Student News

Article: YouTube Fanatics

Article by Payton Evans - SJHS Student Staff Writer

YouTube? Why YouTube? That’s probably what you are asking yourself. Well Youtube, is something that we all know that we watch.

If you’re thinking “what?! No I do not” Let’s be honest we all do it sometimes. YouTube is some type of therapy for some people.

YouTube is full of people who take their time to make other people happy, smile, and laugh. They are called YouTubers.

Article: Student Futures

Article by Oakley Toelupe - SJHS Student Staff Writer

We all know that there are many colleges in the US. From the mostly sunny coasts of California, to the bustling streets of New York City, and of course everything else, there’s just so many options to choose from. It gets kind of hard, right? Well, a few students already have most of their future planned, their future college, future careers, almost everything.

Article: We must talk about the drinking fountains

Article by Leslie Ruiz - SJHS Student Staff Writer

There aren’t that many drinking fountains at our school. This causes issues with our student body. Many students have to walk to a different hall to get one miserable drink of water.  Getting a tardy just for getting a drink is kinda ridiculous. A student shouldn’t have to worry about being late to a class just because they wanted to quench their thirst.

Article: Ghosts in the Snow?

Article by Raquel Marquez - SJHS Student Staff Writer

One of the most beloved holidays is coming around the corner for us to celebrate. It allows many people to just let loose and enjoy the creepy atmosphere with a bit of sweetness. If you instantly thought of Halloween, you’re obviously right. There’s also one more that’s just as appreciated. It may land in the coldest of times, but warmth can be found and even felt with it’s alive and cheerful aura. That happens to be Christmas. But what does SJHS have to do with either of these? Well, on Halloween, a day before or after, everyone can come dressed up.

Article: Honors vs. Honors plus

Article by Cheyenne Skinner - SJHS Student Staff Writer

What is two subtract negative five hundred million. Okay that is way too much math but, for other people they can do it without thinking. That is why at springville we have regular, honors, and honors plus math classes that you can take. You may be thinking that this doesn’t apply to you but who know maybe someone will ask you a question about (honors) and who know you might know the answer to it.

Article: Teachers who have been here the longest

Article by Elizabella Francom - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Here at Springville Jr we have great teachers some have been here longer than others. All of our teachers here are great and we love them all so much especially the ones who have been here for so long that ever some of the student's parents had them. In this article you will learn about the teachers who have been here the longest. Some of the teachers here have been her for almost 30 years. And some have been teaching at other schools for even longer.

Article: Go Big Red!

Article by Stazie Killpack - SJHS Student Staff Writer

It’s football season here at SJHS, and this years freshman team has been doing pretty well.

Zach Mitchell, #19 and the quarterback for the Freshman team, says that he loves playing on the team because he gets to hang out with his friends and bond with them as a team. “I think my all time favorite game would have to be either against Lone Peak, or my first ever high school game. The Lone Peak game was especially fun because we just creamed them.” 

Article: Football

Article by Kekoa Akiona -SJHS Student Staff Writer

Are you looking for a fun sport that you can play all through fall? A sport that gets you in shape and makes you physically strong and Mentally awake. A sport that you can make friends in. A sport that you can show what you’re made of. Then football is your answer. Football is a rough, competitive sport, that many athletes enjoy playing. This game includes a lot of  hitting and tackling. There is always a chance of getting hurt.