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Senior Week Celebrated at SFHS

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 04/19/2010 - 09:13
This week for many seniors is one of the funnest weeks of high school- except for the last week of school, which seniors don’t have to go to. But this week was senior week. A week in which seniors got to enjoy many fun activities. The biggest activity of them all without a doubt was prom on Saturday. Love a senior day was held on Monday and many seniors enjoyed this day because who doesn’t love to be loved. Tuesday was dress up like a senior citizen day. Many students went all out with this one. On Thursday, it was nacho fiesta day. Everyone in the whole school was invited to this activity.
by Gavin Hales

SFHS National Honor Society Continues to Give

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 04/19/2010 - 07:55
With a collection of personal hygiene products and home-made baby blankets, the Spanish Fork High School’s National Honor Society recently delivered the items to the Distribution Center Youth Justice Center and United Way. A few of their previous service projects had the members of the club make baby blankets, book marks, and cards to give to people within the community. The hygiene products were collected around Spanish Fork High School to give to people within the community for the survivors of the Haiti/Chile earthquakes and for less fortunate people of Utah Valley.
by Rebecca Greene

SFHS Skills USA Team Place High in Competitions

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 04/02/2010 - 14:20
Skills USA team members went to the competition this last week. There were many that traveled there and did well. Some of the students that did really well up there were Chet Harmer and Shon Tomadakis. Chet Harmer placed 3rd in Automotive Dent Repair and Shon Tomadakis placed 2nd in Automotive Refinishing. Those who competed in the Automotive Dent Repair had to write an estimate, fix and repair dents, and repair plastic bumbers. The competitiors in the Automotive Refinishing had to mask off a car, write an estimate for a wrecked car, and paint a panel.
Emily Barrington

Spanish Fork High School Drama Competes at Region

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 04/02/2010 - 10:57
Spanish Fork High School's Drama Department had the amazing opportunity to compete at the Region Drama meet held at Payson High School. SFHS had huge successes with many qualifiers for state. Sara Almanza, Sandra Vergara, Emily Prewitt and Nicole Muirbrook qualified in Pantomime. Katie Cable and Matthew Cole qualified in Classical Scenes. Jen Grzybowski qualified in Dramatic Monologues. Hannah Carson and Bethany 'Ybai' Hutchison qualified in Contemporary Scenes. SFHS's One Act, Blind Date, also qualified for state.
Katie Cable

Spanish Fork Drill Team 2010-2011

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 04/02/2010 - 10:55
!st Row: Marlee Olson, Claire Stodtmiester, Tailyr Peterson, Brenley Shenk, Alisha Boyack, McKenzie Murphy, Linzi Leifson 2nd Row: Kailey Doty, Leslie Beck, Tiffany Wyson, Bailey Diamond, Paige Stodtmiester, Samme Pruit, Taylor Baum, 3rd Row: Whitney Nielson, Kennedy Andersson, Jenna Lewis, Alyse VanAusdal, Cassie Cooper, Audra Dedrickson, Jori Pace, Officers: 1st Row: Whitney Nielson-President, Claire Stodtmiester-Asst Drill Mistress, Leslie Beck-Spirit Leader/secretary, Tailyr Peterson-Drill MIstress 2nd t Row: Mckenzie Murphy-Publicity Rep, Marlee Olson-Uniform Mistress, Brenley Shenk-As