Youth Arts Festival

East Meadows Elementary News - Tue, 05/15/2018 - 12:55pm

Parents and Students,

Are you wondering what your first adventure will be this summer?  Look no further that the Youth Arts Festival at Spanish Fork High School.  The Arts Festival has a variety of classes to fit all your children’s interests.  We have Marvel vs DC classes, StoryBook Art, Harry Potter Art, Creative Writing, Needle Felting, Lego Art Academy, Disney Princess Art, Musical Theater Ensemble, Improv, Hip Hop, Highland Dance, Cooking, Tumbling, Magic, and much, much more!  

Check out our class list and description and sign up today!  We look forward to seeing you and your creative skills!

Spanish Fork Youth Arts Committee

Spanish Fork Parks & Recreation

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Sports Physicals

Maple Mountain High School News - Tue, 05/15/2018 - 12:48pm

We are holding physicals for fall sports and summer camps (or anyone that wants one) here at the high school on Wednesday, May 30th from 3:30-5:30 pm.  The cost is $20.00 cash or check and the paperwork will be available in advanced in the front office or the day of at the physicals. Athletes will meet in the MMHS Athlete's Commons area and be directed where to go. The change that occurred last year with physicals going for the school year and not calendar year. Any athlete that gets a physical after April 15, 2018 will be allowed to participate in all school athletics for the 2018-19 school year and then it will expire July 15, 2019. Just a quick reminder that athletes are required to have a physical before the first day of try-outs/practice and are not allowed to participate if they have not gotten cleared by Margaret and Krista. Any questions come see Krista in C105 during school or A113 after school. Her email is and her cell number is 801-310-9987.

Brockbank Bronco Best Students for April

Brockbank Elementary News - Tue, 05/15/2018 - 11:46am

Brockbank is happy to announce the Bronco Best Students for April.

Front: Cade Whitaker, Makenzie Sparks, Philip Ivie, Rosie Hammond, Ellie Rich, and Principal Larraine Nelson. 

Middle; Brinklee Zeemon, Chloe Shock, Karston Carter, Hagen Ryan, Bridger Olson, Tate Walburger, Merinda Crandall, Jocelyn Jensen, and Oakley Currie.

Back; Tyler Hurst, Evan Stewart, Adalie Sorensen, and Olivia Walker. 

Absent from photo was Ethan Gull.


Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Topaz Field Trip

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 05/15/2018 - 11:25am
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Last Week our 7th Graders went on a field trip to the new Topaz Museum in central Utah. It was a great experience for the students, they learned a bit more about the history of Utah.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Concert Time!

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 05/15/2018 - 9:42am
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Last week we had several different concerts here at DFJHS. Here are a few pictures of those, you can go to our Facebook page to watch several video's of those performances. Just search "Official Diamond Fork Junior High School".

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Kiwanis Club "Hope of America Winners"

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 05/15/2018 - 9:23am

Congratulations to our 9th grade Kiwanis Club "Hope of America" winners. These students were recognized last week for their hard work.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Brockbank Bulletin

Brockbank Elementary News - Tue, 05/15/2018 - 9:17am

Hello, Brockbank Families!

We want to thank our PTA for our awesome carnival!  It was so much fun and the children  really enjoyed it!  A special thanks goes to  Sharlene Hales, Brenda Dudley, and all of the wonderful PTA Volunteers, for all of their hard work!

We also want to thank the PTA for the great Book Fair they put on!  Thanks to Julie Evans and Kara Cloward!  It was a great success! 

Box Tops: We are collecting Box Tops one more time before the school year ends!  Please watch for a Box Top Sheet for your child to glue Box Tops to and return it by May 18th.  The class with the most Box Tops will get a pizza party!!! 

Track Meets:  Over the course of the next few weeks, we will be having our Track Meets for grades 3-6.  All the track meets will be at the Spanish Fork High School football field.  Here are the dates for those meets:
April 24-3rd Grade
May 1-4th Grade 
May 8-6th Grade
May 15-5th Grade
Please make sure your child has water, comfortable clothing, good running shoes and a jacket. 

Swimming Activity:  We will be going swimming on the last day of school.  We will be leaving Brockbank at about 9:00 and we will walk to Spanish Fork Swimming Pool.  Our Busing students will leave the pool at about 11:10 and will walk back to Brockbank, eat their lunches, then board the buses at about 11:30-11:40.  Our walking students will leave the pool at about 11:15, walk to the school, eat their lunches, then leave at noon.  We will be sending a permission note home for you to send back to school.  Please watch for that and return asap. 

We also want to let you know that unfortunately we will not be able to have summer school this summer!  Our school is undergoing a lot of updating and changing and we will be without power for a short period of time.  There will also be many workers here and with all the construction, we will not be able to have students here.  We are so sorry for the inconvenience.  However, Angie Killian, the principal at Riverview Elementary School, has offered to have our students go to their summer school if you are interested.  For more information, please call Riverview Elementary.  
We invite you to LIKE us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, as well as our own Brockbank website!  Follow us on Instagram--#Brockbankbest, #Lookatbrockbank, and #BrockbankBFF

Thanks for being the BEST!

Mrs. Nelson

Brockbank Bulletin:    
5/15-5th Gr. Tack Meet
5/16-6th Gr. Graduation-1:30/4th Gr. Program-6:00 pm 
5/17-1st Gr. Program-6:30 pm/6th Gr. Sonic Field Trip
5/18-Kindergarten Last Day/5th Gr. Field Trip
5/21-5/25-Kindergarten Assessments
5/23-Field Day

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Summer Youth Arts Festival

Maple Mountain High School News - Tue, 05/15/2018 - 9:07am

Parents and Students,

Are you wondering what your first adventure will be this summer?  Look no further that the Youth Arts Festival at Spanish Fork High School.  The Arts Festival has a variety of classes to fit all your children’s interests.  We have Marvel vs DC classes, StoryBook Art, Harry Potter Art, Creative Writing, Needle Felting, Lego Art Academy, Disney Princess Art, Musical Theater Ensemble, Improv, Hip Hop, Highland Dance, Cooking, Tumbling, Magic, and much, much more!  

Check out our class list and description and sign up today!  We look forward to seeing you and your creative skills!

Spanish Fork Youth Arts Committee

Spanish Fork Parks & Recreation

Locker Clean Out!

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 05/15/2018 - 9:06am

Locker cleanout will take place on May 17th, 2018 during Pack Time and again on May 23rd during 7th period.

On the May 17th cleanout, remove all trash, stickers, writing, etc. from your lockers. Library books and most textbooks should be returned by this date.  Library books should be returned to the library. We will have some carts out in the hallways to put books on as well. Report any damaged or permanent marks to a faculty member. There will be cleaning supplies available during both locker cleanouts.

On May 23rd we will have the final cleanout. All possessions must be taken home on this day. It may be the last day you will have access to their lockers.


Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Preparation for the Spring Concert

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 05/15/2018 - 6:17am
Attributions: By: Bentley Bradford
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Trumpets, trombones, clarinets, flutes, tubas, euphoniums, french horns, and percussion. The Spanish Fork Junior High School Concert Band is practicing for their Spring Concert. They are playing songs like “DarkHeart” which is actually a piece of music based off a book. The book is called “Dark Adventure” which is a fictional book which includes much magic. “DarkHeart” is supposed to be part of a scene where the main character is running away from the castle. According to Max Fraser, 9th grade Concert Band percussionist, “It’s really challenging, but is a fun piece. I like the style of the music; it’s kind of creepy, but it’s also really fast-paced.”

       The band is also performing a piece called “Resplendent Light (On Walden Pond)” which is a slow touching piece. According to Enoch Sanchez, 8th grade trombonist, “The piece portrays how we as a group can help better ourselves so we may better others. When we have accomplished this, we may finally see the beauty in nature and in everyday life and reach what I like to call, ‘Resplendent Light’.” I couldn’t have described it any better myself.

“The Great Locomotive Chase” is, in my opinion, our best piece. It contains many percussion instruments. You will find chimes, bells, drums, timpani,  and even the rim of an actual train. I can’t really describe to you how they all sound. The percussion music is supposed to have sounds that sound as though they would be on or near a train.  While the percussion is doing that, the entire rest of the band is making the piece flow together, have meaning, and really does everything else.

The band has been working very hard on these songs and pieces. They play every single day trying to work out every single mistake. If you would like to see the Spring Concert they will be performing at Spanish Fork High School, on Thursday, May 17.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

SAGE Testing

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 05/15/2018 - 6:16am
Attributions: By Ian Paxton

The end of the school year often comes with stress to get your grades up, procrastinated assignments suddenly seeming more important, and frantically searching through an oversized binder to find that one missing paper. Probably the greatest of many students’ worries is SAGE Testing. Like any other overwhelmingly important test, the teachers stress to their students to get a good night’s sleep, eat a good breakfast, and bring a water bottle if they want. SAGE Testing takes information from the start of the year to the end, and puts them all into one great big test. Though they don’t speak very highly of this unnerving test, students do seem excited to see their score at the end. Perhaps it’s because they get to see how well they did. Or maybe it’s simply because they know they’re finally done.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Lobo Update 5/14/2018

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Mon, 05/14/2018 - 8:00pm


We have two weeks of school remaining and we are working daily with students to finish assignments, tests, and projects for their classes. We ask parents to check students’ grades frequently and have conversations with them about work completion and turning in work. We want every student to succeed.


We encourage parents and students to LIKE us and FOLLOW us on our SFJHS Facebook at

Twitter at

Remember - To see the complete calendar and other important announcements visit the official SFJHS webpage at:


This year we will NOT print Term 4 report cards for mailing. Parents and students may go onto Aspire BEFORE JULY 1 and print the report card. The Aspire system will be rolled into the 2018-2019 school year on July 1 and 2017-2018 information will no longer be available.


First locker cleanout will be during Pack Time on Thursday, May 17th. Please plan to clean out and take home all items you won’t need for the last few days of school. On Wednesday, May 23rd during the last 20 minutes of school, all students will conduct final locker clean out.  Students will need to take absolutely everything home and won’t have locker access for the rest of the week.


Students are invited to access the library during the summer break. Here are the summer dates: Tuesday, June 5th; Monday, July 16th; Wednesday, August 1st.  School doors will be open from 8:00am - 2:00pm. Just come in and go to the Library - Mrs. Wilson will be here ready to help you!


Parents and Students: Please be on the lookout for any books belonging to SFJHS Library. If your student has a fine or overdue book, they were notified with a reminder slip. We have a great school library, with a wonderful collection. Please help us keep it that way by returning all books. Thank you so much for your help. If you have any questions talk to Mrs. Wilson in the library.   


The school year is quickly winding down and with that we remind parents to make sure that your student’s lunch balance is caught up and kept current.  Also, please make sure any outstanding balances for school fees or fines are taken care of ASAP with Mrs. Hall in the front office. PLEASE BE AWARE that in order to receive a yearbook on May 23rd and to qualify for Lagoon all outstanding balances owed must be paid in full. Your help in this regard is greatly appreciated.


SF Lady Lobo game jerseys and shorts are for sale to anyone who wants them!  They would make awesome Lobo pride gear for the fan section next year! $15 for the top and bottom or $8 for just the top or just the bottoms separately.  See Coach Harmer for details. Payment must be made to Mrs. Hall in the finance office.


Today, all students received a Lagoon Day 2018 Parent Information and Permission Slip form and a few instructions from their 7th period teacher. This has all the information needed to be prepared for an exciting day at Lagoon. If you would like your child to attend, please return the signed permission slip with a non-refundable bus fare payment of $16.00. The students will purchase their ticket at the door for $34.00 each. If you need the permission slip, go to and click the Lagoon Information link.


The chess club is hosting our annual chess tournament on Tuesday, May 15 starting at 9:00 am in the library. Anyone is invited to come participate even if you are not in chess club. All skill levels are welcome. If you would like to participate please talk to Mr. Mortimer in Room #44 for an Entry Form. There is limited space so sign up soon. Admission will be given on a first come first serve basis. There are awards/prizes for the top 6 placers in the tournament. If you would like a better chance at winning you can come to chess club Tuesdays after school in Mr. Mortimer's room.


  • May 14 - District Tennis Tournament, High School Registration help (World Civ classes), Orchestra Concert 6:00

  • May 15 - District Tennis Tournament, Chess Tournament 9:00, Shakespeare Auditions 3:00

  • May 16 - Shakespeare Casting 3:00

  • May 17 - First Locker Clean Out, Band Concert 7:00

  • May 18 - Stars - Talent Assembly 8:45am, AP Exam

  • May 21 - CCA Truck Career Fair 8:00

  • May 22 - Awards Assemblies

  • May 23 - Yearbook and Final Locker Clean-out

  • May 24 - Lagoon Day

  • May 25 - Last Day of School - Out at 11:15am       

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

6th Grade vs Faculty Kickball Game

Larsen Elementary News - Mon, 05/14/2018 - 2:55pm
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Today was the annual 6th grade vs Faculty kickball game.  There has been a lot of talk around the school on who was going to be victorius between the two teams.   We are pretty sure the faculty won but 6th grade is protesting the actual score.  The PTA saved everyone at the end of the game by bringing Otter Pops to cool off afterwards.  It was so fun and a great way to bring spirit to our school.  Great job everyone!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Jordanelle Dam

Canyon Elementary News - Mon, 05/14/2018 - 1:30pm
Attributions: Skyler Pope and Mac Wilkinson
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Jordanelle Dam...It was so cool! We learned a lot about the dam and the water in the lake. It was super loud inside the power plant. I leaned that the Power Plant is a really cool and fun place. I also learned that I can light up a light bulb by peddling a bike. 


Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Civil Air Patrol Flag Ceremony

Park Elementary News - Mon, 05/14/2018 - 12:22pm

Park Panthers had the opportunity to have the Civil Air Patrol come for our Leadership LiftOff this morning. The young men in the Civil Air Patrol performed a flag ceremony. It was a great way to honor our nation and begin another great week! Thank you so much for coming!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

5th Grade State Fair and Wax Museum

Larsen Elementary News - Mon, 05/14/2018 - 12:17pm
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Larsen 5th graders held their annual State Fair and wax museum on Friday.  Students were given a state to research and make a diorama about interesting facts about it.  Then students chose a famous person from that state to dress up as and tell about them to visitors.  They did a great job and everyone learned some awesome facts about the United States!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

LHS Senior Awarded Academic Scholarship!

Landmark High School News - Mon, 05/14/2018 - 11:42am

Senior Rachel Sturman was awarded an Academic Scholarship from Snow College for her academic performance. Congrats, Rachel, It's a Great Day to be a Dragon!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

4th Grade Pioneer Day

Larsen Elementary News - Mon, 05/14/2018 - 11:40am
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Our 4th grade has been studying all about the pioneers and on Friday they celebrated all that they had learned.  The students dressed like pioneers, played pioneer games, made crafts with yarn and a bunch more!  The classes ended the day with square dancing. Great job 4th grade!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Teacher Request for 2018-2019 School Year

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Mon, 05/14/2018 - 10:34am

Hi Parents,

We are now taking teacher requests for the 2018-2019 school year. The deadline for the requests will be on Thursday, May 24th NO exceptions! Forms will not be given to students.

You must choose TWO or more equal teacher choices. One teacher will not be considered more of a request than another. You MUST have at least two choices to be considered. The request will be denied if any teacher requests are starred or numbered. 

Thank you! 

Sierra Bonita Elementary