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SFHS Seniors Aspire for a Higher Education

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On Wednesday, October 13, Spanish Fork’s senior class had attended College Days hosted by SFHS counselors and Utah Higher Education Association. They had the opportunity to attend three thirty-five minute seminars from any Utah college of their choice. Each college had a representative that gave information about various college topics. They talked about housing, activities and tuition. However, scholarships were the greatest concern of most students. College Day was very beneficial to students.
Attributions
Kortnie Dansie, Garrett Hariis and Melinda Lundgreen

Fall Sing at Spanish Fork High School: Featuring Elmo Keck

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On October 12, 2010, Spanish Fork High School choir kicked off the new school year with their first concert. The concert featured various choir groups, including the Singers, Concert Choir, and Mosaic along with the Don’s Chorus. All groups performed exceptionally well, singing folk songs from around the world. The Singers performed a song called Fifteen Finns, a song about fifteen Viking raiders who went raiding, but lost their lives to the fair maiden who fought them with axes and knives.
Attributions
Taylor Bramall

SFHS Win at All-State Drill Competition

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On Monday, October 5th, Tailyr Peterson, Claire Stodtmeister, and Whitney Nielson, a part of Spanish Fork Drill Team, were chosen by their fellow teammates to go up to Taylorsville High School and try out to be a part of the 4A all-state drill team. Girls from all of the high school teams across Utah came together to learn a short routine and audition for the all-state team. The audition went very well. Both Tailyr and Claire along with girls from across the state of Utah, made the team and will have a chance to perform at the 4A basketball state championship game together.
Attributions
Claire Stodtmeister and Chelsey Davis

SF photo club first meeting is a hit with tarp surfing

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Friday October, 9th the SF Photo Club had their very first meeting of the 2010-11 school year. The meeting went on with the usual get-to-know-you set up but finished off the meeting with tarp surfing. “Tarp surfing is like making the illusion of surfing, without the surfboard or water”, said an enthralled Mr. Isley. “The students loved it, and we got a lot of great pictures from it.” The students who attended said it was really fun once you got the hang of it, and it looks like a great way to start the year.

Attributions
Brett Kester

SFHS Spirit Bowl Arouses Students

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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.
Attributions
Derek Geslison and Melinda Lundgreen