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Brandon Judd is our October Mayor's Award recipient. Here is what his teachers had to say about him:
Brandon Judd He is always here, always prepared, always works hard, and always friendly. He has been a great student all 3 years he has been at PJHS. Plus his skills are impressive. Keep up the good work Brandon!
Brandon is a great student. He is an outgoing, hardworking, responsible, and respectful student willing to help others when they are in need, and he is not ashamed to ask for help when he needs it. His attitude is contagious; I am grateful to have him in class this year.
Brandon has been in my honors math class for the past 2 years. He is a hard worker and helps those around him. He perseveres through problems and is just an all-around great guy! He is very deserving of this award.
**Help your own children and your students get excited about their futures! PHS is holding an amazing event this Wednesday, Oct. 9th, from 4:00-7:00 pm. It is a community event for all ages. They have the following resources available:
- LIA Students to help with Spanish translation
- Vocational Rehab
- Job Corp
- Fun activities for kids: face painting, UVU Mascot, etc.
- Food trucks
- Free popcorn
- Scholarship information including Regents Scholarship presentations at 5:00 and 6:00
Nebo School District and Spanish Fork City have partnered together to offer a special viewing of the film, Screenagers. This event will be held on October 14th, at 7:00 p.m. in the Spanish Fork High School auditorium. Screenagers is a film that reveals the impact tech time has on kids’ development. It also offers solutions on how adults can navigate the digital world and empower kids to find balance. We welcome and encourage all students, parents, and community members to attend.
Every month, a department nominates one girl and one boy from each grade to be the students of the month. They are nominated based on their respect, kindness, and attitude in the classroom. This month's students are Adan Figueroa (7th), Jelaiah Williams (7th), Chandler Hoyt (8th), Tori Rasmussen (8th), Jake Whaley (9th), and Randee Jensen (9th). We are so proud to be represented by these stellar students.