Snakes Race for Rats

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story and picture by Jerry Whiting

During Pack Time, in Mr. Whiting’s science class this week, students and their friends designed, created, and built a python maze.  On Tuesday, experimental design papers were given to each group and the best design was selected.  On Wednesday, the actual maze was designed by the various groups following the parameters from Tuesday.  The best maze design was then selected.  On Thursday and Friday, the real fun began and the class went wild cutting, gluing, and working together to build a python maze collectively.  Quoting Mr.

Students Create Designer Ice Cream

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Story and pictures by Chaleesa Warren

Students in College & Career Awareness learn about careers in the Food Science and Dairy Industry.  This week they were able to first design an ice cream flavor and a label, then make their ice cream creations in class and taste test like food scientists!  

Lobo Update 9/25/17

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Parents, Students, and Friends –

SHAKESPEARE TEAM HAPPENINGS
Monday - The junior high drama teachers in the district are bringing together their Shakespeare Competition Teams to undergo a Mock Adjudication before travelling to Cedar City for Competitions. The Shakespeare Teams have been working on their individual competition selections since May and are really excited to participate in the adjudication.

Career Discussion Interests Students

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by Travis Palfreyman with Rillene Nielsen Pictures by Travis Palfreyman

Every day, between second and third period, SFJH students have the opportunity to attend either enrichment or academic intervention activities during Pack Time.

 Today, a group of interested students attended a presentation by Blake and Cindy Bradford where they learned about Nursing and Law Enforcement careers. 

 Thank you Bradfords for sharing their expertise with us!

Service is the Heart of FFA

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Story and pictures by Chaleesa Warren

FFA Students participated in a service project on Thursday evening at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds.  FFA students cleaned up trash around the grounds and cleaned dirt out of the gutters.

Students participate in events at the fairgrounds all year long.  They can be found judging contests, participating in stock shows, banquets and rodeos. FFA is happy to help keep the fairgrounds looking nice.

FFA believes in living the Lobo Way!

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