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SFHS Explains How to Pop the Question

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 09/03/2010 - 10:51
Many high school students use a common excuse for a reason not to go to a high school dance; not having a way to ask their date. Needless to be said, every boy and girl is secretly dying to go to the dance and do not care if the question was expensive, bejeweled, or witty; the excuse is feckless.
By: Lydia Money with contributions from ShayLee Reynolds, Haileigh Emerine

Freshman introduced to FFA

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 09/03/2010 - 10:49
Freshmen at both Spanish Fork and Diamond Fork Jr. Highs got their first taste of FFA. Students truly got to learn from the best. Officers from both Spanish Fork High and Maple Mountain High put on the annual Freshman Retreat at Diamond Fork Jr. High yesterday, September eighth. Officers stressed the importance of never quitting, friendship, team work, as well as letting the newest members know of the myriad of opportunities that they can take advantage of. The National FFA Organization is definitely more than just the farmer club. In fact, it is by far the biggest club at Spanish Fork High.
Tyler Galt

SFHS Student Will Attend Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Conference

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 08/30/2010 - 10:39
The Rotary Club of Spanish Fork has selected Madison Hall to represent Spanish Fork High School at the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (“RYLA”) Conference to be held at Heber Valley Camp in Heber, Utah on September 09th, 10th, and 11th, 2010. About 140 juniors from high schools throughout Utah will attend the weekend leadership skills conference organized by Rotary District 5420.
Donald Morris, RYLA Chairperson

Senior Class Vows to Make a Difference

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 08/30/2010 - 10:38
The senior class of Spanish Fork High School wants to make a difference in the level of school spirit throughout this year. The class of 2011 wants to make this a fun, supportive, activity filled year that will help the school gain more school pride and bring the school together as a whole.
Claire Stodtmeister, Leeza Stephens, and Jared John Tuckett

Once Rock Solid…Always Rock Solid.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 08/30/2010 - 10:36
Spanish Fork High School students, staff, and construction workers all worked hard during the summer to continue the Rock Solid tradition from last year. The Staff contributed by pre-planning after school study programs and goals for the new year, as well as extra-curricular activities for the school. Along with the new year, SFHS has a brand new remodeled gym, a new walkway to the entrance, and other new additions that are helping to improve the school.
ShayLee Reynolds, Haleigh Emerine, and Whitney Nielson