The Lobo Way
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- Learn to Learn
- Forgive and Accept
- Find My Voice
600 S. 820 E. Spanish Fork, Utah 84660 | (801) 798-4075 (801) 798-4097 (fax)
Spanish Fork Junior High is hosting a food drive and it will begin Tuesday, January 16th and run through Friday, January 19th. Non-perishable food items and canned goods are appreciated. Students will be competing with their grade level to see who can donate the most items. The winning grade will get 5 extra minutes for lunch. We will also be handing out raffle tickets when you donate and we will draw for candy! We want to say thanks in advance to all those who will be helping and donating.
On January 8th, 9th, and 10th, Drama 1 students put on a show for great laughs!
These Drama 1 students have been working very hard for a few months now and the result is worth it. Without the right props or set pieces or even the materials for the puppets, these students still managed to have fun and to ensure members of the audience had just as much fun.
You might be surprised to see a nursery area in some of your classes this week. Mrs. Thacker’s Teen Living class will be carrying around flour sack babies for the next few days.
If you want the chance to make a flour sack baby, make sure to sign up for Teen Living in 9th grade.
Parents, Students, and Friends –
THURSDAY – END OF TERM 2
We are in the last days of the semester this week. The students and our staff are working together to bring this term to a successful close and we need all hands on deck. Please check your child’s grades on Aspire and talk with them about any missing assignments or make up work that needs to be turned in. We are excited for spring semester and all of the academics, concerts, sporting events, plays, service opportunities, and activities we have planned.
Congratulations to those who got last week's problem of the week correct...
The Answer was 3.04 miles per hour The winners wereSara Chandler, Ethan Graham, Callie Johnson, Molly Petersen, and Jeffrey Sass. The next problem of the week is
The first three terms of an arithmetic sequence are 17x + 20, 18x – 3 and 20x + 1, in that order.
What is the value of x?
Madison Parker, a 7th grade student here at Spanish Fork Jr. High School, is a state swim champ. I caught up with her recently, and this is what she had to say about her experiences.
“Swim is one of the most popular sports in the Olympics. Even though it isn’t very common in Utah, I still do it.