Graffiti in Spanish Fork

There is a reward being offered for information about a tagging incident that took place earlier this week on the west side of town. The police are asking for information from students at SFJHS since it is within the school boundaries and there is a possibility the taggers are in our school.

What's Happening This Week? October 7 - 11

Attributions: 
  • This is National School Lunch Week, Come on down and try one of their great lunches.
  • Monday Oct 7th, 8am District JV Tennis @ SHS, 11am District Final Golf @  Spanish Oaks, 3:30pm School Community Council
  • Tuesday, Oct 8th, 8am District Varsity Tennis @ SHS, Reflections Entries Due, 7th Grade Field Trip to “This is the Place” State Park, 3pm LPIC Mtg in Conf Room, 3:30pm Tennis @ MNJHS, 7:30pm Shakespeare Performance
  • Wednesday, Oct 9th, 7am Team Leaders Meeting, 2:10pm Department Collaboration, 3:00 Shakespeare Cast Party

National School Lunch Week Contest

Attributions: 
Joan Bills

Nebo School District is holding a coloring contest in conjunction with NSLW (National School Lunch Week) October 14-18 this year.

It is more of a drawing contest than a coloring contest. It is simply an 8x11 piece of paper titled "My Favorite Place in the USA." The NSLW theme this year is "Across the USA."

There will be prizes given out . Make sure students put there name, grade and school on the back of their entry.

1. Each entry is DUE to the Kitchen by Monday morning, October 14th

2. Kitchen will select a 1st and 2nd place winner from EACH school

What's happening this week? September 30 - October 4

Attributions: 
  • Monday Sept 30th, 12:45pm Golf @  Spanish Oaks
  • Tuesday, Oct 1st, 2:50pm OSHA Training in Media Center, 3:30pm Tennis @ MNJHS
  • Wednesday, Oct 2nd, 7am Team Leaders Meeting, Costco here at lunch, 2:10pm Grade Level Collaboration
  • Thursday, Oct 3rd, 12:45pm Golf @ Gladstan, 3:30pm Tennis @ SHHS, Shakespeare Competitions
  • Friday, Oct 4th, Lunch Time drawing for Lobo Rewards Cards, 3:30pm Cross Country @ PJHS, 3:30pm Tennis @ PHS, Shakespeare Competitions

Spirit Week Concluded

Attributions: 
Rillene Nielsen
Spirit Week Concluded

Friday, the final day of Spirit Week, was set aside as Sports Spirit Day.  Students dressed either in their favorite team’s jersey or in the gear for their favorite sport.

            As you can imagine, because it was rivalry week between BYU and the U of U, many students were dressed in either blue or red.  Pro football, baseball, and basketball jerseys added to the mix.

            However, we found these four students displayed an unusual amount of spirit toward their favorite activities: martial arts, motocross, soccer (go Real!), and football.

Fun Run

Attributions: 
Rillene Nielsen
Fun Run

Spirit week ended with a Fun Run.  Runners form all grades as well as faculty members tied on their running shoes and ran a mini cross country event of 1.8 miles.

The top finishers—all with a time of 10:39—were Heston Andersen, Devin King, and Nate Hanson.  Mrs. Vanessa Heber, one of our English teachers, was just a few strides off the lightning pace set by these three young men, and was the first faculty finisher.  All those who finished were given bananas and water—just the thing a runner craves.

Below are the top runners in each grade level by gender.

What's happening this week? September 23 - 27

Attributions: 
  • Monday Sept 23rd, Picture Retakes, 7:30am Faculty and Staff group picture in the Little Theater, 10am PTA Meeting, Noon Golf @  Gladstan
  • Tuesday, Sept 24th, 3:30pm Tennis @ MNJHS
  • Wednesday, Sept 25th, 2:10pm Department Collaboration
  • Thursday, Sept 26th, 9am Principals Academy, 12:45pm Golf @ Gladstan, 3:30pm Tennis @ SHHS, 3-8pm Parent Teacher Conferences
  • Friday, Sept 27th, CTE Zoo Mania Assembly, Students go early to Lunch for having 6 punches or more on their card. 3:30 Cross Country @ SFJHS

School Spirit Week Continued - Hipster Day!

Attributions: 
by: Rillene Nielsen
School Spirit Week Continued - Hipster Day!

Vintage fashions, old school sneakers, thick rimmed glasses.  If you were on the SFJH campus today, that’s what you would have seen.

And moustaches.

It was “Hipster Day;” a chance to be uber cool and ultra hip.  Hipsters are independent thinkers.  They prize creativity, intelligence, art, and witty conversation.  But even if “hipsterism” isn’t your thing, it sure is fun to dress hip for a day.

School Spirit Week Continued - Crazy Hair Day!

Attributions: 
by: Rillene Nielsen
School Spirit Week Continued - Crazy Hair Day!

            It may have been a minimum day on Wednesday, September 18, 2013, but was maximum WILD when it came to hair.

            Students at SFJH came out en mass with hair that was teased, jelled, combed, curled, sprayed, braided, wrapped, rubber-banded, and otherwise decorated into some of the wildest styles ever seen.

            One big question remains—how do you wash out all that gel?

Spirit Week Continues - Duct Tape Day!

Attributions: 
Rillene Nielsen
Spirit Week Continues - Duct Tape Day!

It’s been said by some that the Lord made the earth, but the pieces are held together by duct tape. 

What do you get when you give McGyver some bamboo and a few rolls of duct tape?  An airplane of course. 

This tenaciously sticky, miraculously versatile tape has been in the handyman’s tool boxes for decades, but only recently has its use been exalted to an art form.

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