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August 2020

Golf Team News

Submitted by seth.spainhower on Tue, 08/25/2020 - 10:46
Attributions: 
Coach Rogers

The Dons have beaten mighty Park City in consecutive matches. This is the equivalent of Goliath being slayed TWICE!  Basically, what the golf team is doing is a BIG deal!  Noah Taylor is leading the way.  He keeps shooting scores under par and stands alone in first place in the region. Sophomore Jackson Rhees is also doing very impressive things on the golf course.  He stands alone in third place in the individual race.  His 73 On Monday was bested only by his own teammate.  Michael Wyss and Kade Christensen rounded out the scoring for the Dons in this week's match.  Earlier this season, Max Murray shot a 68 in a region match and has been a huge contributor throughout.  Seniors Austin Worthen and Sam Jex have done some good things at the varsity level and their younger teammates, Payton Whitehead and Kason Dart have also made their presence known. The SF Golfers are playing like big boys these days! - Coach Rogers

Administration Message

Submitted by seth.spainhower on Mon, 08/24/2020 - 09:15
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Administration

Our first week of school was a success, and we can’t wait for the rest of the year! Below is this year’s Administration Message...

Welcome to Spanish Fork High School: “Here, We Learn for LIFE.” This year, we will dive into how we LEARN, INTERACT, FOCUS, and EMPOWER. These four elements will truly enhance our ability to live life to the fullest and find success! Our goal is to help all Spanish Fork High School stakeholders learn essential skills to better their future, find happiness, and improve their abilities everyday.

“The Spaniard Way” is a theme you will hear throughout the year. We encourage everyone to do their best and live “The Spaniard Way.” To us, this means we are academically centered, enhance 21st century skills, exemplify proper social awareness, serve others, career ready, critical thinkers, effective communicators, collaborators, positive, compassionate, resilient, happy and much more!

Spanish Fork High School is a place where all people can come learn in a safe, and constructive environment. It is built around optimism, respect, and sincere care. Our administration, counselors, teachers, and staff each have a deep love for education and the students of SFHS. Here you will find a multitude of opportunities both in academics, and extracurricular activities. We encourage all students to participate in as many aspects of the high school experience as possible. We have worked hard to provide opportunities that everyone can enjoy and learn from. Remember that everyone in our building is here to help and we all need the support of those around us. Your success is our priority!

Welcome again to Spanish Fork High where we act on our visions: “Here, We Learn for LIFE,” and live “The Spaniard Way!”

Sincerely,

Matt Christensen, Principal
Jo Lynn Ford, Assistant Principal
Jade Andersen, Assistant Principal
Seth Spainhower, Dean of Students

Sophomore Orientation

Submitted by seth.spainhower on Tue, 08/18/2020 - 10:43
Attributions: 
Administration

We are happy to announce our sophomore orientation tonight! We are using an open house format and encourage all who come to practice proper COVID-19 safety guidelines. Please wear your mask and stay 6ft apart, thank you!

Game Day - Mask Up!!

Submitted by seth.spainhower on Fri, 08/07/2020 - 12:13
Attributions: 
Administration

Please read the following guidelines/procedures that will be in place at all SFHS games, activities, and events. 

We are so excited to get back in school and begin our fall sports season! This opportunity comes with many responsibilities and we are asking for your help to save the season and our school year. It is crucial that we all do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. We must all work together to be as safe as possible and take preventative measures. We are asking students, parents, and the community to do the following when attending SFHS games:

1- Stay home if you are sick, or have COVID-19 related symptoms
2- Wear a face mask
3- Physical distance as much as possible
4- Wash hands and sanitize often
5- Stay in family groups and keep space between other family groups
6- Elementary and junior high age students must be accompanied by a parent/guardian and stay by them
7- We have opened the north and south ends of the field (by the end zones) if you want to bring lawn chairs so we can spread out more

We look forward to an amazing school year and extracurricular events. Your cooperation in helping our school and activities stay open is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your help!

SFHS Administration

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