School Events for February 1-6


Tuesday February 2nd:

  • Boys and Girls BB home versus Payson

Wednesday February 3rd:

  • Wrestling Divisionals

  • Philharmonic Concert 7:30 to 9 p.m.

Thursday February 4th:

  • Wrestling Divisionals

  • Track and Field parent meeting 7 p.m.

Friday February 5th:

  • Registration cards due for 10th and 11th grades

  • FFA in the G wing

  • Boys and Girls BB at Uintah

  • Teachers versus Students Improv Night 7 p.m.

Saturday February 6th:

  • ACT test

SENIORS

 You can order your cap and gown online at hjgrad.com beginning today, Feb. 1. Herff Jones will be at the school on Feb. 22 and Mar. 22 from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.  

DIPLOMA NAMES

Senior student’s legal names, that will be printed on the diplomas, have been posted outside the attendance and counseling offices. If you are at the school this week please stop by and check the spelling of your student’s name, or have your student check their name.

YEARBOOK

 Time is running out to guarantee your student a 2015-2016 yearbook. The deadline to purchase a guaranteed copy is Thursday, January 14th. The cost is $53.

  After this deadline, you may still purchase a yearbook, however, there will be a limited number of copies available and it will be first come, first served. We usually sell out of yearbooks before the end of the year.

  To avoid any issues, please purchase a yearbook before January 14th.

  If you aren't sure whether or not you've already purchased a yearbook, please contact the school's Finance Office. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Braden Boss at braden.boss@nebo.edu.


CTE Fair

Attributions: 
photos by Christian Jones, SHS News Photographer
Welding
Child Development

CTE Fair was held on Thursday, January 28, at lunch. 

All-Region 8 Teams Announced: Volleyball, Girls Soccer, Football

Congratulations to all these outstanding Red Devil athletes!

VOLLEYBALL

MVP: Amanda Schultz Sr OH (Springville)

FIRST TEAM
Springville
: Cassidy Bowers Sr L, Savannah Sumsion Jr OH,
Courtney Mackay Sr S.

SECOND TEAM
Springville: Nicole Wheeler Jr MB; Carmen Payne Sr DS.

HONORABLE MENTION
Springville: Tyree Strong, Ashlyn Taylor, Ana Fischio.

See full article and announcement in the Daily Herald at:  http://www.heraldextra.com/sports/high-school/volleyball/all-region-volleyball-teams-listed/article_0670c7dc-c110-5286-b687-c4348592014a.html

SOCCER

FIRST TEAM
Springville: Kennedy Clement, Alyssa Oman, Alyssa Bird

SECOND TEAM
Springville
: Amy Botcherby, Meagan Morrill, Sena Warren.

HONORABLE MENTION
Springville
: Sam Hall, Jayden Nelson, Diana Sanchez.

See full article and announcement in the Daily Herald at:  http://www.heraldextra.com/sports/high-school/soccer/girls/girls-soccer-all-region-teams-named/article_0e67a2bc-2248-5316-84fa-e48c043afd06.html

FOOTBALL

MVP: Adam Rodriguez, Springville

Co-Outstanding Defensive Players: Solofu Funa, Spanish Fork; Junior Mulipola, Springville

FIRST TEAM
Springville
: Andrew Slack 77 OL,DL 11; Noah McCray 5 DB,WR 12; Devyn Tate 22 RB,LB 12; Jantsen Thorpe 16 QB 11; Scott Averett 21 RB,DB 12;
Bryce Nelson 3 DB, WR 12.

SECOND TEAM
Springville
: Sai Atiifale 74 DL 12; Brennen Rymer 28 WR,DB 11; Tannar Perrero 10 WR 12; Vili Kolomalu 92 LB 11; Daxton Poulsen 47 LB 12;
Bennet Hullinger 36 WR,DB 11.

HONORABLE MENTION
Springville
: Shay Church, Gavin Diede, Demitrius Mutuni, Brock Slavens, Clayton Snyder, Payton Kelepolo, Jake Holt.

See full article and announcement in the Daily Herald at: http://www.heraldextra.com/sports/high-school/football/football-all-region-teams-honor-top-players/article_2be52994-fdff-5231-90a1-11ebfe8a7814.html

A Long Way from Home

Attributions: 
By Josh Ornelas, SHS News Writer

This school year at Springville High, the students and teachers have been lucky to host a number of foreign exchange students.  One of these students is a Junior named Sandra Bruhn.

Bruhn lives in Pinneberg, Theodor-Hevss-Schule, Germany.  She lives with a small family consisting of herself, her parents, and two sisters.  They like to read and play sports together.  Bruhn has really enjoyed taking school in a new country and her favorite subject right now is Fine Arts, specifically focusing on video.

Bruhn says that school is a lot easier here than in Germany.  The grading system in Germany is based heavily on participation and how often students would answer questions in class.  Their school year starts in August and ends in July; so, it’s almost a full year of school.

Bruhn really enjoys running and playing volleyball.  She also has a love for reading, listening to music, and watching movies.  Bruhn has said that one of the strangest things that she has noticed since she arrived here was how early Christmas decorations and Christmas shopping started.  Before school started, Bruhn had the opportunity to visit Zion’s National Park, and she said it was an amazing experience that she will never forget. 

Bruhn wanted to be a foreign exchange student because she thought it would be fun and she wanted to practice her English skills.  She really loves the mountains and landscape of Springville.

“The city has a lot of school spirit and support for their school,” said Bruhn. 

The weirdest food Bruhn has tried was a s'more which she said “tasted awful” and her favorite color is blue.

Mr. Springville -- "Superhero Board Games"

Attributions: 
photos by Tyler Lewis and Alex Farrell, SHS News Photographers
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On Tuesday, January 25, Springville High student body voted at lunch for their  favorite “one of a kind” superhero board game.

Mr. Springville -- "Lunch at the Improv"

Attributions: 
photos by Tyler Lewis and Alex Farrell, SHS News Photographers
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Mr. Springville kicked off this week with an Improv Show featuring the contestants who entertained the student body during lunch with hilarious skits.

MORP -- "Famous Couples"

Attributions: 
photos by Maddie Burns, SHS News Photographer
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On Saturday, January 23, Springville High student body had a fantastic time at MORP (opposite of PROM)!

Cheerleaders Perform at Half-Time

Attributions: 
photo by Maddie Burns, SHS News Photographer

On January 19, Spingville High Cheerleaders continue to support and get the fans fired up at home basketball games.

Springville falls to Salem Hills at home

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photos by Maddie Burns, SHS News Photographer
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On Tuesday, January 19, Springville’s boys varsity basketball team hosted the Salem Hills Skyhawks in exciting, classic basketball play, ending with a Skyhawk victory, 63-50.

Mason Sumsion had a big night for the Red Devils scoring 17 points with Josh Elison adding 15 points in the loss.

Red Devils bring home road victory

Attributions: 
photos by Mark Spencer

On Friday, January 8, our Springville High Boys Varsity Basketball team traveled to Payson to face the Lions with a big fourth quarter effort ending in a Red Devil victory, 50-40.

 

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