SJHS Intramural Schedule

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Tue, 03/16/2010 - 09:25

Springville Junior High PE department offers intramurals each day after school(except for early out Wesdnesdays).  Students are invited to come and play for fun or to make up PE absences.

Volleyball intramurals will run from March 15 until April 1.

Indoor Soccer will be offered after volley.  More details TBA.

Color Guard Tryouts

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Tue, 03/16/2010 - 09:22

Springville High School is hosting Color Guard tryouts for any students that will be attending the high school next year and are interested in joining the Color Guard team. Try outs will be April 12th, 13th, and 14th.

Color Guard is a dance team that not only consists of dancing, but also equipment work such as flags, rifles, and savors. 

People wanting to try out will learn a small dance routine and learn the basics of flag work, and then have to perform in front of the Color Guard instructor.

Attributions
Kara Dunn, SJHS Staff Writer

Amazing Soccer Player at SJHS

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Tue, 03/16/2010 - 09:21

At Springville Junior High, there are some pretty amazing students with some unique talents. One of these incredible students is eighth grader Danica Nusink.

Danica’s talent is soccer, but she’s no ordinary soccer player.  Out of about 200 soccer players, Danica was one of the 36 people in her age group who made it to the State ODP, which stands for Olympic Development Program. ODP trains the top players state wide, and after the players make State, they can move on to Regional and even National.

Danica started playing soccer about two years ago.  Danica explained, “My friends were doing it, and I was playing on a school team, so I decided to try out for competitive soccer.” 

Attributions
Kristi Hatch, SJHS Staff Writer

Learning Chinese at SJHS

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Mon, 03/01/2010 - 15:54

For the second year at SJHS, one of the many elective classes that is available is Chinese.  The Chinese class has a wonderful teacher, Mrs. Debra Wells, and the students enjoy it. 

Attributions
Kristi Hatch, SJHS Staff Writer

Seventh Graders at SJHS Get Jobs

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Tue, 02/23/2010 - 12:13

Seventh graders at SJHS skipped school on February 5th and spend a day acting as an adult for Job Shadow Day.  Job Shadow Day is a day where the seventh graders spend a day with someone who has a job and learns about that job.

Ms. Josie Jarvis, CTE teacher at Springville Junior High, said, “Job Shadow Day is really beneficial because students get the opportunity to spend the whole day observing a specific job that they may be interested in. We want students to get thinking about a career path, so they can explore different paths before they head down a certain career path.”

Attributions
Kara Dunn, SJHS Staff Writer

Journalism Presents to Nebo School Board

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Mon, 02/22/2010 - 14:09

On Wednesday, February 10, 2010, the journalism class of SJHS made a presentation to the Nebo District School Board.  Using the same presentation as when they presented to the Nebo PTA, the journalism class impressed the School Board. 

Mr. Rolfe, the principal of SJHS, introduced the class and the teacher, Ms. Miley.  Then three students of the class, Kara Dunn, Katya Wagstaff, and Christopher Taylor presented a brief summary about what the duties and opportunities of the journalism class, after which there was a video presentation that Ms. Miley put together. 

Attributions
Kristi Hatch, SJHS Staff Writer

Super Bowl Debate

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Tue, 02/16/2010 - 13:19

In Mr. Shields’s eighth grade history classes, students have been debating and learning about politics as they determine who they think will win the 2010 Super Bowl.  On February 5, students used the Electoral College system to vote on who they thought would be this year’s champion. 

Attributions
Kristi Hatch, SJHS Staff Writer

Love is in the Air at SJHS

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Mon, 02/08/2010 - 10:25

Valentine's Day is a holiday that is celebrated throughout the world. It has never been confirmed as to where this holiday originated, but there are, however, many speculations. The Catholic Church recognizes at least three different saints named Valentine that were martyred, but the real origin has never been confirmed. 

Springville Junior High school is celebrating Valentines Day this year in a few different ways. The Service Learning class is creating Valentines that students can buy and give to other students. These Valentines will cost one dollar, and the service learning class will deliver them to the appropriate student during the students’ sixth period class. 

Attributions
Kara Dunn, SJHS Staff Writer

Spotlight on the Cello

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Mon, 02/08/2010 - 10:23




Have you ever been walking down the hall and heard the low hum of a cello? Every day the orchestra students have the opportunity to listen to the graceful sound of the Violoncello, Which is the long name for the cello. For the students who play the cello, “It’s great! I wish I could have 8 periods of orchestra!” said Reid Dwiggins, a cello player in the SJHS orchestra. Even the people who don’t play the cello love the sound.

Attributions
Jacob DeRosia SJHS Staff Writer