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November 2019

Girls Who Code Travels to the U

Submitted by bart.thompson on Mon, 11/18/2019 - 08:57
Girls Who Code Travels to the U

Mrs. Nielson and Mrs. Antares took our Girls Who Code Club to the University of Utah on Friday for a tour of the various programs and research facilities available to students.  The girls were able to meet and interact with students, grad students and faculty who have chosen STEM fields for their careers!  It was a great trip!

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November Students of the Month

Submitted by bart.thompson on Thu, 11/14/2019 - 07:19
November Students of the Month

Congratulations to our November Students of the Month! These young people were selected by the Health and PE Department for their hard work, excellence and kindness. We are grateful to these amazing students for helping make Diamond Fork Jr High a better place!

7th Grade:

 Boys:Jayden Hess
Nash Mendenhall

Girls:
Lalelei Christine Ho-Ching
Briley Cole

8th Grade:

Boys:
Cooper Heaps
Christian Mesterheide

Girls:
Gabrielle Morgan
Elizabeth Draper

9th Grade:

Mr. Bigler is ALL IN for students

Submitted by bart.thompson on Mon, 11/11/2019 - 19:49
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Mr. Bigler is ALL IN for students

At last week’s Faculty Meeting, Mrs. Lewis passed on our “ALL IN” award to our Boogey-Woogey Bugler, Mr. Bigler!  Mrs. Lewis spoke of his relentless commitment to making beautiful music with his students— from early in the morning until the end of the day! 

We are lucky to have Mr. Bigler at DFJHS, and are grateful for all he does!

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DFJHS Intramurals

Submitted by bart.thompson on Mon, 11/11/2019 - 15:01
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DFJHS Intramurals

Our Intramurals have been going wonderfully so far this year, and we are excited about the remainder of the year!  Here is the calendar for the remainder of this semester:

November 11-15: Badminton

November 18-22: Pickleball

November 25-26: No Intramurals

December 2-6: Handball

December 9-20: Archery

January 2-9: No Intramurals

Science Classes Caught Staring at the Sun

Submitted by bart.thompson on Mon, 11/11/2019 - 13:43
Science Classes Caught Staring at the Sun

Our science classes were given the opportunity to watch as Mercury passed in front of the Sun today!  Using Mr. Wood's 8 inch Celestron telescope, students were able to safely look at the sun during this unique "transit" that only happens every few years.  The next Mercury Transit will not occur until 2032!

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