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Just a reminder that we will not hold classes at all on Tuesday, May 24 at Spanish Fork High School (only) due to graduation at UVU at 10 am.
Online Scheduling for 2016-17: Students will be able to schedule their classes for next year starting Wed May 18 (afternoon) for incoming seniors; and Fri, May 19 for Juniors and Sophomores. Here is a link to video instructions for the online scheduling program: https://youtu.be/TIhVYgb6-24
Click "Read More" below for instruction documents.
Note: Scheduling will close on Friday, May 27 at 3:00 pm; There will be a $10 fee charged for changes after the 27th.
Please be careful and make sure every class period is scheduled. Also, for the following classes, students must take a lab but it can be any lab offered: AP Language, AP Literature, AP Biology, AP Calculus If you have questions, please contact your counselor.
We are excited to announce that one of our very own Dons, Beau Bayless, has been selected to perform with the Utah Symphony.
The future of Utah's musical legacy is now! Exceptional high school instrumentalists are invited to perform side-by-side with their Utah Symphony mentors in this exciting Abravanel Hall experience. Come see and hear your high school colleagues in concert with the Utah Symphony.
Also featured on the program is Miriam Wagstaff, viola, who will solo with the Utah Symphony.
Tickets are $6.00 - $18.00 for this performance and can be ordered on line at www.utahsymphony.org or by calling
The track teams competed at the BYU invitational over the weekend. The Boys team finished in a tie for 8th place (3rd amongst all 4A teams) out of 61 schools.
Michael Whittaker took 2nd place in the javelin with a new school record throw of 195' 9.5" He is ranked 18th in the nation in the javelin.
Heston Andersen finished in 4th place in the 800M with a time of 1:56.01 (2nd all time at SFHS). He also lowered his 1600 time to 4:21.09 which is also 2nd all time at SFHS.
Isaac Pendleton made the final in the 100, 200 and 400. He was the only kid in the state to accomplish this. He finished 9th in the 100 and ran a personal best time of 11.06 (6th all time SFHS), finished 6th in the 200 with a new personal best of 22.27 (4th all time SFHS) and 6th in the 400M in a time of 50.23.
Tanner Olsen (just a 9th grader) set personal bests in the 800 2:06.82 and 1600 4:38.72
Courtney Anderson had the best showing for the girls by achieving season best times in both the 100m hurdles and the 300m hurdles.
We compete in our region meet this Wednesday and Thursday at Salem Hills high school. good luck to our awesome track team!