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Windows on the workplace

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 10/09/2009 - 13:02

Spanish Fork High School has a unique opportunity to see people who have jobs that come and talk about it. This week they had somebody from Utah County Sheriff’s Search Rescue Explorer Post come and talk about what they do for their job and what happens. Cooper Urmston had this to say about it,

By Evan Anderson

SFHS Students Connect with Art

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 10/09/2009 - 12:59

On October 6th, the humanities, art, and photography students of SFHS went on a field trip to several nearby art exhibits to learn more about different types and styles of art.

They first visited the BYU Museum of Art to see an exhibit of art from the Victorian era and several other exhibits there. Their next stop was the University Mall for a photography exhibit that featured photographs of a group of Chinese monks and a fantasy art exhibit. The trip was then finished with a visit to the Springville Art Museum.

Emily McKinney

Intern gains experience at hospital

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 10/09/2009 - 12:54

The intern spotlight this week is Hyrum Heward who interns at Mountain View Hospital. He works as a CNA and helps out by changing beds, giving people food, washing old people, testing blood sugar and checking vitals of the patients. Heward likes his jobs there, although he doesn’t enjoy washing old people.

“That part isn’t my favorite. Except for that, I like helping people.”

This internship gives him insight on what he would like to do in his future.

By Karianne Nelson

SFHS Student Council Attends Leadership Conference

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 10/09/2009 - 12:53

Spanish Fork High School’s Student Council had the opportunity to attend a Leadership Conference at UVU this past week. They learned about heroes, communication, service, and many other helpful topics. They even had the opportunity to hear from Miss Utah.

Kambri Shenk said, “It was a great experience and I’m glad I went.”

“I broke a board!” exclaimed SBO Garret Stirland.

The student council was grateful for this experience to learn how to better serve the school.

By Christina Heywood

SFHS AP Literature class welcomes newspaper publisher

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 10/09/2009 - 12:50

Namon Bills, the editor for “The Sentinel” newspaper, visited Spanish Fork High School’s AP Literature class to help teach students how to write newspaper articles. He gave many hints for newspaper writing for the students of that class. Christina Heywood said this about her experience,

“It was really cool to get an inside look on how newspapers are put together. I never realized how much work it takes. It was great to learn how to write newspaper articles.”

By Evan Anderson