Language Arts students celebrate Austenesque (Jane Austen) Regency High Tea

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SHS School News Students

On Friday, March 9, Springville High’s AP Composition and Literature students in Mrs. Lisa Simmons class participated in the 6th annual Austenesque Regency High Tea held in the transformed SHS Library. 

Students enjoyed a five course buffet. Tea was substituted with a hot chocolate bar and authentic period food included English scones with cucumber tea sandwiches, gourmet European cheeses, jams, jellies, authentic French macarons, chocolate covered strawberries, cheesecake petits fours, Belgium crème puffs, and chocolate eclairs. 

SHS Juniors are Nebo Finalists in district science fair

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SHS Live Broadcast

Elizabeth Rex and Joel Emmett (both Springville High Juniors) competed in the Nebo School District Science Fair on Wednesday, February 28, and came away with the award “Nebo Finalist" which qualifies them to participate in the Central Utah STEM Fair at Brigham Young University at the end of March.

SHS Live featured their success on Thursday, March 1.  Watch the full interview and broadcast at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eH3lZftehmw

--photo from SHS Live Broadcast (Elizabeth Rex – middle, Joel Emmett – right)

Once in a Lifetime Opportunity

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by Brandon Hawkins, FFA Officer

On Thursday, February 22, Springville High FFA members had a once in a lifetime opportunity to have a National FFA Officer, Bryce Cluff, visit us here in Utah. This only happens about once every ten years since national officers are over regions and can’t be everywhere.

We were honored to host Western Regional Vice President, Bryce Cluff, from Arizona, for a fun filled day. We began our day at Orem High school getting to know Bryce and other FFA members from around the valley.

Multi FFA Chapter Activity

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by Brandon Hawkins, FFA Officer

On Thursday, February, 22, Springville High FFA hosted a multi-chapter activity featuring ice skating for National FFA Week. Nine FFA chapters from all over the valley participated with all skill levels of ice skaters.  

Thank you to the Peaks Ice Arena in Provo for hosting this event. We were also privileged to have with us our Utah State FFA Officers and our Western Region National FFA Vice-President, Bryce Cluff, from Arizona. It was a fun time getting to know others in the FFA.

FFA Teacher Appreciation Breakfast

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by Brandon Hawkins, FFA Officer

On Thursday, February, 22, Springville High FFA Hosted its annual Teacher Breakfast during National FFA Week. FFA celebrated our teachers by cooking and serving a first class breakfast. This year’s menu included french toast, sausage, and the always popular buttermilk syrup.

Thank you to all our teachers here at Springville High; we appreciate all they do to support FFA members, our FFA program, and our SHS student body.

HOSA Blood Drive

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photos by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser

HOSA club sponsored a blood drive on Wednesday, February 28.  Over 50 SHS students and staff signed-up for this life-saving opportunity.

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