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SFHS Student Publishes Poetry Book

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At the age of 17, Sarah Nelson has already accomplished what others only dream of. She has published a book of poetry called The White Crayon. Sarah brings her dreams to life and crushes reality with them. This music of words is truly a work of art, drawn by a master artist, said Mathew Christiansen about the book. “All you need is love. With passion you can do anything,” said Sarah Nelson explaining how she was able to accomplish such an impressive goal.
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By Anjuli Humphreys

Derek Pace; Architect Protégé

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Spanish Fork High School has been blessed with a great internship program. Students who have the desire can apply to intern at a business of their choosing. The program is designed to give students an opportunity to experience different careers and to help them decide whether or not that is something they might be interested in. I interviewed Derek Pace, a student at Spanish Fork High School who is currently participating in the program. He says he loves it, even though he started recently.
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By Felipe Oliveira

FFA Attend Legislators at State Capitol

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The Future Farmers of America and Floritculture classes visited the State Legislature. They worked with the senators and representatives and explained to them the importance of agriculture education and FFA in public schools. The Floriculture class was able to create boutonniere's for them.
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By Chalessa Warren

What’s the News with the Spanish Fork Bands?

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Spanish Fork High School’s Concert and Jazz Bands will as busy as ever this upcoming season as the Concert Band gets ready for not only their Band Concert, which is coming up on March 16, but they also have festivals where they’ll be playing pieces such as “Chorus Angelorum” and “The First Suite in Eb.” Their first festival will be in March at Brigham Young University followed by a Region Concert Band that will be held at Spanish Fork High School on March 31.
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By Sarah Hewett

FBLA Competes

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On February 12, 2010, students from Spanish Fork High School competed in the Regional FBLA Competition at UVU. Taylor Koense took third place in Help Desk. Tanner Holt took fourth place in job interview, and Kaylee Beckstrom and Tressa Betts took third place in Desktop Publishing. Tressa said, "It was a lot of fun. Before the competition, Kaylee and I had to make a brochure and a flier.
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By Stefanie Muhlestein