If Your Student is Sick Please Keep Them Home
Come make a side income while the kids are in school, be off when they are (including holidays and breaks), and get your steps in for the day. Lunch is on us!
Starting wage is $11.74/hour with opportunities for advancement. No experience required!! Positions available districtwide.
The Springville Museum of Art recently held their annual Spiritual and Religious Youth Art Competition. Congratulations to Tess Glazier! She submitted a piece to the museum and her piece was chosen. It will be on display from Nov. 21 - Jan. 4 at the museum. Great job, Tess!
SaJHS Online Breakfast & Lunch Order for Remote Students
The best way to order school lunch and/or breakfast for students who are not at school is to fill out a survey each day for each student. This includes kindergarten and preschool students as well as remote learning students of all grades. You will need to order before 9 a.m. each morning. Meals are only provided on scheduled school days.
This would also be the method of ordering breakfast and lunch if your student is required to stay home for quarantine or for other COVID-19 related schedule adjustments or closures and you need to have meals for them.
We are happy to announce our November Students of the Month! These students were nominated by faculty and staff for being a Spartan in Body, Heart, and Mind and were honored at a breakfast with their parents/guardians on November 3rd. Congratulations!
Left to right: Lizeth Valdovindos (8th), Emily Tracy (9th), Olivia Jackson (9th), Daisy Thompson (8th), Noah Whiteman (9th)
Hope Week Nov. 9 -13
Hope Week 2020 will be held November 9 through 13. This year’s theme is “Take a Stand 4 HOPE!” Students can participate in engaging and informative activities throughout the week to help them become more familiar with suicide prevention. Follow this link for daily themes, activities, and dress up days. Hope Week
We are so grateful for our students and their efforts to bring in items for our canned food drive to donate to Tabitha's Way. We held a friendly competition between math classes and Mrs. Cook's 4th period were our winners! We are so proud of all of our students and their contributions!