HOPE Squad Chalk Art


Because of HOPE Week our amazing HOPE Squad decided to brighten everyone who enters our front steps with some wonderful messages and colorful drawings. Thanks to the HOPE Squad for making us SMILE!!

Utah Valley Student of the Week- Rachel Wasden


On paper, Rachel Wasden, a ninth-grader at Diamond Fork Jr. High School, has a 4.0 GPA, takes multiple honors classes and loves to work hard. For two years now, Rachel has been selected to help tutor math other students in other grades. She is part of the National Junior Honor Society and has been on the tennis team for the past several years, most recently being on the varsity second singles team. She maintains a creative photography account on Instagram @Rachel_joy_photos.


Utah Vally Teacher of the Week- Ms. Young


Mandy Young, a teacher at Diamond Fork Jr. High School in Spanish Fork, has been selected as the Daily Herald Educator of the Week.

Miss Young currently teaches seventh grade science, though she has taught ninth grade biology and earth systems in the past.


Miss Young is one of the advisers for the National Junior Honor Society and is the PTA teacher representative for her school.

“Welcome to the BEST class ever!” That’s what you will hear if you are lucky enough to be in Miss Young’s science class.


Latino Appreciation Week Party


Our Latinos in Action group has been helping Diamond Fork celebrate Latino Appreciation Week. Today during E-time the LIA members put on a party for any and all students who wanted to attend. There were chips and salsa, face painting, and dance-dance. A BIG thanks to Senor Claybaugh and the LIA club for putting the party on. 

Mountain Man Visits Diamond Fork


Mr. Evan's 7th grade classes had a special visitor. A real life mountain man came to show them what it takes to hunt, trap, and survive in the wild. Students saw many different varieties of animal skins, tools, and mountain man clothing. Thanks to Mr. Evans for making it happen!

Especially for Athletes Information Meeting

This Thursday, September 28th at 7 PM in the Diamond Fork cafeteria there will be an information meeting on Especially for Athletes. The meeting will give detailed information about what E4A is all about and how it can help students develop leadership skills to help lift and raise others. This meeting is for ALL interested parents and students, please join us!



Thanks to our amazing Character Ed class (headed by Mr. Buck) each one of our students will get to celebrate their birthday with a root beer float party this year. By celebrating 33 students per week, every one of our students will be recognized on their birthday. Students receive their own personal invitation, a root beer float, and "Happy Birthday" sung to them by the Character Ed class. It's great to be a Diamondback!