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April 2012


Submitted by kippy.bishop on Thu, 04/19/2012 - 13:24
Shea Bradshaw

"Rock-A-Palooza isn't a traditional concert, but a choral rock show.  Rock-A-Palooza is student led from start to finish.  Students in the choral department choose and prepare popular songs to sing in small ensembles and as soloists.  Student choreographers, light and sound designers, and rock band members round out the show.  Come enjoy this fantastic choral rock show!"


April 19 and 20, 7:00pm in the SFHS Auditorium

SFHS Cheerleaders 2012-2013

Submitted by kippy.bishop on Thu, 04/19/2012 - 13:15
Wendi Nelson

Congratulations to the new 2012-2013 SFHS cheerleaders!

Top row (left to right): Shayla Szalkowski, Allie Lemon, Katelyn Higginson, Kennedy Andersson, Ashlin Hansen, Jenae Holt, Jennifer Oliveros, Angel Benson.

Middle row: Shelby Shepherd, Kristen Young, Madison Wilson, Shanae Jensen, Halley Baum, Kaylie Gren, Haley Larsen. 

Bottom row: McKell Wood, Paizlee Dansie, Irelyn Peterson, Randi Beckstrom, Tilee Brenneman, Chelsea Ralston, Ashlyn Rudd, Lexi Seitz, Jennifer Clark.

Chamber Singers Achieve Superior Ratings at State Choir Festival!

Submitted by kippy.bishop on Thu, 04/19/2012 - 10:56
Shea Bradshaw

 The SFHS Chamber Singers earned straight superior ratings at the UHSAA State Chamber Choir Festival on April 28th.  This is the highest rating a musical group can achieve at state and a great accomplishment.  In addition to a superior finish in the Chamber Choir Festival, the group performed in the small ensemble category, receiving an additional superior rating and one superior minus rating.  Congratulations to this dedicated group:   Bethany Bramall, Jessica Christley, Sydney Critchfield, Lisie Dixon, Geoffrey Eppley, Sadie Ethington, Madison Frame, Ayrika Hales, Ben Hardy, Brandon Leavitt, Sam Maughan, Chet Oxborrow, Matt Russell, Paul Voorhees, Jacob Warner, Brooklyn Young.

Drivers Ed

Submitted by kippy.bishop on Wed, 04/18/2012 - 15:00
Doug Snell

Drivers Ed Class Information

For Spanish Fork High School

 May Class

We can hold a class starting on May 1st and run for 2 hours per day until May 22nd

Summer Classes

We can hold 2 classes in the early summer.  Starting May 30th and run for 2 hours per day until approximately June 14th.  2 different groups per day:  One will run from 8:00 am to 11:00 am, and the 2nd group will take the class from 12 noon until 2 pm.

August Classes

We can also run a class starting the 2nd week in August and run for 15 days at 2 hours per day.

 The cost is $95 and you will need to pay at the Spanish Fork finance office.  Please indicate which class you would prefer.  The classes will only run if 36 kids sign up for each one, so please get your money in and sign up for the class of your choice.

SFHS Drama Team Takes 1st Place at Region Competition, Advances to State

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 13:57
Meg Grierson
Drama Region Champs

Spanish Fork High School's competition Drama Team traveled last Saturday to North Sanpete HighSchool for the UHSAA Regional Competition, returning home with the first place trophy. Afterthree months of daily rehearsal, as well as many hours spent after school, their hard work resulted inevery single one of the 23 events qualifying for State Competition with a “Superior” ranking. SFHS’scompetition one-act play, The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman, placed 2nd overall, receiving 1st placehonors for “Set Design” and garnering awards for senior Brock Larson as “Best Character Actor” andsenior Jennifer Grzybowski as “Best Actress Overall.”

In addition to these one-act play awards, SFHS also earned several medals for individual events. MattGubler and Emma Kristensen took 3rd in classical scenes, Brooklyn Young and Kenny White took 3rdin contemporary scenes, Michaella Hales took 3rd in dramatic monologues, Marty Sperry took 2nd inhumorous monologues, Celeste Thomas and Emily Wilson took 1st in classical scenes, Jen Grzybowskiand CariLyn Jenkins took 1st in contemporary scenes, and Ty Jurkatis (who joined the individualevents only the day before competition) took 1st in pantomime. Nineteen of the 22 events advancedto the finals round, with all 22 receiving an overall “Superior” rating, thereby qualifying every SFHSparticipant for State Competition April 12th-14th.

When asked about his opinion of the competition and the team, Brock Larson said, “My favorite partwas how all of our team was so supportive of everyone else on the team and the other schools. I lovehow our whole team pulled together and surpassed expectations! I'm glad to be a part of the SpanishFork High Drama Team!”

All community members are cordially invited to see SFHS’s individual events as well as thecompetition one-act, The Little Foxes, this coming Thursday-Saturday, April 5th-7th, at 7:00 in theschool’s Little Theatre. Doors open at 6:30, with performances beginning at 7:00. Tickets are$5.00 and can be purchased at the door. According to director Meg Grierson, “The SFHS TheatreDepartment thanks all Spanish Fork citizens for their continued support of our program, and looksforward to representing both the school and the community at State!”

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