FFA Conducts Service Project and Laser Assault

Attributions: 
Kira Fenn

Babies are born daily, but the sad thing about such a wonderful experience is that some babies have to go home with nothing but the clothes on their backs to keep them warm. Spanish Fork FFA, during their FFA week activities, thought about how they could make a difference. On Thursday, February 24, 2010, the FFA did a service project where they made baby blankets to later donate to Payson Hospital.

SFHS Teachers Appreciated Teacher Appreciation Week

Attributions: 
Danielle Christianson, Chris Brown

For teacher appreciation week, Spanish Fork High School Parent/Teacher/Student Association provided the faculty with pink cookies, mailbox treats, an awesome dinner for Parent Teacher Conference, doughnuts and ended the week with a pie day. PTSA club members decorated the school on Monday with posters and sign to express their appreciation. Spanish Fork has some of the greatest teachers in Utah with teachers of the year and soon to be teachers of the year. One of the English teachers at Spanish Fork said, “Teacher appreciation week was great.

Nebo School District Dance Company Showcase

Attributions: 
: Chelsey Davis, Whitney Nielson, Leslie Beck, and Claire Stodtmeister

Salem Hills, Maple Mountain, Springville, Payson, and Spanish Fork High School’s Dance Company all gathered together at Spanish Fork High for the Nebo Dance Company Showcase. All teams were given the opportunity to space onstage to prepare for the show, and attend a master class taught by Shawnee Bird. Shawnee taught a contemporary combo and the girls really enjoyed it! After each school had a chance to space on stage and attend the master class, they all gathered to eat dinner. After the girls ate, they had an hour to prepare for the show.

Jack Swenson Inducted into Spanish Fork High School Athletics Hall of Fame

Attributions: 
Shideler Bennett

Jack Swenson was recently inducted into Spanish Fork High School Athletic Hall of Fame. He graduated from Spanish Fork High School in 1954. While in high school he served on the student council and participated on the football, basketball and baseball teams. He was chosen to be on the 1954 All-State basketball team. Mr. Swenson graduated for BYU in 1958 with a degree in Physical Education and Health. He received his Masters Degree in 1974 in Community Education and Recreation. His teaching career began in Toole, Utah.

Character Count Week Celebrated at Spanish Fork High School

Attributions: 
Matthew Christiansen

Character count week at Spanish Fork High School was a success! The week began as each of the students received another character card. These cards have been distributed out amongst the school as part of a competition to see who can get them all. They have motivational quotes on them and have been a tradition carried out by the NHS. Besides character cards, the school had plans of having Paul Cardall come and speak to them. The one downer on the very important week was, he came down with a virus and was unable to show up. Fortunately, that didn't slow the students down.

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