School News

Teaching as a Profession

Attributions: 
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

Attributions: 
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

Attributions: 
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.

Cheer and Song Take First Place!

Attributions: 
Tysha Money
Cheerleaders
Songleaders

Congratulations to our SFHS Cheer and Songleaders for their amazing performances at the USA Cottonwood Regional Cheer Competition last Saturday. This was their first competition of the season and both Cheer and Song took first place in their divisions! Their next competition will be January 5th @ Roy High School. Great job girls and good luck this season!

Reflections Winners

Attributions: 
PTA
McKenzie Gladding
Ruby Campbell
Makenna Wilkinson
Hannah Ferrara
Sterling Brinkerhoff

Congratulations to our Reflections winners!

Literature - Hannah Ferrara- "We Are All Heroes"
Photography - Sterling Brinkerhoff - "The Greatest Heroes Light the Way for the Others to Follow"
Visual Arts (2D) - McKenzie Gladding - "Aspire"
Visual Arts (2D) - Ruby Campbell - "Small and Simple Things"
Visual Arts (2D) - Makenna Wilkinson "Story Untold"

We Are Marching Band!

Attributions: 
Kristine Harris

Tuesday, November 20th, the Spanish Fork City Council recognized the 2X State Champion SFHS Marching Band for their amazing accomplishments this past season. It was a privilege and an honor to receive acknowledgment from the Mayor and Council. The band is grateful for the rock solid community support and the opportunity to share our story! Congrats to our amazing marching band!!

Do Not Miss The Miracle Worker

Attributions: 
Andy Hunsaker

Helen Keller spoke 7 languages and could do Trigonometry in her head. But it all started with a great teacher. Come and see the DramaDons as they present "The Miracle Worker" by William Gibson. The first two nights are "Pay what you want." The play runs November 14-20 at 7 pm.

College Application Week

Attributions: 
Leslie Swenson

Utah College Application Week was a great success for Spanish Fork High School. All Seniors had the opportunity to fill out a college application with the assistance of our counselors and college reps. Dixie State University, Southern Utah University and Snow College offered application waivers for this week only so students were able to apply for free. All students were challenged to wear as much college 'swag' as they could on Thursday, and the winners received a Sip N' Gift Card. 

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