By Audrey Panter (student)

October is coming to a close, so be sure to bring in a pair of socks for the chance to win a prize!

During the entire month, we have the opportunity to turn in new socks to help people in need. Turn them in to the sock boxes located in the library and in the office.

Many people in our school, community, and all throughout the world cannot afford a simple pair of socks. You can help by buying a pair of unused socks of any size or pattern on your next trip to the store. It is a small, simple, and cheap effort, but it can make a big difference!

LOBO UPDATE 10-21-19

LOBO UPDATE 10-21-19


Every year, SFJHS honors our veterans by posting photos of those who serve or have served our country, whether in uniform or not. If you have a family member you would like to share with our school, please bring in a photo or email one to as soon as possible.


Math Problem of the Week

Math Problem of the Week

Dracula’s Party
Dracula had a Halloween party on
Saturday. At his party he served Root
Beer and Pumpkin Juice. One-half of the
guests drank Root Beer, one-third drank
Pumpkin Juice, fifteen people drank
nothing, and nobody drinks both.
How many people were at the party?

Lady Lobos Love Tennis

Story and pictures by Jonathan Lawrence
Lady Lobos Love Tennis

This week the SFJHS Girls Tennis Team competed at the district tournament. We want to congratulate the girls on a great season and announce their tournament results:

Varsity 1st Single Sadie Teller, 6th place

Varsity 2nd Single Kate Ethington, 3rd place

JV 2nd Single Aleah Hermansen, 3rd place

JV 1st Double Kate Oldham and Brookelyn Dafoe, 2nd place

JV 2nd Double Emma Bush and Susanah Petty, 2nd place

JV 3rd Double Hailey Jenks and Gracie Baisch, 3rd place

Spanish Fork Junior High FFA Members Win Big at Snow College

Story and pictures by Chaleesa Warren
Spanish Fork Junior High FFA Members  Win Big at Snow College

Spanish Fork Jr. FFA did an awesome job at Snow College on Tuesday this week!! 4 of our members on the livestock team won the contest, competing against over 200 high school students from across the state.

Awesome job to all our competitors!


Winning Livestock Team:  Josh Bartold, Tate Sorensen, Kylee Olsen, Mikah Banks

Livestock Team 2:  Brock Schiller , Jackson Hargreaves

Ag. Mechanics Team:  Cinch Sorensen, Kason Dart, Aliyah Campbell, Lexee Krockta

Dairy Cattle Evaluation Team:  Madysen Nielsen, Ty Nielsen