2024 Lagoon Information -- Información de la Lagoon

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We are excited to provide the Lagoon experience to our students this year on Tuesday, May 21st. We will begin selling bus tickets this Tuesday, April 23rd, for students to ride the bus up to Lagoon with the school. Students will need to turn in the signed parent permission form that they will get at school in order to purchase a bus ticket at the finance office. In order to be eligible to ride the bus, the following requirements must be met:

Attributions
Shauna Shepherd, Assistant Principal

Term 3 and Term 4 Super Knights

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Today we recognized some of our exceptional students as the term 3 and term 4 Super Knights. These students were nominated by their teachers because they exemplify what it means to be a Knight. They are kind, hard-working, responsible, and effective communicators. These are the students who brighten a room when they enter it, are always willing to lend a hand, and can be found uplifting their peers.

8th Grade Super Knights:

High School Football Tryouts

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Any 9th graders interested in participating in high school football next year need to attend an information meeting. This meeting will be held on March 26th at 6pm in the high school cafeteria. Parents and athletes are invited to attend to learn more.

3/11/24 SJHS Newsletter — 11/03/24 Boletín SJHS

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Dear SJHS families:

Today is the end of third term, and the new term starts on Monday. It’s hard to believe that summer is right around the corner. We have a lot going on in the next couple weeks — spring sports are starting, we’re having a school talent show, and there are some online workshops available to parents. Please take a look at our upcoming events:

Tuesday, 3/12/24: 

Attributions
Tiffanie Miley, Principal

SJHS Teachers Receive Nebo Education Foundation Grants

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Over at Springville Junior High, graphic novels are taking center stage thanks to grants awarded to Mrs. Hylton ($74.15) and Mrs. Jones ($292.75). These captivating narratives, with their unique blend of text and visuals, will engage students, encourage critical thinking, and open doors to diverse storytelling formats. Picture classrooms buzzing with discussions about character development, plot twists, and the unique power of graphic novels to entertain and inform.

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Seth Sorensen