January 2018

Announcements for the week of January 29th

Please open the PDF for this week's announcements about: ACT prep class, parent-teacher conference, junior college day, graduation info assembly, Junior ACT, FFA service project, swim team, drill team, wrestling, track and field, scholarship info, and D' Males sign up.

Note from our school nurse: Utah County is experiencing a high rate of influenza ("flu") this season. Please see the letter and fact sheet from the Utah County Health Department.

Mental Health Awareness Nights

Attributions: 
Monica Hullinger, Nebo District Social Worker

Nebo School District will host several Mental Health Awareness Nights in the coming months. The topics of discussion will include improving mental health and safety planning with youth; several community service providers will be present to answer questions and help individuals to access services.  SHS will grant students detention credit if they attend with their parents.  Each event will begin at 6:30pm.

  • February 5, 2018 at Maple Mountain High
  • March 6, 2018 at Payson High
  • March 12, 2018 at Salem Hills High
  • April 16, 2018 at Springville High

Red Devil Wrestlers host the Golden Eagles

Attributions: 
photos by Jeff Porcaro © maplemountainsports.com

On January 11, Springville High Red Devil wrestlers hosted local rival Maple Mountain on the mat.  All the Springville wrestlers worked very hard during the match.

Red Devils Cordon Nuttall (160 lb wt class) and Simote ILoa (220 lb weight class) wrestled great matches and both won by way of pin.  

Also last week Lady Red Devil wrestler Marlynne Deede won her match in the first ever female All-Star duels.
 
Red Devil Wrestlers:
Tyler Austin, Baylie Bohl, Marlynne Deede,Tanner Durrant, Kai Ellison, Jorge Escobedo, Cole Gierisch, Simote ILoa, Cameron Lee, Jacob Magleby, Chris McCoy, Aaron Mele, Jakob Morrison, Cordon Nuttal, Alejandro Quezada, Enrique Quezada, Christian Small, and Jace Witney

FFA and Sub-4-Santa

Attributions: 
by: Brandon Hawkins, FFA Officer

Springville High’s FFA, along with several other clubs, had the privilege of providing Christmas for 50 local children. Some of the most fun was had when our Springville FFA chapter went shopping together. We divided into groups, then chose which families to purchase gifts for.  All the students searched and scoured the store to make sure we meet the needs of our neighbors in our community and purchased just the right gifts.

Ensuring that each child had something to read, something to wear, and something they wanted and a needed on their list really helped us to know how fortunate we are and allowed us to reflect on the importance of the holiday season.

It was also very exciting to deliver to those in need here in our own town. Thank you to everyone that helped make Sub-4-Santa a success again this year.

Veterans Day Celebration

Attributions: 
by: Brandon Hawkins, FFA Officer

Springville High School and the FFA honored our United States Veterans for their service throughout the week of November 6 - 10, 2017. Springville High’s FFA and student council prepared care packages to send to members of the military currently serving away from home. Students invited U.S. Veterans to join them for breakfast on the morning of Veterans Day and held an assembly afterwards honoring them and their service for our country. We would like to thank all of those who have served and are currently serving in our military.

 

Lady Red Devils host local rival Maple Mountain

Attributions: 
photos by Mark Spencer

On Tuesday, January 9, Springville High’s Lady Red Devils hosted the Lady Golden Eagles ending in an exciting and close match, 53-50, in Maple Mountain’s favor.

Lady Red Devils Sierra Davis and Brooke Galbraith each scored 14 points in the loss.

Maddy Eaton was on fire for the Lady Golden Eagles, scoring a game-high 31 points in the Region 8 victory against Springville.

Pages