Are you a sophmore planning to participate throughout sophmore week? Well i think you should! It's not only sophmores that can participate either! This is what's going to go down:
Monday they're having delicious waffles for only 1 dollar!
Tuesday is Olympic dress up day. You get to dress up as your favorite sport or country.
Wednesday there is a volleyball tournament after school, you need to get your team and sign up!
Thursday is movie night--Cool Runnings is going to be playing.
And lastly, MORP is Friday! For this dance you wear sports gear!
I encourage you to get into the school spirit and have a GREAT week!!
Our extraordinary English and Leadership teacher, Deon Youd, was awarded the Crystal Apple Award on Wednesday, March 7th by Horace Mann. Colleague and friend, Ann Dart, said this of Deon when presenting the award, "She is consistently “reaching her potential andfulfilling her educational goals.” Deon’s intellectual abilities are evident to all of us as we see her continuallysearching, reading, studying, and learning new things. Deon is definitely a life-long learner. We all know Deon as a hardworking, creative, innovative teacher who is willing to go the extra mile and take on a lot of added responsibilities to help make SFHS the outstanding school it is. Deon is pleasant and cooperative to work with, and I think that it has been the experience of most of us as we have had the opportunity to enjoy her out-going, fun-loving, unique, and a bit sarcastic personality. Deon is definitely an influence for good, a positive example, and a tremendous asset to our school, and she is richly deserving of this Crystal Apple honor."
On March 7th, Spanish Fork Highschool's Orchestra presented an awesome concert. With Ellen Fudge directing, they played wonderful songs such as Bluegrass, Old Joe Clark, Power House, & Chamber Suite in D! Studenst in the Orchestra practice rigorously and their talent really showed as they wowed the crowd. Next time our amazing orchestra plays, be sure to go and enjoy the beautiful music!
If you have been looking for some excitement in your life look no further! Donkey Basketball is here. If you are asking yourself "What is Donkey Basketball?" It is exactly what it says it is--your fellow students and faculty playing basketball on donkeys. Yes, I am not kidding you. It will be so much fun to watch or participate in. If you are looking to sign up get more details from Mrs. Smith in the Agriculture Department. Tickets range from $5-10; you really can't miss it. Then when someone asks you what is the craziest thing you have ever done you can reply with something orginal and wild. Even if you don't want to participate come join the fun on March 29th. It is at 7PM until 8:30PM in the Main Gym. You WILL NOT regret it.
Our Spanish Fork High School softball team is off to a great start. To begin their great season they played and won their first game against Pleasant Grove, with the ending score of 11-0. Their second game was just as successful as the first. Playing Syracuse, they defeated the Titans with the score of 15-3. On Tuesday March 13, they play Grantsville High School. Along with this game comes the Sunshine Tournament in St. George. We wish the Lady Dons Good luck at both of these events as well as the many games to come.
Homeless for One Night - 2012
When: Friday, March 30th 7 pm- Saturday, March 31st 5 am
Where: Spanish Fork High School Girls Gym
Sponsored by SFHS Student Council
Proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity
High school students agree to walk continuously through the night relay-style for charity. Students from Spanish Fork and surrounding areas are invited to participate. Activities will be going on for team members not currently walking. This is a fun way to get to know a lot of people in a safe, supervised environment, and it’s for a great cause!
If you are interested in participating, you will need to complete the attached permission/registration form.
Students in Mrs. Smith's floriculture class prepare for the spring by getting their planting started! People don't realize how early you need to start planting for the season. It takes time and effort, but the students in her class really enjoy what they get to do. So far they have planted Cana Lilies, Petunias, Zinias, and all their other bedding plants. Students have to keep a close eye on things and make sure they get enough water, sunlight and fertilizer. When the flowers get big enough to sale the students will then be in charge of that as well. All together they say the class is a good break from the reality of school, you can be having a bad day but the second you walk in and see the flowers your mood totally changes. Something else that is exciting about floriculture is anyone is able to take the class. You don't have to have any special talents. It looks like its going to be a good season for the floriculture students.
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