August 4, 2020
Registration and School Fees
Thanks so much for taking the time to get registered. It has been a learning experience for all of us and we appreciate your patience as we work through the new system.
- Registration --If you have not yet registered, please do so as soon as possible. Please call the school with any questions. We are happy to help you with the process.
- School Fees --If you haven’t paid student fees, please do so as soon as possible
If you cannot pay fees right now you have 2 options:
Apply for a Fee Waiver at the school with administration
Set up a payment plan at the school with administration
Remote Learning Option
Sharman Brown A-D
Melissa Lewis (Nielson) E-K
Jeff Cook L-N
Shannon Bennett O-Q
Travis Palfreyman R-Z
Spanish Fork Junior High New Bus Zone and Parent Drop-off
With the parking lot construction nearly completed at Spanish Fork Junior High we want to ensure that parents and guardians are aware of the procedure and location for dropping off and picking up students. The bus loading and unloading zone will now be on the North side of the school. Busses will enter the parking lot through a new bus lane that enters the campus from 600 East. They will then exit the same way. This new road is a bus lane only.
The old bus lane on the East side of the school is now the student drop-off and pick-up location. Parents will be able to pull up and park in the right lane of the student drop-off zone. The left lane will be pull-through only. Please note, parents will not be able to use the North parking lot to drop off and pick up students before and after school due to the new bus lane. Please use the new student drop-off and pick-up zone East of the school.
There are two different pedestrian crosswalks in the student pick-up and drop-off lane. Please be mindful of pedestrians, especially students, crossing before and after school. There will be adult supervision to help at the crosswalks after school.
Things To Consider When School Shopping
Additional Supplies --Because of COVID, students will not be able to share school supplies like they have done in the past. Before buying school supplies it might be helpful to check with your teachers to see what will be needed specifically to keep students from needing to share. Keep in mind the following things would be helpful for students to have this year to keep all students safe and healthy.
Calculators: In the past teachers have had classroom sets for students to use but with COVID we are asking that students bring their own calculator if possible.
Reading books: Most English teachers use classroom sets of books and although teachers will have students take extra precautions by sanitizing hands and wiping down covers, you as parents may want to purchase the book for your student. Their teacher will message out which books they will be reading.
Colored Pencils: Many teachers make use of colored pencils throughout the school year. With the fact that we are allowing backpacks this year, students will be able to securely keep pencils and other supplies.