Student News

Article: Cross Country

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Article by Kekoa Akiona - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Are you board at home every day after school because your friends are doing things? Is there a school sport that you could play? A sport that is fun, you can make friends, and succeed in running. A sport that you can make friends in and hang out with for hours. A sport that will make you feel good in the long run. Your answer is cross country. At Sjhs we are doing Cross Country.

Article: The Masters of Singing

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Article by Emily Snyder - SJHS Student Staff Writer

The Masters of Singing are here at SJHS! But first who are the Masters of Singing? The real name for them is Master Singers. Master Singers are the highest choir rank in our school here at SJHS. Master Singers is only for 8th and 9th graders, and only has one class period, which this year is fifth period. To get into Master Singers you need to have an audition, and auditions are held at the end of the year for 7th and 8th graders, who were not already in Master Singers that year. 8th graders that were in Master Singers in their 8th grade year do not have to audition again.

Article: Girls Tennis

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Article by Elizabella Francom - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Girls tennis is one of the many sports that we have here at Springville Jr high. Mr. Dahl a science teacher here at Springville Jr high is also the tennis coach. Each year he has tryouts which are two days long and he looks for the best girls there. And the next day everyone who tried out come to his classroom and  he will tell you if you made the team or if you didn’t and if you made call backs. If you get a callback you go to the tennis courts after school one day and you play a mini tournament.

Article: Chinese immersion: New to SJHS

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Article by Cheyenne Skinner - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Did you know that languages are easier when you learn them as a child? That’s why the Chinese immersion is so GREAT. The Chinese immersion started seven years ago. The students had one half of the day in chinese and the other half in English at Sage Creek. The students can not hear one word in english from their chinese teacher. Making it harder to understand what is going on, and easier to learn the chinese.

The Fight for Number One

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Article by Stazie Killpack - SJHS Student Staff Writer

During the first couple of weeks of school, Mr. Shields does a competition for his eighth grade students called “The Sweet Sixteen”, which is a competition to see who know the states the best. He stands at the board with a map of the U.S. Two students face off against each other and try to name the state that he points at the fastest. Who ever wins the most in the class moves onto the bracket play. They then face other people from other class periods and work their way through the bracket towards first place.  Eventually,  you have a winner who receives a prize from Mr. Shields.

Hope Squad Helps Springville Junior High

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Article by Ashlee Bayles - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Electricity is in the air as the students of Springville Junior High are in anticipation for the results of this years Hope Squad.  Hope Squad is a club that people vote for, it is initially to talk to people and make them feel better and spread hope to everyone.  The students at Springville Junior High vote for their peers to make up the Hope Squad.  The students chosen often hold meetings during Quest time, a free period if you don’t have a D or lower.  They will be the Hope Squad members until they leave the school if they choose to.  

Student Council, What even is it?

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Article by Amanda Gardner - SJHS Student Staff Writer

You’ve probably heard of the Student Council here at SJHS. Every year the students vote for 9th graders that run to be their leaders. Every school has one, but what do they even do, stand there at assemblies and smile? It turns out there is much more to it.

Student advisory has been CANCELLED?!

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Article by Taylor Benson - SJHS Student Staff Writer

This is no Adele song, but rumor has it that student advisory has been cancelled. Eighth and ninth grade students are surprised to arrive back at Springville Jr. High with the news. After a great summer, students discovered they have an extra quest time in place of Friday advisory. School year 2017-2018 will never be the same.

School’s almost over, what do you think?

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Article by Esmeralda Montoya - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Springville Jr High is almost to the last days of school. Kids here at SJHS have loved the school, the school has so many amazing things that happen here. The Talent Show, Hope week, etc, Students at Springville Jr High have loved the school because of all the fun they got to do. It’s really sad that this year is ending, but there is always next year. This year has been a blast, but next year will be a much more enjoyable year.

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