BELL & LUNCH SCHEDULE

Welcome back to school! Here is the bell schedule for the 2016-17 school year. Our 9th graders this year will have 1st Lunch, our 7th graders will have 2nd Lunch, and our 8th graders will be split between the two lunches. Lunch for our 8th graders is based on their 4th period teacher.

2016 -17 BELL SCHEDULE

  T,W,TH,F Monday
Period 1 8:00-9:05 8:00-9:10
Period 2 9:10-10:15 9:15-10:15
Period 3 10:20-11:25 10:20-11:20
First Lunch 11:25-11:55 11:20-11:50
Period 4 11:55-1:00 11:50-12:50
Period 4 11:30-12:35 11:25-12:25
Second Lunch 12:35-1:05 12:25-12:55
Period 5 1:05-2:10 12:55-1:55
OLYMPIC TM/ADV 2:15-2:40  

1st  Lunch - 9th & 8th Graders
Boyer (B Day), Brandon (B Day), Guilbert, Haight, Hayes, Hernandez, James (A Day), Johnson, Jorgensen, Keliiliki (A Day), Larsen (B Day), McGrath (B Day), Mendenhall, Moser, Pedersen-MurriSeminary,
Shaffer (B Day),  Stolworthy, Taylor, Van De Graff, Williams R, Williams,C (A Day)

2nd Lunch - 7th & 8th Graders
Bellows, Boyer (A Day), Busath, Gonzales, Guthrie (B Day), Hallam, Hartvigsen, Howard, Jackson,
Keliiliki (B Day), Larsen (A Day), McGrath (A Day), Miya (A Day), 
Mouldenhauer, Rigby, Roberts, Rowley, Rupper, Ward, Winget (A Day), Wojahn 

Aerobic Conditioning Learns about Yoga

Attributions: 
KyLynn James

Ms. James aerobic conditioning students have recently completed their yoga unit. Students learned about some of the history of yoga as well as the benefits to practicing yoga. After having the opportunity to try several different types of yoga and create their own yoga sequences, Ms. James was able to bring in a guest instructor where the students were able to enjoy a full yoga class of individual, team building, and mediation exercises. 

Hope Squad: Learning to help others

Attributions: 
Amy Haider

Three of our amazing students were able to attend a Hope Squad training today in Provo. They learned valuable information in how to help their fellow students who may be facing difficult challenges. We're so lucky to have such caring students who look out for each other!

Underwater Robotics

Attributions: 
Andria Spencer

Underwater robotics is an after school 4h club. They had a competition March 23, 2017. They competed at Lehi Rec Center. Underwater robotics is a club where you and your team build a robot with the materials given, then they send it into the water to go grab some items. One of the groups at our school made it into the top 10. They said they used many useful tactics such as: pool noodles to help it, the pool noodles made it not completely sink or float. They also used tons of superglue to hold it all together.