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The Utah High School Rodeo Association State Finals were held June 5th-9th at the Wasatch County Event Complex in Heber Valley. We would like to recognize Jade Rindlisbacher and Wyatt Crandall for qualifying for the High School National Finals Rodeo in Rock Springs, Wyoming July 15th-21st. Jade qualified in Pole Bending and Wyatt in Team Roping. We would like to congratulate these two SFHS students and wish them the best of luck as the head to the National Finals. We would also like to recognize Laynee Giles, Jace Hanks, and Wyatt Davis for finishing in the top 15 in their events and qualifying for the Silver State International Rodeo. The SSIR will be held in Winnemucca, Nevada July 2nd-7th. Laynee qualified in the Barrel Racing, and Jace and Wyatt qualified in Team Roping. Best of luck to these contestants as they go to Silver State! Way to represent SFHS, Rodeo Contestants! Congratulations and Good Luck!
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Apply for Exclusive High School Tech Internship for Juniors and Seniors.This program includes 7 sessions and it's free! During each session students will participate in workshop-style sessions where they either learn a skill or are presented with a challenge that they can solve with their team. The sessions will be taught by entrepreneurs and tech professionals to help educate, inspire and mentor students. Both boys and girls in their junior/senior year are invited to attend.
At the end of the program students will have experience and knowledge to help them know how to start a business, work with a team and find a career path that leverages their strengths and interests.
The program will be hosted at Peak Venture Capital offices at Thanksgiving Point.
The following students are in Mr. Gardner's range starting Monday, June 4th @ 6am. Please meet at the range just north of the Seminary building at he High School.
The following students are in Mr. Black's range session starting Monday, June 11th @ 5:30 am. Please meet in room 39 in the CTE Building.
The Finance Office will be open from 8am - 1pm, Monday through Friday during the summer.
They will be closed June 11th-14th and July 4th, 5th and 6th.
June 4th Driver Ed class is FULL. The list below will start class on Monday, June 4th. Remember, June 4th-8th class will go from 1-4pm. June 11th-15th, 8-11 am. Class will be held in room C6, located by the Football Field parking lot. Students are required to be in class for 27 hours. Class will last 3 hours per day for 9 days. One make-up day will be offered on Friday, 6/14. Please email Coach Gub @ firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Argyle, Kade Ashton, Davis Baum, Jackson Binks, Ethan Bonilla, Kiara Burningham, Coye Chandler, Sara Dafoe, Bryson Fernandez, Jordyn Fredericks, Daxton Gavin, McKenzie Halliday, Mason Hansen, Jeremy Hawkins, Calvin Irvine, Ethan Jensen, Leah Johnson, Brayden Jones, Isiah Killebrew, Kaylee Kirk, Rylee Larsen, Alyssa Lee, Ember Mangum, Jessi Mendoza, Sabrina Nielsen, Cydney Nielson, Trevor Nuila, Silvia Oldham, Hannah Paletua, Sinalolo Paletua, Sinalolo Paxton, Davis Plewe, Erin Price, Whitlee Ramirez, Sakoy Robb, Bryton Roberts, Brooklynn Ryder, Aleah Scott, Paige Snyder, Greyson Snyder, Stormy Stevenson, Savanna Stubbs, Lance, Tanner, Corban Tanner, Tate Timothy, Jayden
If you are signed up for the June 4th Driver Education class, the class start time for the first week has changed from 8-11 am to 1-4 pm. Class will still be held in Room C6. If you have questions please stop by Coach Gub's room or email him at email@example.com Sorry for the inconvenience. Also if you are waiting to complete your road test, a schedule is being put together and should be out next week. Thanks for your patience.
If you are signed up for the June 4th Driver Education class, the class start time for the first week has changed from 8-11 am to 1-4 pm. If you have question please stop by Coach Gub's room or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
The track teams had an incredible two days at the state track championships. In the combined girls and boys (add girls points plus boys points) scoring we placed 6th as a team. This basically means that we were the 6th best track program in all of 4A this year. Amazing results.
The boys team finished in 5th place scoring 35 points and just one point away from 4th place. The girls team scored 19 points and finished in 11th place.
Ethan MacKay 2nd pole vault; Wyatt Evans 2nd 1600; Wyatt Evans 3rd 3200; Dallas Eyere 4th Long Jump; Kimball Clements 4th 100m Hurdles; Josh Trafny 5th Javelin; Natalie Pendleton 5th 100m; Girls 4x100 5th (Grace Ethington, Sarah Bush, Rachel Bartold, Natalie Pendleton); Koby Parry 6th Javelin; Jessi Mangum 6th 100m Hurdles; Kimball Clements 6th 300m Hurdles; Jacob Moore 6th 300m Hurdles; Junior Iketau 6th Shot Put; Boys 4x100 6th (Andre Eyere, Jacob Moore, Dallas Eyere, Kimball Morley)
SFHS All time top ten lists have been rewritten this year by our athletes:
Wyatt Evans: 1st in the 3200m, 1st in the 1600m and 6th in the 800m
Ethan MacKay: 3rd in the pole vault; Boys 4x100: 3rd (Andre, Kaden, Dallas, Kimball); Junior Iketau: 4th in the Discus and 6th in Shot Put; Kimball Clements: 5th in the 100m Hurdles and 6th in the 300m Hurdles; Dallas Eyere: 6th in the Long Jump; Josh Trafny: 7th in the Javelin; Jacob Moore: 9th in the 300m Hurdles; Natalie Pendleton: 9th in the 100m; Jessi Mangum: 9th in the 100m Hurdles; Jordon Scott: 10th in the 1600m
Senior Meeting 2017-18 May 15th, 2017
□ Graduation is at the UCCU Center (UVU) 6:00 pm. Wednesday May 23.
□ Cap and Gowns - Pick up in Main Office- DO NOT Modify gowns or decorate Caps or Gowns in any way!!! Example: adding beads or writing something on your cap etc.
□ Wear nice clothing under your gown at Graduation. Dresses for girls and dress pants for boys. No abnormal HIGH heals (Slows down graduation) or flip flops (too casual).
□ Herff Jones will be here Wednesday May 16th tomorrow noon in the main school commons. If you haven’t ordered a cap and gown yet, please order then!!!
□ Returning Gowns- Keep caps and Tassels
□ Graduation Rehearsal- 10:00 a.m. May 22nd at the UCCU Center at UVU. Seniors are Required to attend!!! Mandatory to be at Grad Practice and be on time!!!
- Traffic problems
- Leave in plenty of time
□ Keep you from walking and or Graduating:
- Credits-- total 32 credits
- NG’s needed for graduation need to be made up prior to Graduation
- Fee’s and Fines must be paid or you do NOT Walk at Graduation Ceremony
□ Schedule Friday and Graduation Party
□ Yearbook Distribution 12:00 noon
□ Graduation Senior Sunset Friday May 18th Football Field
□ Graduation Party May 23rd -8:30 pm -1:30 am Pavilion and pool. $5 entry
Upcoming high school juniors and seniors and college freshman with any career aspiration are invited to attend the Student STAR Program at no cost on July 9-12 from 9am – 4:30pm. This 4 day workshop is designed to equip students with the skills needed to excel in both their academic and professional journeys. Students do not need to have an interest in or preference for technology careers as Student STAR focuses on business acumen & life skills to help students transition into the next phase of their lives as young professionals.
This has been a very successful program in the past and the students have greatly benefitted from it. To register or for more information go to https://education.emc.com/content/emc/en-us/student-star.html.
This Thursday May 10th, MTECH is holding a Pre-Engineering Career Night at the Orem MTECH Campus from 5 to 8 pm. This would be recommended for anyone interested in the trades areas, Welding, Fitting, Automated Manufacturing, Machining, CNC, etc. Here is the link to pre-register and attached is a flier with additional information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mtech-pre-engineering-career-night-tickets-43866937190
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RUN! Don't walk! to see our AMAZING DRAMA DONS in the musical comedy How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. What Is the Story of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying?
"As the show begins, J. Pierrepont Finch, a young window washer, is poring over a how-to book for transforming himself into a tycoon. He soon bluffs his way into a job in the mail room at World Wide Wicket Company, where he catches the eye of secretary Rosemary Pilkington. With a mixture of innocence and smarts, our hero continues to climb the ladder of success, impressing boss J.B. Biggley while overcoming opposition from Biggley’s lazy nephew, Bud Frump. Meanwhile, Biggley is trying to keep his sexy mistress, Hedy La Rue, happy, and Rosemary is dreaming of an idyllic suburban life with her future husband “Ponty” Finch. Will everyone at World Wide Wicket get their version of a happy ending?" -Broadway.com
Friday May 4, Saturday May 5, and Monday May 7 at 7:00 pm
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Congratulations to our amazing English teacher Mr. Alex Minson. Mr. Minson has been an intern teaching at SFHS for the past year and we are excited to have him back as a full time English and Debate teacher for the 2018-19 school year. Way to go Mr. Minson! We are proud to call you a DON!!
As many of you start thinking about buying flowers and planting a vegetable garden, keep SFHS Greenhouse in mind. Greenhouse management classes have worked hard planting seeds and caring for plants over the past few months. We have a variety of vegetable starts as well as annual bedding plants.
We will open Friday May 11th from 3-6pm and Saturday May 12th from 9am-1pm. We will then be open the following weekends until we are sold out. To find the greenhouse:Pull into the back parking lot where the Spanish Fork Swimming pool and seminary building are located. The drivers ed driving range will be on your right. As you reach the end of the driving range, turn right and as you drive through you will see the greenhouses. We will also have signs for you to follow. Thanks and we look forward to seeing some of you next weekend.
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Governor Gary R. Herbert has declared May 3, 2018 as “Utah Prevention Day!” Utah Prevention Day gives schools around the state an opportunity to celebrate the prevention lessons that students have learned throughout the year. Teachers can review and reinforce those life skills taught before students leave for the summer. We want to protect our students from the dangers of drugs, under-age drinking, violence, crime, and bullying.
There will be a central celebration of Utah Prevention Day on May 3rd at the Smith’s Ballpark with the Salt Lake Bees and 12,000 students and teachers. Governor and Mrs. Herbert will be in attendance to present the signed declaration. Click on the link to see a copy of the Governor’s Declaration.
For tickets, you can go to https://secure3.myschoolfees.com/start_v2.aspx
1. You will need to login if you have an account, or REGISTER (just name and email for ticket delivery).2. You will need to search for NEBO-SPANISH FORK HIGH SCHOOL (This MAY require you to login a second time). *We are working on making this more simple....pardon our dust*3. Select DRAMA drop down menu4. Select the DAY of the show you want. 5. You pay online and tickets are emailed to you. THANK YOU...See you at the show!
Join us for our Spring Dance Concert "PERCEPTION" presented by our SFHS Dance Department. Thursday May 10th 7pm in the auditorium. This concert will include our Dance Company, Dance 2 & 3, Social Dance 1 & 2, and Musical Theatre classes. Tickets are available for presale in the finance office or cash/check at the door. $5 Students, $7 Adults, & $20 for a Family Pass. Come support the arts and have a blast at the same time! Check out our FaceBook event for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/2077842902436848/
This weekend our Drama Dons hosted the state championship. Dons, congratulate your new state Drama champs! Our Drama Dons killed it. Out of the 23 entries, 18 won Straight Superior, the highest score they can get. Bethany Wilson won 3rd in state for her monologue, Rachael Jack won 1st in state with her Musical number. Justin Butler, Zephon Festi, and Tori Crane took 2nd place in Classical Scenes. Kialey Smith and Logan McGraw took 2nd in state with a scene, with Brenden Anderson and Rachel Johnson right behind them in 3rd.
Our Play "Love/Sick" took first in state, and our overall Sweepstakes award gave us bragging rights as the State Champs in Drama!