Last night was the opening reception for the Nebo School District Junior High Art Show where 16 of Diamond Fork students' artwork was featured. Seventh grader Katie McComb received a Honorable Mention award for her artwork. The students that have art on display are Nicolas Patchett, Kesley Johnson, Melissa Resendiz, Anju Barney, Rayna Burr, Alexis Gladding, Emolyn Cauble, Samantha Post, Rigby Garner, Kaitlyn Stubbs, Kenadi Squires, Karen Mathis, Katie McComb, Camryn Mitchell, Starla Dayton and Kaitlyn York.
Continuing May 7 through Friday May 10th students in all grades will be participating in the State end of year assessments. For those two weeks (Monday’s are run on a regular bell schedule) we will run a “Block” schedule to accommodate for the longer time needed to administer those assessments. There is a PDF showing that schedule attached to this story.
Congratulations to our April 2019 Students of the Month. Our monthly breakfast of muffins, juice, and chocolate milk was enjoyed while we celebrated our Students of the Month. Thanks to our students for being great, their parents for supporting them, and our CTE and FACS teachers for nominating!
- Joseph Andelin, Christian Paz, Madalyn Dance, Cardiff Bassett, and Jaynee Tanner
- Oswaldo Contreras, Luis Guillen, Haylee Chavez, and Rosslyn McClain
The Utah Shakespeare Festival is once again hitting the road with its Shakespeare-in-the-Schools touring production – this year performing one of the world’s first psychological thrillers, William Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
An evening performance for everyone is this Tuesday, April 16, at 7:30 at Springville High School, 1205 E. 900 S., Springville, UT. And, admission is free.
Our very own Mrs. Susan Anderson was recently recognized as the "Teacher of the Year" from Diamond Fork Jr. Mrs. Anderson is an outstanding educator who loves her students. She creates an excellent atmosphere of learning and is known for her hard work and dedication. We are so fortunate to have Mrs. Anderson as one of our staff members, congrats Mrs. Anderson, you are amazing!
Thanks to our Character Ed class we have an awesome new hallway display. The "Diamondbacks in Action" board hangs in the hallway displaying pictures of students who have been nominated by their peers for the great people they are. Attached are just a few of the picutres with the peer write-up as to why they were nominated.