Great Debate

Attributions: 
Deon Youd

There's no debate about it. The Spanish Fork High School debate team is on a roll, placing in several categories at a recent debate.

At the annual Timpview Tempest debate tournament, Karson Jensen took first place in Lincoln Douglas debate. Cassidy Curtin took first in Impromptu speaking. Other awards went to Daniel Raleigh, third place in Foreign Extemp, Shaniece Novak, second place in Oratory, and Sawyer Hamilton, sixth place in Student Congress.

The SFHS debaters will be back in action this weekend. Go Dons!

Science Students Envision the Future

Attributions: 
Deon Youd

Members of the Spanish Fork High School HOSA organization got a glimpse of their potential future during their October field trip to Apple Valley Vision in Payson on October 22. 

HOSA is a national and state organization for students who want to pursue future medical careers. Once a month, the group visits a medical professional to learn about that type of career and observe the science in action.

Spooky Times at Fall Spirit Bowl

Attributions: 
Deon Youd

The Dons scared up some hauntingly good fun at the fall spirit bowl assembly held Friday, October 31. Seniors, juniors, sophomores, and even faculty members competed against each other to win bragging rights and to build school spirit.

The games at this spirit bowl were Halloween themed. Students raced to bob for apples, find gumballs inside pumpkins, and wrap each other like mummies. They also played "spider ball," a version of crab soccer, and an enthusiastic game of musical chairs. 

The cheerleaders, drill team, and dance company also performed at the assembly.

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