The Lobo Way
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Spanish Fork Jr. High FFA Officers are decorating a tree as a fundraiser December 15, 2017, at Young Living Farm in Mona. The public is invited to come, check out the trees, and vote on their favorite.
Voting will take place on December 16, 2017. There are lots of activities going on if you are looking for something to do on Saturday. Vote for our tree if you go down. Money raised goes to support students competing in FFA events throughout the year. Below you’ll find the link to events going on tomorrow.
Please support our fantastic FFA!
With some Santa hats and ugly sweaters, the Spanish Fork Junior High bands performed very well at the high school on Friday, December 8.
Each of three bands, Concert Band, Beginning Band, and Jazz Band, performed well and their songs sounded great. Songs included “You’re a Mean One Mr. Grinch,” “Little Drummer Boy,” and “Frosty the Snowman.”
The SFJHS Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced orchestras performed on Monday night to a packed auditorium.
Mrs. Harman surprised the students by having famous violinist and YouTube star Rob Landes come to the concert and perform. Landes, whose YouTube channel has almost 30 million views, started play the violin at age 3. His webpage describes him by say “take a classically-trained violinist who … has two music performance degrees, add a loop pedal and a dash of Ed Sheeran” and that’s Rob Landes. (http://www.roblandesmusic.com )
Parents, Students, and Friends –
We extend a huge thank you to everyone who attended parent teacher conferences last week. We know your time is valuable and we know your children are even more valuable. We are glad you took the time to spend a few moments with teachers and administrators to discuss your child’s progress this year. The year is going by swiftly and we have so many more exciting things to come in and out of the classroom! We are grateful for the support you provide to our school in so many ways.
The winners from last week were
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.
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.
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.