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Diamond Fork JHS is the place to be! Thank you everyone! 

May 14, 2015 Weekly Parent Newsletter


Dear Diamond Fork Parents,

The school year is fading and dreams of summer are upon us. We have some year end events planned to celebrate our successes. One of those activities is the Year End School Dance. This should be a fun time for students to gather together and celebrate another completed school year. Additionally, the school will be going to Lagoon on May 28th for our annual Lagoon Day.

African Drumming in World Geography

Ms. Katie Reese

Part of the Utah Core Curriculum for 9th grade World Geography is for students to evaluate and experience how culture influences the way people live in places and regions. One of the units that Mrs. Gardner and Miss Reese teach to help meet this standard is on World Music, and one of the lessons during this unit is for the students to have the opportunity to learn how to play the African drums. 

Day Care Days

Contributor: Jenna George

Every year, Mrs. Annette Gardner hosts multiple Day Care Days (DCD) in line with the CTE Introduction Utah State Standards. DCD invites children from 2 to 5 years old to participation in the activity/assignment. The students plan in groups what they will do for the day with the children. 

When the children arrive, the student groups take time to introduce the children to the area and let them explore and familiarize themselves. Next, the children may participate in the planned activity. The students pay attention to each detail and plan age appropriate activities. 

Lagoon Day Eligibility



Students planning on attending Lagoon at the end of the school year must meet the following requirements:

1. CITIZENSHIP – No N’s or U’s at mid-term 4th term. (Note: Failure to maintain good citizenship after this point will result in ineligibility.
2.  DETENTIONS – No unserved detentions for tardies or sluffs for 4th term.
3.  PASSING GRADES – No D or F grades on mid-term of 4th term.

4/22/15 Weekly Parent Newsletter

Alesha LeMmon, Graphic by Katie Reese


Dear Diamond Fork Parents,

I liken fourth term at our school to a whirlwind of sorts. The temperatures begin to climb, blooms begin to pop, we spend time outdoors and students bring an enthusiasm with them when they enter each day. We have introduced our incoming 6th grade students and parents to the school and what we have to offer them. Also, we have introduced our 9th grade students to the high schools they will be attending next year. We feel warmth in the air as we begin spring sports at both the junior high and high school levels.