Student News

Article: Football

Attributions: 
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.

Article: Time to Watch Some Football!

Attributions: 
Article by Ashlee Bayles - SJHS Student Staff Writer

 What makes you most excited for fall?  For many Americans it is the time of year to sit back, relax, and watch the NFL.  The league that everyone has come to love was created on August 20, 1920.  The first game of this season was on September 10 with the Panthers and the 49ers.   Though many people have said different teams are their least favorite, the students mostly agree that Broncos is their least favorite team.

 

Article: Disneyland rides are CLOSED?!

Attributions: 
Article by Taylor Benson - SJHS Student Staff Writer

When someone says, “It’s the happiest place on earth!!” You can’t help but think of Disneyland. Whether you fly, drive, ride the train, ride your bike or even walk to Disneyland it is still magical. Disneyland puts the rides together amazing. All of them have tons of decorations, and the theme is always so fun. But, when Halloween comes along they change a couple of the rides.Causing some of the rides to close, they change it to Halloween themed rides along with their regular theme. It is still as magical as you’ve dreamed it to be.

 

Article: Learn to Love Loud

Attributions: 
Article by Raquel Marquez - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Back in August, a festival at the UCCU Center in Orem went on. This festival was only held in Utah and featured musicians and guest speakers talking about the struggles LGBTQ+ youth have.

What music means to Springville Junior High.

Attributions: 
Article by Payton Evans - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Music is life changing. Music is just something that can change but stay the same. We all listen to music. But some of us have certain reasons on why we listen to the genres we do. We just find a connection. Bella Farr explained “ The reason why I listen to alternative pop is because when my great grandpa was alive he used to make that music and I loved it.” Music gives everything some type of hype you could say.

Article: Lunch Sports

Attributions: 
Article by Oakley Toelupe - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Lunch is kinda short when you eat fast, if you know what I mean. And if you know Springville Jr. High’s students, you know that the majority can’t just sit around for ten minutes. They get bored too easily. Solution? Lunch sports. Activities to get them up and moving so they can work off all those calories they just gained. It’s not a good reason, but it’s one of them.

Article: Banners! GREAT or GROAN!

Attributions: 
Article by Mathew King - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Oh look! Up there are some people on banners in the hall! They have 9th graders on them and have been up for only 2 years. There are 20 banners up in the curvy hall down the Page page hall. Mrs. Bass was part of a team of teachers that narrowed down the results of the nominations that all the teachers made. She said, “I chose students who are successful learners, effective communicators, and responsible citizens.  Students who emulate these characteristics are good students; hard-working, kind, helpful.

Article: What’s with these new clubs?

Attributions: 
Article by: Makailee Turner - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Clubs as we all know, maybe some of you don’t, is a time after school when you can do art, math, board games, etc… So why do we all of a sudden have it now instead of having it earlier in the year? Mrs. Merrell, who is in charge of the clubs and she’s one of the special education teachers, had this to say, “ The school had a grant for it so I had to do it. “ But why did they, the school, give us clubs? Mrs. Merrell explained, “ We wanted to give students something to do after school. It seems that Mrs. Merrell has explained why we have clubs now but what do the students think?

Article: Get rid of your seventh grade fear

Attributions: 
Article by Leslie Ruiz - SJHS Student Staff Writer

For those of you that are in seventh grade it can be a little hard to deal with this new school year. It’s a new school, new people, new staff, and pretty much a new kind of lifestyle. A lot of you are probably feeling a bit overwhelmed and scared, but you just remember one thing. We all went through seventh grade. Your teachers, your ‘cool’ older siblings, everyone went through the horror that is seventh grade.  

Pages