The Spartan Sentinel

Thousands of Dogs Still Found in Puppy Mill

Thousands of Dogs Still Found in Puppy Mill

Bentley Hansen, Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under News

The amount of puppy mills have decreased substantially in the U.S.A. although there are still about 10,000 mills around that distribute thousands of dogs to local pet adoption locations. According to the Humane Society of the United States,“99 percent of puppies come from puppy mills no matter...

Changing Seasons Bring Musical Might

Changing Seasons Bring Musical Might

Asheby Kearns, Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under News

With the start of a new school year and a fall season, music follows in its wake. At Murray High School, there are two musical programs:  Instrumental Music and Choir. What’s the difference between the two? Both use instruments, but the difference is between what kind. Within the instrumen...

Senior Quotes Were Due!

Senior Quotes Were Due!

Jacey Brown, Staff Writer

October 17, 2018


Filed under News

Senior Quotes Due Wednesday the 17th Seniors! It’s time to turn in senior quotes for the 2018-2019 yearbook. Quotes give the graduating class the opportunity to have themselves heard and remembered. Be sure to get them in to Ms. Adams in room 249 or the counseling center by the end of the s...

Interact River Clean-Up a Success

Interact River Clean-Up a Success

Helen Sullivan, Editor

October 15, 2018


Filed under Community, MHS Clubs, News

Between discovering needles in the woods and eating pizza with friends, the Interact river clean up was an absolute success. Interact puts on multiple service activities throughout the year, but, the river cleanup seems to be the most successful with the most people attending. Going to the site...

Flex Time: A Recap

Taysia Chea, Writer

October 1, 2018


Filed under News

For all of those confused by the so called “Flex Time”, fear not. Flex time is the period given to replace what we called “SSR” during second period last year. Thus allowing for students the choice to use their time properly and get help from teachers when needed. Simply put, it is a fail or pass class perio...

Getting Registered to Vote

Getting Registered to Vote

Karrie Norton

September 26, 2018


Filed under News

 Voting is a right held by every free American citizen and everyone should exercise their right in the upcoming election, but first, you’ll have to register to vote. Any person who is either of the age 18 or will be by November 6th, should take a few moments from their day and register to vote. If...

We’re Spartans, and it’s Spectacular: Spartan Spec

We’re Spartans, and it’s Spectacular: Spartan Spec

Kyler Simmons, Co-Publisher, Feature Editor

September 24, 2018


Filed under News

Every year Spartans look forward to Homecoming week. It is a week filled with activities, the PowderPuff game, Men's Drill, and Spartan Spec! Spartan Spec is held the Thursday the week of Homecoming. It takes place after school in the big gym, or out on the field, depending on the weather. After a bri...

Seniors Off to Scholarships

Seniors Off to Scholarships

Madi Lowe

May 29, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

Hey! Have you ever wondered what colleges Murray seniors got a scholarship to? Well, here is a list of the number of people going to colleges in Utah and out of state! University of Utah 70 seniors Brigham Young University 7 seniors Dixie State University 54 seniors Salt Lake Com...

Welcome Back Ms. DeShazo

Kyler Simmons, Editor

May 14, 2018


Filed under News

After 6 years of working with the Utah State Board of Education, Laura DeShazo is warmly welcomed back to Murray High as its new Assistant Principal. Deshazo started her teaching career at Murray, and is excited to be back. “I love the faculty and staff, and the students are talented and fun to be aroun...

Murray High’s 2018-2019 SBO’s, MAG, and MOS Officers

Madi Lowe, Writer

April 24, 2018


Filed under News

The 2018-2019 SBO's MAG, and MOS officers are:  SBO's: Alec Anderson Abigail Graham Hunter Riches Tyler Shelton Emily Mills Aryana Apelu Griffin Bitton Senior Class Officers: Amelia Kessler Ericka Rosen Erick Thackeray Ethan Larson Junior Class Officers: Abinadi Smi...

A Fond Farewell, to a Fine Vice Principal

A Fond Farewell, to a Fine Vice Principal

Kyler Simmons, Writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under News

Monday, April 16 marked the end of Vice Principal Theresa Mbaku’s time here at Murray High School. Coming up on the end of her 4th year here, Mbaku has decided to take a once in a lifetime opportunity to become the Director of Career and Technical Education (CTE), for Salt Lake City School Dis...

Groovy Like a Drive-In Movie

Groovy Like a Drive-In Movie

Breanna Haro, Editor/Writer

April 12, 2018


Filed under News

For the first time in forever, Murray High School will be hosting a drive-in movie on Friday, April 20th! Parking will begin at 7:45 pm in the North parking lot and the movie will start at 8:30 pm.  Parking will be free for those who own a parking pass so don't forget it. The movie has not been...