The Stronger Families Project provides virtual family classes to the community focusing on building the strengths and resiliencies that each family already has, and improving their daily family life. The classes focus on such topics as communication, positive discipline, problem solving, bonding, and establishing family values and rituals.
We are happy to announce our February Students of the Month! These students were nominated by faculty and staff for being a Spartan in Body, Heart, and Mind. Congratulations Spartans!
Left to Right Back Row: Nathan Swinford (9th), Kate Stratton (8th), Jaiden VanHorn, (9th), Hailey Nelson, (8th); Left to Right Front Row: Rylee Judd (9th), Isaac Peterson (8th), CeJay Murdoch (8th), Ryan Call (9th)
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Congratulations to Wrestlers: Congratulations to our wrestling team who competed in the district finals today!
New Students: If you are a new student here at Salem Jr. or you haven't ever checked out a Chromebook, please stop by Mrs. Teuscher’s room #104 and get a permission slip. Then bring the signed permission slip back to Mrs. Teuscher and she'll get you taken care of. We highly encourage you purchase the Insurance for the Chromebook for $30.00. If you do not buy the insurance, you are liable for any and all damage to your Chromebook. You can pay Mrs. Cook in the finance office with cash, check or credit card.
Congratulations to our January Students of the Month! These students were nominated by faculty and staff for being a Spartan in Body, Heart, and Mind. Way to go students!
1st picture left to right: Cameron Kaletta (9th), Kenya Campbell (8th), Haven Harris (9th); Individual picture: Ava Lott (9th); Individual picture: Elaina Moreno
Our own Nikki Lamoreaux, math teacher, was published and featured in the National Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12 (MTLT) publication.
Teaching is a Journey provides space for PK-12 teachers of mathematics to connect with other mathematics teachers through their stories that lend personal and professional support. In the January issue, junior high school mathematics teacher, Nikki Lamoreaux, shares how she incorporated the principles from a three-year professional development program focused on comprehensive mathematics instruction into her classroom.
Changes to Quarantine: There have been some changes made to our procedures dealing with COVID cases. In the past, when a student tested positive and was at school during their contagious time, we had to quarantine all students that were in close contact with that person. Now, as long as all students wear their masks, we will not have to quarantine those that have been exposed at school.
This is a friendly reminder that you have until the end of the day on January 5, 2021 to change between Remote and At-School learning. If you would like to make a change and haven’t already done so, click on THIS SURVEY to submit your decision.
If you would like to stay with your current choice, please do not fill out the survey.