Cookie, Certificate, and Cheer for 2nd Term Honor Roll Students!

Students who made the honor roll for 2nd term were rewarded with the traditional cookie, certificate, and cheers! Administration and counselors delivered snowflake cookies and certificates and gave a shout out to all 2nd term honor roll students during 7th period classes. All students were encouraged to work hard this next term. 

Nebo Youth Philharmonic Comes to Diamond Fork

 Diamond Fork band and orchestra students are treated to a live performance of  The Nebo Youth Philharmonic Orchestra. The purpose of this organization is to enhance school music programs within Nebo District and provide an advanced symphonic, semi-professional experience to students as they rehearse and perform in a spirit of collaboration and cooperation. The orchestra is open, by audition/application and director recommendation, to students participating in Nebo District high school orchestra and band programs.

Battle of the Books at Diamond Fork

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Diamond Fork hosted the Battle of the Books competition. Student teams read a variety of books from this year's award winning book list and competed answering questions based on the books. These Diamond Fork students competed: Natalie Jewkes, Elnorra Shaeffer, Madalyn Patchett, Kaitlyn Wyatt, Addison Garrett, Taylor Christensen, Cassandra Farnsworth, Joy Coxson, Natalie Nelson, Tanner Chapman. A big thank you to our amazing librarian Mrs. Olsen who sponsors Battle of the Books for the whole district. 

2nd Term DFJHS Honor Roll

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We are proud to recognize over 800 of our DFJHS students who have made the 2nd Term Honor Roll. Students who have a GPA of 3.5 or higher are on one of three lists. We are proud of their hard work and efforts in making this list, nice work Diamondbacks!

Make-A-Wish Ball Special Guests

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The Diamond Fork Make-A-Wish Ball was a huge success. Our wish child three-year-old Ryver was our special guest. As a surprise for Ryver, who came dressed as Elsa, we had Princess Anna there to greet her. Ryver's favorite princesses are Elsa and Anna from Frozen. Anna led Ryver and the students in a singing of "The First Time in Forever, " "Do You Wanna Build a Snowman," and "Let It Go." We raised almost $1,000 at the ball to help grant Ryver's wish. 

Coach Young Recognized as "Coach of the Year"

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Our very own Coach Young was recently recgonized by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) as "Coach of the Year". Coach Young teaches PE, Weightlifting, and Advanced PE here at Diamond Fork as well being the head tennis coach at Orem High School. Last spring his Orem Tiger tennis team won the state tournament. Congrats to Coach Young for all his hard work and efforts, a well deserved award. 

Pajama Day for Make-A-Wish!

In line with our Make-A-Wish week we had a pajama day. Students who brought a dollar could wear their pajamas and bring a blanket, even teachers got in on the fun! We were able to raise over $500 just doing this activity, we should reach our goal and send our wish kid to Disneyworld!

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