10/21/22 SJHS Newsletter — 21/10/22 Boletín SJHS

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Next week is college week! Our counselors have planned different activities throughout the week to help students learn a little more about different post-high school options. We’re excited for our students to learn about the different opportunities they will have a chance to choose from in the future. Please take a look at our Counseling Department newsletter for more information about College Week and different supports available to our students. Next week’s events:

Tiffanie Miley, Principal

Red Ribbon Week!

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Red Ribbon Week is in full effect here at SJHS! 💥

Please check out the details, make sure to participate, and join our raffle drawing!💯

A huge thank you to our PTA for putting this together! ❤️

Be An Ally 10.7.22

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Congratulations to this weeks Be an Ally winners! 

⚡ Marco Fonesca
For Following instructions and asking for help

⚡ Nima Groves
Being willing to help her classmates

⚡ Chloe Magleby
Sharing her calculator with another student

⚡ Ellie Juarez
Being a positive and upbeat leader

Girl's Tennis Tournament!

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Over the last two days, our Springville Junior High JV and Varsity teams have had the opportunity to participate in a tournament with other Junior High Schools in our district. 🎾

Our JV singles and two double partners were undefeated in Monday’s matches and took 1st overall! 🥇

Every one of our Varsity players took 1st or 2nd in their position, and our team took second overall in Tuesday’s matches. 🏆

We have had such a great season and are so proud of these girls and their commitment and positive attitudes! 

Mrs. Egan

PBS Utah Storyteller 30th Annual Reading Marathon

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Want to Host Your Own Mini Reading Marathon?

PBS Utah is excited to offer support to small communities outside of Salt Lake County!

We want to help you promote the love of reading in your community. 

Libraries, schools, and non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply for support to host their own Mini Reading Marathon. Support ranges from $100-500.

Lana Hiskey