Welcome to Springville Junior High School!

Summer hours:

  • The main office will be open from 8:00am - 1:00pm, Monday - Thursday each week.
  • The finance office will be open from 9:00am - 1:00pm, Tuesday - Thursday each week.
  • The counseling office will be open from 9:00am - 1:00pm each Wednesday.

Ninth graders enjoy their last year before high school

Submitted by ts on Wed, 09/23/2009 - 13:54

This year is the ninth graders' last year at SJHS. Next year the ninth graders will go to the high school where they have only four classes a day, and they will go to the other four classes the next day.

Jace Hartman, the student council president at SJHS, is looking forward to driving, driver’s education, playing baseball on the ninth grade team, and football.  He said, “I am looking forward to high school, but my friends tell me that you can’t talk in the halls or you’ll be late to class. You’ve got to go straight to class.”

Andrew Garza SJHS Staff Writer

Springville Junior High’s New Tardy Policy

Submitted by ts on Wed, 09/23/2009 - 13:53

Springville Junior High School has a new tardy policy. For many years, students had to go to Morning Enrichment at seven o’clock if they were tardy to class.  This year, SJHS has switched to a lunch detention tardy policy.

Once students have been tardy twice, or have sluffed class, they must report to detention at lunch. Students have five minutes to get lunch and go to the detention area. The detention area is behind an expandable wall in the lunchroom.  Kids must eat lunch and then sit quietly or do homework.

Christopher Taylor SJHS Staff Writer

New Instructor of the Fine Arts at SJHS

Submitted by ts on Wed, 09/23/2009 - 13:51

There’s a new professor teaching the fine arts at Springville Junior High. Mr. Mitch Cudney replaced Mr. Jethro Gillispie as the art and photography teacher.  Mr. Cudney has been teaching for four years, but this is his first year teaching at a junior high.
According to Mr. Cudney, there’s probably more good art work coming from the Springville High School, but it’s still too early to tell. He hopes to get students more excited about getting creative and excited about all the different kinds of art.

Kenia Martinez SJHS Staff Writer

New Seventh Graders at SJHS

Submitted by ts on Wed, 09/23/2009 - 13:50

With the new school year starting to pick up speed, Springville Junior High is excited to get to know and teach the new seventh graders. The new seventh graders are also excited to get to know the school a little better and begin their classes. “It’s kind of scary, but fun because you get to try something new!” Peggy Sorenson, a seventh grader at Springville Junior High, explained.

Kara Dunn SJHS Staff Writer