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Service Displayed through Horticulture

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 11/30/2009 - 11:36
The horticulture students at Spanish Fork High School have been learning how to arrange flowers by creating centerpieces for Thanksgiving. These centerpieces include button daisies, two-toned daisies, carnations, and seeded eucalyptus. “We were trying to make sure it looks good from every view,” said Kylee DeGraw, one of the horticulture students. Through their flower arrangements, the horticulture students have been able to serve others and feel the joy that comes from this.
Emily McKinney

Students Published in Creative Communications

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 11/30/2009 - 11:34
Recently held was the Creative Communications writing contest; this year’s theme was What is Important to you? When talking to Michael Cope, a contestant in the essay portion of the contest, he said, “I had to think for a bit on what was most important to me in my life, and I decided on my family. I wrote about how my family influences me and makes me a better person by helping me set my standards high.
Hannah Carson

SFHS Reflection’s Contest Winners Announced

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 11/30/2009 - 11:32
Reflections is a contest that has several different categories that aim to inspire creativity in students. Some of these categories include Photography, Dance, Literature, Art, and Music. The topic was “Beauty is…”. Topics of the entries ranged from essays about inner beauty to photographs of beautiful scenes. “This year’s topic was really good. It was inspiring. It made you think and inspired you to be a better person,” said Tyson Sperry, a contest winner in the category of Literature. Winners received money, coupons, and candy bars.
By Christina Heywood

Stomp Out Hunger Dance Is a Huge Success

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 11/30/2009 - 07:52
On Friday November 20th, 2009, Spanish Fork High School hosted the Stomp Out Hunger Dance in the D Gym. The student council was in charge of putting it on. Students from all the high schools in Nebo School district were invited, as well as some 9th graders from the schools in Spanish Fork. The price to get in was 5 dollars or 3 cans of food. The main purpose of the stomp was to raise food for Community Action in Provo. Ms. Youd, the advisor for student council at SFHS, feels the stomp was a huge success. They collected 1173 pounds of food for this good cause.
By Karianne Nelson

Spanish Fork High School Food Drive

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 11/30/2009 - 07:49
Spanish Fork High School’s Key Club just finished up a food drive that they did last week. They raised many different kinds of non-perishable food items that will be taken to different food banks in Utah. The main food bank the food will go to is in Salt Lake for those who may live in cars, are homeless, and other less fortunate families. Spencer Pugh, the Key Club president, said, “Doing this food drive with the Key Club is a wonderful opportunity to help out the community and others.” This is only one of many service projects the Key Club will be doing this school year.
Jared John Tuckett