Knowledge Bowl

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 04/01/2010 - 14:07
This year marks the second annual knowledge bowl held by our own Spanish teacher Mr. Macdonald. The bowl was a large success due to the fact that so many teams cooperated and the level of knowledge each team had.                 “I think it was very successful, judge by two yard sticks, due to the fact 32 teams signed up in under a day and we had to turn down 7 teams,” says Mr.
By: Chase, Zach, Eric and Austin

Salem Hills Softball taking a great win against Uintah!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 03/30/2010 - 14:19
Thursday March 25, 2010 Salem Hills showed their team work mixed with a lot of hard work and determination by beating Uintah after going into extra innings with the final score being 4-3. Pulling away with a win is a great accomplishment for Salem players. Salem Hills was beat out last year at state by Uintah, who took 2nd in state, so it really shows Salem Hills’ strength and improvement as a team. “Our players knew as a team they would have to be quick and work together because they have seen how strong Uintah really is.
Article by Chanda Miller, Photo by Randy Sorenson

February Students of the Month

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 03/22/2010 - 13:40
Adam Cardoza: (sophomore) was nominated by Mr. Haskell; he enjoys snowboarding and playing the saxophone. His favorite class is Jazz Band or Math. What makes him unique? He doesn’t follow the crowd! Molly Cannon: (sophomore) was nominated by Mrs. Lyman for being a hardworking, kind and respectful student. She enjoys reading and doing gymnastics. Her favorite class is Math. What makes her unique? She can put her feet behind her head! Heather Bolz: (junior) was nominated by Mr. Gillie; she enjoys rock climbing, swimming, singing, and playing the guitar. Her favorite class is psychology.
by Lauren Barney

USU Ambassador - Sam Metz

Submitted by ts on Wed, 03/17/2010 - 16:20

Sam Metz has been selected to be a Utah State University Ambassador! This scholarship is valued at more than $19,000 and covers full tuition and fees for 8 semesters. This is a very competitive program, with over 500 applications this year, and Sam was selected for one of 21 spots.