SaJHS students contribute to Skyhawk Marching Band success

Submitted by amy.huhtala on Wed, 10/22/2014 - 16:15

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! 

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Daniel Stolworthy

SaJHS students participate in award-winning Skyhawk marching band

Submitted by amy.huhtala on Tue, 10/21/2014 - 21:11

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.

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Daniel Stolworthy

Spartan Chronicle broadcasts news show

Submitted by amy.huhtala on Fri, 10/10/2014 - 21:08

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. 

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Amy Huhtala

Spartan Chronicle publishes first paper of school year

Submitted by amy.huhtala on Mon, 10/06/2014 - 11:12

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.

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Amy Huhtala

Spartan Chronicle releases news show

Submitted by amy.huhtala on Wed, 10/01/2014 - 10:52

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.

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Amy Huhtala

SaJHS hosts Special Education Extravaganza

Submitted by amy.huhtala on Mon, 09/22/2014 - 11:32

For the second year in a row, SaJHS hosted a special education extravaganza last Thursday, September 18th. Special education students from various junior highs in the district came to enjoy booths, food, treats, and a dance. 

Read more at http://www.heraldextra.com/news/local/south/salem/article_d456c9c3-e8e8-5c97-91ef-ba9b5a9810c1.html

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Amy Huhtala

Junior High Band students join SHHS Marching Band

Submitted by amy.huhtala on Mon, 09/22/2014 - 11:22

On Friday Sept. 12th, both Salem Jr. High and Mt. Nebo Jr. High Bands joined the Salem Hills Skyhawk Marching Band for the football game against Timpview High School. Students came together for good food, fun music, and an exciting football game (for the first half at least). Here's some pictures of the fun.

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Daniel Stolworth

Administration takes Ice Bucket Challenge

Submitted by amy.huhtala on Thu, 08/28/2014 - 14:57

The administration bravely endured the ALS ice bucket challenge today during a scheduled fire drill in front the entire student body. Students were clamoring to get a view of Mr. Fleming, Mr. Mecham, and Mrs. Haider get doused by ice water that poured out of a tractor bucket while Mr. Roberts and Mrs. Cook were drenched by their co-workers. Each participant listed who they were challenging shortly before the student body began a 10-second count down. 

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Amy Huhtala

Two Days of Educated Entertainment

Submitted by maria.ruiz on Fri, 08/22/2014 - 12:26

Over one-hundred students from all of Nebo School District’s junior high schools participate in the two-day Nebo Shakespeare Academy. This fun-filled summer event features ice-breaker games, theatre motion, voice technique, acting competitions, food, and FUN! 

Mapleton Junior High School was full of excitement and energy as students learned the value of good collaboration and healthy competition. 

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Lana Hiskey