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Swim Team Splashes at Region Meet

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/29/2010 - 08:53
Two weeks ago was one of the last swim meets this season for the SF Don Swim Team. Region Swimming was held on Friday and Saturday at Vernal, Utah. The swim team has been working nearly every day these past few months, since last August in fact, in preparation for this meet. Region was to be the last swim meet for many on the team, but for everyone it was the last ditch chance to drop their race times down to qualify for state. In all the madness Kaley Thomas managed to do well and drop two seconds off her personal hundred yard race.
By Colby Bellows

Spanish Fork High School Discovers Ideas for Spirit

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/29/2010 - 08:50
Spanish Fork High School discovers ideas for spirit Friday night on the basketball court and a crowd of screaming people. January 29, 2010 was the first themed basketball game at Spanish Fork High School: cowboys and Indians. The idea is proposed to move to other areas of the school and its activities. The student body looks forward to more of these themed nights to create more spirit at SFHS.
By Kaleb Ashworth

SFHS Students Published in Poetry Anthology

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/22/2010 - 11:22
“Roses are red, violets are blue…” Spanish Fork High School’s poets, though not nearly that cliché, demonstrated their prowess of English and writing as many of the students who submitted their original works to the Creative Communication contest were chosen to be published in a book of submitted poetry and the chance to win over $2,000.00 in prizes. The students’ works will be published in the spring of 2010. Congratulations to Caitlin Anderson, Justin Brierley, Nohemi Castillo, Kaleb Davis, Sam Hudson, Emily McKinney, Malorie Mitchell, Alex Ord, and Jessica Taylor.
By Kaleb Davis

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