Counselors presented information at Parent Teacher Conferences on the United Ways program to help parents raise resilient children. If you missed the presentation, see this website for more information and a copy of the handbook.
The DFJHS combined Choirs held their Fall Chorus Festival Monday night, and they did not run out of steam! In commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad, the choirs wow'ed us with songs of the railroad. From "John Henry" to "Chatanooga Choo Choo," they didn't disappoint! Congrats to Mrs. Lewis and all the amazing voices!
This past weekend, the DFJHS Shakespeare Team traveled to Cedar City for the annual Shakespeare Competition. There were over 100 schools, and 3,700 students participating in the event. Our Diamondback Thespians did amazing work!
Their Ensemble scene took 1st Place out of 26 junior high schools!
The whole team placed 2nd OVERALL in the Stratford division.
Additionally, Autumn Sansom placed 3rd place (out of 78 competitors) with her monologue performance!
Congratulations to each and every member of the team! Your hard work definitely paid off!
The DFJHS Fall Choral Concert is just around the corner, and it's the perfect opportunity to "let off some steam," "get your day back on track" or simply "drag your caboose." The concert will be on MONDAY, OCTOBER 7TH @ 6:00pm.
At Diamond Fork Jr High, we are striving to recognize our amazing students doing amazing things. One way we do that is through our monthly Student of the Month Breakfast. For the month of October, the Science Department nominated 12 amazing students for their great work in science classes. Additionally, our Character Ed class recognized a deserving student as well! Congrats to these amazing young people:
7th Grade: John Galt, Josh Wright, Ella Chilton, Kamber Brailsford
With the arrival of Midterm last week, we felt it was time to celebrate all the amazing things our students are accomplishing so far this year! So, yesterday, we pulled all our students that met our criteria (No Ds or Fs, No Ns or Us, No Tardies) down to the Gymnasium for an impromptu DANCE PARTY! Additionally, the students all were given ice cream sandwiches.
Thanks to all our amazing students for your hard work so far this semester! Your commitment to excellence will reward you throughout your life!
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