SFHS Band Banquet 2011

David Andrews

On May 3, the Spanish Fork High School band program held their annual band banquet. Band students and their parents came to the school where they enjoyed an amazing dinner donated from the Olive Garden. After dinner, everyone moved from the cafeteria to the high school’s Little Theater where some prepared presentations took place.

DECA’s closing social features a published author as a guest speaker

Matthew Christiansen

During the later part of April, the DECA club had a fantastic closing social with an extraordinary speaker. An author, Rich Christiansen, who recently signed a contract with McGraw Hill for his newest book “The Zig Zag Principle” came to the class and taught some truly enlightening concept about business and entrepreneurship. Teaching about the importance about reaching your goals step by step, Rich held a intense hands on discussion where he gave “zigs and zags” of success in business.

SF Lady Golfers Fight for the State Title

Lydia Money

Spanish Fork High’s Girls Golf Team has been fighting since day one to hold their title as Region Champs. After the shoulder injury of their best player, Karlie Abplanalp, the rest of the girls stepped up to help win 2nd in Region only a few points behind Uintah. Every single player has worked hard to have the great season they’ve had. The Lady Dons have had practice every week day, including a usual hour work out, and can’t wait to give it their all at the state tournament. Only four players from each team are allowed to play at the State Tournament.

SFHS Choir Rock-a-palooza

Shea Bradshaw

"The Spanish Fork High School Choir Department presents Rock-a-palooza, a fusion of your favorite Rock & Roll songs performed by our award winning choirs and student soloists. Tickets are $2 each or $6 for a family pass (immediate family only please). To secure your ticket, contact the school finance office, any choir student or shea.bradshaw@nebo.edu. This promises to be a fun and entertaining show you don't want to miss!"