Short Play Extravaganza

By Jacob Insalaco

The Drama II class kicked off the holiday season with several short plays in the Short Play Extravaganza. They started working on these plays in the beginning of October, and their hard definitely work paid off in front of a packed house.

Parent Teacher Conference, December 6


Parents and Guardians,

Parent Teacher Conference will be held TOMORROW from 3:30pm-8:00pm.

We are going PAPERLESS for this conference and ask that you view your student's schedule on your phone or other electronic device. We will print as needed.  

 We look forward to visiting with you tomorrow night!

It's Officially The Holiday Season at SFJHS

Photos by Hadley Hebdon

One of the finest parts of the holiday season is the decorations. Today, Jones Lewis, Antonio Cerna, Maddock Morton, and Hadley Hebdon took it upon themselves to spice up the pine tree on the south lawn of the school by adding tinsel, bows and a wreath! 

What a fantastic surprise for all of us to see! Thank you guys!

Happy Holidays!

Teaching During the Holidays

The most important part of playing is watching for direction from the conductor. When all eyes are on the conductor, all musicians know what they need to be doing during the action of an arrangement, the change in a concerto, the drama of a development, the evolution of a musical essay, the maneuver of a melody, the counts of a cantata, or the movements of a manuscript.


Parents, Students, and Friends -


Parents, if your child has been tardy more that three times in any one class period this school year, he/she will be receiving a Detention Notice. This practice goes on throughout the school year as a consequence for tardiness, sluffing, and unexcused absences. It is important that students are on time for classes so they do not miss instruction and so classmates’ learning is not disrupted upon a late entry. The guidelines for detention are as follows:

PE Fieldtrip was Extreme!

story and pictures by Garrett Johnson

The Lowes Extreme Air Field Trip was great!  Many students were able to show-off their talents.  Students landed flips and other stunts jumping on the trampolines, swinging from the trapeze, and braved the American Ninja course. 

The best moment of the field trip-- for sure-- was the Coaches vs. students dodge ball games, which the coaches, of course, dominated!  Everyone had a fantastic time!

SFJH Students Attend Winter Captains Academy

story by Garrett Johnson with Zac Dart Picture by Garrett Johnson

Winter Captains Academy was great opportunity for the winter sports athletes to hear about good sportsmanship and leadership. 

Zac Dart (boys’ basketball) Emmie Olson (girls’ basketball) and Ammon Anderson (Wrestling) were all able to attend.  Marc Amicone, the GM of the Salt Lake Bees, spoke to students as did Kai Fisher from the Live Well Center.  Coach Gregg Smith and Troy Bohling, member of the Nebo School District, also instructed athletes. 

This is always such a great opportunity that the school district gives these student athletes!