People have been wondering if Spanish Fork High School still has much school spirit now that half of the student body left to go to Maple Mountain. Kyle Mitchell, a student at SFHS, said, “Our school is doing good spirit wise. A lot of people have shown up for football games and cheered.” Bailey Miller, another student, said, “I like our school spirit and the fact that we all group together and lift each other up.”
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With the start of every new school year, Homecoming Week comes as well! Of course there’s the game and the dance, but what else has been planned? The Student Body Officers have put together a great week for SFHS this year. We will kick the week off with a vacation! Labor Day is on Monday, which means no school for students or teachers. Then on Tuesday, the girls will show how tough they are with an intense round of Powder Puff football. Thursday is jam packed with fun, including Championship Volleyball and a Fiesta Thursday night!
Spanish Fork High School is conducting many new renovations this year. We already have painted the commons and added new landscaping around the grounds. Currently, we are adding new blinds, new windows on the gym, the gym ceiling is being opened up, and the outside of the building is being stained to give it a nice new look.
Join the club! Spanish Fork High School’s club rush week is almost here! Starting on September 16th and 17th students can come and sign up for the clubs offered here at the school. We have curricular clubs such as, National Honors Society, Key Club, FBLA, and other national clubs.
Non-curricular clubs include Masque Club, Hope Squad, Book Club, language clubs, and many more. Students can start their own club by picking up an application from Mr. Brunson any time before September 3rd. This is a great way for students to get involved in life at school, as well as in the community.
“We might not have new toilets, but we have tradition,”said Dave McKee, principal of Spanish Fork High School. With the school splitting twice in two years, SFHS has been left with a much smaller student body. But we still have school spirit! In an effort to raise the unity and school spirit here at Spanish Fork, administration passed out red t-shirts to every student.