Girls Basketball First Cuts

Submitted by bart.thompson on Tue, 11/24/2020 - 17:41

Thank you to those who tried out, we appreciate the effort put in by all who came to tryouts. Those who made the first cuts are as follows:

 

  1. Amber Marchant

  2. Amelia Olsen

  3. Andi Humphries 

  4. Aubrey Marshall

  5. Cassie Farnsworth

  6. Eva Paletua

  7. Faith Dediker 

  8. Hannah Bailey

Polynesian Culture Week

Submitted by bart.thompson on Mon, 11/23/2020 - 13:20
Polynesian Culture Week

A Huge Thank You to our Polynesian Club for organizing and carrying out our Polynesian Culture Week here at DFJHS.  Each day, they shared facts and information about the various Polynesian nations and islands, as well as organized fun, interactive Lunch activities for students!  Mahalo!

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1st Term Honor Roll

Submitted by bart.thompson on Mon, 11/16/2020 - 10:12
1st Term Honor Roll

Congratulations to the 896 students who achieved Honor Roll in 1st Term! That's an incredible accomplishment for each individual student and for our school! Our students are to be commended for their dedication and hard work!

If you didn't quite make it this term, let's work hard to make sure you make it 2nd Term! We are here to help and support any way we can!

 

Spanish Fork City Council members stop by DFJHS

Submitted by bart.thompson on Fri, 11/13/2020 - 15:14
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Spanish Fork City Council members stop by DFJHS

Our 7th Grade Utah Studies classes had members of the Spanish Fork City Council stop by their classes today to share their experiences serving our community, and answering questions about local government.  It was a great discussion, and we are so grateful to them for taking the time to be with us!

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Kermit Has a Bad Day

Submitted by bart.thompson on Fri, 11/13/2020 - 15:00
Kermit Has a Bad Day

7th Grade scientists grabbed a tray and tools and discovered 10 of the 11 organ systems of a bullfrog! (Sorry, Miss Piggy, but Kermit was never going to tie the knot).Kids committed to studying human organ systems during the past two weeks by observing pig and frog organs to get a better understanding of the inner workings of their own bodies.

Honor Roll Cookies Given Out

Submitted by bart.thompson on Thu, 11/12/2020 - 15:12
Honor Roll Cookies Given Out

Congrats to our 1st Term Honor Roll Students! It's been a crazy, unusual start to the school year, yet we had 850+ students earn a 3.5 GPA or higher! We recognized them by giving them a certificate and a COOKIE!!

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