SFJH Golf Team Looks to Have Bright Future

by Rillene Nielsen
Earlier this week, the Spanish Fork Junior High golf team found itself at Spanish Oaks Golf Course competing against other junior high teams in the district.
Prior to the game, this reporter caught a bit of Coach Nate Bartholomew's pregame pep-talk.  While the video doesn't show much of the in depth strategizing,  golfers were intent on listening to Coach's plans for the game.

Focused on Student Growth Community Meetings

Please see the flyer for informational meeting dates and locations regarding the Nebo 2018 Bond Proposal.


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Flag Football


After a long hard week of Flag Football in Advanced PE the team Fro-Men came out victorious!  They were able to outlast a vicious 'Merica team in the Championship game.  The winners were awarded a Hi-Chew!   

  • Champions- Fro-Men
  • 2nd place- 'Merica
  • 3rd place-The Sauce
  • 4th place-Savages

Lobo Update 9/4/18


Parents, Students, and Friends -


One of the ways we Live the Lobo Way is to STRENGTHEN THE PACK. Students, this week think about and act on ways you can positively contribute to your class, your school, and your community. Come to the office and share your experience with Mr. Christensen, Mrs. LeMmon, or Mr. Mortensen for a small treat!


Eighth Grader Welcomes Each SFJH Student with Encouraging Note

story and photos by Jaimie Dannelly

Spanish Fork Junior High 8th Grader Aspen Brinkerhoff has been very busy this summer.

 With the help from her family and friend, Annie Farr, Aspen wrote over 1500 messages on sticky notes to put up around the school welcoming and encouraging students and staff on the first day of school.

 The notes were put down every hall, on every locker, and around the windows of the school, so students could find a motivating word wherever they turned. Teachers were also welcomed to their classrooms with notes of appreciation and encouragement on their door.

9-Square in the Air

picture and story by Garrett Johnson

The first day of school was great for many at SFJHS, especially those that were able to participate in “9-Square in the Air” during Coach Johnson's class. 

Welcome back!!  Let's make it a great year!!!

LOBO Update 8/20/18

Lobo Update 8/20/18

Parents, Students, and Friends -


Mrs. Mendonsa will be hosting a Girls Who Code gathering during Pack Time on Thursdays. Talk to Mrs. Mendonsa for more information.