Sword and Saucery, and Once Upon a Fairy Tale
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1: Three Spinning Fairies, Mere Mirror, and And the Crew Plays On
In Mr. Gibson's 1st period art class, we have been learning how to use and create digital art. We have been working on our final art project since Wednesday November 15th. They are finished and are hung up in the library hall near Mr. Gibson’s classroom.
We used a free digital art program called Pixlr Editor. You can do almost anything on it from creating your own art from scratch, to editing and customizing any image or photo! We have learned so much this past month, and are excited to see how everyone’s projects turned out!
According to the SFJH girls basketball coach Shea Harmer, our Lady Lobos gave it their all and came away with a well-deserved win against Lakeridge yesterday.
“We started off a little nervous and had a hard time settling into our style of play. The first quarter was rough,” reports Coach Harmer. “We finally calmed down and played our game rest of the time and that made a huge difference.”
The Spanish Fork Junior High 9th grade boys’ basketball team beat Lakeridge Jr. High Tuesday night by a score of 69-39.
The boys got off to a slow start in the first half. They struggled with turnovers and poor shot selection.
The second half was a complete turnaround. Our Lobos worked hard at getting great shots in their half-court offense and reducing the number of turnovers. Their strategy paid off well for them as is evident by the final score.
Good luck boys against Diamond Fork tomorrow.
Parents, Students, and Friends –
SPANISH FORK JUNIOR HIGH REFLECTIONS WINNERS 2017
Brooklyn Weight “The Other Side of the Wheat”
Heidi Froelich “Beauty if We See it”
Emma Fox “Cherries Jubilee”
Aspen Brinkerhoff “Capturing the Moon”
Heidi Froelich “Success is Never Far Away”
Kira Fisher “The Quest for the Candy”
Brayden Reese “Wall E’s Dream”
Olivia Kloepfer “You Can Do It”