Keys to Success Assembly

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photos by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser
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The Keys to Success program is administered through each participating high school.  Students have the chance to qualify for a "Key Card" that entitles them to incentive awards from several sponsors. The local high school administration is responsible for the exact qualifications, which may include improvement in any of the following areas:

  1. Academics
  2. Class Attendance
  3. Service
  4. Citizenship
  5. Other areas identified by teachers

A Key Card is actually a gift certificate of sorts. The recipient of a Key Card can access the Ken Garff Keys to Success website and choose from a myriad of tickets or vouchers for participation in any number of events. Teachers, Administration, and Counselors can nominate recipients throughout the school year.

The best part of the program happens at the end of the school year. This is where the Free Car comes in! During the last two months of school, the school administration, teachers, and counselors may assemble and select 50 students from the pool of Key Card recipients at that school. These selected students will then randomly compete for a chance to win a car (valued at $5,000 to $7,000) at a Keys to Success year-end assembly. To learn more about the program, see the following:  https://ktsutah.com/Home/About

Red Devils boys soccer shutout Dons, 2-0

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photos by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser
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Arath Gomez and Hunter Ricks each scored, while Tyler Maccabee earned the shutout.  Game played at Spanish Fork on Tuesday, March 28.

2017 Boys Soccer Team:
Ethan Agustin, Morgan Allen, Tanner Allen, Diego Bertrand, Rodrigue Bertrand, Brett Bodily, Carson Bracken, Michael Bravo, Jared Buhler, Fabio Chavez, Devin Cutler, Jacob Dodd, Joel Emmett, Bratten Farris, Dyllan Fellows, Steven Fitzgerald, Trey Frixione, Luke Gleave, Arath Gomez, Brandon Gomez, Joshua Gomez, Christopher Gonzalez, Kevin Gonzalez, Steven Goodrich, Jordan Hancock, Cristobal Hernandez, Carter Jacobson, Brandon Jeppson, Jaymon Jordan, Reagan Kelly, Simon Laraway, Nathan LeFevre, Mateo Lillo Lillo, Tyler Maccabee, Hayden Messick, Michael Monney, Quintan Morrill, Trevor Ollerton, Michael Oman, Gregory Payne, Jacob Puckett, Enrique Quezada, Hunter Ricks, Zachary Smith, Braydon Tijerina, Marc Truscott, Jair Vazquez, Corbin White, Andrew Yazzie

Andrew Slack named Co-MVP: Coaches All-region teams

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Deseret News

Region 8

Co-MVPs — Parker Christensen, Maple Mountain; Andrew Slack, Springville

First Team — Eli Ballstaedt, Wasatch; Tyler Boyack, Maple Mountain; Josh Elison, Springville; Korbin Gardner, Uintah; James Nelson, Salem Hills; Bridger Noles, Spanish Fork; Bryce Wiberg, Payson.

Second Team — Tanner Argyle, Spanish Fork; Dawson Beutler, Maple Mountain; Bean DeGraffenried, Salem Hills; Bennett Hullinger, Springville; Mason Sumsion, Springville; Garrett Watts, Wasatch; Hagen Wright, Wasatch.

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865676529/High-school-boys-basketball-Coaches-All-region-teams.html

Lady Red Devils finished 3-2 in St. George

Varsity Seniors:   Natalie Sumsion, Sydnee Morgan, Ashton Buffo, Mikaela Gage, Mykenzie Ferran, Alyvia Woolsey, Mary Frederickson, Sadie Clark, Teresa Morse, Madison Daybell, Lauren Biesinger, Elizabeth Donnelly.

Varsity Juniors:  Brittany Simpson, Rylee Harris

Varsity Sophomores:   Lindsey Robinson

Juniors Win Spirit Bowl

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photos by Jordan Gillespie, Erin Call, and Lynn Brereton, SHS News Photographer
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The annual battle of the classes took place on Friday, March 24.  After all the judging was completed, the Juniors took the spirit bowl win!

Red Devil Track off to a running start

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photos by Josh Ornelas, SHS News Photographer
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On Tuesday, March 14, Springville High boys and girls track team traveled to Payson to compete with other regional teams in a track meet.

Donkey Basketball

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photos by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser
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On Monday evening, March 20, Springville High’s FFA sponsored “Donkey Basketball.”  The first game featured teachers against students.  In the second game, Springville Fire Department teamed up against the Police Department.  So much fun was had by all!

SHS HOSA members win top awards at state

Attributions: 
Sterling Wadley, HOSA Adviser
1st place for Public Service Announcement (L to R Brooke Bromley, Naomi Pruett, Tiana Spencer)
Dental Terminology -- L to R Haley Snarr (3rd Place), Emily Gonzales (1st Place)
1st place for Public Service Announcement-Brooke Bromley, Naomi Pruett, Tiana Spencer
Dental Terminology-L to R Haley Snarr (3rd Place), Emily Gonzales (1st Place)

HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) -- Future Healthcare Professionals, a Career and Technical Student Organization, held its annual Utah State Leadership Conference last Thursday and Friday (March 16th and 17th) at the Davis Conference Center in Layton, Utah.  Students competed against other students from all over the state in healthcare related events demonstrating knowledge and practical ability.  Several of our Springville High HOSA students placed in the top three in several events qualifying them to attend and compete at the International Conference held at Disney World, Orlando, in June. 

Public Service Announcement (a team event) -- 1st Place
Tiana Spencer
Brooke Bromley
Naomi Pruett

Dental Terminology
1st Place -- Emily Gonzales
3rd Place -- Haley Snarr

Dental Science
2nd Place -- Emily Gonzales
6th Place -- Haley Snarr

Naomi Pruett was also elected as a State Officer for the second year.

Please congratulate these students for working hard and proving that SHS has some of the best students in the State!

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