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Quarters for Christmas

Kodi Price throwing a pie in Mr. Dayton's face
Mrs. Haider enjoying her pie!

We had a very successful Quarters for Christmas. Students and staff donated over $2,000 for families for Christmas. Stokes will participate with a discount on gift cards. (Thank you, Stokes!!) We should be able to help 10 families in our area. 

As an incentive, the classes competed for the chance to throw a pie in the face of the winning teacher. This event took place at lunch on Dec 19 and was great lunchtime entertainment! 

SaJHS Cross Country

Samantha Chipman, Grace Holmgren, Brodey Hasty, Cordel Jeffs, Victoria Black, Grace Parry, Zachary Browning, Steven Johnson, Sarah Brimhall, Tayler Sparrow, Colter Smith, Joshua Cowden, Daniel Chestnut, Drew Meservy, Mrs. Daniels, and Mrs. Chipman.

The SaJHS Cross Country team had a great first season! When it ended in Oct, we took 5th place overall in the boys and 6th in the girls. Brodey Hasty took 6th and Chayden Zeeman took 2nd overall. They did great and had a fun time competing!

SaJHS Fine Arts Showcase

Attributions: 
Reagan Fausett
Orchestra Performing at Spartan Target Conference

Thursday, November 1st, Salem Junior High Spartans showcased many of their talented  choir, band, and orchestra students during our Spartan Target Reflection Night. These students worked very hard and long so their performance would be enjoyable. It was a success, and everyone loved it! There were two choirs that performed; first the Chamber Singers (the most advanced choir class), and Women's Chorus (the second most advanced class). Both the Jazz Band, and the 9th grade orchestra performed as well. This concert was not only for entertainment, but also to show the expected improvement these students will make between this reflection night, and the next, which is soon to come. There are many opportunities for Salem Spartans to share their talents not only in Fine Arts, but also in Core classes like science, math, and English. For example, there is a science fair coming up soon in which anyone can participate in to show their strengths. We enjoy having our fellow students share their talents with us!

 

SaJHS October Students of the Month

SaJHS October Students of the Month

We have truly outstanding students at Salem Junior High School. The October Students of the Month as chosen by faculty are:

 
English
7th Grade     Morgan Abbott         Ryan Miller
8th Grade     Lauren Eppley         Brenner Steadman
9th Grade     Hannah Armstrong  Brennan Thomas
 
Math
7th Grade      Amber Alldredge     Treylon Lasson
 
Science
7th Grade      Kelsee Jensen         Logan Flint
8th Grade      Elise Riley                Steve Barton
9th Grade      Kylee Vest               Kade Richardson
 
History
7th Grade      Alexis VonAchen     Jace Salcido
8th Grade      Reagan Fausett      Ben Preece
9th Grade      Sierra Draper          Caleb Sly
 
Fine Arts
7th Grade      Melanie Auman       Devan Call
8th Grade      Carly Adamson        Grant Gunderson
 
Languages
9th Grade       Cynthia Martinez     Gammon Ashton

SaJHS Tennis

Alexi Olsen, Isabel Brockbank, Whitney Wilde, Sabrina Woolstenhulme and Mianda Merrill

Our SaJHS Girls Tennis had a great first season! The results were truly outstanding:

Varsity:
1st Singles: Maddie Wanner 2nd place 
2nd Singles: Aubree Beckstrands 3rd place
1st Doubles: Amanda Ith and Morgan Briggs 5th place
2nd Doubles: Abby Hullinger and Sabrina Woolstenhulme 7th place
3rd Doubles: Berlyn Briggs and Sydnie Crawford 2nd place

Junior Varsity:
1st Singles: Isabel Brockbank 1st place
2nd Singles: Natalia Oveson 3rd place
1st Doubles: Mallorie Kimber and Elise Riley 3rd place
2nd Doubles: Hannah Wallentine and Alexi Olsen 3rd place
3rd Doubles: Mekenzie Shepherd and Maddie Stiles 4th place

Great job girls - we are already looking forward to next year!

 

SaJHS Golf Team

Coach Haskell and his team

The Salem Junior High Golf team had a fantastic first season taking 2nd place at the State Championship!! The following athletes all did a wonderful job in representing our school with great sportsmanship and athletic skills!

 Steve Barton - won 1st Place and a Gold Medal

 Brooke Terry won Best Score of the year with a 41

 Thanks to our great athletes and to Coach Haskell for an outstanding first season!

 

SaJHS Students Attend Play at SHHS

Attributions: 
Audrey Miller
SaJHS students waiting for Guys and Dolls to begin

On November 7th, the students of Salem Jr. High School had the opportunity to watch the students of Salem High School perform the musical “Guys and Dolls”. This play/musical was based on a book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, which was based off of two short stories by Damon Runyon, with the music and lyrics written by Frank Loesser. It was written in the 1950’s and is about gamblers in New York finding love.

The students of Salem Hills High did a wonderful job a recreating this musical and bringing it to life. Many of the students enjoyed the play greatly.

I would like to recognize the efforts of the high school students and the Salem Hills High staff for working so hard to bring this musical to the stage. Their efforts were well worth it in the end, creating a musical well worth seeing. We also would like to thank them for allowing Salem Junior High to come and watch them rehearse for the final performance. It was a great honor to come and see them perform. We are extremely grateful for this opportunity and hope that this could become a tradition so that our school would be able to come again next year.

 

Veteran's Day Observance at SaJHS

Michael Mortensen and Kasey Hancock playing Taps

The SaJHS History department organized an amazing Veteran's Day observance on Novemeber 12. This included our own student band members playing Taps and Amazing Grace on the bagpipes. Then the teachers discussed the importance of our Veterans and showed videos explaining their sacrifices. It was a touching and impressive activity.

Chamber Singer Stokes Performance

Attributions: 
Katie Newman and Levi Ward
Stokes Choir Performance

On Thursday November 8th, one of Salem Junior High School's advanced choirs performed at Stokes Market at 4:00 PM. This wonderful singing group sang five songs: Jump, Right Here Waiting for You, Eye of the Tiger, Into the West, and Viva La Vida. Many of the Choir students and audience members gave us their comments on some of these songs. "I really liked the song, Viva la Vida" - Ethan Mayfeild. "I liked the song Eye of Tiger because it was very upbeat, it was a great performance."- Adam Johnson. "I thought it was pretty fun!" Levi Ward. "I think my favorite song we sang was Viva La Vida. It was very upbeat and lively, with a group our size, it sounded great! I hope we can sing it again!"- Abbie Hawkins. This was a great performance, all who went to Stokes had a great time shopping to music.

Intramural Sports at SaJHS

Attributions: 
Hayden Henrie
Intramural Sports: Fun for Everyone!

Intramural sports is a good way for a student to have fun, and play anoncompetitive sport. The sports are available for all students who go to Salem Hills Jr High School. The sports are all paid for by the district, so they are all free. Plus you can attend whenever, wether it be one day or more. There are no teams so you can't be cut from it. You can come to the sports either in the morning between 7-7:45 before school, or after school. The sports will be held in the gym by Mr.Blanchard. Another upside to the intramural sports is that if you're in P.E., you can use them to get P.E.credit if you missed a day of class or have a deficient grade. The current sport being played is badminton every school morning. All in all, intramural sports are fun and helpful at the same time.

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