School News

We Are Drama Dons

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Congrats to Erika Poulsen who was in the top ten auditions at the Utah Theatre Association conference this weekend. She was a scholarship winner. We also want to congratulate Nick Howell, Tristan Bowman, Abby Hill, Logan McGraw, and Maddie Reese. All of our seniors received callbacks from many local universities and colleges. GO DRAMA DONS!

Floral Shop Open House

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Maciah Jenkins

Floral Shop Open HouseSpanish Fork FFA is hosting an open house for their remodeled floral shop on January 24th from 5:30 to 7. Students, faculty and community members are invited to bring their families to the open house. There will be fun workshops, a raffle and refreshments will be served. Please come! It will be fun!

Mr. Warren is the UtSTA Outstanding Biology Science Teacher

Brad Warren is a Biology/Medical Anatomy Teacher for Spanish Fork High School. This is his twenty first year teaching, sixteen at Spanish Fork High, and his first five at Payson Junior High School. He currently teaches Biology 1010 CE, Biology 1610 CE/AP Biology, and Medical Anatomy/Physiology courses to grades 10-12. He received his B.S.in Biology from The University of Utah and his M.D. in Education from The University of Phoenix. He has earned the Spanish Fork High School “Teacher of the Year” award for 2013. He started the first courses of Zoology/Botany, Biology 1010 CE, and Biology 1610 CE at Spanish Fork High School. He serves as science department chair and HOSA advisor. When he isn’t in the classroom, he spends time farming, gardening, and spending time in the outdoors with family and friends. He specifically loves to fly fish and camp in Utah’s awesome outdoors. He couldn’t imagine doing anything better than helping students discover answers through practicing science. Congrats Mr. Warren!! You are ROCK SOLID!!

 

Concurrent Enrollment

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Kelly Seale

Do you have a 2nd semester concurrent enrollment class? Now is the time to get registered with UVU to receive college credit for your high school courses! Concurrent enrollment deadlines are quickly approaching, beginning on January 23rd so please register early for your 2nd semester classes! Go to uvu.edu/concurrent to register now!

Internships Available

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Kelly Seale

A high school internship may be exactly what you need to give yourself real world experience in an occupation that interests you. Internships are available to Juniors and Seniors in all career fields, including health science, education and training, marketing and finance and so much more!  Better still, internships count towards a CTE Pathway for students who would like to graduate with a pathway certificate in a specific field of study. Pick up an application today from Mrs. Seale in the counseling office if you'd like to apply for an internship for 2nd semester.

Teaching as a Profession

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Kelly Seale

SFHS is offering a new course for students interested in becoming Elementary or Secondary education teachers. The Teaching as a Profession class will be offered beginning second semester during A2 and A5 by our amazing family and consumer science teacher, Whitney Carter. Students interested in registering for the class can register online using Aspire or go to the counseling office for more information.

 

We Are Drill

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Leslie Swenson

The Las Chalitas attended their first invitational of the year Saturday, December 8th at Murray High School. They did a great job and placed 1st in Hip Hop, 1st in Pom, 3rd in Military, 2nd in Dance, and 3rd in Kick. We would like to congratulate them on a job well done! Come support them this weekend at their second competition located at UVU. Good luck ladies!! 

Teddy Bears for Detention

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HOSA

It's time for Teddy Bears for Detention. Bring 5 new or gently used teddy bears or stuffed animals to the Front Office, Writing Lab (room 25) or Brad Warren's room (room 20) to receive one and a half hours of detention credit. Teddy Bears are donated to children who have been removed from their homes in a crisis situation. Often, these stuffed animals are the only comfort the children have at that time. Please donate by December 12th.

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