Diamond Fork News 12 October 2018

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 9:54pm
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Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Band Concert Ends with a Sibling Halloween Parade!

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 8:48pm
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Mr. Bigler led the band in a delightful Disney Halloween themed concert ending with all of the yournger sibilings of the band students in costume and marching around the room as the band played "Remember Me." 

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Math Problem of the Week

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 3:15pm
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Dog Run Problem

Answer:  No...it is 99% of the old.

Caleb Thibault

Joseph Piazzola

Chris Stephenson

Brian Gungon

Alex Moody

Dallin Leatherwood

Zach Johnson

 Molly Peterson

Soren Turner

Cayten Chiven

Joshua Graham

Tanner Fraser

Ryan Rawe

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Angst Movie - Anxiety is Treatable

Maple Mountain High School News - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 1:31pm
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MMHS Parents,

We are pleased to announce an upcoming event at our school designed to help our students, parents and us as educators.  We will be showing the "Angst Movie" to help our school community become better aware of the growing issues surrounding anxiety and provide some resources to help.  Link: https://angstmovie.com/

Here's our timeline:

1. Monday, October 29 - Teachers will watch the movie during school collaboration and receive training afterward.

2. Monday, October 29, 7:00 p.m. - Parents (with or without their teenage children) are invited to a community showing in the MMHS auditorium with a panel question/answer session afterward.

3. Friday, November 2 - Students at the school will attend an assembly to watch the movie in the auditorium with an informational session afterward.

We anticipate that this will be a positive, shared experience for our school community and hope it will raise awareness as well as help us address issues better. Part of the real power of this movie is if both the parents and the students see it. It has valuable information for both!

All of the Nebo high schools are showing this movie this year. It is well done. The movie explains what is happening with our brain, and our physical responses when anxious. The information comes from current scientific research and is presented by qualified therapists who explain the difference between stress and anxiety as well as provide coping strategies.

We sincerely hope that our parents can attend this movie screening and believe it will be well worth your time.

Sincerely,
MMHS Administration

Boys Golf celebrates memories made at state tournament

Payson High School News - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 1:29pm
Attributions: By: Sadie Lloyd and Jaycee Zimmerman

Six athletes from Payson High qualified for the Utah High School Boys Golf Tournment, which is the most to qualify in years. Tag Davis, Cameron Stone, Brennan Jensen, Zac Nielson, Brock Ramos and Dallin Benson each made it to the tournament after a great season of play. “I think it’s a pretty great thing to be a part of, to represent the school in that way,” said Jensen.

All those who made it to state were happy to be there no matter the outcome. “It felt good being a sophomore being there the first year, and knowing I’ll have more experience the next couple years,” said Davis.

“This team of seniors that we have, have been playing for three or four years together, and we finally made it, and it was just really cool to do it with those guys,” Jensen expressed.

Even though they didn’t win, the team had a good time and a good experience. “Getting to see everyone and just kind of figure out where you stand,” Stone said about his favorite experience at state. The team also had other moments outside of playing that were their favorites too. “Getting to stay in the hotel with all the guys, and messing around,” said Davis.

Congratulations to those who worked hard this season, and to those who made it to state!

 

Categories: Payson, Secondary

Team Serve

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Thu, 10/11/2018 - 1:24pm

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Team Serve visited Park Elementary and helped some 6th graders with their math facts. Thanks to the following students who went:

Seth Allen, Alyce Archuleta, Cristal Baez, Mac Hillman, Tessa Hulse, Anmarie Hunstman, Hailey Jense, Abbie Johnson, Kinsey Larsen, Amelia Olsen, Aubrie Spencer, Destiny Tui, Kaityn York, Samuel Kelly                      

 

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Learning new skills at lunch

Landmark High School News - Thu, 10/11/2018 - 8:43am
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Since the beginning of Term 1 Math Teacher Harry Miyagi has had students learning Japanese, Web Design and Computer Repair in his classroom during lunch. David Schlenker and Ethan Edwards have been learning Japanese.  They can read hiragana and katakana.  Basic manga and are working on learning Kanji. Giovanni Gonzalez has been learning Web Design.  He has learned Adobe Photoshop and started learning Adobe Dreamweaver.  He has done some excellent work with Photoshop layering and editing photos. Johby Meyer has been troubleshooting broken computers.  They take the computer apart and go throu

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Intoducing Red Devil Floral

Springville High School News - Thu, 10/11/2018 - 8:22am

Introducing Red Devil Floral! Support our Floriculture students who make these beautiful flower arrangements each month.  Octobers monthly arrangement will be similar to shown here, though color and sizes of flowers may vary slightly. To order this month's arrangement for $20 (add $5 to have it delivered) visit the order form HERE, orders are due by October 19th. You can order the arrangements month by month or pay for an entire year of arrangements, to join the year long flower club please visit www.springviileffa.com

Follow them on Instagram @reddevilfloral 

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Choirs Presents "Spooktober Concert"

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Wed, 10/10/2018 - 6:42pm
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The Diamond Fork choirs presented a fun, freaky Halloween themed concert featuring "Puprle People Eater, "We May Not be Vampires," and "Double Trouble." Mrs. Lewis and our choir students were frightenly fantastic!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Shakespeare Competition

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Wed, 10/10/2018 - 4:09pm
Attributions: By: Tremaine Lomax pictures by Allyson Jones
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Day One:

We left at 9:30 on Thursday and after a two and a half hour bus ride we got to SUU (Southern Utah University) for a tour of the campus.  After that, we went to the gift shop, took some pictures, then went to the hotel and chilled. 

 Another bus ride took us to the Tuacahn Center for the Arts, but this one was only a hour long.  We saw “Matilda.”  It was amazing--lots of twists I was not expecting.  Overall I had a fun time.

 We drove back to our hotel and “slept”.

 Day Two: 

We woke up, got some hotel breakfast, and left for SUU where we had the opportunity to go to some fun classes with different high school ensemble performers. At about 3:30, after watching Diamond Fork’s Ensemble performance, we headed back to our hotel to get ready for our performance. We ran through our scene adding things to make it better. Spanish Fork Junior High’s Ensemble (featuring yours truly) did amazing! 

 After our performance, we went back to our hotel and practiced our individual events for tomorrow.  A lot of other kids went down to the pool where it got a little too loud. Then we got back to our rooms and slept.

 Day Three:

 After the last night in the hotel, we ate breakfast, got our stuff together, and left for the last day of competitions-- the individual events (duo/trio scenes and monologues).  Everyone did fantastic!

 Buuuut …..There was a lot of walking between campus buildings.

 After everything was said and done, we took a short walk to a restaurant called the Pastry Pub which had lots of varieties of food and pastries! I got a Quesadilla, an Italian soda, and a Canoli.  Everyone’s food looked really good.

 After that, it was time for the award ceremony where, unfortunately, we didn't place top three in anything—or so we thought.  Afterward, we climbed back on the bus, tired from the long trip.  After another two and a half hour long bus ride, we finally got back at about 11:20.  We unloaded the bus and went home after a long day.

 The Monday After the Competition:

During fifth period, Miss Holley got a call saying the judges messed up the overall total for our school!  It turns out we got third place over all the schools!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Spanish Fork Junior High FFA Partisipates in Career Training

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Wed, 10/10/2018 - 3:44pm
Attributions: by Chaleesa Warren

FFA students traveled to Snow College to compete in 4 events on Tuesday October 9th:  Horse Evaluation, Livestock Evaluation, Agriculture Mechanics and Veterinary Science.

Students got hands on experience for a career in one of these fields including handling live animals, veterinary practicums and math calculations. This was the first contest of the year! Students are looking forward to more Career Development Events this school year.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

World History Classes Reconstruct Roman Aqueducts—Out of Garbage!

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Wed, 10/10/2018 - 3:42pm
Attributions: story by Rillene Nielsen and Shea Harmer pictures by Shea Harmer
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Mrs. Harmer is at it again!  First her student made Roman Temples out of school supplies.  Now they are building aqueducts out junk!  As you can tell by the photos, engagement was high as students learned how the ancient Romans got their water.

“My world history class built Roman aqueducts out of trash today,” reported Mrs. Harmer, “and they had an awesome time. They had to build it over 2 desks and have a ping pong ball go through it and land on a paper plate at the bottom without falling off. This simulated Roman aqueducts.”

Active, participatory learning like this might make some adults want to go back to Jr. High!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

After eight years, Mr. Payson contest returns to PHS

Payson High School News - Wed, 10/10/2018 - 1:47pm
Attributions: By: Maddie Mitchell and Orrin Hapairai of The Lion's Roar Newspaper
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The drama department is bringing back something a little bit unexpected to the students and faculty of Payson High. In the past, there have been many Miss Payson pageants with winners who have successfully represented the community. However, this year, the Mr. Payson competition has arisen, to wow and inspire the hearts of Payson High School.

This isn’t the first time Mr. Payson has been displayed. Jamilah McMurdie, famed math teacher and former cheer coach, explains that “Mr. Payson used to be a super big tradition around here, but it hasn’t happened for about eight years, so the drama department decided to bring it back.”

When brainstorming ideas for their annual fundraiser, the PHS drama department brought this historical idea to the table. Rock White, prominent drama teacher of Payson High, said that, “We were trying to think of a fun way to involve all the clubs, and to do an activity that would combine us for one performance...we have the cheerleaders that have choreographed the group number, we have brought in guest judges from the community.”

There are ten young men from PHS in the running for the title of Mr. Payson. When asked about why they decided to run for Mr. Payson, Logan Bennett, a senior, said, “I would be beyond inspired, honored everything [if I won]... I’m very spirited as it is and I might as well get the title.” Spencer Nelson, a senior, declared, “I just love this school and want to represent it well and I just want to have fun too.”

Another senior, Travis Pitcher, said, “I’m so thrilled. I’d love to leave a legacy for my younger brother when he comes to this school.”

White kindly announced during today’s Best Legs competition, “The actual Mr. Payson is Friday night at seven o'clock in the auditorium.  It is five dollars for students and six dollars general admission. It’s going to be a wonderful night celebrating all their talents and strengths of the men of Payson.” Come and support the candidates of Mr. Payson in their worthy goals.

Categories: Payson, Secondary

What we're learning: Math & Personal Finance

Landmark High School News - Wed, 10/10/2018 - 8:07am
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Recently in Math & Personal Finance, students learned more about statistics and money by charting the year that pennies were manufactured:

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Congrats Girls Tennis

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 3:49pm
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Congratulations to our Diamond Fork girls tennis team, they finished 5th place in the district tournament, nice work Lady Diamonbacks!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Athlete and Fan of the Week!

Salem Hills High School News - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 3:41pm
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Congratulations to this week's Athletes and Fan of the week!

Athlete of the Week  Preston Stone - Cross Country Ryen Bradshaw - Volleyball             Fan of the Week Paige Paxton
Categories: Salem, Secondary

October Students of the Month

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 10:31am
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Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

What we're learning: Foods & Child Development

Landmark High School News - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 8:48am
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In Whitney's classes students have been doing a lot of fun activities. In Foods they made pizza and in Child Developmen they had a baby food eating contest. 

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

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