The drill team took 3rd place at region drill competition last Thursday. Their performances were stellar and we are so proud of them all!! Also we are so thrilled for our Academic All Region dancers - Alisa Brown, Courtney Wyson and All Region Drill members - Elise Halliday, Courtney Wyson, Alisa Brown. Way to go girls - you represented SFHS so well - go Lady Dons!! Good luck at state this Thursday!
This was a Nebo School District event with each high school bringing three contestants. Each contestant was awarded a door prize from our 22 sponsors and the top three finishers were awarded a top-of-the-line auto darkening helmet provided by Lincoln Electric and Miller Electric. The top three finishers also were awarded money from Wyotech Institute along with a $5000 scholarship to their school. The first place position, on top of all the other prizes, won the covenanted Carhartt Coat valued around $150. Also each school is competing for the traveling trophy that gets to be displayed at the overall winners school-after losing the chance to get the trophy for the past 2 years by one point, we took it back with a vengeance by sweeping the competition overall by 10 points! SFHS was well represented in the top, Filimone Tukuafu took 1st place, Corbin Cox took 3rd place and McCade Mecham took 4th place. All were rewarded heavily by the sponsors and represented SFHS very well. Great job, boys!!!
Registration for Spring Launchpad is now open! Launchpad is an apprenticeship program for high school students and first-semester undergrads interested in coding, app design (UI/UX), product design (maker movement) and marketing. The 10-week program takes place at local software companies and tech start-ups and is guided by industry experts. This fall, 13 of the 22 internships offered were from Nebo District! Application Deadline is January 15th @ 10:00pm. https://www.golaunchpad.org/
SFHS Boys! Sign up to attend the Empowering your Tomorrow STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) conference on Jan 23 @UVU. Choose from several interactive workshops and explore education and career opportunities in high-earning STEM careers and more! School excused. More student learning opportunities available athttp://nebocte.weebly.com/ For more info, contact Mrs. Seale in the counseling office.