We appreciate all of the support and help from our patrons this year as we have sought to make the north parking lot run as smooth as possible before and after school with buses and parents dropping students off. We know adjustments have been made for the safety of the students and we appreciate all of the support.
As tradition dictates, but never ceases to amaze us, the Diamond Fork Fine Arts Department provided top notch talent in our send off to Spring Break. The orchestra, jazz band, choirs, guitar, and drama club all performed as the beautiful art work of our students was displayed in a slide show in the background. We are so lucky to have such talented students and such talented teachers. Thank you Mrs. Poulsen, Mrs. Lewsi, Mrs. Olsen, Mr. Bigler, and Mrs. Mickelsen!
Our 7th grade Secondary Reading students just finished the non-fiction book, The Emmett Till Story written by Dr. Chris Crowe, a BYU professor. Recently the Emmett Till case was reopened. Our students got to see first hand the impact of research and writing. Students came prepared with questions to ask Dr. Crowe about his book, writing, and research.