All FCCLA participants from Salem Junior High School qualified for State Competition in March

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Salem Junior High School had 16 students compete, place, and qualify for State. The purpose of  FCCLA is to promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family members, wage earners, and community leaders, members develop skills for life through character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation. Good luck at State in March!

Sharon Keliiliki

3 Salem Junior High Girl Athletes Wrestle at Divisionals

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Congratulations to Makayala Carrick, Shelby Christensen, and Ruby Lindstrom who wrestle for the Salem Hills High School Girls' Wrestling Team. They all participated in the UHSAA Divisional Tournament last week. Makayla and Ruby qualified and will wrestle at the State Girls Wrestling Tournament next week! Good luck at State! (Top Right: Makayla Carric. Bottom Left: Ruby Lindstrom. Bottom Right: Shelby Christensen.)

January Students of the Month

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Congratulations to our January Students of the Month at Salem Junior High School. These students were nominated for being a Spartan in Body, Heart, and Mind. Thanks for being awesome students.  Thank you for your example! 

Students pictured left to right standing next to the teacher who selected them:  Matthew Reeder, Asher Mattinson, Lydia Cope, Jeremiah O'Neil, Naomy Ortiz Hueramo, and Joseph Lyman.  Not pictured:  Kaitlyn Linford

Salem Junior High School FFA Takes 1st Place at Area Competition

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The  Salem Hills FFA Conduct Chapter Meeting Team competed in the Area Competition and took First Place! These students came in early to practice for the competition and will now be competing in the State Convention in March. Congratulations to Paisley Morgan, Cache Norris, Savannah Poulson, Jayla Downard, Preslee Bills, Grace Young, and Piper Adamson, and good luck at State!