September 2017

Welcome new Physics Teacher, Mr. Wesley Morgan

Submitted by carey.white on Thu, 09/28/2017 - 14:24

Mr. Wesley Morgan is our new intern at Springville High School. He previously student taught a Spanish Immersion, 2nd grade class at Orchard Elementary. Morgan teaches Physics; he’s very grateful that he has the opportunity to work here.

Morgan said, “I want to make it fun and accessible for all students here.”

Morgan and his wife, Natalie, enjoy reading and playing sports together. Believe it or not Morgan used to work as a waiter and actor at a dinner theater in Idaho.

Attributions
by Emily Challburg, SHS News Writer

Red Devils clip Golden Eagles Wings

Submitted by carey.white on Wed, 09/27/2017 - 14:50

Despite the chill, Ty Erikson threw two touchdowns to lead the Springville Red Devils past Maple Mountain, 39-20. Running back Bradley Nicol had 15 carries, 153 yards, and had two scores on the ground.  Ben Schreiner added to the win with three receptions for 102 yards and two touchdowns.  Owen Rowe racked up nine tackles in the game with Simote Iloa adding seven tackles and two sacks.

Attributions
photos by Brayden Evans, SHS News Photographer

2017 Lady Red Devils Soccer Team

Submitted by carey.white on Wed, 09/27/2017 - 13:17

Next home game will be on Tuesday, October 3, in which the Lady Red Devils will host the Wasatch Wasps.

Varsity Girls Soccer:
Tylee Anderson, Amy Botcherby, Mayzie Brunson, Tylee Clark, Macy Clements, Ashley Donahue, Claire Duncan, Breanna Eves, Mikayla Gee, Taralyn Gervais, Alexys Griggs, Brooke Hansen, Madison Henderson, Addisyn Johnson, Riley Reed, Baylee Rigtrup, Abigail Rowe, Abigail Smith, Savannah Stauffer, Katelyn Walker, Tara Warner, and Joely Wilson

Math department multiplies again, welcome Mrs. Claire Taylor

Submitted by carey.white on Fri, 09/22/2017 - 14:23

We’d like to welcome Mrs. Claire Taylor as one of our new math teachers teaching Math 1 and Math 3. This is her first year teaching; however, as a BYU student, she student taught at American Fork High where she taught US History, Asian Studies, and Chemistry. 

“I think teenagers are fantastic. There's a lot going on for them, but they are working on skills and getting it," said Taylor.

Attributions
by Shinoahe Lee, SHS News Writer

Surprise Fireworks

Submitted by carey.white on Fri, 09/22/2017 - 12:44

At the end of the homecoming football game on Friday, September 15, the crowd was "wowed" with a surprise fireworks show.

Attributions
photos by Shinoahe Lee, SHS News Photographer