The Lobo Way
- Strengthen the Pack
- Learn to Learn
- Forgive and Accept
- Find My Voice
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MARK YOUR CALENDARS! OCTOBER 29TH
Lights On is the only nationwide event celebrating after school programs and their important role in the lives of children, families, and communities. Lights On is designed to draw attention to the many ways afterschool programs support students by offering them opportunities to learn new things—such as science, community service, robotics, Tae Kwon Do and poetry, among others—and discover new skills. The events send a powerful message that millions more kids need quality afterschool programs.
Our Ryan Olsen—7th boys’ team—took 3rd overall, which was a huge accomplishment. Many students were able to achieve their personal best on the Mapleton Course.
The Cross-Country Lobos showed their school spirit by cheering each other on even after their own exhausting races. We are very proud of our team and their success this season.
9th graders Rylei Voorhees, Luke Galloway and Ashley Olsen competed and did well in the Farm Co-op Quiz October 11th.
Students had to answer questions about agriculture co-ops, and then got to meet business people in the agriculture industry. They got to eat dinner with the general manager of Select Sires. They discussed employment opportunities and the cattle industry with him.
Well done, Lobos!
It’s that time of years again. Sharpen your pencils and pull out all the stops while you write your Zombie haikus.
Prizes worth—well bragging rights for sure, will be awarded for grade level winners as well as in a special faculty/staff category. Check with your English teacher for rules. The deadline is October 26. Winners will be announced October 31.
Turn in submissions to Mrs. Nielsen, room 2 starting October 24.
May the undead be with you!
Eight-grade US History classes recently went to UVU and saw the Roots of Knowledge exhibit.
The exhibit includes numerous stained-glass windows featuring important events, places, people, throughout history. The windows convey how these historical elements have influenced our education, knowledge, and learning.
Students were able to look through the windows and make connections to what they having been learning in class as well as understand how knowledge throughout history influences their daily lives today and into the future.
The Sophomore/Freshman Lady Dons soccer team consisted of 25 players - 12 of which were Freshmen from Spanish Fork Junior High: Ally Jones, Ashley Olsen, Bailey Pierce, Brooklyn Weight, Camryn Marshall, Delaney Hicks, Kate Fallon, Kaydenz Critchlow, Lucy Sloan, Miriam Pendleton, Julia Vasquez, and Olivia Irvine. Each of these girls brought unique talent and a positive attitude to the Lady Don’s Soccer Team. Our Season ended this past week with the conclusion of 8 wins and 5 losses. It was a very successful season for the team as well as the improvement of personal skill development.
Utilizing a spirited game of “Rock, Paper, Scissors”, Ms. Terry’s 9th grade Geography classes learned about three different economic systems used in the world.
Students were given “money” whose individual value equaled 1 M&M. With this “money”, they competed in various games of “Rock, Paper, Scissors” following the economic rules of the various economic systems they had previously studied.
Parents, Students, and Friends -
THE LOBO WAY
When we USE MISTAKES AS A LEARNING OPPORTUNITY TO GROW AND IMPROVE. This is part of FORGIVE AND ACCEPT, the third part of our school’s vision. Everybody fails. What have you tried and failed at that helped you improve? Come to the office and share your experience with Mr. Christensen, Mrs. LeMmon, or Mr. Mortensen for a small treat!
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