April 2017

Donation Collection for Syrian Refugees


Diamod Fork students were at it once again, answering the call to collect "S" items for Syrian refugees the past two weeks. More than 37 boxes were donated. These pictures show kids at the camp were these items will go. Thanks to our wonderful students and parental support, great things continue to happen here at Diamond Fork!

Studio C Cast Members Visit DFJHS


Students in Mr. Nothum's Creative Writing class had an awesome expereince with cast members of Studio C! Cast members discussed the writing process, talked about the sketches they are worked on, and answered student questions. Thanks Studio C and Mr. Nothum for setting this up!

Spring Captain's Academy


Our DFJHS spring sport "Captain's" attended the Nebo School District Captain's Academy in March. Students were able to listen to professionals in the fields of health and physical fitness. They also learned about what it means to show sportsmanship in athletics. 

NJHS Collecting "S" Donations for Refugees


The National Jr. Honor Society is asking for your help.  As many of you know, there are tens of thousands of refugees fleeing from countries where they are mistreated by their own governments. These people need our help with many of the basic necessities of life.  We are going to be collecting items for the next 5 days.  There is a collection box in the front office and one in Mrs. V. Gardner's room.

Diamond Fork Students Place in Competition

We would like to give a shout out to a few of our students; Stirling Maughan, Caleb Crawford, and Howard Crawford who won 3rd place last Friday in the Innovator of the Year competition at BYU. They designed a school locker organizer and competed against 30 teams. They won $400 and will split it three ways, way to go guys, you make Diamond Fork proud!