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SFHS Student Learns from Contest
Don’t Drive Stupid!
On Monday, October 19th, the Zero Fatalities organization presented their “Don’t Drive Stupid” program to Spanish Fork High School. They held an assembly and taught the students about the importance of many things while driving such as always wearing a seatbelt and staying alert. They taught that the most common way teens get distracted is from texting while driving. Reggie Shaw came to speak to the students as part of the program and he told them the dangers of texting while driving because he had a firsthand experience and learned it the hard way.
Intern Enjoys Work at Library
The intern highlight this week is Stephanie Muhlestein, who interns at the Spanish Fork City Library. She helps with all sorts of jobs, from putting books and movies away to helping little kids with coloring pictures during storytime. She can check books into the system but she can’t check them out to people. Muhlestein planned to go into something dealing with the library when she grows up, but her experience at the library might change that.
Spanish Fork High School’s Shakespeare Team
Spanish Fork’s High School Shakespeare team went down to Southern Utah University to compete in the Utah Shakespearean Festival. Along with many other high schools in the state, schools from Arizona and Idaho, competed against each other for first, second, and third place in their events. The Team included Madison Hall, Jen Grzybowski, Tanner Holt, Katie Cable, Hannah Carson, Jared Tuckett, Bethany Hutchison, Kyle Crotts, Mathew Cole, with the help of their technicians Chris Cannon, and Brock Larson, and the direction of Brittany Foster.