SFHS Baseball

Is hot start a sign for Spanish Fork baseball?Mar 21, 2014

By Neil Warner (aka, The Great Zuke)

There are a few things you are not likely to see when watching a Spanish Fork baseball game this year.

A game that lasts longer than five innings.

Maverick Buffo giving up a run.

Hayes Hall being kept off base.  

Brady Bate stranding runners in scoring position.

Parenting Elevated Resource Night

Utah County Health Department

Take parenting to new heights.  Join Utah County Health Department for "Parenting Elevated" a night of resources with real solutions for real issues facing parents and teens in our community.  Click the link for more information.

Kick Butts Day / Video Contest

The Utah County Health Department is sponsoring a video contest for youth to demonstrate that they are not going to be targets for big tobacco. Youth ages 12 to 18 can enter, creating their own unique 30 second videos. Winners will receive cash prizes (1st Place - $500, 2nd Place - $300, and 3rd Place - $200). The first 100 participants will be a part of a free private screening of Divergent on 

4th Annual Homeless for a Night

Spanish Fork High School student council is pleased to announce the 4th annual Homeless for a Night March 7/8, 2014. Homeless for a Night raises money for Tabitha's Way, a local food pantry and thrift shop. 

Students at Homeless for a Night will give up the comforts of home to develop empathy and understanding for people who regularly go without. Students will also participate in hands-on service activities and a variety of fun activities throughout the night. All money raised will be donated to Tabitha's Way. 

Utah County Health Department Notice


Dear Parents,

A student at SFHS has recently been diagnosed with Pertussis (whooping cough).  The student is being kept at home, on antibiotics and will not return to school until cleared by a doctor.

Please read the attached letter from the Utah County Health Department.  The letter will give you more information about Pertussis signs and symptoms and how to protect your child.


SFHS Administration