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The 7th grade science team at DFJHS are using their lab skills to test nerve sensitivity. Partners took turns with calipers to map the nervous system. All 7th graders are learning about body systems. "This unit is particularly fun for the kids because of all the activities we do. For example, tomorrow we will reassembly an actual skeleton using the inside remains of owl pellets," stated Mr. Whiting. "This year has been a blast and I look forward to the rest of the body systems to see what discoveries the students make!"
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Gary Richard Herbert
Whereas, the vision, dedication, and determination of a school principal provides the stable force behind schools;
Whereas, principals have many roles in the education of their students and are entrusted with the dedication and development of young people; and,
Whereas, we recognize the outstanding elementary, middle level, and high school principals who have succeeded in providing high-quality learning opportunities for students;
Seventh grade scientists ran to and fro to find an empty sidewalk space to draw their sidewalk chalk cells. Fun was had by all as they drew using every color of the rainbow to show their teachers that they knew their stuff when it came to cells and their organelles. Students were then given the opportunity to compare and contrast their cells to figure out how plant and animal cells are similar and how they are different. Great drawings were seen up and down the sidewalks of DFJHS! Go Diamondbacks!
A HUGE Shout out to our Diamond Fork Latino Club for spending some time last week cleaning up our school's halls and fields. We are so grateful to all of the club members who stayed after school to help pick up trash and clean up our building! Thank You!
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Congratulations to the following students who were recognized this morning as our Students of the Month for October! Thanks for making Diamond Fork a great school! These students were nominated by the Social Studies Department:
7th Graders:Brettlyn WalkerJazzy MinerLogan GesulloHudson Hoyt 8th GradersDaniela RodriguezElla BarlowSamer Hammood Mitchell MoodyAbigail Rimington 9th GradersJuliette FunkRylee LloydNicolas PatchettMorgan Fegan Character Ed Nominee:Jordan Smith