Traffic Concerns: We have over 1000 students being dropped off each morning and picked up each afternoon. If you have a child in Jr High then you know by now that school drop off/pick up zones can offer a plethora of opportunities to practice humility and patience. Please use the picture below to know the best flow of traffic. There have been specific concerns about students being picked up on the west side of main street. This creates a safety issue when students run across main street to their waiting cars. Also, if you have a high school student picking up your Jr. high student, please talk with them about how to do so safely.
Detention: Early morning detention has started. It will be everyday at 7am in Mrs. Ward's room #119. Remember you cannot have more than 3 tardies to attend dances or some other school activities. You can make up tardies with your teachers that you had the tardy in by arranging with them beforehand or you can also serve in Mrs. Ward's room #119 at 7am.
How to Check Your Students' Grades in Infinite Campus: Looking for a fun activity you can do with your students once or twice a week? Look no further. You can check your students' grades anytime you want on the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. Instructions are below.
- Go to www.nebo.edu
- Under the "Parents" Tab, select "Infinite Campus Parent Portal."
- Login using the login and password you chose at the time of registration.
- Once logged in, click "Grades" in the left margin.
- Click on the Course Title (i.e. "English 9") to see specifics about a grade.
- If you have more than one student in the district, you can change which student you are looking at by selecting the drop down in the top right corner.
If you have any questions about logging into Infinite Campus, please contact our registrar Neely McEwan at neely [dot] mcewan [at] nebo [dot] edutarget="_blank" .
Congratulations to the Mountain Biking Team: Congrats to our students who participated in the Utah High School Cycling League NICA race this weekend. We're proud of their hard work and dedication. Extra congratulations to Beckam Penrod, Taggart Rieske, Reila Huntsman, William Turner and Brylee Jorgensen who placed on the podium.
SHHS Mattress Sale Fundraiser: On Saturday, September 10th, 2022 the Salem Hills High School Choir Department is pleased to host our annual mattress sale fundraising event. This event was a success for us the last few years and we are very excited to bring this event back to Salem Hills High School.
We hope this memo acts as a reminder that if you, or anyone you know might be in need of a mattress, please save the date and visit the showroom at the school on September 10th. This is the time to buy and save $50 to $2000 off retail, while supporting our program. There will be 25+ sets on display and a team of experts on hand to answer any questions you may have. There will also be adjustable bases, pillows, sheets and mattress protectors. Layaway and delivery are available.
When: Saturday, September 10th, 2022
Where: Salem Hills High School Small Gym
High School Girls Lacrosse: There will be a meeting for 9th grade girls interested in playing Lacrosse in the Spring. The meeting will be at the high school on 9/14 at 3 pm in the team room. The team room is in front of the main gym. If you have questions see Mrs. Craner.
- Sept. 6 - Girls Tennis vs Payson 3:30 pm
- Sept. 6 - Girls Tennis Intramurals @ SJHS 3:30-5:30
- Sept. 8 - Girls Tennis vs SFJHS 3:30 pm @SaJHS
- Sept. 9 - Boys and Girls Cross Country 3:30-4:45 @Springville Jr High
- Sept. 14 - SaJHS Dance 3:00-5:00 pm (For Current SaJHS Students Only)
- Sept. 14 - Mid-Term
- Sept. 15 - Parent Teacher Conference 3:00-7:00
- Sept. 15 - Spartan Rally 5:00-7:30
- Sept. 16 - Boys and Girls Cross Country vs Spanish Fork 3:30