Choir Performance - "Live in Living Color"

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  • The combined choirs and chamber orchestra from Salem Hills will be producing our first annual Broadway's Best concert, entitled "Live in Living Color" featuring 15 songs from musicals.  Tickets are $5 and are available for purchase in the Finance Office.  There will be nearly 300 students involved in this concert and it'll be nothing like you've seen from us before!

 

Technology Safety

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Angela Rogers

Angela Rogers did a fantastic presentation on Technology Safety during our last Parent Teacher Conferences. She talked about safety at home and on personal devices. Here is a link to her presentation. 

 

 

https://youtu.be/CulaJuuK7Qw

Athletes/Fan of the Week

Main Street Pizza Athletes of the Week are Kyra Mickelsen and Ammon Meyers (not pictured).  Congrats to these outstanding Athletes!  We award them a free 12 inch pizza from Main St. Pizza, a Gatorade, and a Redbox Promo code. Our Stokes Fan of the Week is McKay Ashton.

 

Athletes and Fan of the Week

  •  Main Street Pizza Athletes of the Week are Noah Patterson (Wrestling) and Jordan Haslam (Drill).  Congrats to these outstanding Athletes!  We award them a free 12 inch pizza from Main St. Pizza, a Gatorade, and a Redbox Promo code. Our Stokes Fan of the Week is Kenzie Wilkinson. 

 

FFA Advances to State!

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Pictured: Janie Lyman and Gage Gravley
  • On January 30th, the Salem Hills FFA competed in the Utah Area 5 Leadership Development Events. New to Utah this year is the Conduct of Chapter Meetings event, which is designed for 7th, 8th, and 9th grade students to learn how to conduct an officer meeting and use parliamentary procedure. The Salem Hills team placed 1st in the event. Members include Bailee Hansen, Maddie DeHart, Eli Evans, Bailey Hansen, Matt Lacey, Daycee Drury, and Jourdyn Cardon. All are students at Mt. Nebo Jr. High. In Prepared Public Speaking, Janie Lyman of Salem Hills High placed 1st with her speech entitled “Quagga Mussels.” In Creed Speaking, Haylee Stewart of Salem Jr. High was one of two individuals that qualified to move on to state, Tait Ising of Mr. Nebo Jr. placed 2nd in the event. In the Farm Bureau Discussion Meet, Gage Gravley of Salem Hill High was one of two individuals that qualified for state. In Extemporaneous Speaking, Keelan Stewart placed 3rd overall, and the Parliamentary Procedure team placed 2nd. Salem Hills also has 5 individuals from Salem Hills High that will be receiving the State FFA Degree; Keelan Stewart, Sydney Harris, Jocelyn Bell, Kasey Hancock, and Tanner Diamond. The state events will be held in Cedar City on March 9th. Great job and good luck at state!

 

Spring Track Season is Here!

  • The Salem Hills Track & Field Teams have seen amazing success over the past few seasons, winning back-to-back Region championships for the women's team, and 3-in-a-row for the men's team.  Both teams have finished in the top 5 at State over the past few seasons as well.  However, we graduated a lot of seniors the past two seasons, and we are in need of more help this year--from all sources!  We need runners, jumpers, throwers and hurdlers!  So come join us!  We will be starting our 2017 Track & Field Season on Monday, February 27th after school.  Any students interested in being a part of our team this year, please plan on being to practice that first day.  Additionally we will have a BRIEF Parent Meeting that evening at 5:00pm in the High School cafeteria.  We will be discussing all major requirements for participation as well as discussing the season schedule.  Please make every effort to be in attendance.

 

ProStart Region Next Thursday!

 

​The ProStart team is getting ready for their regional competition next Thursday!  They are​ making a three course meal in under an hour without the use of an oven or microwave. The challenge is to use only two mini burners (kind of like a camping stove). They have come up with a "tropical delight" menu including a shrimp salad appetizer, a halibut entree and a homemade creamy pineapple dessert.

 

Skyhawk Apparel for Sale!

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Students, Parents, Athletes, Siblings, Community Members:

Skyhawk Apparel for sale! Make purchase and orders through the high school finance office. Sale runs to end of school day March 3. Select from the attached picture.

FCCLA Region Results

FCCLA region convention was held February 10th at BYU.  Twenty-one (21) SHHS students competed in 17 different STAR (Student Taking Action with Recognition) Events.  Seven projects earned Bronze Medals, Thirteen projects earned Silver Medals, and 1 Project -Kenzie Wilkinson earned a Gold Medal.  Congratulations to all of them.  They are qualified to compete at the state convention on March 28th.  More attached:

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