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Mr. Spanish Fork

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 11/24/2009 - 09:06
Spanish Fork High School had a fundraiser for the drill team called Mr. Spanish Fork. Boys signed up to compete in a competition type pageant. The boys competed in 5 categories; Talent, fitness routine, swimwear, best dress, and an onstage question. The winner of Mr. Spanish Fork was Taylor Nelson, with the first attendant, Isaac Asiata, and second attendant, Blake Hunter, and Mr. Congeniality was Carlos Ramirez. Blake Hunter said, “My favorite part was hanging out with everybody and just goofing off.” Carlos Ramirez said, “It was really exciting to compete in. “ Mr.
By Evan Anderson

Spanish Fork High School is “Going Second!”

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 11/24/2009 - 09:04
Spanish Fork High School helped promote musical awareness at their school by having the band Going Second come and give them a concert assembly. Going Second performed many songs for the whole school as well as handing out free items and t-shirts. During the lunch hour, the band was in the school’s commons to sell their album, pictures, etc. They were also signing autographs for any of the students.
Jared John Tuckett

Intern Enjoys Working at Orthodontist Office

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 11/24/2009 - 09:02
This week’s intern highlight is Paige Sanford, who interns at Barrows Orthodontist. She is involved in assisting the doctor, observing, helping make impressions, and other things the doctor needs her to do. Sanford enjoys her internship and learns a lot. “ It’s interesting, and I learn new stuff everyday!” Sanford said. One thing she has learned is that the orthodontist doesn’t do most of the work.
By Karianne Nelson

FBLA and DECA Club Attend Leadership Meetings

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 11/24/2009 - 08:59
At Spanish Fork High School, many students are developing necessary skills for future careers through the Future Business Leaders of America Club. As the name says, this club is geared toward helping students to learn more about business and teaching them to be better leaders. Recently, members of FBLA attended a leadership conference in Provo. McKenzie Berns, and officer in FBLA, enjoyed attending this conference. “We went over to Provo and listened to some speakers.
Emily McKinney and Jared John Tuckett

SFHS Celebrates Veteran’s Day

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 11/16/2009 - 09:12
For Spanish Fork High School’s Veteran’s Day, Iraqi veteran Scott Carson visited to talk about his experiences while serving in the War on Terrorism in 2003- 2004. Carson brought with him and honored three of SF’s local hero’s including, Richard Banks, Wallace Knutsen, and Spanish Fork’s last living Gold Star mother Fern Lindley. Carson then sang Hear it for the Woman of the Red White and Blue, a song he wrote and dedicated to Lindley, his wife and children, and all the other wives and mothers who stayed home while their sons or husbands were away fighting in the war.
Hannah Carson