August 2023

Unleashing the Power of Digital Marketing at Spanish Fork High School

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Tue, 08/29/2023 - 13:41

Marketing is about putting the right product, at the right price, in the right place, at the right time.  Mrs. Ford's Digital Marketing class practiced the 4 P's of Marketing by participating in a relay race where they created a strategy to deliver their ping pong balls, marbles, and bouncy balls (Products) to a shopping bag (Place) through cardboard tubes (Promotion) to earn sales (Price).

Elise Ford

SFJHS Students Future So Bright They Have to Wear Shades

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Thu, 08/24/2023 - 12:51

Mrs.  Brocious and Mr. Hallam's students filled out a "Get To Know You" questionnaire and were taught about opportunities in CTE while they enjoyed a hot dog on the first day of school. They also got to wear new shades because their futures look so bright! Students were a part of Exploring Agriculture, Agriculture Science 1, and Biology courses at Spanish Fork Jr. High

#LearningThatWorks #UtahCTE #Nebodistrict

Chaleesa Brocious

Utah Valley Job Fair - August 29, 2023

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Thu, 08/24/2023 - 10:09

Come to Utah's largest job fair and find your next job!  MTECH, UVU, Alpine School District, Provo School District, and Nebo School District are helping sponsor the upcoming Utah Valley Job Fair.   There will be a variety of employers in attendance, so dress professionally, bring copies of your resume, and be ready to interview.  Over 115 employers from various industries across Utah will be attending the Utah Valley Job Fair. 

Amy Ewell

FCCLA NAtionals: Mapleton Jr High Student Attends For The First Time

Submitted by nikki.argyle on Mon, 08/21/2023 - 09:20

For the first time, Mapleton Jr High had an active Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter, thanks to Bonny Groneman, the Family Consumer Science teacher/FCCLA Adviser who started running a competitive FCCLA program at Mapleton Jr High. Although over the years they have done multiple service projects for their community and school, the opportunity for these students to compete and improve themselves individually and as a leader at regional, state, and national levels was not a reality until 2023.

Aubrey Turnbow