The Journalism staff of Diamond Fork Junior High recently visited the studios of KSL TV, and the radio stations FM 100 and Arrow 103.5. Students were able to talk with reporters and ask them questions about a career in journalism. Students were invited into the broadcasting booth of FM100 and learned how the station functions. They were even present as the DJ broadcast live on the air. After investigating the working environments of professional journalists, students were also able to watch the live filming of KSL News At Noon.
The voting for next year's student council recently took place at Diamond Fork Junior High. After weeks of campaigning and voting, the final student council line-up has been chosen.
Co-Student Body Presidents: Jacob Warnock and Salaia Robarge
9th grade members: Thomas Cole, Emily Kessinger, Aanya Naulu, Lucky Smith and Noel Unufe
8th grade members: Isaiah Asiata, Ethan Jacobson, Opeti Iongi, Ebanie Mattinson, and Niua Tuita
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the elections, and best wishes to next year's student council members!
Diamond Fork Junior High School’s National Junior Honor Society recently took a field trip visiting the Utah State Capital, Governor's Mansion, and Ensign Peak. After a year filled with excellent service projects and many opportunities for growth, this field trip was just the kind of wrap up everyone was hoping for.
Diamond Fork Junior High School’s National Junior Honor Society has
been working dilligently on a service project for the last few months.
They have been cutting plastic grocery bags into strips and sending
them to mothers in Africa to crochet into baskets. Honor Society
member Kiera Barton reported, “We fold regular white plastic grocery
bags a certain way and then cut them into 1-inch strips. We roll them
up and are able to fit about fifty finished bags into a larger bag.
Afterwards, the two ladies in charge of the project pick them up from
Character Education students at Diamond Fork Junior High School have been busy. Every Friday of the school year this class of 33 seventh graders collects hundreds of pounds of used paper to recycle. After visiting each room in this school of over 1,400 students, the used paper is then hauled to the back parking lot and deposited into the recycling bin. This recycled paper is purchased by a recycling company, which generates over $300 a year.