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New Traffic Pattern

It is no small task getting 1200 students to and from school each day, and we appreciate all of the support and help from our patrons as we seek to make pick up and drop off run as smoothly as possible. Please note that we are making some adjustments, and we appreciate your support in helping us to make this a safer plan for students and drivers. The traffic pattern is changing in the North lot. To make things more convenient, there will be three open doors each morning until the bell rings to start the school day (noted in yellow). After that time, only the front door will remain unlocked for safety purposes and students will need to check in at the front office.
 
As always, the middle lot is designated for faculty parking and bus pick up/drop off only. Additionally, please follow the traffic pattern in the South parking lot so that staff and visitors are able to park. Please visit our website for an up to date map on the expected flow of the lots both before and after school.
 
Thanks again for your help in getting our students get to school and home safely each day!

2019-2020 School Registration

It's hard to believe that summer is coming to an end and registration for another school year is approaching. We hope you have had an enjoyable time with family and friends. Please see the registration link on the left for more information.

Kid's Fishing at Salem Pond

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Cecily Yeager

Mrs. Brighton, along with her technicians, took her Life Skills students and some peer tutors to the Kid's Fishing Day hosted at Salem Pond. Students were able to fish, play at the park, socialize, and enjoy lunch with friends from multiple school districts. We are so grateful to King's Camo and the multiple agencies that help to make this day possible each year!

Last Band Concert

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Our school bands did their last concert on Monday the 13th. They have been working hard all year long and it paid off. They sounded great. Mr. Stolworthy took time during the concert to recognize students who have played with the bad all three years of junior high and are now moving onto the high school. 

 

Spirit Day Next Week May 13 to 17

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We are looking forward to our End of School Spirit Week at Salem Jr. High May 13-17! While you try to incorporate each day's theme, please follow the dress code and do not use any face or body paint. The themes for each day are listed below.

 
  • May 13th - Blackout Monday- Wear as much black as you can! 
  • May 14th - Rep Your Team Tuesday - Whether it's local, college, or professional, support your team by wearing their gear! 
  • May 15th - Wacky Tacky Wednesday - We are ready for your craziest hair, socks, and/or clothes! Prizes will be given at lunch. 
  • May 16th - Lagoon Day 
  • May 17th - Spartan Spirit Friday - Wear your Spartan or Skyhawk gear and get a donut at lunch!

District Poetry Slam Champions 2019

Attributions: 
Caroline Hansen
Michael Langton, Sam Bleggi and Chloe Christiansen pose with their trophy

Salem Junior won the district slam for the FIRST time ever last night. These three made the best team we've had yet. Their points combined put Salem at the top. Michael Langton won 2nd place overall. Although Sam Bleggi and Chloe Christiansen didn't place in the top three, the each got very high scores for their poems. If you see them today please congratulate them! I think they were shocked that they won but SO excited. (The giant pencil is the trophy that the winning school gets to keep until the next year.) 

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