Nebo School District will host a number of parent and student mental health awareness nights throughout the spring at different high schools. This is a free seminar with information on improving mental health and safety planning provided by Wasatch Mental Health. SFJHS students can receive detention credit for PARENT AND STUDENT ATTENDANCE at one of the events. Click here for a downloadable flyer.
How many whole numbers between
1 and 1000 do NOT contain the digit 1?
Lunch Time Winners
The teachers at Spanish Fork Junior High would like to thank our wonderful PTA for making us feel so loved during Teacher Appreciating Week.
On Monday, March 5th, teachers were reminded they were "naturally sweet" with muffins and fruit for breakfast. Tuesday, March 6th, the theme was "How SWEET it is to be taught by you." We all enjoyed sweets and treats during lunch. On Wednesday, March 7th, the PTA provided a “Thanks a Bunch Lunch.” Teachers were able to make sandwiches, sample salads, and nibble on chips, and desserts.
What do you do when the snow is flying, and it’s twenty degrees outside? Take a field trip to the Provo Rec Center, of course!
SFJH students had a lot of fun in the swimming pool. They were jumping off the platform, doing a lot of cool tricks, and playing water basketball. We even had some students jump in with the water Zumba that was going on. Students did not let the bad weather keep them from having some fun in the water.
Did you know that scholarships are not just for high school seniors and college students? Plenty of organizations offer scholarships to students as young as elementary school – and StepUp is one of them!
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SFJHS BOYS’ TENNIS INFORMATION MEETING
Spring is upon us and that means boys' tennis season is here. There will be an information meeting for any boy interested in playing tennis in Mr. T. Johnson's classroom - ROOM 8 - after school on March 8th.
SFJHS TRACK AND FIELD INFORMATION MEETING
Mrs. Phillips' class celebrates Dr. Seuss and Read Across America Day. They took photos with props, played "I Can Do That!", and read books such as "Fox in Socks" and "McElligot"s Pool".
Bust a move. Feel the groove.
Students attending Drama Club during Pack Time like to practice their choreography skills using videos from the “Just Dance” video game. Ms. Holley says the videos are available on YouTube and are great exercise—not to mention a lot of fun.