November 2014

STARS Assembly!

Attributions: 
Kara Poulsen
STARS Assembly!

It is time for our school’s annual Talent Show, the STAR’S ASSEMBLY! This show is a chance for some of the STARS of Diamond Fork Junior to show off their talents. We welcome all types of talent: singers, dancers, instrumentalists, actors, martial arts, or whatever your talent may be.

We will also need an MC to host the show, so if you would like to audition for that, come prepared with a sample of how you would run the show.

HOPE Squad Receives Two Trainings

Attributions: 
Kenzie Hone
Participating in Training 1 - Ropes Course

Diamond Fork Jr. High's HOPE Squad had the opportunity to take a field trip to Mrs. Allison Hansen's. Mrs. Hansen is a certified mental health therapist. Allison uses horses as part of her treatment to help her clients. She has a nice big barn with all the necessary equipment used to care for horses.

DFJHS Mission

Attributions: 
Alesha LeMmon
Lending a hand.

When it comes to lending a helping hand or taking the time to really get to know students, Mr. Peterson comes to mind. He is one example of our mission to think critically, live responsibly and lead ethically. On this particular day, he helps our office aids update the marquee. Thank you, Mr. Peterson.

2014-15 PTA Reflections Contest

Attributions: 
Alesha LeMmon
Winners and participants being filmed by SFCN Channel 17

“The World Would Be A Better Place If…” How would you finish that phrase? This was the theme of the 2014-2015 PTA Reflections Contest. Reflections is a nationwide program that welcomes, free of charge, students from all grades and abilities to explore and be involved in the arts. Thousands of students reflect on a theme and create an original work in one of the following categories: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography and Visual Arts.

Zombie Apocalypse on October 31st!

Attributions: 
Alesha LeMmon
Warning!

Have you heard? The Zombie Apocalypse came to DFJHS and the Girls' PE classes SURVIVED! Girls' PE teacher Kasey Larson set up a "Zombie Obstacle Course" in the gymnasium where girls had to race through virtual darkness and avoid being overtaken by the zombies throughout the course. The girls were frightened and thrilled at the same time and all made it through! Thanks to Miss Larson for her innovative ideas to keep students moving!

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