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Get to know Cole Herlevi and why he likes school

Submitted by tara.pina on Tue, 09/29/2020 - 10:10
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Article written by student: Aspen Cook

Cole Herlevi is in 9th grade and has been going to Springville jr for all 3 years. His favorite thing about SJHS is his friends and teachers. “My favorite class is science.” The reason why Cole likes science is because of his teacher Mr. Kendric. “He is funny and makes class fun.” Cole explains.  Cole’s electives are yearbook and Chinese. This year is the most different year of all because of COVID-19. One of Cole’s favorite changes this year is getting to eat outside with friends. He normally brings a home lunch with a sandwich and cheez-its! One thing that friendly Cole doesn’t like about the new restrictions is “not being able to do group activities and not moving around in class.” In his free time Cole likes to hang out with friends. His favorite things to do with his friends is talk. Coles favorite hobby is mountain biking at Maple Cannon. Cole Herlevi likes to be with friends and is glad that he could be back at school instead of doing it online!

Behind the Mask of Francesca Campbell

Submitted by tara.pina on Tue, 09/29/2020 - 10:08
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Article written by student: Megan Conrad

Thomas Hardy said, “The perfect woman is a hardworking woman; not an idler; not a fine lady; but one that uses her hands and her head and her heart for the good of others.” This can relate to any hard working woman or girl, but I am going to shine on one of our own independent, fun, hardworking, student council representatives,Francesca Campbell!

            Francesca is 9 grader here at Springville Junior High, and definitely one of the hard-working students here. She is a part of many different clubs. Some of them include Hope Squad, National Junior Honor Society(NJHS), the yearbook team, and Student Council. She said she joined these clubs because she likes to help and be involved with our school community. 

           She is also hard working in another way. Francesca is also on the Springville High School sophomore volleyball team. She plays as the Libero, and loves that she is always in the middle of the game. She started out actually not really liking volleyball. She realized that if she worked hard and got better at it, she could enjoy it. So four and a half years later, she loves it. This year is a little different for sports because of the super popular COVID-19. They have to wear masks on the sidelines at the games, she has to have her temperature checked at practice and the coaches have to wear masks, and if one person gets tested positive on the team, the whole team goes into quarantine.

            Along with these sport restrictions, COVID threw off other parts of Francesca’s life too. She said that her family had planned on going to Montana and Canada this past summer, but due to the Coronavirus, they had to postpone their trips till next summer. She did say that they will still go on smaller trips, like to Colorado before then. 

             Besides traveling, she likes to play baseball with her family. She says that she usually plays 1st base or pitcher. Francesca will also sometimes lift weights for fun. Other than playing sports, Francesca likes to sleep, eat (especially ice cream), and she loves to shoe shop. Her favorite brand is Nike because, “They come in many different styles and colors. I will find something I have never seen before. They all are unique, and are for everyone.” She also is a big social media fan. Her favorite apps are Tik Tok because she likes the variety of videos you can find, and Snapchat because, “That’s how I keep in touch with friends from old schools.” 

              I asked Francesca what advice would she give to 7th graders that are coming to SJHS. She said that, “Make something of the time you have in this school. Seventh grade sucks, but school will get better in the future.” For Francesca’s future, she wants to play college volleyball and be a child psychologist. She also said she wants a dog, because she’s always wanted one, but has never gotten one yet.

          As Vince Lombardi said, “The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.” This basically says, we have to be determined to do a good job, and we have to be in it 100%. Francesca is a good example of this, because she always is a hard worker at school, clubs, and sports. Since Francesca is a 9th grader, she will be moving on to high school next year. Even though people move on in life, their influence is imprinted in our school and hearts.

 

Megan Conrad!!

Submitted by tara.pina on Tue, 09/29/2020 - 10:05
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Article written by student: Francesca Campbell

 

Hill Harper once said, “Believe in yourself, work hard, work smart and passionately and present your best  self to the world.” A great example of this is Megan Conrad.

Megan is a 9th grader here at Springville Jr High and loves to learn. She is very smart and is hardworking. She hopes to one day grow up and become a forensic scientist. She also wishes to achieve her pilot's license. Her favorite school subject is math because she likes to deal with and solve problems. Megan likes to get involved with sports at school. She has been playing different sports for the past 10 years and has played soccer for nine years. Whether it's playing soccer, or basketball, Megan loves to get involved with sports. And during the past summer she decided to try something new, tennis! She is currently on the JV tennis team for SJHS and hopes to work her way up to Varsity. When asked what one of her accomplishments was, she said, “Becoming more confident in sports, where I'm not afraid to take a chance. ” Megan is very hopeful for a bright and successful life and she hopes to travel and live her life the best she can. She is excited for high school because she is ready to explore her options and opportunities to choose her career path.

What’s it like to be on the tennis team in SJHS and a student?

Submitted by tara.pina on Tue, 09/29/2020 - 10:00
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Article written by: Edgar Arguelles, student

Like one of the students in SJHS! Kira Elias!

Kiara Elias is a 13-year old that is on the tennis team. She also loves our school. She really likes the teachers in SJHS and the way the teachers teach students in our school at SJHS. Does she like being a student in SJHS? Kiara: “ I like it” she really likes school in general. In SJHS we have the option to choose some of our interesting fun classes, some sports, and clubs. Kiara is taking some of the normal classes as every student does. But the class she really likes and is taking right now is yearbook class is her favorite at the moment. The sport she's taking right now is tennis and hopefully she wins in all her games because she’s literally amazing! Something she wants other people to know about her is that she has been playing the piano since she was 5 years old! And her favorite activity/ hobby is painting and drawing! 

We are so glad to have an astronomically amazing student Kiara in our school in SJHS this year and in our spectacular tennis team!!

 

Info for the Week of 9/28/20 -- Información para la semana del 28/9/20

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Fri, 09/25/2020 - 18:02
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Tiffanie Miley, Principal

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Dear SJHS parents and guardians:

We hope that you are having a good Friday! Here are next week’s calendar items:

  • Tuesday through Friday, 9/29/20-10/2/20, from 2:30-4:00 each day: Zoom Mini-conferences (see below for details)
  • Thursday, 10/1/20: Girls tennis at Maple Mountain High School at 3:30pm / School Community Council meeting at 3:30pm at the District Office in Spanish Fork. Please meet in the boardroom.
  • Friday, 10/2/20: Cross Country at Spanish Fork Junior High at 4:30pm

Zoom mini-conferences: 

  • Teachers will be available for five-minute long Zoom mini-conferences with parents one afternoon next week.
  • Please see this schedule for dates and links to sign up for appointments. If you’d like to email any of our teachers, you can find email addresses on the faculty page of the school website.

Other upcoming events:

  • Tuesday, October 6: Picture Make-up Day -- Remote learners are invited to come get their pictures taken at 9:30am in the cafetorium.
  • Thursday and Friday, October 15 and 16: Fall Break

Have a great weekend,
Tiffanie Miley
Principal
Springville Junior High School

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Estimados padres y tutores de SJHS:

¡Esperamos que estén teniendo un buen viernes! Aquí están los elementos del calendario de la próxima semana:

  • Martes a Viernes, 29/9/20 -2/10/20, de 2:30- 4:00 cada día: Zoom Mini-conferencias (vea más abajo para detalles)
  • Jueves, 1/10/20: Tenis para niñas en Maple Mountain High School a las 3:30 pm / Reunión del Consejo Comunitario Escolar a las 3:30 pm en la Oficina del Distrito en Spanish Fork. Reúnase en la sala de juntas.
  • Viernes, 2/10/20: Cross Country en Spanish Fork Junior High a las 4:30 pm

Conferencias de Zoom:

  • Los maestros estarán disponibles para cinco minutos para conversar con los padres una tarde de la próxima semana.
  • Consulte este calendario para conocer las fechas y los enlaces para inscribirse en las citas. Si desea enviar un correo electrónico a alguno de nuestros maestros, puede encontrar direcciones de correo electrónico en la página de la facultad del sitio web de la escuela.

Otros eventos próximos:

  • Martes 6 de Octubre: Día de recuperación de fotografías--Se invita a los estudiantes remotos a que se tomen fotografías a las 9:30 am en el comedor.
  • Jueves y Viernes, 15 y 16 de octubre: Vacaciones de otoño

Que tengas un gran fin de semana,
Tiffanie Miley
Directora
Springville Junior High School

Zoom Mini-Conferences / Miniconferencias de Zoom

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Fri, 09/25/2020 - 16:34
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Tiffanie Miley, Principal

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Teachers will be available for five-minute long Zoom mini-conferences one afternoon this week. Please see this schedule for dates and links to sign up for appointments. If you’d like to email any of our teachers, you can find email addresses on the faculty page.

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Los maestros estarán disponibles para las miniconferencias de Zoom de cinco minutos una tarde de la esta semana. Consulte este programa para conocer las fechas y los enlaces para inscribirse en las citas. Si desea enviar un correo electrónico a alguno de nuestros maestros, puede encontrar direcciones de correo electrónico en la página de la facultad.

Parent-Teacher Conference / Conferencia de Padres y Maestros

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Wed, 09/23/2020 - 18:27
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Tiffanie Miley, Principal

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Dear SJHS parents and guardians:

This is just a quick reminder that parent-teacher conferences will be held tomorrow--Thursday, September 24--from 3:30-7:00pm. Teachers will be available in their classrooms, and there is no appointment necessary.

Prior to coming to the conferences that evening, we would like to encourage all parents and students to log in to iCampus to check the current status of grades and missing assignments. If you are able to get this information online ahead of time, it will allow parents and teachers to have fuller conversations that evening.

We are asking that each family limit their attendance to one parent and child where possible. There will be chairs in the hallway where you can wait for teachers to become available. We would like to specifically invite parents of students who may be struggling in school. If your child is doing well in all of their classes, please email teachers if you have any questions or concerns.

Please don’t forget to wear a mask to tomorrow afternoon’s conferences. We are looking forward to seeing you!

Thanks,
Tiffanie Miley
Principal
Springville Junior High School

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Estimados padres y tutores de SJHS:

Esto es solo un recordatorio rápido de que las conferencias de padres y maestros se llevarán a cabo mañana, jueves 24 de septiembre, de 3:30 a 7:00 p.m. Los maestros estarán disponibles en sus aulas y no es necesario programar una cita.

Antes de asistir a las conferencias esa noche, nos gustaría alentar a todos los padres y estudiantes a iniciar sesión en iCampus para verificar el estado actual de las calificaciones y las tareas faltantes. Si puede obtener esta información en línea con anticipación, permitirá a los padres y maestros tener conversaciones más completas esa noche.

Pedimos que cada familia limite su asistencia a un padre (o guardián) e hijo cuando sea posible. Habrá sillas en el pasillo donde puede esperar a que los maestros estén disponibles. Nos gustaría invitar específicamente a los padres de estudiantes que puedan tener dificultades en la escuela. Si a su hijo le está yendo bien en todas las clases, envíe un correo electrónico a los maestros si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud.

Por favor, no olvide usar una máscara para las conferencias de mañana por la tarde. ¡Esperamos con ansia verte!

Gracias,
Tiffanie Miley
Directora
Springville Junior High School

Info for the Week of 9/21/20 -- Información para la Semana del 21/9/20

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Fri, 09/18/2020 - 18:18
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Tiffanie Miley, Principal

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Dear SJHS parents and guardians:

We are looking forward to our first parent-teacher conference next Thursday from 3:30 to 7:00pm. Our PTA is generously providing dinner for our teachers that afternoon. If you would like to help out, please click here to see the different salads that can be donated. If you would like to join PTA or are interested in helping with any PTA activities throughout the year, please click here.

We have been excited to see about 50 more students eating breakfast and 150 more students eating lunch each day this week. One breakfast and one lunch are now free each day for SJHS students. Our food services staff have done a great job keeping up with the increased demand!

Teachers are updating our learning management systems, Canvas or Google Classroom, at the end of each school day. If your child is absent, please encourage them to check Canvas or Classroom so they can be caught up when they return to school. The return to school will go much smoother if students are able to check online and stay up to date.

Next week’s calendar items:

  • Monday, 9/21/20: Minimal Day -- Students will be released at 11:15. Breakfast will be served, but lunch will not.
  • Tuesday, 9/22/20: Girls tennis vs. Diamond Fork Junior High @ Springville Junior High School at 3:30. Please maintain a physical distance of at least six feet from individuals not of the same household. Spectators will be expected to wear a mask if it is not possible to stay six feet apart.
  • Thursday, 9/24/20: Parent-teacher conferences in classrooms from 3:30 to 7:00pm. / Girls tennis vs. Spanish Fork Junior High @ Springville High School at 3:30
  • Friday, 9/25/20: Cross Country at home vs. Diamond Fork and Payson Junior at 4:30. Please maintain a physical distance of at least six feet from individuals not of the same household. Spectators will be expected to wear a mask if it is not possible to stay six feet apart. Please be especially aware of this at the finish line.

Parent-Teacher Conferences:

We will be changing our procedures this year to limit the number of people in the building that evening. Rather than meeting in the gym, teachers will be available in their classrooms. Prior to coming to the conferences that evening, we would like to encourage all parents and students to log in to iCampus to check the current status of grades and missing assignments. If you are able to get this information online ahead of time, it will allow parents and teachers to have fuller conversations that evening.

We are asking that each family limit their attendance to one parent and child where possible. There will be chairs in the hallway where you can wait for teachers to become available. We would like to specifically invite parents of students who may be struggling in school. If your child is doing well in all of their classes, please email teachers if you have any questions or concerns.

Each department will also hold those Zoom meetings on the following days from 2:30 - 4:00pm:

  • Tuesday, 9/29/20: English, Fine Arts
  • Wednesday, 9/30/20: Math, World Language, Dual Language Immersion
  • Thursday, 10/1/20: Science, PE, Health
  • Friday, 10/2/20: Social Studies, CTE

We will send out additional information next week with information about how to make appointments with teachers for the zoom meetings.

If you’d like to stay up to date with school events, please visit:

If you are interested in being a substitute teacher, please contact Kelly Services. You can specify that you would just like to sub at certain schools; please put SJHS as your top priority if you’d like Kelly Services to call about sub jobs here first. We have great kids at SJHS, and we would love to have you join us!

Have a good weekend,
Tiffanie Miley
Principal
Springville Junior High School

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Estimados padres y tutores de SJHS:

Esperamos con ansias nuestra primera conferencia de padres y maestros el próximo jueves de 3:30 a 7:00 pm. Nuestra PTA ofrece generosamente una cena para nuestros maestros esa tarde. Si desea ayudar, haga clic aquí para ver las diferentes ensaladas que se pueden donar. Si desea unirse a la PTA o está interesado en ayudar con las actividades de la PTA durante el año, haga clic aquí.

Estamos emocionados de ver a 50 estudiantes más desayunando y 150 estudiantes más almorzando cada día esta semana. Un desayuno y un almuerzo ahora son gratis todos los días para los estudiantes de SJHS. ¡Nuestro personal de servicios de alimentos ha hecho un gran trabajo manteniéndose al día con el aumento de la demanda!

Los maestros están actualizando nuestros sistemas de gestión del aprendizaje, Canvas o Google Classroom, al final de cada día escolar. Si su hijo está ausente, anímelo a revisar Canvas o Classroom para que puedan ponerse al día cuando regresen a la escuela. El regreso a la escuela será mucho más sencillo si los estudiantes pueden verificar en línea y mantenerse al día.

Elementos del calendario de la próxima semana:

  • Lunes, 21/9/20: Día mínimo - Los estudiantes saldrán a las 11:15. Se servirá desayuno, pero no almuerzo.
  • Martes, 9/22/20: tenis de las muchachas contra Spanish Fork Junior High @ Springville Junior High a las 3:30. Mantenga una distancia física de al menos seis pies de personas que no pertenecen al mismo hogar. Se espera que los espectadores usen una máscara si no es posible permanecer a seis pies de distancia.
  • Jueves, 24/9/20: Conferencias de padres y maestros en los salones de clases de 3:30 a 7:00 pm. / Tenis de niñas vs. Spanish Fork Junior High en Springville High School a las 3:30
  • Viernes, 25/9/20: Cross Country en casa vs. Diamond Fork y Payson Junior a las 4:30. Mantenga una distancia física de al menos seis pies de personas que no pertenecen al mismo hogar. Se espera que los espectadores usen una máscara si no es posible permanecer a seis pies de distancia. Tenga especial cuidado con esto en la línea de meta.

Conferencias de padres y maestros:

Este año cambiaremos nuestros procedimientos para limitar el número de personas en el edificio esa noche. En lugar de reunirse en el gimnasio, los maestros estarán disponibles en sus aulas. Antes de asistir a las conferencias esa noche, nos gustaría alentar a todos los padres y estudiantes a iniciar sesión en iCampus para verificar el estado actual de las calificaciones y las tareas faltantes. Si puede obtener esta información en línea con anticipación, permitirá a los padres y maestros tener conversaciones más completas esa noche.

Pedimos que cada familia limite su asistencia a un padre (o guardián) e hijo cuando sea posible. Habrá sillas en el pasillo donde puede esperar a que los maestros estén disponibles. Nos gustaría invitar específicamente a los padres de estudiantes que puedan tener dificultades en la escuela. Si a su hijo le está yendo bien en todas las clases, envíe un correo electrónico a los maestros si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud.

Cada departamento también llevará a cabo esas reuniones de Zoom en los siguientes días de 2:30 a 4:00 pm:

  • Martes, 29/9/20: Inglés, Bellas artes
  • Miércoles, 30/9/20: Matemáticas, Idiomas del mundo, Inmersión en dos idiomas
  • Jueves , 1/10/20: Ciencias, Educación Física, Salud
  • Viernes, 2/10/20: Estudios Sociales, CTE

Enviaremos información adicional la próxima semana con información sobre cómo hacer citas con los maestros para las reuniones de zoom.

Si desea mantenerse al día con los eventos escolares, visite:

Si está interesado en ser un maestro sustituto, comuníquese con Kelly Services. Puede especificar que solo le gustaría realizar una subvención en ciertas escuelas; por favor coloque a SJHS como su principal prioridad si desea que Kelly Services llame primero aquí sobre los trabajos secundarios. Tenemos grandes niños en SJHS, ¡y nos encantaría que se uniera a nosotros!

Que tengas un buen fin de semana,
Tiffanie Miley
Directora
Springville Junior High School

SJHS info for the week of 9/14/20 -- Información de SJHS

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Fri, 09/11/2020 - 16:05
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Tiffanie Miley, Principal

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Dear SJHS parents and guardians:

We had a great Be An Ally Week this week! Many of our students participated in daily challenges, making new friends and getting to know new people. Students who participated in the challenges or who were caught being an ally to others received tickets and were entered in a daily drawing. We saw participation increase each day and hope that students were able to internalize the idea that being an ally means treating each other in a way that makes everyone feel welcome, safe, and included at school. We love our students and want them all to truly feel that they are part of the Springville Junior High family.

Beginning Monday, September 14, 2020, our cafeteria will serve breakfast and lunch for free to all SJHS students. We are excited about this opportunity and look forward to feeding more of our students each day! For the first couple weeks, we are unsure of how many students will be eating school lunch each day. Our lunch crew will prepare and cook hot lunch each day for our students. If there are more students than expected eating school lunch, our cafeteria staff will have sandwiches prepared so that all students who want a lunch can have one. It may take a week or two for our numbers to stabilize well enough to be able to plan accurately for hot lunches. We have such a fantastic food service staff here at Springville Junior High! They worked throughout last spring to serve breakfast and lunch each day, and have continued to provide great food to our students everyday this fall. They love serving our kids, and we appreciate their work every day! For more details from Nebo District about this program, please click here.

Upcoming events:

  • Tuesday, 9/15/20, 3:30pm: Girls tennis vs. Payson Junior High at the Springville High School tennis courts
  • Wednesday, 9/16/20, 3:00pm: School Community Council in room S201
  • Thursday, 9/17/20, 3:30pm: Girls tennis vs. Salem Junior High at the Springville High School tennis courts
  • Friday, 9/18/20, 4:30pm: Cross Country vs. Diamond Fork and Mapleton Junior High at Diamond Fork Junior High School
  • Monday, 9/21/20: Minimal Day -- Students will be released at 11:15am for teachers to participate in an afternoon of professional development. Lunch will not be served.
  • Parent-Teacher Conference: Our first parent-teacher conference of the year will be held on Thursday, September 24. We will be changing our procedures this year to limit the number of people in the building that evening. Rather than meeting in the gym, teachers will be available in their classrooms. We are asking that each family limit their attendance to one parent and child where possible. We would like to specifically invite parents of students who may be struggling in school. If your child is doing well in all of their classes, we would encourage you to email teachers if you have any questions or concerns. We will also have Zoom appointment times available during the week of September 28. I will send out additional information about our Zoom conferences as they get closer. We are still working through the logistical details at this time.

We are grateful for the efforts of our students and teachers as they have adjusted to the new way of doing things this year. Students are wearing masks and helping to keep their learning spaces clean. Teachers have adjusted their way of teaching to accommodate new protocols and spend time each day preparing online work for students who have been absent. We are grateful for their efforts in bridging the distance between school and home when our kids are unable to attend in person for a few days. We also appreciate families keeping their students at home when they are sick or have been exposed to COVID. Our school has remained very healthy, which has been wonderful! We are so glad to be in person each day.

Have a good weekend,
Tiffanie Miley
Principal
Springville Junior High School

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Estimados padres y tutores de SJHS:

¡Tuvimos una gran semana de Be An Ally! Muchos de nuestros estudiantes participaron en desafíos diarios, hicieron amigos nuevos y conocieron gente nueva. Los estudiantes que participaron en los desafíos o que fueron atrapadas siendo aliados de otros recibieron boletos y fueron inscritos en un sorteo diario. Vimos que la participación aumentaba cada día y esperamos que los estudiantes pudieran interiorizar la idea de que ser un aliado significa tratarse unos a otros de una manera que haga que todos se sientan bienvenidos, seguros e incluidos en la escuela. Amamos a nuestros estudiantes y queremos que todos sientan realmente que son parte de la familia de Springville Junior High.

A partir del lunes 14 de septiembre de 2020, nuestra cafetería servirá desayuno y almuerzo gratis a todos los estudiantes de SJHS. ¡Estamos entusiasmados con esta oportunidad y esperamos poder alimentar a más estudiantes cada día! Durante las primeras dos semanas, no estamos seguros de cuántos estudiantes comerán el almuerzo escolar cada día. Nuestro equipo de almuerzo preparará y cocinará almuerzos calientes todos los días para nuestros estudiantes. Si hay más estudiantes de lo esperado comiendo el almuerzo escolar, nuestro personal de la cafetería preparará sándwiches para que todos los estudiantes que quieran un almuerzo puedan tenerlo. Puede tomar una semana o dos para que nuestros números se estabilicen lo suficientemente bien como para poder planificar con precisión los almuerzos calientes. ¡Tenemos un personal de servicio de comidas fantástico aquí en Springville Junior High! Trabajaron durante la primavera pasada para servir el desayuno y el almuerzo todos los días, y han continuado brindando excelente comida a nuestros estudiantes todos los días este otoño. Les encanta servir a nuestros hijos y apreciamos su trabajo todos los días. Para obtener más detalles del distrito de Nebo sobre este programa, haga clic aquí.

Próximos eventos:

  • Martes, 15/9/20, 3:30 pm: Tenis de niñas vs.Payson Junior High en las canchas de tenis de Springville High School
  • Miércoles, 16/9/20, 3:00 pm: Consejo de la comunidad escolar en el salón S201
  • Jueves, 17/9/20, 3:30 pm: Tenis de niñas contra Salem Junior High en las canchas de tenis de Springville High School
  • Viernes, 18/9/20, 4:30 pm: Cross Country contra Diamond Fork y Mapleton Junior High en Diamond Fork Junior High Escuela
  • Lunes, 21/9/20: Día mínimo: los estudiantes saldrán a las 11:15 am para que los maestros participen en una tarde de desarrollo profesional. No se servirá almuerzo.
  • Conferencia de padres y maestros: Nuestra primera conferencia de padres y maestros del año se llevará a cabo el jueves 24 de septiembre. Este año cambiaremos nuestros procedimientos para limitar el número de personas en el edificio esa noche. En lugar de reunirse en el gimnasio, los maestros estarán disponibles en sus aulas. Pedimos que cada familia limite su asistencia a un padre e hijo cuando sea posible. Nos gustaría invitar específicamente a los padres de estudiantes que puedan tener dificultades en la escuela. Si a su hijo le está yendo bien en todas sus clases, le recomendamos que envíe un correo electrónico a los maestros si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud. También tendremos horarios de citas de Zoom disponibles durante la semana del 28 de septiembre. Enviaré información adicional sobre nuestras conferencias de Zoom a medida que se acerquen. Todavía estamos trabajando en los detalles logísticos en este momento.

Estamos agradecidos por los esfuerzos de nuestros estudiantes y maestros ya que se han adaptado a la nueva forma de hacer las cosas este año. Los estudiantes usan máscaras y ayudan a mantener limpios sus espacios de aprendizaje. Los maestros han ajustado su forma de enseñar para adaptarse a los nuevos protocolos y dedicar tiempo cada día a preparar el trabajo en línea para los estudiantes que han estado ausentes. Estamos agradecidos por sus esfuerzos para salvar la distancia entre la escuela y el hogar cuando nuestros hijos no pueden asistir en persona durante unos días. También agradecemos a las familias que mantienen a sus estudiantes en casa cuando están enfermos o han estado expuestos a COVID. Nuestra escuela se ha mantenido muy saludable, ¡lo cual ha sido maravilloso! Estamos muy contentos de estar en persona todos los días.

Que tengas un buen fin de semana,
Tiffanie Miley
Directora
Springville Junior High School

 

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