Chronicle News Show broadcasts 9th Show and first-ever Christmas episode

Attributions: 
Amy Huhtala

The Spartan Chronicle, SaJHS student newspaper, just broadcasted its ninth news show. The show is written, filmed, edited, and produced by Journalism students each week. Freshmen Delaney Christensen and Whitney Wilde are the creators the the Spartan New Shows. 

To watch their Christmas episode, click here

Fine Arts Christmas assembly gets good reviews

Attributions: 
Amy Huhtala

On Thursday, December 18, students were able to attend a Fine Arts Christmas Assembly in which the school choirs, band, orchestra, and drama students performed some of their best work yet. Art student's work was also displayed by projector throughout the assembly. 

Journalism class visits BYUtv broadcasting facility

Attributions: 
Amy Huhtala

On December 11, Journalism students toured the BYUtv broadcasting studios. Whitney and Delaney were able to record footage for their news show right from the Studio C studio. 

Students were shown all 3 studios at BYUtv including Studio C complete with a stadium seating for live audiences. They were also able to see the studio where Sports Nation is filmed. 

Before their trip to the broadcasting building, Journalism students got a treat by eating lunch together at Brick Oven. 

Groundbreaking on new long jump pit December 2

Attributions: 
Thomas Barrett, Spartan Chronicle


SaJHS now has a new long jump pit, thanks to Ethan Mayfield, a Sophomore at Salem Hills High School, as well as many volunteers from our school and the community. The groundbreaking ceremony was held Tuesday, December 2. Three SaJHS students “broke in” the pit by practicing a run down the newly constructed asphalt path. Ethan estimated about 500 hours of work has been put into the project. Coach Blachard expressed his thanks to Ethan, and stated that this double long jump pit will help our track team practices immensely.

Our new long jump pit has a 2-pits and a asphalt path. The runner runs down the track, and then tries to jump the longest amount of area. They then land in the pit. The double pit allows 2 long jump competitors to practice at the same time. 

However, they haven’t been able to practice these events as much, because only Salem Hills has the facilities to compete in these events. Coach Blanchard said: “It makes sense to have track and field facilities because they are so popular at our school.” Thus the long jump has arrived at our school. Our school hopes to also have a shot put and discus area soon within the year.

 

Dedication Tuesday for long jump pit built for Eagle project

Attributions: 
Jordan Blanchard

Ethan Mayfield, former students of SaJHS, has been working hard to give the school a long jump pit for his Eagle Scout project. Many community members and school staff have come together to help on this project. The dedication for the long jump pit will be after school on Tuesday, December 2.

October Students of the Month

Attributions: 
Amy Huhtala

Congratulations to our October students of the month!

Pictured left to right: Trey Axelgard, Tyler Levie, Rose Dawe, Ariel Hal, Bree Jensen, and Braxton Batty.

Intramural Volleyball Tournament is a big hit

Attributions: 
Brooke Hansen

Salem Junior High hosted the Intramural Volleyball Tournament on Tuesday this week. There were teams from Spanish Fork Junior, Diamond Fork Junior, Payson Junior, Springville Junior and of course our 4 awesome teams from Salem Junior! Salem held the most wins through the whole tournament and represented very well. If you were a part of one of the four teams from Salem please stay after school Friday for a Salem Championship and some treats! Thanks to all those helped, played and participated over the passed few months! Salem has a lot of very athletic students!!! WAY TO GO!! 

Spartan Chronicle releases 2nd Episode of News Show

Attributions: 
Amy Huhtala

Don't miss the second episode of the Spartan Chronicle News Show featuring the Hope Squad, The Shakespeare Team, the wrestling coach and information about the upcoming wrestling season. The show has a new segment-- Shoutouts. If you are interested in broadcasting your shoutout, please send your video to sajhsnews@gmail.com. Shoutout videos need to be less than 30 seconds. You can also e-mail your shoutout to the email address listed above and we will record it for you. 

Watch the second episode of the news show here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5wRHvV_W6Q.

 

 

SaJHS students contribute to Skyhawk Marching Band success

Attributions: 
Daniel Stolworthy

On Tuesday October 21st, the Salem Hills High School Skyhawk Marching Band swept their competition at Davis High School. Several Salem Jr. High 9th graders contributed to the best performance the Skyhawk Marching Band has ever had at the Davis Cup Invitational. The band not only won first place in their division, but also took home first place awards for outstanding music performance, outstanding visual performance, and outstanding color guard performance. Keep cheering on your 9th grade marching band members as they continue their quest to another state championship! 

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