Welcome to Springville Junior High School!

Traditional Chinese Art Forms

Submitted by brenda.granzini on Mon, 03/14/2022 - 14:20

Our class was experimenting with traditional Chinese art forms, such as calligraphy, embroidery, paper folding, and Chinese knot tying, right before Christmas. It was a fun way to learn more about Chinese culture and make gifts to take home for Christmas!

Attributions
Mrs. George

Info for the Week of 3/14/22 — Información para la semana del 14/03/22

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Fri, 03/11/2022 - 13:29

Desplaza hacia abajo para Español.

Thank you to the cast and crew of Matilda for putting on a great show for our students this morning! The show continues this weekend and on Monday. You may purchase tickets online or at the door. General admission tickets are $6, and tickets for students or senior citizens are $5. We are proud of our students and impressed with their talent and dedication. Thank you to Mrs. Gwilliam, Ms. Jensen, and Mrs. Young for all of their work! Other upcoming events:

Attributions
Tiffanie Miley, Principal

Info for the Week of 3/7/22 — Información para la semana del 07/03/22

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Fri, 03/04/2022 - 18:27

Desplaza hacia abajo para Español.

We are finishing up another great week at Springville Junior High. This week we had six teams of eighth graders attend the state We the People competition at UVU. Our school team came third place overall, and the group that focused on the question “How was the Constitution used to establish our government?” came in first place for the entire state of Utah! We are so proud of their hard work! It has been impressive to see how much our eighth graders have learned about the Constitution and how they have been able to apply that learning to complicated questions. Here are our upcoming events:

Attributions
Tiffanie Miley, Principal

We the People - STATE!

Submitted by brenda.granzini on Thu, 03/03/2022 - 14:51

Our students competed at the state We the People competition yesterday. 

Our unit 4 team took 1st place and overall Springville JR took 3rd place.

We are beyond proud of our students!

Attributions
Mrs. Burge

Brinley Weight

Submitted by brenda.granzini on Tue, 03/01/2022 - 15:00

A couple of weekends ago, 14 SHS swimmers competed at the State 5A Championship swim meet. The 5A division is by far the most competitive in the state. Only the top 32 swimmers in the state are selected in each event to participate. Of the 33 eligible 5A schools, there were only representatives from 26 women’s teams and 24 men’s teams. Overall, the SHS women’s team placed 13th and the men’s team placed 8th.

Our very own 9th grader Brinley Weight was one of the swimmers who participated in the state meet and she had a great meet!

Be An Ally 2.25.22

Submitted by brenda.granzini on Fri, 02/25/2022 - 12:23

Cy Chrisman - Cy was absent, but he emailed teachers about missing assignments. He had them ready to turn in when he returned to school. He didn’t miss a beat. Thanks for being on top of your schoolwork. 

Kristofer Wesley - Kristofer is so friendly. I appreciate his smile. His happiness makes me happy. 

Imogen Weight - Imogen is a great leader and she is always including everyone in her group work. You can tell she really cares for others.  

Jade Langholf - Jade volunteered to translate for a new English speaker daily and demonstrated true care and concern for the student.  

Info for the Week of 2/28/22 — Información para la semana del 28/02/22

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Fri, 02/25/2022 - 09:59

Desplaza hacia abajo para Español.

Between FFA Week and We the People, we’ve had a great week. Congratulations to our students who received their Greenhand degree from the Springville chapter of FFA and our US History students who were so impressive during our We the People event! Thank you to our FFA, Mrs. Henrickson, and our US History teachers for all of their efforts! 

If you have not yet completed this year’s stakeholder survey to provide feedback about the school and faculty, it is open until Monday, February 28. Next week’s events:

Attributions
Tiffanie Miley, Principal