RED DEVIL Scoreboard:
Boys Basketball: SHS 56 - Payson 47
Girls Basketball: SHS 54 - Fremont 46
“Hard working, positive, compassionate and kind are all words that were used to describe three fantastic students at Tuesday’s Springville City Council Meeting. Nominations for the Mayor’s Recognition Award are turned into Springville City throughout the month as citizens, teachers and neighbors spot great kids doing good things and working hard. This month’s awards were handed out by Councilman Craig Conover.
Jacob Rasmussen is a senior. Jacob is in A.P. Spanish and is amazing, he has made it to an advanced proficiency in the language. Jacob loves working with people of other cultures. He is in his second year as a member of the Latinos in Action. He is involved in many service opportunities including; tutoring school children and interpreting for Spanish-speaking parents. Jacob is a dedicated individual who works long hours after school in order to help support his family, while maintaining exceptional grades at the same time.
On October 30 and 31, Springville High’s senior English classes participated in a World War l Centenary Commemoration to launch their War literature unit. Five Star Generals Simmons and Rabner led the many students that were “drafted” into Command Post HQ, the library, and given the weapon of choice, a camouflage Army pencil.
After running a lap around the courtyard, our soldiers were given an issued Military Uniform, dog tag, a tin helmet, and a Kit-bag, before being filed back into the library where they sat in their assigned trenches (upside-down tables).