The Drama Guild recently hosted a concert to raise money for hurricane relief. Foreign Figures headlined with support from Festive People. They raised about $500 for charity. The money will be donated to the Red Cross and Save the Children; two organizations who are helping with disaster relief in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico.
Springville High student, Monet Jorgenson (a Junior), will soon have another literary work published. Her latest publish piece is titled "Girl" and it's a dictionary poem. Dictionary poems follow the format of stating a word (the title of the piece) and then giving two or three "definitions", which act as the main body of the poem.
“I don't quite know what inspired me, but the message I was trying to get across was that girls have power. They are forces of nature, not to be messed with,” said Jorgenson.
Her poem will appear in the 2018 Spring Issue #3 of THAT Literary Review, an online literary magazine.
“I intend, in the future, to keep writing. I don't have any specific plans, but I hope to continue writing until the day I die,” said Jorgenson.
Jorgenson said, “I'd give others the advice to never stop writing. Your work will get rejected, people will fail to see your genius, but you have to keep writing until you find a publisher who sees your work for what it is--Art.”
On Friday, October 6, Springville’s Red Devils traveled to Lehi to meet the undefeated Skyridge Falcons on their gridiron ending in a big Red Devil region and road win, 19-10.
The Red Devils remained scoreless until the second half, but found their stride in the third quarter where they rallied for 13 points to take the lead and secure the victory. Quarterback Ty Eriksson rushed for a score and then connected with Trae Hillstead and Jaeden Church for two TD passes in the win.
Please see the pdf for information about: picture re-takes, driver's ed, blood drive, FFA going to Snow College, this week's Hope Squad assembly, PTO, PSAT, FAFSA night, math lab, this week's debate tournament, the Wasatch Front marching band competition, and Region 8 cross country results.
Springville overcame a halftime deficit to beat Wasatch, 26-24, on Friday, September 29. Bradley Nicol rushed for 107 yards and one touchdown, and Ben Schreiner had an 80 yard touchdown to lead the Red Devils to victory. Cole Bowers added 88 yards on the ground and Ty Eriksson ran for one touchdown and threw for another to complete the comeback. The region game played at Wasatch.
Come support your Red Devils as they travel to Lehi tonight, October 6, to face Skyridge. Kickoff is at 7 pm.
Today representatives from “Fight the New Drug” presented an anti-pornography message. Miss Springville, Miriam Hall, welcomed the student body to the assembly and introduced the speaker. Today's presentation was sponsored by local Springville/Mapleton business Absolute Air.
Check out more information at: http://fightthenewdrug.org/
Please see the pdf for information about driver's ed, the upcoming blood drive, Tuesday's Fight the New Drug assembly, PTO, SAT testing, ACT testing, the SHS ACT prep class, a FAFSA information night, a Hurricane Relief concert, and this week's events.
Flu shot and vaccine clinic information is also attached.
Mr. Wesley Morgan is our new intern at Springville High School. He previously student taught a Spanish Immersion, 2nd grade class at Orchard Elementary. Morgan teaches Physics; he’s very grateful that he has the opportunity to work here.
Morgan said, “I want to make it fun and accessible for all students here.”
Morgan and his wife, Natalie, enjoy reading and playing sports together. Believe it or not Morgan used to work as a waiter and actor at a dinner theater in Idaho.