Diamond Fork News for September 19, 2022
All 7th grade scientists at DFMS went through an introduction to physics station lab moving from cars to billiard balls. These bright eyed students spent their time figuring out the relationship between mass, force and acceleration. "This is fun!" was an oft repeated phrase said throughout the day. Seventh grade science will continue to learn more about physics and Newton's three laws of motion throughout the next several weeks. Let's go, Diamondbacks!!
We are grateful for students who are good examples to others and we have an entire school full of them. Each morning we give out "Play of the Day" awards. These students are given these awards by their teachers for doing acts of kindness towards others. We want all of our students to know how much we love and appreciate you. Thank you for being true Diamondbacks!
Diamond Fork Middle School newsletter for the week of September 12, 2022.
DFMS's beloved Mr. Ryan received the ALL IN faculty award this month. Mr. Ryan has taught English, Reading, Creative Writing, Literature and Film, Yearbook, and ESL for thirteen years. He also is the amazing lead guitarist of our faculty's rock band! He is the quiet heart of the positive ALL IN culture of Diamond Fork!
Our 7th grade students got to see the history in their own backyard, historic markers, a dugout, restored cabins, and numerous artifacts from history. It was a beautiful day and the students enjoyed our .guides from the Hughes family at the Jones-Hughes Pioneer Park. Collected in the yard were also a windmill, a wooden phone box, an outhouse, a granary, a pump house and even a bright teal and yellow box wagon sitting beside a peeling lime green shepherd wagon. Students also got to try out a selection of authentic pioneer toys.