Congratulations to the Don's grapplers in a huge smack down over Salem Hills. JV wrestled tough, and the varsity came out on top 47 - 31. Tate Sorensen, Clay Orton, Dawson Shepherd, Brock Davis, Coleman Crockett, Isacc Wetzel, Hunter Rasmussen and Jayden Green all pinned their opponents in their bouts. Bridger Warren, Darren Oyler, Brindon Cabero, and Tyson Terry wrestled close matches and gave it their all. Way to represent Don Pride on the Mat!!! Come watch the dual tonight at 7 pm here at home against Wasatch.
Organization: Spanish Fork High School- Counseling
Attention Students interested in MTECH’S Certified Nursing Assistant Program. There are still spots available for Semester 2 beginning in January. A CNA can work in a variety of healthcare settings such as assisted living & skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, clinics, home health & hospice care. This certification is also very beneficial for those students interested in furthering their education in the health and medical field after High School. Current High school students do not need to pay tuition, only fees to take this course. Spots are available both A day and B day and either morning or afternoon. Stop in the Counseling Office and talk to your counselor or visit MTECH for more information.
Sophomores, have you heard of the Hoby Leadership Seminar? For more than five decades, HOBY has inspired young people to make a difference and become catalysts for positive change in their home, school, workplace, and community. As America’s foremost youth leadership organization, HOBY has a long history of successfully motivating young people to develop into outstanding leaders.The Hoby seminar will be held at Snow College this year for four days in May. Spanish Fork High School has 8 spots for any sophomore who would like to attend. In addition to learning lifelong leadership skills you will have the opportunity to do something that will have a positive impact in your community. Last year the HOBY Youth Leadership of Utah Scholarship Committee awarded about 30 scholarships totaling $192,000. If you attend this seminar and do the work you will have a chance to earn one of these scholarships. Please go to the counseling office before Friday if you are interested in going to Hoby or would like more information.
Hey boys grab your dates and find your ugly sweaters because Jingle Ball is coming up on December 14. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. There will be a free photo booth. The dance goes from 7:00 - 10:00 in the cafeteria.
Attention all students! The HOSA club will be collecting new stuffed animals for the next two weeks. All new stuffed animals will be distributed to children in the primary children's hospital just in time for Christmas. Students can earn an hour and half detention for 5 or more new stuffed animals. This is a great way to help the kiddos and get detention credit. Please bring the new stuffed animals to Mr. Warren's room, or Mrs. Applegate's room to receive detention credit. The drive ends Dec. 20.