School Community Council Meeting has been cancelled for Thursday, February 8, 2018.
Our annual talent show is coming up on March 5th this year. The kids at this school are so talented. It's always one of the best assemblies every year.
The student council is holding tryouts next week February 6 and 7 from 2:45 to 3:45. Any students who are interested in showing off their amazing talents can sign up for an audition slot in the front office.
Can't wait to see all the great talent we have at our school.
District basketball finals have begun and our 9th-grade teams are hoping to have a successful run. The first games begin this Thursday, February 1. Our girls' team will be playing at Mapleton Jr. and will open against Mapleton at 3:30 p.m. The boys' finals will be played at Springville Jr., and their first game will also be Thursday at 3:30. Make sure to go cheer our teams on.
Included is a bracket showing how our teams will progress towards the final. This bracket shows the scheduled times for each game. Note, if our teams reach the finals, that game will be played at Springville HS on February 6.
Daily Herald's Utah Valley Educator of the Week is our own Nikki Mendenhall!
Ms. Mendenhall is a wonderful teacher who loves not only the students she teaches but all of the students at Salem Jr High. She is fun to be around and we are lucky to have her at our school. Learn more about Ms. Mendenhall . . .
Daily Herald's Utah Valley Student of the Week is Salem Jr High's Tanner Rogers!
Congratulations, Tanner, on being an awesome student. Read more about Tanner: http://www.heraldextra.com/news/community/education/utah-valley-student-...
Last Friday, we held our annual 8th-grade vs. faculty basketball game. Every year the 8th-graders get the chance to go up against their teachers in a 25 minute, full-court contest. It was a lot of fun listening to students cheer on their fellow students as they brought their best game against some of the teachers.
Most cheer for the student team, but, every year, there is always a small group of 9th-graders who cheer for the teachers.
Both sides played well, and several made some great shots, but, unfortunately for the 8th-graders, the teachers came out victorious and defended their undefeated title. We do, however, wish the best of luck to next year's 8th-grade team.
Earlier in the year teachers played volleyball against the 9th-graders and will be going against 7th-graders in a game of kickball sometime in the spring.
Students of the month were chosen and announced for January. Competition is getting fierce as teachers have many students who we feel are worthy of recognition for what they contribute to our school. Here are the students who we feel have really stood out this last month:
- Alida Spencer
- Luke Hanks
- Alayna Burton
- Spencer Fillmore
- Makayla Hubbs
- Connor Houghton
District championships were held for our junior high wrestlers earlier this month. We had a great showing and many of our kids placed in their weight division. Here are the results. Good job Spartans. What a great way to end the season.
- Dawson Wood
- Luke Degraffenried
- Clay Lyman
- Tage Thomas
- Caiden Richards
- Aiden Bowden
- Brayden Thurgood
- Kyler Stewart
- Ethan Thomas
- Taggart Argyle
- Kanyon Rasmussen
- Cole Anderson
- Conrad Anderson
Nebo School District will be hosting a series of Parent Awareness Nights. Several community service providers will be present to answer questions and help individuals access services. See the attached link for more information: http://www.nebo.edu/sites/nebo.edu/files/mental-health-flyer_2017-2018.pdf.