There are several activities each night this week. Tonight is the Oakridge play at 7:00, admittance is free. Our students only need 108 more hours to receive an hour long lunch Thursday, Dec. 13th. The students have one last opportunity to log hours on Wednesday, Dec. 12th @ 3:00 pm in Cafeteria, to answer Santa letters. Both Boys & Girls Basketball teams have home games this week (Tuesday’s Boys Varsity game will be the Endowment game; everyone must pay for admittance). Baseball workouts start this week and there are Orchestra concerts at the Art Museum. These are just a few of the activities, please check the calendar and newsletter for more information on what is going on this week. http://bit.ly/shsdec10nl
If you are looking for somewhere to eat or an easy way to support programs at the high school, Springville High FCCLA is doing a simple fundraiser! Join us at the Orem University Parkway Chipotle for a fundraiser to support Springville High's FCCLA program. The fundraiser will be from 4:00pm to 8:00pm on December 8th. Bring in a flyer, show it on your smartphone, or tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure that 33% of the proceeds will be donated to our FCCLA program!
http://bit.ly/shsdec3nl It’s Service week, hosted by Student Council. There will be service opportunities each day in the Cafeteria at 2:30. If the students log a combined amount of 600 hours of service there will be an hour long lunch on Thursday, December 7th. Important notice for Seniors: The counseling office has several transcripts waiting to be picked up by students. Students must pick up and postmark all Regents transcripts by December 7th for Regents priority. Tonight at 7:00 pm is the final showing of “Into the Woods”, you don’t want to miss it! There are several events each day this week, please look over the Newsletter so you don’t miss anything.
On Thursday, November 15, forty second year computer programming students from Springville High and the Advanced Learning Center toured a few technology companies in Lehi including Microsoft, Adobe, and Xactware.Activities included a presentation by Microsoft from their company programmers, a tour of the Adobe building, and lunch provided by Xactware. In the Spring, Xactware will host a 24-hour overnight code camp competition.Many of these students are also enrolled in UVU Concurrent Enrollment. These students receive college credit in their high school programming classes. Their teachers are Rob Eastmond (ALC) and Carey White (Springville High).
Next week the SHS student council will be hosting service projects each day after school to serve the community and our school. No money or supplies are needed, just time! If we record 600 hours of service donated by our students in these projects the school will hold an hour long lunch on Thursday, December 13th. We would love to see each student attend at least one day of service.
Monday (12/3)- Blanket Making for Hospitals
Tuesday (12/4)- Bracelet Kits for Children for Primary Children's
Wednesday (12/5)- Coloring books for Primary Children's
Thursday (12/6)-Service for the School
Friday (12/7)- Finishing up unfinished projects from the week
Monday (12/10)- Oakridge Play, Auditorium @ 7pm
Wednesday (12/12)- Letter to Santa with Hope Squad/BLT cafeteria @ 3:00 p.m.
Thursday (12/13)- Hour long lunch IF we have 600 hours of recorded service.
Please read the newsletter for all the activities and announcements this week. http://bit.ly/shsnov26nl Girls basketball starts this week with 2 home games! The Drama Department will be presenting “Into the Woods”, opening night is this Thursday. If you or someone you know might be interested in being on the girls golf team this year please contact Coach Jacobus at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you to those who have donated to the winter clothing drive, we are still accepting donations in the front office.
Don't miss the SHS Drama Department in their winter production of "Into the Woods". Opening Night will be Thursday, November, 29th at 7:00 pm. Additional Showings will be on Friday, November 30th at 7:00 pm; Saturday, December 1st at 2:00 and 7:00pm; and closing night will be Monday, December 3rd at 7:00pm. The Cost is $8 per adult and $6 for students, seniors, and children.
http://bit.ly/nov19nl Today there will be a Mini Parent/Teacher Conference & student make-up day. Teachers will be available in their classrooms from 1:20-3:00 pm to meet with parents or students. Please encourage your students to take this opportunity before the holiday weekend to meet with any teacher they could use help from. Please read the newsletter for all this weeks announcements.
SHS will be working with the Food and Care Coalition in Provo through the month of November to gather ADULT sized coats and other winter clothing for the Homeless. Our school goal is 150 items! We wil have a donation box in the front office starting today, November 13th, to collect items. We are having a friendly competition with MMHS to see who can collect the most. There is an urgent need for the following adult sized winter clothing:
Coats & Gloves: new or gently used; Hats & Scarves: new only
The Quiz bowl is coming up! It will be held Decemeber 10th through the 14th. Now is the time to get your team together and sign up today in the Library. The last day for sign ups is December 4th. If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Rabner (email@example.com).