SaJHS Track is Amazing!!

Submitted by on Thu, 05/09/2013 - 08:43

On Friday, May 3rd, Salem had a great pre-district meet against Springville and  Mapleton. Many people both had personal records and team/district records. Everyone worked so hard to beat their best times and measurements to qualify for the district track meet being held on Thursday, May 9 and Friday, May 10. Congratulations to Paige Simmons by winning the 100m, 200m, 400m, and high jump. Adrene Harding did an amazing job running distance for Salem in the 800m and 1600m.

Lauren Howard


Submitted by maria.ruiz on Wed, 05/08/2013 - 12:33

The first ever Nebo Poetry Slam was held May 7th at Salem Hills High school. 45 students from Salem, Payson and Spanish Fork participated. Noah Larsen took 2nd overall winning a $15 gift card to Barnes and Noble and two movie tickets, Brendon McConnell and Aidan Dayton received honorable mention prizes. All of our Salem poets were amazing.

Mr. Dayton

Track team thanks South Valley Gym

Submitted by on Sun, 05/05/2013 - 17:59

We are happy to thank South Valley Gym for their generous donation to our Track & Field program. They donated matching shorts, polos, athletic pants and jackets for six coaches. All were embroidered with our Salem S and Track & Field. We are thankful for their dedication to our community and the programs of Salem Jr. High School. Their donations promoted unity among our coaching staff and the track and field team. As we travel to represent our school and community we look great and are very distinctive. 

Utah Valley Chamber Great Kids Award

Submitted by on Sun, 05/05/2013 - 17:54

The Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce has awarded two Salem Junior High students to be a member of their Great Kids Award program: Harley Dixon and Josh Cowden. Harley and Josh were given the award at a ceremony at the Scera Theater in Orem on April 30. They truly are great kids and we are very proud of them!!

Gender Wars

Submitted by on Sun, 04/28/2013 - 19:52

Last week, Salem Junior High School had its very first Gender Wars! Every day at lunch the Student Council would choose boys and girls to compete against each other. They would have to complete various tasks such as rolling toilet paper out with their nose, or even seeing who could pull all of the tissues out of a tissue box first. There were always two teams consisting of girls and boys. Whoever finished their task first was the winner! The best part? At the end of the week the gender with the most wins of all the competitions would get a dollar off to go to the dance.

Jacie Wilkinson and McKenna Hall