Teacher of the Week #2

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Teacher of the Week #2

Teacher of the week #2 goes to the infamous drama teacher extraordinaire Andy Hunsaker. His student nominees stated “He’s a father to me, he doesn’t just teach his kids but he loves them. He and his wife truly treat their students as their kids. He makes the drama department feel like home.” Congratulations Andy, SFHS loves you and is lucky to have you! Students keep the nominations up!! Follow our Instagram @sfhsteacheroftheweek

Teacher of the Week #1

Teacher of the Week #1

Teacher of The Week #1 is none other than one of our beloved English teachers, Mrs. Beckstead. “Mrs. Beckstead is more than a teacher, shes a mother figure and an example of love and good-heartedness. She can offer anyone a listening ear, shoulder to cry on, or some wise advice. Shes helped so many find their dreams and unique personalities. Her room is a safe place where miracles happen.” Thank you Mrs. Beckstead! Follow our Instagram @sfhsteacheroftheweek to nominate your favorite teacher and to see each week's nominee.

Rock Solid Winners

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Rock Solid Winners

Congrats to the Rock Solid Winners for the week! Kalyn Barker, Kassadie Barney, Emily Haroldson, Cienna Harrison, Caleb Hayward, Kaden Holt, Remington Hughes, Brayden Johnson, Aleah Lanegan, Alyssa Larsen, Erwin Meza, Kyler Mortensen, Kierra Oyler, Erin Plewe, Sara Snyder, Jayden Sturdivant, Javier Sueng, Axuray Talbot, Yomara Montiel Valdez, and Annalee Wangsgard

Hope Squad visits SFJHS

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Story by Sandra Swaidan. Photos by Alesha LeMmon and Ashli Brooks
Hope Squad visits SFJHS

Last Friday, the Hope Squad visited the Spanish Fork Junior High eighth grade health classes as an assist in teaching the classes about suicide prevention.

The Hope Squad is a suicide prevention group who makes sure everyone has someone to talk to if they need it. They provide friendship to students who may not have someone to hang out with at school, and they play a role in keeping the school happy and safe.

Homecoming Week

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Dawn Draper
Homecoming Week

To start off Homecoming week at Spanish Fork High the student council, spearheaded by Hailey Creer, Junior Class Officer, decided to do something new and paint the intersection at 200 W and Center. This was a big project and took many student council members and parents to complete. Our principal Matt Christensen and Mayor Leifson stopped by to congratulate the students. Great job student council! Go DONS!

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