Utah Honor Flight Fundraiser

Students at Salem Jr High School have the privilege of assisting Utah Honor Flight in honoring veterans by giving them the opportunity to travel to Washington DC. The veterans will be able to visit the war memorials that were built in their honor.

For most Veterans, visiting their War Memorial is a truly profound experience, a time to cherish, remember, honor, and heal. 


Hope Week 10/29 - 11/02


Salem Jr. High Hope Week will be held during the week of October 29 through November 2.  Students are encouraged to reach out to others and make connections to strengthen friendships and learn resilience skills. The theme for Hope Week is “Connections” and daily activities are as follows:


All Week:  Students can pick up a “Hope Squad Scavenger Hunt” card at the Counseling Office and throughout the week gather all the signatures of members of the Hope Squad and turn the card in at the end of the week for a treat.

Monday:  “Connect with Your Friends”--Play Twister @ Lunch

Tuesday:  “Connect with Music--Stay Upbeat”--Music and a Surprise Game @ Lunch

Wednesday:  “Connect with Your Inner Creativity”  Halloween Costume Contest @ Lunch

Thursday:  “Connect with Relaxation”--Hawaiian Dress-Up Day with a Contest @ Lunch

Friday:  “Connect with Kindness”--School Spirit Dress-Up Day (School and Sports Uniforms)--Hope Notes in the Commons.

Save the Kids Free Parent Education Night

Nebo School District has secured Collin Kartchner and Katey McPherson to present to parents, "What Every Parent Needs to Know about Screen Time/Device Use & Social Media's Impact on You Child's Well Being and Safety. Click for more information on this amazing opportunity to help your students.


Spartan Summit Award


Have you heard about the Spartan Summit Reading Award at Salem Jr High School? Any Spartan can earn this award by completing the requirements-- including students, parents, and teachers. Items will be checked off by various teachers as items are completed. The deadline to complete the requirements is March 3rd.

Check out the requirements here or under the information link the left.

More love and support comes to our students from Diamond Fork Junior High


Students at Diamond Fork Junior created a banner and signed messages of support for our students who are still under mandatory evacuation. Everyone here at Salem Junior is so appreciative of what these students have done to show our kids that they care. These kind words and messages of support have helped boost the spirits of our students.

Springville Junior High shows their love for Salem Junior High students.

The student council at Springville Junior coordinated an act of love and support for our students today. They recognized that some of our students are stressed and worried about the Pole Creek fire as it threatens their homes. So, they sent a large banner with messages of support along with a thousand hand-written notes with treats attached that will be handed out to students.

We are very touched by the love and support that the students at Springville Junior have shown during this time.

Fire and Evacuations

Although school is being held today, please do what you feel is best for your students. We understand that families need to be together during difficult times, and we will work closely with students who miss school because of the fire and evacuations.

Also, students who come to school today will be kept inside all day to avoid breathing the contaminated air.

School-wide Read Aloud - Restart


In an effort to encourage literacy with all of our students, the English department decided to try a school-wide read aloud to start off the year. Every English teacher has been reading the book Restart, by Gordon Korman, to their classes. Students have been participating in online discussions with other classes, answering questions about the development of the story and the various themes that they have seen developing. 

Restart is about a school bully who receives a head injury after falling off of his roof and wakes up several days later with amnesia. He doesn't remember anything about his life before the fall and as he slowly learns who he is, he has to decide what kind of person he wants to be. It's a fun read with a great message for students. We will be reading the book for about another week, but the English department would like to encourage parents to read it as well, so they can have a conversation about it with their students.