It's Never to Late to Fiesta!

Attributions: 
Tui Tuaone

It may have been a week late, but nothing stopped Spanish Fork High School from enjoying the Homecoming fiesta. Students gathered at the pavilion west of the main gym on Tuesday, September 17, 2013. The fiesta had originally been scheduled for Wednesday, September 11, 2013, but the event was postponed due to rainy weather.

Around 200 students turned out for food, drinks, and volleyball. The swimming pool was also open for the event. Students said it was a great time to meet up with friends, talk to girls and guys, and socialize with new people.

Marching Band Takes the Field at Provo High School

Attributions: 
Rhiannon Martin

Spanish Fork High School Marching Band performed at Provo High School on September 14, 2013. It was a chance for all of the different marching bands in the area to get feedback on their competition show from other people instead of just their coaches.

"It was a lot less stressful on Saturday because  we had already performed it once before," said Seryn Martin, color guard member.

The band's show is made up of music from Phantom of the Opera. They first performed their show at halftime of the Homecoming football game on Friday, September 13, 2013.

Fair Fun Friday

Attributions: 
Cortney Anderson

Animals, gardens, clowns, a 13 foot alligator, a mechanical bull named T-bone. This is what the FFA experienced on September 13, 2013 at the Utah State Fair.

The Ag teachers wanted to get students involved, so they arranged the trip for the FFA. They planned an assignment that took students on a tour around the fair.

Students spent about three and a half hours at the fair, learning and enjoying the sun.

"Everyone should experience the state fair," said Gavin Wilkey, FFA member.

SFHS Scores Big with AP Tests

Attributions: 
Abraham Zambrano

Dave McKee has been with Spanish Fork High School for nine years now, and he has never seen anything close to a 89.7% pass rate for AP tests. But that's exactly what Spanish Fork High School earned for the spring 2013 testing season.

SFHS came in first in the district with second place coming in at just over 60% passing. "This says a lot about our kids," said McKee. 

SFHS Goes Into the Woods for Fall Musical

Attributions: 
McKabe Jolley

Rehersals are underway for Spanish Fork High School's fall musical, Into the Woods. The cast was selected at the end of August.

Musical directior, Shea Bradshaw said, "This show demands a larget vocal range from very high to moderately low. Each cast member needs to be able to sing very well."

Director Bonnie Beckstead said, "This show has a lot of musical number and that means this is a very vocal intensive production." She went on to say, "Every person in the cast was made for the role they are in."

Into the Woods opens in November.

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