February 2020

6th Graders visit SJHS!

Submitted by tara.pina on Fri, 02/28/2020 - 11:37

Everyone is preparing for the next step of 2020 and for Springville Junior High that means the 6th grade tours. The 6th graders came on January 28th and January 31st, and the Student Council members were asked to give them a tour of our school. Coleman Jarvis, a member of the Student council,  states, “They told me to prepare to answer their questions and make them feel like home here at our school because it’s a hard transition.” The main goal of doing these tours is to introduce the 6th graders to our school and to help them to be less nervous about coming to the Junior High.

Article written by student: Sadie Crandall

Behind the Scenes: Yearbook Class

Submitted by tara.pina on Fri, 02/28/2020 - 11:35

Have you ever wondered what it’s really like in yearbook class? Zoie Erikkson says, “I love that yearbook brings out the creative side in me. It’s a really fun class!” And I think everyone currently in yearbook would agree.

Brooke Constantine says, “I love that yearbook is such a chill class. It’s a good break from all my other classes.” We like to have tons of fun in yearbook class! We have at least 1 party every term to celebrate meeting deadlines, plus you get a lot of freedom to work at your own pace. 

Article written by student: By: Mayci Cornaby

Utah Shakespeare Festival Touring Company Free Performance- Extra Credit for 9th Grade Students

Submitted by tara.pina on Wed, 02/12/2020 - 11:20

The Utah Shakespeare Festival Touring Company will be performing Romeo and Juliet Monday evening, March 16, 2020, 7 p.m. at Springville High School. This performance is free to the public. All ninth-graders are studying Romeo and Juliet this year and will be offered extra credit in their English class for attending the performance. 

By Lana Hiskey

Kids Who Count - Early Intervention Services for Nebo Families

Submitted by tara.pina on Wed, 02/12/2020 - 11:17

Since 1986, Kids Who Count has provided Early Intervention services to families of young children residing in the Nebo School District boundaries. We’ve helped thousands of families and children and we can help you. If you are concerned about your baby or toddler’s development or had a medical professional talk to you about some milestones your child hasn’t yet reached, you may be eligible for early intervention services. The purpose of Early Intervention is to enhance early growth and development in infants and toddlers under three, who have developmental delays or disabilities. Anyone can make a referral to receive a full assessment of your child’s health and developmental status at no cost.

Lana Hiskey