The Little Mermaid

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Diamond Fork Junior High School is putting on a production of "The Little Mermaid" March 6 - 9.  Drama students at the school are working hard preparing for the big event.  Kara Poulsen, drama teacher at Diamond Fork, commented, "This is the first year 'The Little Mermaid' was released and available for school's to perform, and we are very excited to put on this production."

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By: Sierra Campbell

Valentine's Fund Raiser

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Diamond Fork Junior High students raised over a thousand dollars for charity by selling candy grams this Valentine season.  Over 1,000 candy grams were delivered to students at the school, and 30 singing valentines were delivered to very embarassed students.

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By: Lorena Heyn

January Students of the Month

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Every month at Diamond Fork Junior High two students from the 7th, 8th, and 9th grades are selected as students of the month.  These students are nominated and then voted on by the entire faculty.  The students of the month for January are:

7th Grade: Melissa Carter and Laton Hansen

8th Grade: Madelyn Marshall and Andrew Werner

9th Grade: Emma Hansen and Brandon Bundy

Chess Tournament

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Every day during e-time students can be found in the DFJHS library practicing their chess skills in preparation for the Nebo School District Junior High Chess Tournament.  This big event will be held on Saturday, February 9th from 8:30 - 3:00 at Cherry Creek Elementary in Springville (484 South 200 East).

Geography Bee

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During the month of December, all the students at Diamond Fork Junior High got the opportunity to show their knowledge of geography by answering questions written by the National Geographic Society.  The top scoring seventh and eight grade students participated in the school geography bee on January 4.  The winner of the geography bee was Jaci Hulse, an eight grader with Johnathan Tanner, the runner-up.  Jaci was awarded a certificate and medal from National Geographic.

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By: Vicki Gardner