February 2015

Homeless for a Night

Submitted by deon.youd on Tue, 02/17/2015 - 13:33

Registration is underway for the 5th annual Homeless for a Night event on February 27-28. Students can sign up at the SFHS finance office or at the finance office of any Nebo School District high school. Cost for the event is $15 in advance and $20 at the door. 

Homeless for a Night is a charity fundraiser where students give up the comforts of home for one night to raise awareness and money for Tabitha's Way, a Spanish Fork-based food pantry and thrift store. Tabitha's Way helps those in our area who are in need of food and clothing. 

Deon Youd

Sterling Scholar Finalists

Submitted by deon.youd on Fri, 02/13/2015 - 09:29

Three SFHS sterling scholars are headed to the final round of competition. They competed this week in the semi-final round and were selected as finalists.

Nathan Nelson is a sterling scholar finalist for Mathematics, Kaitlin Hallam represents Skilled and Technical Sciences, and Morgan Harrison will compete in the Dance finals. The final round of interviews will be held on February 24.

This is the 54th annual Sterling Scholar competition. The program is sponsored by the Deseret News and KSL-TV.

Deon Youd

Academic All-state Awards

Submitted by deon.youd on Fri, 02/06/2015 - 12:46

Academic all-state awards for winter sports have been announced, and several SFHS student athletes made the list including a swimmer, a basketball player, and four drill team members.

Representing SFHS as an academic all-state in boys swimming is Warren Atkinson. Jason Money received the honor for boys basketball. Estee Bennett, Erin Cook, Morgan Harrison, and Nicole Koyle were drill team academic all-state.Congratulations students for representing SFHS both in and out of the classroom.


Deon Youd

FFA Wins!

Submitted by deon.youd on Fri, 02/06/2015 - 10:14

Hard work and long hours of practice paid off this week for Spanish Fork FFA as they competed at Area contest where they competed in parliamentary Procedure, Proficiency Awards, and Star Awards. In order to compete at the State level in speaking contests, proficiency awards and star awards, students must first take 1st place at area contest. If these students win at state level then they will be representing the state at Nationals, and will be up against the top teams and projects from across the nation.

Riley McKenzie