Welcome to Springville Junior High School

At Springville Junior High School we are Responsible Citizens, Successful Learners, and Effective Communicators.

Beliefs:

  • Shared responsibility for education belongs to students, parents, the school and community.
  • Optimal learning takes place in a caring environment characterized by respect, trust and high expectations.
  • Active engagement in the learning process leads to student success.
  • Instructional improvement is accomplished through disciplined reflection and informed change.
  • Student potential is realized through multiple curricular and extra-curricular opportunities.
  • Critical thinking and problem solving skills should be taught across the curriculum. 

Auditions for “The Music Man Jr”

Attributions: 
Kazdin Lewis, SJHS Staff Writer

 Auditions were held on January 7-9, 2015 by Ms. Utrera, the choir teacher at SJHS, and Mrs. Gleave, a math teacher at SJHS.  Students of any grade were invited to show their talent and strive for a place on the cast of SJHS’s reproduction of “The Music Man Jr,” which is a shortened and simplified version of “The Music Man,” a musical by Meredith Wilson and Franklin Lacey.     

Student Spotlight

Attributions: 
Kaden Haynie, SJHS Journalism Staff Writer

SJHS has a lot of good and nice students this 2014 school year.  They have lots of athletic and smart people as well. 

Jake Randolph is a ninth grade student at SJHS.  He is a member of the SJHS wrestling team.  According to Jake his favorite class is Earth Systems because it is fun.  He loves spending time with his friends and listening to rap music.

Lexi Childs is a ninth grade student at SJHS.  According to Lexi she like the new school and all the nice teachers.  She loves to hang with friends and act crazy with them while they listen to pop and rap music.

Spotlight: Mrs. Caras

Attributions: 
Lexi Rogers, SJHS Staff Writer

 Mrs. Caras has been teaching for nineteen years. She has been teaching at SJHS for fifteen of those years. She teaches ninth grade Earth Science and students love her.

“Mrs. Caras is so fun and spunky. I’m never bored in her class,” said Katie Peterson, a ninth grader in Mrs. Caras’s class. 

Mrs. Caras also has many hobbies. She loves to watch football and sometimes baseball on TV. “I love sports - 49ers & SF Giants are my favorite teams. I love to read when I have time, watch my kids/grandkids play soccer, hockey, or whatever they're interested in,” said Mrs. Caras.

Spotlight on Mrs. Wimmer

Attributions: 
Autumn Olsen, SJHS Journalism Writer

Mrs. Wimmer is the attendant secretary at SJHS. She helps students stay under the limit of tardies they can have in a term. Whenever you get a Mandatory Intervention slip, it is from her. She records all of the Quest Time tickets in her office.

“Since I love kids, and I know they are just trying to figure things out, it is easy to work with them,” said Mrs. Wimmer.

Mrs. Wimmer enjoys working with the ladies in the office, and is happy that everyone is willing to help.