SHS Cross Country runners take 2nd at Regions

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Congratulations to the SHS Cross Country teams for their performance at Region.  Both Girls and Boys Varsity Teams placed 2nd.  The following students placed:   

Varsity Boys - Joey Reese (3rd), Ethan McCulloch (5th)

Varsity Girls - Maya Boyer (3rd), Addilyn Orndorff (7th), Savannah Galbraith (8th), Anna Kent (9th)

JV Boys - Brock Donahue (1st), Toffer Bartholomew (5th), Talin Gosman (9th)

JV Girls - Autumn Sunday (3rd), Siena Francom (6th), Caroline Felix (11th), Zoe Haw (12th), Ashley Johns (14th)

SHS Chinese Bridge Students Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival

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SHS Chinese Bridge Classes went to Chinatown last week. They did a treasure hunt in the Chinatown Supermarket, participated in a presentation at the University of Utah about Uncovering Chinese Railroad Workers‘ Experience in Utah through Archaeology, tasted Chinese authentic food in the restaurant, showed off their language skills, and celebrated Mid-Autumn Festival. We had a wonderful time!

Vicky Yuan -Chinese Teacher

SHS Students participate in Springville's 1st Annual US Constitution and Bill of Rights reading

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SHS students  Zach Payne, Kailey Parkinson, Spencer Petersen and Chloe Ngaluafe recently participated in the 1st Annual US Constitution and Bill of Rights reading sponsored by Springville City and hosted by Mayor Matt Packard.  They helped read the both of these documents in 45 minutes on September 22nd.  

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Ms. Barker - PEAK Award winner

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Sarah Barker is a dedicated teacher who goes above and beyond for her students. She has a unique ability to connect with them and build trust, and they know that she has their best interests at heart. She is patient and supportive, and she provides them with the guidance they need to succeed.

Seth Sorensen

September Students of the Month

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Congratulations to the following students who were nominated by members of the History Department:

Sully Hall, nominated by Mr. Jacobus.  "Sully has brought enthusiasm to our first period class.  He is always on top of his work and has great insights into World History."

Bridie Harkness, nominated by Mr. Jacobus.  "Bridie is a great classmate who works with those around her.  Her participation in class has helped create a positive classroom environment."

Mr. Morgan honored at Utah Science Teaching Association Conference

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Congratulations to Mr. Morgan for being honored at the Utah Science Teaching Association Conference.  He is one of two teachers from Utah who have been nominated for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science and Math Teaching.  We are so glad to have Mr. Morgan at Springville High!  Go Red Devils!