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Salem Hills High School DECA students experienced Comic Con from a marketing perspective by receiving an invite to attend a closed press conference on Friday. Students were able to participate in a celebrity press panel to observe how reporters ask questions first hand They also learned about the economic impact Comic Con has had on Salt Lake City’s transportation and tourism industry in the last three years. Attending the press conference was Utah’s Lt.
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Our Student Council has done it again and brightened our halls with lots of fun. What a talented, and great group of students.
Last week Senator Orrin Hatch, at the invitation of our football team's booster club and Coach Jeff Higginson, visited our community and spoke to our communities' veterans. In his remarks he complimented the veterans saying, " You are the basis of our country; you’re the reason why our country is the greatest in the world.” Though the senator's remarks were intended for the veterans in attendance (and I completely agree with them), they also apply to our school community.
SALEM, UT – Senator Orrin Hatch came to Salem Hills High School to honor veterans at the 3rd Annual Military Appreciation football game on September 11, 2015. During his visit he made a special speech to veterans before sharing the football field with them for the 9-11 commemoration. Veterans and their families enjoyed a free meal, plus admission to the football game.
“You are the basis of our country,” he told the veterans of both Spanish Fork and Salem, “You’re the reason why our country is the greatest in the world.”
Our school's song begins, "We are the Salem Hills Skyhawks, proud to be Salem Hills Skyhawks! Standing united, we will lift school spirit. Soaring high, we scream our cry for all to hear it." And as I watched the Payson Onion Days Parade this last Monday, I was certainly uplifted by the energy and enthusiasm that our SHHS drill, band, cheer, and student council students brought to that event, in addition to several others of our students who were participants in the parade as well.
In line with our annual tradition, the student council at Salem Hills High School chose David Correy and Aloe Black's song "The World is Ours" as this year's theme song. In the song a verse reads, "You can stand on my shoulders and raise up your arms; when we all come together we light up the dark." The chorus of the song then emphasizes how "...the world is ours." It's a great song, and I highly encourage listening to it if you haven't had a chance to hear it yet.
Josh Grew up on farms in Lehi and in Southern Idaho, he graduated from UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY in 2007 with a Bachelors degree in Agriculture Education and a Masters degree in 2010. This is his 9th year teaching Ag. Josh has had numerous successes as an FFA advisor in Preston, ID which included 10 career development event teams/individuals winning state and competing at the national level. Josh enjoys pheasant hunting, has 4 kids and was in FFA in high school.