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SFHS Spirit Bowl Arouses Students

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 10/18/2010 - 09:20
October 8, 2010, Spanish Fork High School held another Spirit Bowl which consists of numerous competitions between sophomores, juniors, seniors and faculty. Among these competitions were musical chairs, crab soccer, dance off, cup stacking, and a relay race. In previous years, a tug-o-war was a competition but got replaced this year with the dance off. The Spirit Bowl started off with each class cheering as loudly as they could, showing their school spirit. According to Golden Money and Brooke Kramer, the seniors, class of 2011, were the loudest and started off the annual competition strong.
Derek Geslison and Melinda Lundgreen

Peteetneet presents High School Art Show

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 10/11/2010 - 11:15
Spanish Fork High school has been working hard to improve their art work and to show off their hard work. They will be participating in the 5th Annual Peteetneet Gallery Juried High School Art Show. Their art work will be hung for six weeks in October and November. The art show will be judged, which gives the students a great opportunity to gain valuable experience in entering competitive shows, and displaying their art with great confidence. They will be judgedby presentation and judges will decide what makes the over-all "look".
Shayley Reynolds, Chelsey Davis, and Alexandra Cia

Alyssa Wright interns at attorney general’s office

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 10/11/2010 - 11:14
Alyssa Wright, a senior at Spanish Fork High School, is doing an internship at the Provo Attorney General’s Office. She’s doing it during the morning hours. Most of her job is doing lots of filing and data entry. She goes to court and spends time with attorneys to gain experience concerning her career. She listens to conferences and learns about different parts of the law. A response was given by Mrs.
Kalolaine Taunauto

Elmo Keck Returns to Spanish Fork High School

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 10/04/2010 - 07:47
Elmo Keck, a former SFHS choir teacher, will be a guest conductor at the SFHS Fall Choir Concert on Oct. 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the Spanish Fork High School auditorium. Students have been preparing for this concert that will highlight some of the songs they will be singing on tour this year. This is the first time that Mr. Keck has been back to Spanish Fork High School to be a part of the award-winning excellence of SFHS choirs. The choirs will be performing an entertaining array of folksongs from around the world.
Annie Morris

Window on the Workplace

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 10/04/2010 - 07:46
On Monday, September 27th, Matt Schron, an FBI agent, visited Spanish Fork High School. He came during lunch hour and spoke a little bit about his job and the essence of it. Gustavo Rocha, a student at SFHS, attended the presentation. He says, “I was interested in the FBI, because of my interest in law enforcement. Plus, I got detention credit, so why not?” According to Gustavo, there was a lot that was talked about in the presentation. Matt Schron showed many videos showing a variety of jobs that an FBI agent does.
Leeza Stephens and Whitney Nielson