MAY 15, 2023

Opening Announcements

Pledge: Spencer Dean

National Anthem: SFJHS Symphonic Band

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This Week

Tuesday, May 16th - Student Make-Up Day - 2:40 - 4:00pm

Orchestra Concert @ 7:00pm @ SFHS

Thursday, May 18th - Talent Show/Awards Assembly

Band Concert @ 7:00pm @ SFHS

Friday, May 19th - Musical Theater Showcase @ 7:00pm @ SFJHS

upcoming dates

Monday, May 22nd - Locker Clean-out. Please have your lockers emptied by Monday the 22nd.

Chromebooks will be returned during math classes.

Tuesday, May 23rd - Lagoon Day

Wednesday, May 24th - Early yearbook distribution during 1st period for those who have paid any and all fines/fees.

Thursday, May 25th - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! School ends at 11:15. No backpacks or markers will be allowed in the building. Students can bring their yearbooks and pens. All students will need to enter through the front doors by the main office.

Checking Students Out

Please be aware that for the last two weeks of school, parents will be asked to come in and sign their student(s) out when checking out.

Thank you,

Attendance Office

Lagoon Day!

We will sell Lagoon tickets until Wednesday, May 17th at the tables before school and during lunch. Permission slips must be checked off prior to purchasing tickets. As a reminder, the following criteria must be met to purchase a ticket:

Criteria for students to attend:

- No outstanding balances including: lunch account, unpaid school fees, library fines, text book fines from classes etc.

- No F's in 4th term.

- No more than 3 hours of detention.

- No N or U for citizenship in more than one class.

- Administrative Ineligibility (based on a pattern of behavior that may put themselves or others at risk).

If you have detention hours, remember that you can work some of it off this Tuesday after school during the make-up day!

Drama Performance: "Channeling Grimm"

It's that time of year again! Time for the Advanced Drama Class to present their final performance of the year. The Drama 3 and Tech 2 class will be performing "Channeling Grimm" this Thursday, May 11th, at 7:00 pm in the Little Theatre. Everyone is invited and the show is even FREE! The show is a break out of fractured fairy tales compiled together as television programs. It's lots of fun. Come see what the students have been working on this semester. It will be quite a fun evening and the students would love to have a large audience, so join us Thursday night.

food drive update

The Leadership Class wants to give a huge shout-out to all those who donated to our food pantry drive! We will be able to fill over 500 kits because of all that was generously donated!

4th and 5th placed 7th period classes: Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Whiteside!

2nd and 3rd placed 7th period classes: Ms. Johnson and Mrs. White!

1st placed 7th period class: COACH HALLAM!!!

Thank you to all for such an incredible show of generosity and humanity!

End of year Talent Show

We have some amazing talent to display at our Talent Show on Thursday, May 18th. The list of students performing and the assembly they are performing in is posted outside the office.

On Monday, May 15th, the students in the 1st assembly need to stay after school for a run-through.

On Wednesday, May 17th, the students in the 2nd assembly need to stay after school for a run-through.

Please send your background music/pics to Ms. Holley before hand.

Boys Tennis

After a busy season, and a strong showing at the Nebo District Tournament, the Lobo Boys Tennis Team Party is this Thursday 5/18, afterschool in the Lobo Den. There will be pizza, games, and team awards. We hope all players on this season's team will join us.

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Everyday Strong

Have you ever heard of “stinking thinking?” No, it’s not when you have rotten banana peels and dirty diapers on your mind.

Stinking thinking is a term used by Allan Pauole, a Clinical Mental Health Counselor with Revere Health, to describe the negative self-talk we often subject ourselves to. It isn’t just adults that fall victim to these thoughts. Children also have the tendency to think negatively about themselves and sometimes verbalize these things.

What is the best way to respond when your child says, “I’m so stupid!”? Find out by listening to the EveryDay Strong Podcast this week.

Okay, you can go back to thinking about banana peels now.

EveryDay Strong • A podcast on Spotify for Podcasters

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City of Spanish Fork Planting Days!

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