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On Thursday, February 22nd, four girls from Spanish Fork Junior High travelled to Dell EMC in Draper to attend a kick off event for a club called, "Girls Who Code." This event was attended by students in grades six through twelve from around the state of Utah. Reshma Saujani, the mastermind behind the program and author of the book Girls Who Code, spoke to the group about the importance of technology and how to solve problems in our day-to-day lives. She explained that this field is growing with limitless possibilities, but many girls do not realize their potential in this area.
Beloved author, Lance Conrad, came to SFJHS to tell our English students stories about broken noses, books, getting maced, curiosity, elements of stories, and how he became an author. He talked about experiences of endless books and making good stories. He told us about the most important element of a story. He made us laugh, worry, cringe, and learn about writing stories. Lance talked about his books, the plot, the characters, the villains, and much more. He talked about his books in his series, and how they are tied together, but you will have to find out by reading the books.
YOGA!!!! Yoga is a fun way to help your body relax and calm down. It is also a great workout! Many students in our junior high school get a small taste of what yoga is like in Coach Johnson's Body Conditioning class. Once they’ve been introduced to this form of working out, many enjoy it!
Yoga will also help with one’s flexibility and many other aspects of their athletic careers.
Ms. Harmer’s 9th grade World Civilizations class had an awesome hands-on experience building Greek temples out of common school supplies today.
Students learned about the different styles and types of columns. They also learned the different parts of a Greek temple. Each of their creations needed to show these parts!
After the recent tragedy of the Florida school shooting, a neighboring school in Florida asked if people around the globe would write hand-written letters to the students at Stoneman Douglas High School to remind them they are loved. Mrs. Parker’s 7th-grade class decided to do just that.