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Students Express Their School Spirit

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/22/2010 - 08:54
After a four-day weekend, students at Spanish Fork High School came back to school fired up and ready to show their school spirit. Last week SFHS experienced “Junior Week” in which students could express their school spirit and creativity on the dress-up days held throughout the week. One of the biggest dress-up days during was “Hat Day’. Not only could the students break the rules for one time in their life and actually get away with it, but there was some wild fun as students walked the halls with sombreros and other crazy hats.
By Janessa Nielsen

Spanish Fork Choir Sings at Utah Flash Game

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/22/2010 - 08:52
Spanish Fork High School concert choir had the great opportunity to sing the national anthem preceeding the Utah Flash game at Utah Valley University. In front of hundreds, the Choir raised their voices and successfully ignited a fun night of basketball. The Utah Flash is a minor league basketball team who invited the SFHS Choir to be a part of their game to help with fund raising for the upcoming tour in Anaheim, California. For an extra treat, the Choir was able to run on the court with the team.
By Danielle Jones

SFHS ProStart Program Gears Up

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/22/2010 - 08:51
Wednesday, January 13, Spanish Fork High School had a pre ProStart competition. They chose a team that will represent their high school at a state cooking competition. The students are limited to two buson burners and no electricity at the competition. Casey Shakespeare, Sarah Nelson, Mathew Christiansen, and Anjuli Humphreys will be representing SFHS at the State Competition. Miss Larsen has high hopes that the team will win both 1st place and Best New Team. If they take 1st place, they will go onto Nationals.
By Anjuli Humphreys

Spanish Fork High School Displays Student’s Work at the Fine Arts Ball

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/15/2010 - 09:17
Spanish Fork Royalty for 2009 is throwing a Fine Arts Ball on Thursday January 21st at the Chillion here in Spanish Fork. To help support Spanish Fork High School’s Fine Arts department all the money raised at the ball will be going to the high school’s art program. Students: Taleah Belliston, Chris Brown, Emily McKinney, Stefanie Muhlestein, Ali Skrabot, Megan August will be displaying their paintings at the ball to show people some of the talent at SFHS.
Hannah Carson

Intern Enjoys work at Department of Agriculture

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/15/2010 - 09:15
The intern highlight of this week is Chaleesa Warren, who interns at the US Department of Agriculture. Her jobs while she works there include filing papers, organizing drawers, sorting mail, copying and faxing papers, and sending letters. Warren enjoys her internship. She is considering becoming an agriculture teacher in the future. “Working anywhere related to agriculture will help me with these plans,” said Warren. She learns a lot at her internship.
By Karianne Nelson