Finding a Future through Internships

Attributions: 
Rhiannon Martin

Students at Spanish Fork High School are working in the career of their choice already. They are training through Spanish Fork's internship program.

The students are placed in interships according to what career they want to go into. For example, students who want to go into education will work in elementary schools. A student who wants to do culinary arts will work at Kneaders or another restaurant. Those who want to enter the medical field will go to a doctor's office, hospital, or health care center.

SFHS Pledges to Reach Out

Attributions: 
Kaisha Brunson

SFHS students were challenged at an assembly on September 27, 2013 to reach out to others and be a genuine friend through a program known as RDI.

"I think the RDI can help a lot because there are a lot of lonely people, and if we get more people involved, they will all be friends," said SF student Mariah Cook. 

RDI is an accronym. R stands for reach across the divide. D reminds students to discover what is interesting about others, and I encourages students to invite others to be part of something.

FFA Judging Competition

Attributions: 
Cortney Anderson

Spanish Fork FFA as well as Maple Mountain and 23 other FFA chapters traveled to Snow College on October 8, 2013 to take part in a judging competition. The competition consisted of more than thirty different competitions including, floriculture, vet science, range, livestock, and dairy cows. One team from Spanish Fork High School judged dairy cows.

After practicing every Wednesday for about a month, students were ready for the competition. They judged four cows in each of five classes, ranking the cows from one through four.

NHS Makes Big Plans for the Year

Attributions: 
Harley Smith

The National Honor Society at Spanish Fork High School has been busy making plans for a year full of service.

"As part of the NHS, it is our job to help the community. We have a big group this year, so I feel we can do more service and help more people," said committee leader and junior at SFHS, Paige Burnham.

The NHS is a national organization that does service projects around the community and around the school.

Auto Body Visits UVU

Attributions: 
Cortney Anderson

Spanish Fork High School advanced auto body classes toured UVU's automotive program. Students learned about the programs UVU offers and all of the things they could do with a degree in automotives.

One of the most popular classes in UVU's program is diesel mechanics. A representative of the diesel program told students that he has high expectations for his students as they go out into the world.

"I make my kids practice a lot so they can become good at it, so when I suggest them to work for someone, they don't ruin my reputation," he joked.

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