Several DFJHS students participated in the Superstars track meet this week. Fox 13 News was there to capture the exciting event.
The report for Lagoon eligibility will be run tomorrow, May 4th. We will post the list of eligible students on Monday May 7th. Students cannot have a D or F grade, a citizenship N or U, or any tardies that are not made up for 4th term. The cost is $16 for the bus, which is paid in the front office when students have been determined eligible. The cost of the Lagoon ticket is $34, paid for when students get up to Lagoon on Wednesday, the 23rd of May. If students have earned the Lagoon trip and cannot afford the trip, please see an administrator.
Our Diamond Fork LIA students attended the LIA conference at the University of Utah along with 1,700 other students around the state. The conference theme, “I Can, We Will,” focuses on students using higher education to find their voices and passions, as well as helping them succeed in becoming community leaders and trailblazers. The event features two keynote speakers, Joaquín Zihuatanejo, a poet, and Jeffrey Allen Mendez, an entrepreneur, marketer, and sales training expert.
Governor Gary R. Herbert has declared May 3, 2018, as “Utah Prevention Day!”
Utah Prevention Day gives secondary schools around the state an opportunity to celebrate the prevention lessons that students have learned throughout the year. Teachers can review and reinforce those life skills taught before students leave for the summer. We want to protect our students from the dangers of drugs, under-age drinking, violence, crime and bullying.
We will be switching over to a "block" schedule this Tuesday May 1- Friday May 4 to accommodate for our end of the year tests. This schedule will allow longer class periods in order to give students more uninterrupted time to take the assessments. We encourage students to get extra sleep, eat a good breakfast, and do their best!
Congratulations to the following students, winners of our "Battle of the Books" competition held today in the library. 1st Place: Isabella Moss, Lily Stutz, Megan Frisby and Addison Garrett 2nd Place: Tiffani Bond, Autumn Sansom and Brooke Hunter
We want to give a big thanks to Mrs. Olson for all of her hard work and congrats to all of the students who participated!
What a fantastic assembly! Teachers ate Wasabi, kissed pigs and chickens, had their make up done by blindfolded students, held dance-offs, ate worms, and much more. The best part was having our Make-A-Wish student here at school to be recognized by the students. She was the hit of it all and we are thrilled to have been a part of her wish coming true! It is great to be a Diamondback!