SFHS had a spirit bowl last Friday. They had a competition between the seniors, juniors, sophomores, and the faculty to see who had the most spirit. They had competitions such as musical chairs, a relay race, crab soccer, and a tug o war. The seniors dominated on the tug o war, while the juniors won the relay race, musical chairs and crab soccer. The pep assembly had everyone pumped up for their rivalry game against Payson which happened on Friday also. The juniors won the competition, with the faculty in second, the seniors in third and, the sophomores in last place.
Spanish Fork High School’s Shakespeare Team performed their Night of Scenes and Monologues where they showcased what they are taking to competition this week. Jen Grzybowski, Katie Cable, and Tanner Holt will be competing with monologues. The first scene they will compete with will be performed by Bethany Hutchison, Matt Cole, and Kyle Crotts. The second scene will be performed by Jared Tuckett and Hannah Carson. The team will be leaving on Thursday, October 8th and will compete this weekend in Cedar City.
Seniors at Spanish Fork High School gathered early Thursday morning (the 24th of September) to watch the sunrise and celebrate the start of the new school year.
Tyson Sperry commented, "This is fun, but my hands are really cold!" To help warm students up, there were hot chocolate and muffins provided as a delicious breakfast.
There was also a rock band competition held for anyone who wanted to participate. Thanks to Senior Council and the Student Body Officerss for planning this fun kickoff to a great senior year!
This year, Spanish Fork High School has a new foreign exchange student, Christina Sun, visiting from Italy. To find out more about her experience and what she thought about this new challenge, she was asked a few questions.
"Why did you choose to become an exchange student?"
"I wanted to because it would be a challenging and new experience. It's something that not everyone gets to do, and creates many special memories."
"How is school here different than school in Italy?"
Spanish Fork High School's Shakespeare Team will be performing their Night of Scenes and Monologues preparing for Shakespeare Competition. The show will consist of each team member performing his/her individual event as well as well as with the ensemble scene he/she will be competing with. At the end of the show, the individual events that will be competing down in Cedar City will be announced.