Our school will be hosting a screening of the film, "Angst". Angst is a 56-minute film that explores anxiety- its causes, effects and what we can do about it. With Anxiety being so prevalent, we have seen a need to inform parents, teachers and students and provide them with resources and tools. We will be providing a screening for all parents on Tuesday, September 18th at 7 PM in the auditorium. We strongly encourage you to come to our parent night. We will also have a Psychologist and representatives from different private providers in our community available to help answer questions on that evening. On Thursday, September 20th we will be showing this movie to all students during school. If you do not want your student to view this movie, we will be providing “opt out” forms in the front office and your student can be excused to go to the library/overflow instead of viewing the film. If you have more questions regarding the movie you can visit this website to find out more about it. https://angstmovie.com/
We will be holding a Parent Night for our Latinos in Action club on Thursday, Sept 13, 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the high school. You will be greeted and directed to the room in the main lobby.
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Some of our counselors attended a conference at Southern Utah University and were able to learn about all the up and coming things going on at SUU. They received insight on great things the University is doing to help transitioning Freshman, how the school is assisting students financially, and what different departments are doing to cater to a wide variety of students. There really is something for each student at SUU. If you have any questions regarding SUU we encourage you to talk to your counselor to find out more information. Make sure to check out the hand out with dates for the “Red Riot” (an overnight student life experience), “The Call” (a leadership weekend for prospective student ambassadors), and the “Governor’s Honors Academy” (a program for Juniors that allows students to earn college credit between their Junior and Senior year as well as earn free tuition at SUU for 4 years). Also, SUU has a great aviation program and our counselors got to experience first hand a helicopter ride over SUU campus! We strongly encourage students to consider SUU as a post-secondary education option! Go T-Birds!
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School pictures will be taken Aug 27 and Aug 28 duringEnglish classes. Retakes will be Oct 3.
Our golf team is doing amazing things this year and currently possess a commanding lead over all seven teams in Region 10. The top two individuals are Tyler Clayson and Remi Newell. Attached is a photo of the six golfers that have competed in each varsity match. From left to right: Tyler Clayson, Isaac Murray, Hunter Nielson, Remi Newell, Sam Jex, Noah Taylor. Keep it up golfers!!
The school year is quickly approaching and it is time to seek help from parents and guardians of students attending Spanish Fork High School to be a part of our School Community Council. We have three spots open on this committee for the 2018-19 school year.
The school community council is a voluntary committee consisting of parents/guardians, teachers and administration. The council looks at data, plans for school improvement and serves as a problem solving committee. Anyone interested in serving on this council or wanting to nominate someone for this council will need to email Sharla Barber at email@example.com letting her know of your interest. If more people apply than positions open, an election will be held the first week of school.
The Red/Grey game is cancelled for tonight (Aug 10) due to dangerous air quality. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Join SFHS PTA This Year and Be Involved!
Do you want to get involved at Spanish Fork High? PTA is not a time commitment if you don't want it to be. Your membership and support alone help create many wonderful experiences and opportunities for students as well as helping our amazing teachers and staff. PTA helps with "Munchie Mondays", teacher birthdays and dinners, Reflections and much more. If interested in helping with any of these programs please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!! There are opportunities to be involved if you would like, as well as many benefits to students AND parents when parents are involved and show support. Our first meeting will be August 21st at 9:30 in the conference room
Join now with a small $5 membership fee.
You can pay your fee at the office with a check made payable to SFHS PTA.
If you get an error message when you are trying to register your student, follow the steps below:
Go to: www.nebo.edu
Click on the Parents tab
Click on Aspire SIS (Student Information System)
Click on the Login to Aspire SIS button
Click on Register Student for Grade ?? (to the right of student's picture)
Electronicallly sign each document listed
Fees can also be paid from this page (#7 - Payment). Registration is complete when all documents have been electronically signed and registration fees have been paid.
Please call the Counseling Center at 801-798-4060 if you have any questions.
Registration will open August 1st. Please click the "Registration" link on the left banner on this website. Then follow the instructions on the attached document.
After all documents are signed and fees are paid, please allow 48 hours for the scheduling window to open.
Students will then be able to view and edit their own schedule until Aug 20th at 10 pm.
After school begins there will be a $10.00 charge to make any schedule changes.
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Kyle Coombs represented SFHS well at the SkillsUSA National Competition for Autobody Refinishing Technology bringing home a Bronze medal! Matt Ramirez placed 13th in Collision Repair Technology! They were honored with a fire truck parade down Main Street and presented to the SF City Council tonight. Good job boys! Thank you to all the support from SFHS and teacher, Chet Harmer!
Click on the link for information concerning August Driver Ed class and range sessions:https://sfhsdrivereducation.weebly.com/
All registration for secondary schools will open Aug. 1, 2018. At that time you will be able to access your student’s Aspire account to make all necessary updates, sign all e-documents, and pay the registration fees due for the coming school year.
Please note, you must allow 24-48 business hours for the student’s schedule to be released, upon receipt of payment. We are looking forward to the 2018-19 school year!