SFJH Students Buddy Up With First Graders

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by Kathy Thacker

Spanish Fork Jr. High students gave a Book Buddy to every first grader at Riverview Elementary school. A Book Buddy is a small stuffed toy designed to be small enough to easily fit in the first graders’ desks.  First graders can read out loud to their Book Buddies to improve their reading fluency. 

Testing Popsicle Bridges

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by Lyss Butler

In Mr. Madsen’s 7th-grade science class, students tested the Popsicle stick bridges they had made over the course of the week.

The bridge had to span over a foot, and you could use up to 100 Popsicle sticks. They were held together with glue. The goal was to hold 1 kilogram, and students just stacked weights on until it broke.

Food Stylists and Scientists

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by Isabel Barney

This week Miss Warren’s College and Career Awareness class talked about food stylists and food scientists. They learned all about what they do.

Seventh graders made their own ice-cream. They got to design, style, and taste test their own ice cream, just like a food scientist and a food stylist. Students chose their own ice cream flavor and toppings. Some of the many toppings were Oreos, cookie dough, M&M’s, chocolate, and caramel to drizzle over the top of it all.

Spirit Night Helps Warm the Sole

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The Spanish Fork National Junior Honor Society is sponsoring a Spirit Night for our SFJH family in conjunction with Chick-fil-A.  It is for anyone—everyone!—so invite all you know to have dinner at Chick-fil-A on the night of December 11, 2017.  They will donate a percentage of each meal purchased to SFJH NJHS.  In turn, NJHS will donate this money to our “Warm the Soles” campaign.

Meals can be purchased in-store or when going through the drive through.  Just mention that this order is for SFJH’s Spirit Night.

Student Athletes Attend Captain’s Academy

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story and pictures by Garrett Johnson

Winter Captains Academy took place on Wednesday, Nov. 29th.  Student-athletes from all the junior high schools and high schools in our district attended.

Captains from our boys’ and girls’ basketball teams, Isaiah Jones and Macie Clark, and wrestling team captain Tate Sorensen, all had a great experience. They learned from many people about different things that it takes to be a leader. Dustin Smith, who founded the program especially for athletes, was the final speaker.  His message had a big impact on all that were in attendance.

Lobo Update 12/04/17

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Parents, Students, and Friends –

MID-YEAR PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES

Our 2nd parent teacher conference of the year will be held on DECEMBER 7 from 3:30pm to 8:00pm. At this point, there will be 4 weeks left in Term 2. Please check grades and make sure you keep working to have Cs, Bs, and As by the holidays! 

ORCHESTRA CHRISTMAS CONCERT VENUE CHANGE

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