As the thunderclouds rolled in yesterday at graduation, we all watched anxiously wondering what calamity the storm would bring with it. We probably all went through a number of worst-case scenarios in our minds; however, after about ten minutes we were relieved to see the sun fighting its way through the gloom to make for a glorious ceremony. And as I stood there, a little wet, and congratulated our seniors on their accomplishments, I couldn't help feeling just how fitting the scene was.
Tryouts for the Lady Skyhawk tennis team will be held August 3rd, 7:00am at the tennis courts.
Grete Weitz, the first woman to run a marathon in under two and a half hours, said, "For every finish-line tape a runner breaks, complete with the cheers of the crowd and the clicking of hundreds of cameras, there are the hours of hard and often lonely work that rarely gets talked about." With our track teams' winning boys' and girls' region titles last week, this quote seemed apropos. Our SHHS track teams' two titles certainly represent hours and hours of dedication and hard work.
The Springville Museum of Art, Art Ball fundraising event (“A White Glove Affair”). This fundraiser helps to provide free programs throughout the year for the community at the Art Museum. (This is a formal event, so students can wear their prom dresses again).
Two of our iconic educators are calling it a career at the end of this year: Jim Griffin and Lane Moody. Come and celebrate their careers with them at a retirement reception in the library here at SHHS on Monday, May 18, from 3:00 to 5:30 PM.
Refreshments will be served.Also retiring this year is Beth Blakely; a retirement reception will be held for her at Spanish Oaks Elementary on May 21 from 2:30 to 4:00 PM.