01/29/2018 Lobo Update


Parents, Students, and Friends –


Our Lobo Food Drive has ended and the 7th grade won with the most food items donated! Way to go Grade 7! the 7th graders earned  5 minutes extra lunch time to be taken one day next week! Thanks to all who helped us bring HOPE and HELP to our community.


Applications for National Junior Honor Society are due by February 2nd!


We have several after school clubs running this term...


By Mrs. Parker

Several of our students here at Spanish Fork Jr. High including Sam Jex, Michael Wyss, Mick Barber, Boston Bradford, and Dexter Bradford all had the opportunity to participate on the high school golf team this year.

 The season began about a month before school even started and finished in early October. The team practiced every day. There were 12 kids on the team.  Every week the qualifiers determined who would play varsity and who would play JV in the upcoming match or tournament.

One Team, One Dream

by Mrs. Parker

The SFHS Girls Soccer Team roster this year included several girls from Spanish Fork Jr. High including Tracee Jones, Kayla Clark, Lily Ricks, Lavinia Naulu, Emma Runolfsen, Bayleigh Redd, Lindsey Blake, Sydney Berger, Maddie Haugen, and Brinley Maughan.

Get Away Today

Nebo School District

Watch for your new Get Away Today magazine to come home with your student soon. It is filled with travel specials for your family including Adults at Kids’ Prices at the Disneyland Resort for travel in January, February and May 2018! Plus, you can still get 2018 tickets at 2017 prices before they go up!


Written by Amy Gibson

Parents, students, and friends!

We are extending our January food drive into next week! Utah Community Action Services and Food Bank barrels are in the front lobby, let’s fill them up! The food bank is in high need at this time of year. Put your donation in your backpack the night before school so you don’t forget! Clean out your pantry this weekend and bring what you can to donate to those in great need.

Hope Week

by Madisyn Lott

Hope Week is here! On Hats for Hope Tuesday, students had the opportunity to say what gave them Hope, and add to the chain. On White Out Wednesday, we heard messages from the band Foreign Figures, who sang and gave the students messages for a lifetime. Coming up on Thankful Thursday, wear some crazy socks and show gratitude all day long. Remember to write a letter to someone during Pack Time! On Friendship and Flannel Friday, don't forget to wear Flannel for Hope. Don’t forget, you don’t have to be in Hope Squad or Hope Club to be a friend and share Hope! Happy Hope Week 2018!