SaJHS made the news again by being innovative and creative. Seventh graders are participating in a cross-curricular project this weekend by baking two loaves of bread from scratch. One loaf of bread will be donated to a local charity. Read the full story: http://www.heraldextra.com/news/local/education/precollegiate/salem-jr-h...
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
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!
On Saturday October 11th, members of the marching band participated in the Rocky Mountain Marching Band Invitational held at BYU's LaVell Edwards Stadium. This year, there were a record thirteen 9th grade students in the Skyhawk Marching Band. The students had their best performance of the season and placed third in their division. A select few 7th and 8th grade students were also able to join on the fun trip to BYU and even help carry equipment to the field for performance.
Tanner Murray, Jesse Christensen, Jill Ashcraft, and Finlay Lofthouse are pictured enjoying the experience.
With only 3 more competitions left in the season, the marching band hopes to continue to raise their performance level and continue to place, hopefully winning at the state championship held on Halloween in St. George.
The Spartan Chronicle News Show debuted today during sixth period as teachers and students watch episode one of the weekly show in place of daily announcements. The show was co-founded by Delaney Christensen and Whitney Wilde, ninth graders and Co Editors-in-Chief of the Spartan Chronicle. The news show is scheduled to be produced and broadcasted weekly.
Teachers and students had favorable things to say about the news show. Anne Cook, finance secretary, said, "That was so much fun. They (students) did a fantastic job." Jordan Blanchard, PE teacher, said, "This is so good!"
To view episode one of the weekly news show, visit the Spartan Chronicle web page at sajhsnews.weebly.com. Click on news and scroll down to "videos, or just click here.
The journalism class at SaJHS distributed the September issue of the Spartan Chronicle to all students Thursday during 8th period. This is the second year that SaJHS has publised a student newspaper. Last year, students enjoyed 3 issues of the Spartan Chronicle. The 2014-15 staff has plans to publish at least 4 print-versions of the Spartan Chronicle and has added a video news show that will have a weekly episode.
September's issue of The Chronicle includes an in-depth look at the issues with the Common Core, fall school and community sports, student and teacher spotlights, and many more articles. New to this year's publication is a feature titled, "The Heart of a Spartan" in which Freshman Eli Wilcox highlights students who face tough challenges everyday. Returning columns such as "Amanda-Know-it-All" and "The World According to Spencer" are also included in the September issue.
Every student will receive their own free copy of the Spartan Chronicle each month. If parents or other community members wish to subscribe to The Spartan Chronicle, please e-mail email@example.com and we will send you a copy of the September issue as well as add you to our mailing list for subsequent publications.
The Spartan Chronicle, which is in its second year of publication, has added a new way for students and parents to get information about what's going on at Salem Junior High. Student Editors-in-Chief, Delaney Christensen and Whitney Wilde, have started a news show. View the trailer for thier upcoming episodes here.
One of the challenges with a monthly newspaper publication is the journalism staff can't cover events as they happen or before they happen. The news show, published once a week, will make information more available to students and parents.
Check back on the website for a link to the first news episode next week. Delaney and Whitney have some great things in store for you!