On January 21st Nebo School District held a first ever district wide welding competition at Spanish Fork High School. This event took place for all the elite welders in the welding programs and there were 15 total participants at the competition--three from each school. Each student was presented with the same challenges and was judged on their performances by local certified welding inspectors. Many local companies help support and donate prizes for the contestants. This particular event determined who would represent each school at the state level Skills USA Competition that will take
The 2011-2012 SFHS Swim Team has been very successful this year. They have competed at many meets, but this past weekend the swim team had a chance to compete in their annual region swim meet in Richfield to compete for the region title and to get qualified for the state swim meet, which is exactly what they did. At the end of the meet, the Spanish Fork and Emery boy’s teams had a tied score of 270, making us both the region winners. The girls placed 3rd overall out of 5 teams which was sensational. In all of Spanish Fork High Schools past years, this is the first year that the swim tea
Toward the beginning of November, the Power Within Club ventured into Riverview Elementary School and delivered a presentation to boost self-esteem. They presented to the 6th graders who seemed to enjoy their wit and compassion. Doni Bufton (Riverview 6th grade teacher) said she and the 6th grade enjoyed the presentation. This year, the Power Within Club has done a great job in promoting self-esteem. Just two months ago, they were in Springville at Sage Creek Elementary visiting class by class of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades. As a member, each person has the “power within” and plays a huge
Saturday January 7, the SFHS cheerleaders and song leaders competed at a Region Competition at Timpview High School.After a lot of work the cheerleaders managed to bring home second place! There were eight teams they were competing against.The Cheerleaders also qualified to compete in Nationals this March in California. The song leaders brought home first place; they competed against Bingham. They also qualified for Nationals.
The excited and anxious SFHS Chamber Singers, directed by Shea Bradshaw and Aimoku Higa (eye-ee-moku Hega), were invited to BLESS the lives of the people who work in the LDS Administration Building by performing the Christmas songs that they worked so hard to prepare for. They met early in the morning (before the sun was even close to being up) on December 16th to start their journey to Salt Lake City. They sang a collection of songs in French, Italian, Haitian, and finally English. They didn’t have time to warm up their voices, so they had to rely on their natural talents.