Welcome new Physics Teacher, Mr. Wesley Morgan

Springville High School News - Thu, 09/28/2017 - 2:24pm
Attributions: by Emily Challburg, SHS News Writer

Mr. Wesley Morgan is our new intern at Springville High School. He previously student taught a Spanish Immersion, 2nd grade class at Orchard Elementary. Morgan teaches Physics; he’s very grateful that he has the opportunity to work here.

Morgan said, “I want to make it fun and accessible for all students here.”

Morgan and his wife, Natalie, enjoy reading and playing sports together. Believe it or not Morgan used to work as a waiter and actor at a dinner theater in Idaho.

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Parent Teacher Conference TODAY!

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Thu, 09/28/2017 - 11:57am
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We hope to see parents and students at our first parent teacher conference of the year! Please come to the school from 3:30pm to 8:00pm to visit with teachers and check out the PTA Book Fair while you are here! 

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Don't Miss Parent -Teacher Conferences TODAY!

Mt Nebo Junior High School News - Thu, 09/28/2017 - 11:00am
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Today, September 28th, from 3:30-8:00 p.m MNJHS will hold our first parent/teacher conferences in the gym. Midterm report cards will be handed out and parents and students are welcome to visit teachers during that time. Our Latinos in Action (LIA) students will be available to supervise children (ages 4-11) in the classroom across from the girls’ gym. These students have prepared activities for children and will also be showing Monster’s University and Despicable Me 2. In addition, former LIA students will be available to interpret for teachers and parents during parent/teacher conferences. We hope to see you there!

Categories: Payson, Secondary

Congrats to our September Students of the Month!

Mapleton Junior High School News - Thu, 09/28/2017 - 9:34am
Attributions: Haley Miner

Congrats to our September Students of the Month! 

English: Bailey Lundell, Shylo Allison, Sawyer Schramm. Science: Anna Sneddon, Isaac Northcutt, Ashley Gatherum. CTE: Luke Roylance, Randall Correa, Oaklee Tingey. Health: Tayla Roberts. Life Skills: Jeffrey Hall, Riley Dunston, Adam Everett. Social Studies: Chelby Carter, Austin Wilson, Jarom Miller. Fine Arts: Teddy Wright, Miriam Brophy, Aaralynn Faust.

Categories: Mapleton, Secondary

LHS Greenhouse donates over 300 lbs of produce

Landmark High School News - Thu, 09/28/2017 - 9:10am
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This spring, our greenhouse program planted veggies. Landmark students, led by Greenhouse Specialist Mike Allen cultivated peppers, pumpkins, tomatoes, onions, and much more. Summer school continued the efforts to make sure the plants thrived. This fall over 300 pounds of produce have been harvested so far. All of which were donated to Provo soup kitchens.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

SKYHAWK ATHLETES OF THE WEEK!

Salem Hills High School News - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 4:18pm
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SHHS Athletes of the Week this week? Eliza Lindstrom of the Cross Country Team 

 Congratulation to Eliza Lindstrom of the Cross Country Team - Athlete of the Week!

 Congratulations to Jacob Rolfe of the Football Team - Athlete of the Week! 

They were awarded a free 12-inch Pizza from Main St. Pizza, a Gatorade, a t-shirt, and a pair of sunglasses. 

 

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Categories: Salem, Secondary

SKYHAWK FAN OF THE WEEK!

Salem Hills High School News - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 4:13pm
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Stokes Fan of the Week is awarded to Matt Weakley for support and enthusiasm of our Fall Sports Last week. Matt is awarded a $10 gift card courtesy of Stokes Marketplace and a t-shirt. 

Congratulations to Matt Weakley - Fan of the Week!

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Categories: Salem, Secondary

Don't Stop Until You're Proud

Payson Junior High School News - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 3:28pm
Attributions: Photos by Maddy Bragg

Here at Payson Jr. High, we encourage all our students to work hard. The more time and effort you put into your work, the higher your achievements will be! Your effort will make you stronger! Keep working hard, Grizzlies. You're all wonderful. And remember: don't stop until you're proud!

Categories: Payson, Secondary

Red Devils clip Golden Eagles Wings

Springville High School News - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 2:50pm
Attributions: photos by Brayden Evans, SHS News Photographer
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Despite the chill, Ty Erikson threw two touchdowns to lead the Springville Red Devils past Maple Mountain, 39-20. Running back Bradley Nicol had 15 carries, 153 yards, and had two scores on the ground.  Ben Schreiner added to the win with three receptions for 102 yards and two touchdowns.  Owen Rowe racked up nine tackles in the game with Simote Iloa adding seven tackles and two sacks.

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Latino Appreciation Week Party

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 2:39pm
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Our Latinos in Action group has been helping Diamond Fork celebrate Latino Appreciation Week. Today during E-time the LIA members put on a party for any and all students who wanted to attend. There were chips and salsa, face painting, and dance-dance. A BIG thanks to Senor Claybaugh and the LIA club for putting the party on. 

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Mountain Man Visits Diamond Fork

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 2:27pm
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Mr. Evan's 7th grade classes had a special visitor. A real life mountain man came to show them what it takes to hunt, trap, and survive in the wild. Students saw many different varieties of animal skins, tools, and mountain man clothing. Thanks to Mr. Evans for making it happen!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

2017 Lady Red Devils Soccer Team

Springville High School News - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 1:17pm
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Next home game will be on Tuesday, October 3, in which the Lady Red Devils will host the Wasatch Wasps.

Varsity Girls Soccer:
Tylee Anderson, Amy Botcherby, Mayzie Brunson, Tylee Clark, Macy Clements, Ashley Donahue, Claire Duncan, Breanna Eves, Mikayla Gee, Taralyn Gervais, Alexys Griggs, Brooke Hansen, Madison Henderson, Addisyn Johnson, Riley Reed, Baylee Rigtrup, Abigail Rowe, Abigail Smith, Savannah Stauffer, Katelyn Walker, Tara Warner, and Joely Wilson

JV Girls Soccer:
Rylee Anderson, Jenavieve Barson, Macy Clements, Jocelynn Gamer, Taralyn Gervais, Michelle Jimenez, Addisyn Johnson, Megan Jones, Presley Kennard, Kenna McNeil, Marissa Morse, Jazmin Pena, Kaitlin Pickett, Maia Putra, Riley Reed, Abigail Rowe, Inez Scott, Reagan Sweat, McKell Wight, and Ashley White

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Walmart Gives

Payson High School News - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 10:43am
Attributions: By Ryan Craig of the Lion's Roar Newspaper

Friday, September 8th and Tuesday September 12th were “days of giving” for the Walmart located in Payson. Walmart showed up at Payson High School with a wooden pallet full of school supplies for the teachers and students. This was a very unexpected gift that was very much appreciated. One teacher who benefitted from this donation was Señor Peck. He said, “It wasn’t anything huge some red pens and other school supplies, but it was definitely appreciated.”

 

Something like this has never been done before here at Payson High. It was very random and out of the blue. The school never asked for this, it was just a random act of kindness that was very appreciated by students and teachers at PHS. It was very kind of Walmart to do this once, but it’s even better that they did it twice.

Categories: Payson, Secondary

Comeback season

Payson High School News - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 10:37am
Attributions: Harrison Judd

Payson wrestling is a very successful and very strict tradition among those that are involved with this brutal sport. The physical and emotional exhaustion carries on throughout the months of the season. The commitment and the sacrifice given by the wrestlers is tremendous. Everyday is another opportunity to improve and get better individually and as a team, it is no secret that wrestling is a challenging sport, and especially at Payson. Last wrestling season the state title was just within their reach, but fell short and lost the state title to Wasatch. The coaches at Payson high have high expectations for this next year's wrestling team with their eyes set upon another state championship for the 2017-18 season.  

 

Coach Jeb clark, of the Payson wrestling team, has started to hold pre-season practices on tuesdays and wednesdays from 7:00 to 8:30 pm in preparation for the new season that will be starting in November.

Categories: Payson, Secondary

Payson High School's Biggest Fans

Payson High School News - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 10:30am
Attributions: Article by: Michelle Rushton of the Lions Roar Newspaper
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There is a classroom inside of this school that not very many of you know about. When you walk inside the North East doors of our school, turn right, the first classroom to your left often goes unnoticed. This classroom is Mrs. Liddle’s classroom. Mrs. Liddle is the teacher of a 17 students. These are no ordinary students, these are some of the most extraordinary students this school has ever known. Mrs. Liddle teaches a Utah Community Based Transition (UCBT) class, here at Payson High School. These special ed students are some of the most fun and energetic kids I have ever met. They are all very talented in their own ways. And what they all want most, is to have fun, and be friends with all of us students.

Mrs. Liddle says the best part about working in this class is, “The kids are fun to work with, their appreciative, they like to be at school, their sad when they can’t come. It’s fun having all the different personalities.” These kids are amazing kids, they are always smiling, and love to have a good time. Their favorite extracurricular class is Law Enforcement, it is the most popular class for these kids to go to. Here’s one more quote from Mrs. Liddle, about all of the friends these kids have outside of the classroom. “We have some students that have friends outside of the class.” “This year, when I walk down the the hall with them, I hear lots of people say hi to them, and this year Leah ran for Junior Homecoming Queen.” These kids love to be involved in the same things that all of YOU are involved in.

 

Mrs Liddle said this about us as a student body. “I liked to say how much I appreciate the student body this year, and how welcoming they have been this year!”

Categories: Payson, Secondary

MNJHS Panthers of the Day - Thursday, 9/21/17

Mt Nebo Junior High School News - Tue, 09/26/2017 - 4:12pm

Hear the ROAR! A Panther is: RESPECTFUL, OUTSTANDING, ACADEMIC and RESPONSIBLE! Congratulations to Alexis Vasquez and LaShelle Hernandez for being nominated as our MNJHS Panthers of the Day on Thursday, September 21, 2017. Alexis was nominated by Mr. Rather for being respectful and trusting in class. LaShelle was also nominated by Mr. Rather for being fun to have in class and being respectful.

Categories: Payson, Secondary

Fall Sports Captain's Academy

Mt Nebo Junior High School News - Tue, 09/26/2017 - 3:53pm
Attributions: Lynn Harmer, Lana Hiskey

Several team captains represented  Mt Nebo's fall sports and student government at Nebo School District's Captain's Academy. Great job captains: Grace Marsh-cross country,  Richelle Nielsen-student government, Leah DeBart and Livy Chandler- girl's tennis, Max Iverson-golf, Hadley Mason-cross country.

The purpose of the Captains’ Academy is to promote sportsmanship between the schools. This goal is realized through the captains and leaders working together at the academy to promote better relations between the students and athletes, to develop leadership through the academy activities, and to develop relationships with coaches and administrators as they present at each academy.

Michelle Best, with Intermountain Healthcare, talked with the leaders about healthy lifestyles and especially how important sleep is in staying healthy. Athletes are more prone to health issues an anxiety because of lack of sleep.

Brodie Berg, a 1990 Oregon State High School Golf Champion and currently a firefighter, led a discussion about great leaders. He emphasized that great leaders have character. Talent is a gift but character is a choice. Brodie also mentioned that great leaders are competent, accomplish more than others, inspire others, are generous, build relationships, take responsibility, and have passion to name a few attitributes.

ABC 4 sports director, Wes Ruff, introduced Sportsmanship. Wesley grew up in Springville and enjoys golf. His message included the importance of character, attitude, and having pride in your team.

Steve Dudley, athletic director at Spanish Fork High, led a discussion on sportsmanship and reporting. The various sports captains took the word “sportsmanship” and came up with descriptors for each letter and reported back to the group.

Troy Bohling, student services coordinator and organizer of these academies, said, "Captains’ Academy has provided a powerful forum for athletes and school leaders to discuss and implement essential leadership traits and the value of great sportsmanship as well as how to be safe and avoid unnecessary injuries."

A big thank you to Laura Salazar, Communications Director at Intermountain Healthcare, for the delicious lunch provided for the captains and leaders.

Categories: Payson, Secondary

Principal of the Year 2017!

Salem Hills High School News - Tue, 09/26/2017 - 11:22am
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We are so proud of Mr. Peery! He is representing us and Utah in Washington D.C. this week. The other principals are so lucky to be able to meet him and learn from him.  Way to Go, Mr. Peery!

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