All invited to the #savethekids free Parent Education Night sponsored by Nebo School District on November 5, 2018, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Springville High auditorium at 1205 East 900 South in Springville, Utah. Collin Kartchner and Dr. Katey McPherson will lead a discussion on Balancing screen time and device use, Protecting and cultivating our children's self-worth, Devising a sensible family use of device plan.
On Friday, October 12th the Especially for Athletes Leadership Team put on an assembly for the students of Riverview Elementary. They encouraged the students to Stand Up against Bullying. They did fun activities involving the students to help teach them how to stand up against bullying and what they should do if they feel they are being bullied. They left a strong message that bullying is not "cool". At SFHS our athletes STAND UP against Bullying!
The Mighty Marching SF Dons took 'What Goes Up' to the stadium field at BYU to compete in the Rocky Mountain MB Invitational. The band soared high and brought home three more trophies! A beautiful 1st PLACE WIN along with taking BEST PERCUSSION and VISUAL Performance! Congrats to the Band, Mr. Roberts, & Staff!
Snow College will be holding their nearest scholarship open house on Thursday October 11th. It will be in Orem at the Holiday Inn Express from 5:00-8:00 PM. Academic Scholarships will be awarded, and you can also talk to representatives from financial aid, housing, academic advising, departments, and current students. If you have questions please reach out to your counselor or check Snow College's website!
The SFHS Marching Dons had another winning weekend at the Mt. Timpanogos MB Competition on Saturday! They brought home another 1st Place trophy and three Caption trophies in Music, Percussion, and Color Guard! ROCK SOLID PERFORMANCE from our Mighty Marching Band! Congrats!!
Students from Mrs. Whittekiend’s Leadership class and the Business Leaders of Tomorrow (BLT) club attended DECA’s Fall Leadership Conference on October 2 in Salt Lake City. DECA builds and develops high school students to become leaders in civic and business opportunities. This year the keynote speaker was Mitt Romney. His message focused on staying true to your principles and coming together as a nation to make the world a better place.
On Thursday the debate team competed in our first competition, the Nebo Novice Tournament. As a team, we brought home the third place trophy. We also had several stand-out performances from members of our team. Lauren Cahill placed second in Impromptu Speaking; Katana Jensen placed third in Original Oratory; Justino Martinez placed second in National Extemporaneous Speaking; Corinne Orton and Avery Steele placed second in Policy Debate; and in Congressional Debate, Emi Rocha placed third and Patrick Young took home first place. Congratulations Debate Team!
On Friday, September 28th, the Spanish Fork High School Hope Squad had the opportunity to attend Spanish Fork Junior High’s 8th grade Health classes to teach valuable lessons on how students’ words and actions can have a profound impact on others. Students were encouraged to offer a smile and a compliment to others, and were given a friendly reminder that you may never know what somebody is going through. They did fun, interactive activities with the students to help promote kindness and thoughtfulness.
The Red Cross Blood Drive will be tomorrow from 8 am to 3 pm in the D Gym at Spanish Fork High School. This is a great way for our us to give back to the community. The Red Cross is in desperate need of blood with all the natural disaster hitting our country.If your student wishes to give blood, please have help them fill out this form before they come to school tomorrow: https://www.redcrossblood.org/content/dam/redcrossblood/controlled-documents/Parental-Consent-Blood-Donation.pdf
UVU'sconcurrent enrollment registration period has ended and after each fall registration, we like to give out awards to high schools for their hard work. We have three awards that we give out: Highest amount of students taking a concurrent enrollment course, highest enrollments or courses being taken at the school, and highest percentage of student population taking a concurrent enrollment course. This year your school won Highest Course Enrollment. Congrats Teachers and Students of SFHS!!