Congratulations to the 7th grade football team for winning the super bowl! The 7th graders are the only grade in the school that won their super bowl. They played a tough game against Springville, a team that they had lost against earlier in the season. Everybody came together as a team and several students made some great plays that helped our team take the victory. That is incredible. We are so proud of the 7th graders!
Hey guys! The Halloween dance is going to be this Friday, Oct 27th in the gym. Come dance & enjoy with some of your friends it's going to be a thriller! The dance will be from 6-8pm. Also, for you to participate you can only have 2 tardies & good citizenship for you to come inside. You can wear your Halloween costume but NO MASKS nor lots of face makeup. The cost will be $4.00 with your school ID. Hope you guys enjoy!
After a two year absence, we have decided to bring back our school newspaper The Spartan Chronicle. After Mrs. Ashworth used old Chronicles in her production of Guys and Dolls last year, students began asking why we didn't have a paper anymore, so we have brought it back.
Our journalism students are proud of their articles and excited to see their names and their writing in the newspaper. Having a large audience like this can be great motivation to get kids writing more.
1ST QUARTER ENDS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2017. EVERYONE FINISH (SPARTAN) STRONG!
The golf team this year in districts did good and the golf team coach, Mr. Roberts said that he liked the season and that the golfers did well this year.
Mr. Roberts and the golf team this year the kids were happy how it ended up they all did really good and they wish they were still playing and now they don’t get checked out and they don’t get to do golf.
The tennis team had a good year they finished their season on Tuesday, Oct. 10 with varsity district. They tied for third with Springville Jr High. The team captain Emily Van Ausdal took second in second singles and Salem's first singles player Emily Nicholls took third place. Mapleton Jr did good and took first place good job Mapleton.
We have a choir concert coming up and it’s going to be great! It will be tomorrow the 17th of October, at SHHS, in the auditorium. Choir students are required to come at 5:15 so we can start practicing at 5:30, and the concert starts at 7:00 PM.
Choir groups, when you get there, already be in your choir uniform and ready to sing as we will get right on practicing.
For everyone else, come support the choire as the choir students have worked really hard for this.
This year the school will be putting on Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella play. The initial auditions are november 28th and 29th, Dance auditions are December 1st, and call backs are December 5th and 6th. You can go pick up a yellow packet from Mrs. Ashworth's room.
We need a lot of guys and girls so we can do a ballroom scene. There’s a 15 dollar fee, and no experience required.
Female characters: Cinderella, Godmother, Stepmother, Portia and Joy (stepsisters), The Queen.
On Oct. 5th, three of our secretaries (Mrs. Lundell, Mrs. Beardall, & Mrs. Cook) enjoyed a day away from the office to attend the annual UASSP Secretaries Conference at Thanksgiving Point. They enjoyed delicious food as well as listening to the inspirational Lance Allred, the first deaf NBA player, Debbie Dujanovic, an Investigative Reporter for KSL, and the band Joshua Creek.
The students of the month for October were announced today. These students have been working hard and impressing their teachers. It's always great for kids to know that their teachers notice the good things they are doing. Be sure to congratulate them if you see them. 7thAlly AnsonGage Wilder8thJerra GravelyBen Wheeler9thKatie CookBrennen Beddoes