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Chamber Choir is a ninth grade choir of excellent singers. Most of these students have been singing in school choir since the 7th grade and it shows. They performed recently at District Wide Advanced Jr. High Choir Festival at Spanish Fork High School. Each Jr.
Who has organized hundreds of parent meetings over the years, taught countless lessons for CTE and other classes, lead numerous student help sessions, prepared and passed out a gazillion GPA certificates, and organized the annual SFJHS Awards Assembly since its inception? If you answered Spanish Fork Junior High’s amazing counselor Mrs. Brown you get five bonus points!
There will be no Pack Time this week. Monday and Friday will be school-wide reading day, Tuesday is the “Get A Grip” Assembly in Little Theater (following last week’s assembly schedule), and Thursday is the school-wide writing day.
52 students at Spanish Fork Junior High School participated in the 27th annual American Mathematics Competitions 8, held on Thursday November 17, 2011. They competed for local and national student and school awards. The contest, which covers middle school mathematics, is given at participating schools.
Twelve students competed in this year's English Quest Competition up at Weber State University this year: Danny Badger, Kelsie Christensen, Jessica Corey, Zach Craner, John Horton, Brendon McConnell, Maya McKinney, Lauren Parker, Kyla Rogers, Kaitlyn Thacker, Victoria Thomas, and Marianna Tonga. These students spent months preparing.
Mr. Waters is proud to announce that the Earth Science Honors class did very well at the District Science Fair last night. They have 8 Earth Science Students and one of Mr. Hallams Biology student going to the regional science fair at BYU. The following 9th graders are competing at the Central Utah Science and Engineering Fair.
This announcement is for all you seventh and eighth graders who will be attending Spanish Fork Junior High next year. With all this week’s activities, most of you have been thinking about next school year. For those who would like to attempt Honors English next school year, the time has come to show your mettle. Come take the entrance exam after school on either Tuesday, March 6th or Thursday, March 8th. You must take this test to be considered for the class. You must also fill out an application form. See your English teacher for more details. Once again, the test is Tuesday, March
U.S. History Field Trip
Mrs. Peterson’s 8th grade Honors U.S. History Class was privileged to go to a Naturalization Ceremony at the Salt Lake Center for the Arts Theatre on Wednesday, February 22nd. At the ceremony, they watched 187 people from over 58 different countries take the oath to become a citizen of the United States of America. It was an amazing ceremony and those that became citizens were full of emotion.
Spanish Fork Jr. High is proud to have the "Leo on Wheels" exhibit in our library the week of Tuesday, February 21 to Friday, February 24.
The Leo on Wheels exhibit engages students in science with interactive exhibits and inquiry-based activities. Students develop critical thinking skills and creativity as they learn about energy and forces in motion.
Join us at the Community Night, Thursday, February 23 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM in the library. This event is free to the public.
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