Student Athletes present Anti-Bullying Assembly

Attributions: 
Leslie Swenson

A few of our SF student athletes prepared and presented an Anti-Bullying Assembly at two local Elementary Schools. The high school athletes shared personal examples, did activities with the students, and told them how they "Stand Up Against Bullying." We would like to congratulate these students on a job well done and commend them for their hard work in both school and sports and for their good example!

National Resources Science Class Field Trip

Attributions: 
Brandon Gardner

The Natural Resource Science class had the opportunity to assist the Division of Wildlife Resources today with their annual Gilnet survey at Jordanelle reservoir. Students aided the DWR in pulling fish from the nets. Then, students assisted in measuring, weighing, and observing stomach content of the fish. Students also assisted the DWR in writing down the data for every fish in the nets. This was a great opportunity to get these students in a hands on opportunity where students could work with professionals in a career that these students are interested in. 

SFHS Dance Company earns 3rd place in Region at Shakespeare Competition!

Attributions: 
Ashley Norris

Dance Co. joined the Drama Dons in Cedar City for Shakespeare Festival and won 3rd place overall behind 2nd place Lehi High & 1st place Salt Lake Performing Arts School! This is the first time SFHS Dance Co has placed at Shakespeare and the team was thrilled! The dancers did an amazing interpretation of Hamlet while Captains Ashley Norris & Brianna White also performed a duet to Macbeth (they've since repented to Andy  for mentioning the "M" word on stage and performed beautifully!).

Drama Dons are Rock Solid!

Attributions: 
Andy Hunsaker

The Spanish Fork  Drama Dons competed this past weekend in the National Shakespeare Competition at the Utah Shakespeare Festival. They were well received, and were awarded 2nd Place overall. They also received: 2nd Place for the 10 minute scene, 2nd Place for Monologues (Brenden Anderson), and third place for Duo/Trio scenes (Tia Lee and Mitchell Young). The Dance Company also received 3rd place for their dance inspired by Hamlet. All of the students and groups that participated received overall superior ratings. 

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