Mrs. Thompson’s Eighth-Grade English Students Curate Civil Rights Display
After reading Chris Crowe’s Getting Away with Murder: The True Story of the Emmett Till Case, Mrs. Thompson’s students chose one picture from the civil rights movement then researched the people and events featured. Using the informational text structures they’d learned in the previous unit, students created museum placards to showcase their findings.
Math Problem of the Week
A museum has three different admission costs:
$10 for Adults
$2.50 for students in 9th-12th grade
$0.50 for students in 1st-8th grade
A school wants to send 100 people (including teachers, 8th graders, and 9th graders) to the
museum. If they want to spend exactly $100 on buying 100 tickets, how many adults, 8th graders, and 9th graders should go on the trip?
Spanish Fork Lobos Qualify for Post Season Play
The boys’ and girls’ basketball teams have had great seasons!
The district tournament starts this week. Both teams are ranked 3rd, but we know they can pull out a win!
Ninth-Grade Students of the Month
Congratulations to all 9th grade Students of the Month! These students were nominated by one of their teachers because they exemplify the Lobo Way. They consistently strengthen the Pack. They’ve learned to learn with passion and to forgive and accept. These students have found their voice.
Eighth-Grade Students of the Month
Congratulations to all 8th grade Students of the Month! These students were nominated by one of their teachers because of the way they exemplify the Lobo Way. They consistently strengthen the Pack. They’ve learned to learn with passion and to forgive and accept. These students have found their voice.
SFJHS FCCLA Helps Grace Get a Prosthetic Leg
In November Spanish Fork Jr High's FCCLA chapter partnered with We Help Two's Socks for Legs program. For every ninety packages of socks sold, We Help Two provides a prosthetic leg to a child in a developing country. We Help Two also donated a pair of socks for every package sold that could be donated to those in need on a local level.
Honor Choir Receives Compliments
Today Ms. Jessi Jarvis, SFJH Choir teacher and director, shared this wonderful letter she received from the UMEA Jr. Honor Choir Manager, complementing our students and music program. The letter includes a link where parents and others can listen to the Honor Choir’s performance.