Red Devil Welders Compete in Local Competition

Submitted by carey.white on Tue, 02/02/2016 - 15:15

On January 22, Bailey Bird, Kyelend Gornichec, and Caleb Houtz traveled to Spanish Fork High School to compete in the Nebo District Skills USA welding competition.  Nebo High Schools participating included:   Springville, Salem Hills, Spanish Fork, Maple Mountain, and Payson High.

Only three students from each school were selected to participate in this event. In order to determine who would “make the cut,” welding classes from each school competed against each other to determine the best three welders who would be attending.   Springville High’s instructor is Mr. Brian Ostler.

by Caleb Houtz, SHS Student Welder

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

Submitted by carey.white on Wed, 01/27/2016 - 23:11

Congratulations to all these outstanding Red Devil athletes!


MVP: Amanda Schultz Sr OH (Springville)


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

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

Springville: Tyree Strong, Ashlyn Taylor, Ana Fischio.

A Long Way from Home

Submitted by carey.white on Tue, 01/26/2016 - 15:09

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.

By Josh Ornelas, SHS News Writer

Keepin’ the Pace

Submitted by carey.white on Thu, 01/14/2016 - 10:51

Mr. Jamin Pace is Springville High’s newest study skills and math teacher.  This is Pace’s first full-time teaching assignment; he was a student teacher at American Fork Jr. High School. He wants to help each and every student be able to reach their fullest potential. Pace loves to see students understand and improve their skills.

Pace has been married for over six years to his wife, Laura.  The Pace’s have a three year old son named Blain and are expecting a second boy in April.  In his personal time he loves activities with his family such as hunting, fishing, and camping.

by Brett Perkins and Christian Jones, SHS News Writer