The Utah All-State High School Art Show "honors the best high school artists in the state for their talent, creativity and dedication." "This year 1,016 works from 100 schools were entered. Of these entries, 337 were selected for display in the exhibition." Spanish Fork High School had three pieces accepted into the show, and two of those won awards. Lily Dayton's painting of the fire above Woodland Hills was accepted. Sarah Wessman's colored pencil drawing "Potpourri" was purchased by the Utah State Board of Education, and won a purchase award. Nic Corradini's photo- "Lifeguard" won an Honorable Mention for the 3rd Congressional District. The school is really proud of these three artists, and all of those who entered the competition with their amazing artwork. Congrats to all participants. Great job representing the Dons.
Detention Credit opportunity!! 1.5 hours of detention credit for attending the presentation Monday night at 7 in the auditorium!!!
Parent Night Presentation Monday, April 15, 7 pm: We are holding a presentation for parents and students on anxiety/depression and how to manage social media and cell phone use. Dr. Kane is a clinical mental health counselor who specializes in trauma and neurological changes in the brain.
In the auditorium – 1.5 hours of detention credit for attending!!!
Congratulations to the 2019-2020 SBOs: Jorgy Aguero, Ramsey Anderson, Sam Ashworth, Hyrum Kramer, Savannah Loreen, Camden McDonald, Jacob Moore, and Slader Radmall! We look forward to a ROCK SOLID year!!
The Utah Shakespeare Festival is once again hitting the road with its Shakespeare-in-the-Schools touring production – this year performing one of the world’s first psychological thrillers, William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. An afternoon performance will be held on Monday, April 15, at 3:30 p.m. at Spanish Fork High, 300 West 99 North, Spanish Fork. An evening performance will be held Tuesday, April 16, at 7:30 at Springville High School, 1205 E. 900 S., Springville, UT. Admission is free. Michael Bahr, the festival’s education director directed this production. “For many of our audiences this will be the first time they have seen a professional Shakespeare production,” said Bahr. “This program seeks to entertain, enrich, and educate with innovative and accessible performances to rural and urban schools and communities, many of which would not have this opportunity otherwise.” Come be entertained and enriched with one of Shakespeare’s greatest plays – and again, admission is free!!!
PARENTS: the Counseling Department needs YOUR help! Please click the link below to take a quick survey. The counselors will use the feedback from this survey to better align their focus for the next three years with what you feel your student needs. We would greatly appreciate your input! http://www.ctesurveys.com/CTESurvey?PointerId=818&SchoolId=205