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Foreign Exchange Student Learns from Experience

Submitted by ts on Fri, 09/25/2009 - 13:11

This year, Spanish Fork High School has a new foreign exchange student, Christina Sun, visiting from Italy.  To find out more about her experience and what she thought about this new challenge, she was asked a few questions.

"Why did you choose to become an exchange student?"

"I wanted to because it would be a challenging and new experience.  It's something that not everyone gets to do, and creates many special memories."

"How is school here different than school in Italy?"

By Emily McKinney

SFHS Night of Scenes and Monologues!

Submitted by ts on Fri, 09/25/2009 - 13:08

Spanish Fork High School's Shakespeare Team will be performing their Night of Scenes and Monologues preparing for Shakespeare Competition. The show will consist of each team member performing his/her individual event as well as well as with the ensemble scene he/she will be competing with. At the end of the show, the individual events that will be competing down in Cedar City will be announced.

Hannah Carson and Jared John Tuckett

Intern Enjoys Working at Daycare

Submitted by ts on Fri, 09/25/2009 - 13:07

Senior students at Spanish Fork High School have the opportunity to participate in internships around the community. This gives them experience in various fields of their choice so that when they continue on to college, they have a better idea if they want to continue with that kind of work in their future careers. The intern spotlight for this week is Andrea Depaz, who interns at Robyn's

By Karianne Nelson

The Red Revival

Submitted by ts on Wed, 09/23/2009 - 11:37

A new club has been introduced this year at Spanish Fork High School called ‘The Red Revival.’ The presidents of this club, Christie Cerenzie and Brynlie Nielson, started it to “join the school in unity by attending home sporting events and cheering on the teams.” Some of the things expected of club members are attendance at sporting events, support of EVERYONE in our school, and good sportsmanship at these events. Members are also expected to refrain from swearing or vulgar language and to get involved and be a proud MIGHTY DON.

by Karianne Nelson and Hannah Carson