MARCH 13, 2023

opening announcements

Pledge: Clara Solorzano

National Anthem: Linsey Henricksen

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Tuesday, March 14th - Band Concert 7PM @ SFHS

Wednesday, March 15th - 3rd Term Grades Posted by 4PM

Wednesday, March 22nd - Online registration begins for new students

10th Grade Student Government

All ninth graders who want to make a positive difference in their 10th grade year at the high school, you should run for student government. Elections are coming up! On Wednesday, March 1st, there will be an informational meeting after school in room 10. Dates and instructions will be given at this meeting. If you are unable to attend, speak to Mrs. S. Anderson.

Dates to keep in mind:

March 1st, Informational meeting

March 9th, Pictures are due

March 13th, Video is due

March 14th, Lunch Campaign

March 15-16th, Voting

March 17, Results

school musical!

It's that time of year again: Musical Time! And "You're the One that I Want"! Our school musical this year is "Grease, the School Edition." It has all the fun and charm of the original show, without the inappropriate content. The students have been working hard to make this show amazing. Come join us and have a toe-tapping good time! We will be performing March 23, 24, 25 (with an additional 2pm matinee), and 27th at 7pm. The price is $5 online or $7 CASH at the door. Here's the link to access the online tickets: https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/71849

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Cultural Week

Our Cultural Pride Week is coming up fast! If you are interested in sharing a talent based on your culture, talk to Mrs. S. Anderson in room 10 ASAP!

Leadership class is planning our upcoming Cultural Pride Week. We want our students to share their love and knowledge they have for their different cultures. If you know some of your people's dances, and you'd be willing to share that with us, please contact Mrs. S. Anderson at susane.anderson@nebo.edu. These dances can include family members, other students, etc. If you have special arts, crafts, and games from different cultures that would be great to share with the school, please contact Mrs. Anderson.

SFHS band and color guard

Have you ever wanted to be a part of the Spanish Fork High School Marching Dons or Color Guard? Here is your chance! We will have an information meeting for parents and students on Monday, March 27th at 6 PM in the Spanish Fork High School Band Room. Any students with musical backgrounds who are interested (band, orchestra, choir, piano, guitar etc.) are welcome to attend and participate in our band.

If you are interested in color guard, those with dance or cheer experience are welcome, but there is no necessary experience required, we will teach you everything you need to know!! Come be a part of our competitive program! If you have any questions, or want more information, or can't make the meeting but want to participate, come speak to Ms. Johnson in the band room.

slam poetry club!

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Lobo Boys Tennis begins on March 14th. If you missed the informational meeting, see Coach Lawrence in room 3 for the forms. The forms (including the physical forms and fees paid) need to be returned before tryouts begin. We are excited for better weather and a fun time on the courts.

Pi Day!

Pi Day is coming on Tuesday, March 14!

Students will be learning about mathematical Pi, and enjoying pie during their math class. If you bring a pie to share with the class (before school next Tuesday) you will be rewarded with some extra credit. Talk to your math teacher for more information.

march madness 3 on 3 tournament!

Our March Madness tournament started today at lunch! We have 19 teams playing 3v3 in a double elimination tournament. Stay tuned for those winners!

Classes are also competing for an ice cream party. Let's see which 7th period teacher knows their bracketology. Individuals can also get in on the fun. Come and get your bracket from Mrs. S. Anderson in room 10, fill it out, and return it to her by Wednesday, March 15th. There will be prizes!!

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SHARP Survey

Every two years, the state and district conduct a survey regarding student health and risk behaviors. Information gained from the survey will allow your school district and the State of Utah to continue to provide comprehensive prevention programs for our schools and children. This survey is optional and anonymous and will be offered in their Science classes. Since this survey includes questions regarding risk taking behavior, including drug use, violent behaviors and other personal issues that are not typically discussed in school; parent permission is required for students to participate.

Only students with parent permission will be surveyed. To ensure that you have received this information, please fill out the permission forms linked below. If you do not want your student participating in this survey, please indicate so on the permission form. More detailed information on the surveys are given in the permission forms and below.

Survey Form: Permission Form

Survey Form (en espaƱol): Formulario de Permiso

If you have questions contact Travis Palfreyman in the counseling office (travis.palfreyman@nebo.edu)


When: Wednesday @ 3:00

Where: Gyms

Who: Teachers and students

Pickleball equipment provided. Come join in the fun!


February's STEM club meeting is happening this week. You are invited to join us in Ms. Sorensen's room after school on Wednesday or Friday until 3:30. We will be building and decorating bristle bot robots. We will then send them through an obstacle course. May the best robot win... and not take over the human race. Join us this week for STEM club awesomeness.
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8th Grade Rise

Writing: March 27-31

English: April 17-21

Math: April 24-28

Science: May 1-5

9th Grade Aspire

April 26-27

Make up Testing: May 8th-19th