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 

Congratulations to the boys who made the high school team

Attributions: 
Yubo Cooper

I played high school soccer in the fall and I know for a certain that  it takes lots of time and dedication to be on the team. Spend lots of hours out of school for games and everyday after school. Its also important to keep up with school and make sure that soccer doesn’t get in the way of it. Soccer team also gives you an opportunity to make close friends and learn new skills to always keep improving as a team. High school soccer helps you learn how to work as a team on and off the field and it also helps you get exercise everyday and get stronger.

Students of the Month for March

Attributions: 

Here are the students of the month for March. Make sure that you congratulate them if you see them. These students have stood out among their peers as being great examples of what it means to be Spartan Strong. Teachers choose these students for a variety of reasons: leadership, impressive growth, hard work, great attitude, kindness to their peers. Whatever the reasons, these kids are great examples of how awesome our student body is.

7th: Chloe Peterson, Brayden Johnson
8th: Talon Seybold, Jordan Hartvigsen
9th: Anissa Edman, Zachary Hunter