On January 6th, the Las Chalitas attended the Excalibur Classic at Copper Hills High School. They had great performances and placed very well. They were 1st in Dance, Hip Hop, Lyrical, and Pom, 2nd in Military, and 3rd in Character. They won the the Auxiliary Sweepstakes Award, and they were second overall in the 4A category after a tie breaker. Their Character Routine also received a Judges Choice Award. Congratulations to Melissa Monroe, Bailey Hansen, and Abby Larsen for placing in the top 3 of Drill Down. Seven soloists competed Friday night and also did a great job. Baylie Sanderson won first in two categories, Axuray Talbot won second in the Lyrical category, Mclain Gordon won 2nd in the Jazz category, and Taitum Tucker won third in the Contemporary category. Congratulations ladies! The Las Chalitas compete again this weekend, January 13th, at Corner Canyon High School. Best of luck, girls, and keep up the good work!
Students at Spanish Fork High School are doing a myriad of internships for high school credit, assisting them in figuring out just what they want to do in life! 1st pic: Jovanna Gomez interning with Ms. Froerer's 1st grade class at Sierra Bonita2nd: Joni Nielsen interning at Payson Family Pet Hospital3rd: Mason Olsen interning at ATL Technologies with their engineers4th: Teagan Sheetz interning with Barber Welding5th: Devin Berns interning on the Medical/Surgical floor and the Emergency Room at Mtn View HospitalGreat job intern Dons!! Keep up the good work!
The National Honor Society, Key Club, and STAR Clubs worked together to bring the spirit of Christmas to many in our community who so faithfully serve us. They also wanted to bring a some joy to little ones on Christmas morning.
Students got together and frosted cookies (hundreds of cookies) and made dozens of dog toys. The cookies were distributed to staff and faculty members at SFHS to thank them for their service and wish them a Merry Christmas. Cookies were also delivered to various community service organizations (Police and Fire Department, etc.). The many dog toys made at the activity were donated to the local animal shelter and to top it off, students brought toys for a toy drive which were then donated to the United Way. All club members want to wish everyone a MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR! Service is FUN!
HOSA Club and the Medical Anatomy classes have been busy this year. Here are some of the highlights from first and second term. HOSA visited Mountain View Hospital during October. We toured each department, and learned what careers are available at a hospital. The Medical Anatomy did a cow eye dissection. We also completed labs on cellular respiration too. Great job students! You are ROCK SOLID!
During December, HOSA/Lettermans' Club organized a Teddy Bear Drive to help children at the Women/Children Crisis Center. The HOSA (future medical careers) students collected new stuffed animals to donate during the Christmas season. We collected close to 900 animals.