January 2022


Submitted by kylynn.james on Mon, 01/31/2022 - 14:08
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State Drill Spirit Bus

Submitted by kylynn.james on Mon, 01/31/2022 - 08:41
State Drill

Students! Let's fill the spirit bus & support our Lashay's on Wednesdsay 2.2.21 at State Drill!!

We have 30 spots available on the bus at a first come, first serve basis.

The bus ride will be $5 (pay in advanced at the finance office) and entrance will be $5 at the door (with a student ID).

IMPORTANT! Students must have less than 10 hours detention in order to ride the bus!

Congratulations DECA Students

Submitted by kylynn.james on Mon, 01/24/2022 - 07:30
Group Photo
Logan & Annalise
Kyle & Jake
Group Photo
Congratulations to our AMAZING Salem Hills DECA team. 
Kyle Campbell and Jake Clark 
  • Top 10 in the Marketing test 
  • 3rd place in Sports and Entertainment Marketing
  • 2nd Overall
Kaitlyn Millar and Ellie Wride 
  • 1st in Buying and Merchandising team event
  • 1st with their test scores combined in the marketing roleplay 
Luke Dalley - Individual Events
  • Top 10 on the marketing test
  • Placed 2nd in Hotel and Lodging Management 
  • 1st in the combined test and role play
Logenn Marziale and Annalise Johnson 
  • 1st in Entrepreneurship and Decision Making 
  • 2nd in Entrepreneurship Combined Test and Roleplay
Ashley Cahoon
    Received 80% on her Apparel and Accessories Marketing Project
DECA is an association of marketing students that encourages the development of business and leadership skills through academic conferences and competitions. Each competition includes a written test over business and marketing information, as well as two role-playing, problem solving events. Students are judged on the basis of their ability to develop and communicate sound, creative, and thorough solutions to the problem situations. 

State Art Show

Submitted by kylynn.james on Fri, 01/21/2022 - 09:32
Holly Hickman
Luke Dalley
Lucy Truman
Jocelyn Bright

The following students were accepted to be a part of the All-State High School Art Show at the Springville Museum of Art.  This is really an honor for these students.  About 350 high schools enter their best artworks and of all of those works of art just over 300 are selected to be a part of the All-State show.  If you see these students you may want to congratulate them on this honor.

 Luke Dalley

Lucy Truman

Jocelyn Bright

 Holly Hickman

State Board of Education, DonorsChoose Launch $12 Million Effort for Educators Largest COVID Relief Funding Program of Its Kind to Directly Help Utah Public School Classrooms

Submitted by kylynn.james on Tue, 01/18/2022 - 11:04

Today, the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) officially launches the allocation of $12 million in COVID-19 relief funds to directly help K-12 public school educators get classroom resources for the school year through DonorsChoose, a nonprofit crowdfunding website. The collaboration between USBE and DonorsChoose is the largest of its kind to date in the nation and will provide Utah educators with up to $1,000 in funding for their projects, empowering them to support their students' success with classroom resources.

"Our educators have demonstrated incredible passion and innovation as they have gone above and beyond to help students during these unprecedented times caused by the pandemic," said Mark Huntsman, USBE Board Chair. "With the support of the Board and its staff, we are thrilled to have this opportunity to show appreciation for our educators by investing in their classrooms and providing them with the resources they need in this moment to address the impacts of disrupted learning."

The use of the funds for a classroom grant partnership was the idea of Board Member Molly Hart, who felt strongly that USBE get as much money as possible into the hands of the state’s best educational resource, its teachers. "Utah’s educators are some of the finest in the country and I was so inspired to witness firsthand how they continued to sacrifice and show up for their students throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. They not only helped their students, but helped their students’ families, and school communities in incredibly innovative ways,” said Hart. “In this moment more than ever, they deserve our support and appreciation, and I am proud that we as the Board are able to provide Utah’s educators with resources to fund what their classrooms need most right now.”

As part of the partnership with USBE, DonorsChoose will ensure any requests for instructional materials align with the Utah Core Standards. For any requests for non-instructional items, DonorsChoose will confirm that projects relate to one of the four main goal areas identified in USBE’s strategic plan: safe and healthy schools; early learning; personalized learning; and effective teachers and leaders.

“We’re so grateful to collaborate with the Utah State Board of Education in such an innovative way to empower its educators and students during a critical time,” said Charles Best, founder of DonorsChoose. “These grants are an investment in the frontline wisdom of Utah’s educators that we know will help students across the State continue to go strong this school year and beyond.”

Any Utah full-time equivalent K-12 public school employee who spends the majority of their time directly educating or counseling students is eligible to create a project. Eligible projects are anticipated to be funded within one week of posting. Projects will be funded up to $1,000 in total costs for student-focused resources.

“Our Utah teachers are the frontline experts who know what our students need in response to the pandemic,” said Superintendent of Public Instruction, Sydnee Dickson. "This innovative partnership with DonorsChoose allows for student-centered funding that is directed by the educators in the classroom to support learning and achievement.  With this $12 million allocation, we are thrilled to be able to get resources directly and immediately to our Utah educators and students.”

Since Charles Best founded DonorsChoose in 2000, more than 12,600 Utah teachers representing every school district have raised $21 million for projects that help them go above and beyond in the classroom. The new collaboration between USBE and DonorsChoose will further this support for educators across the entire State.  

USBE will begin funding eligible requests on a first-come, first-served basis beginning January, 18, 2021 and for as long as funding is available. Educators can learn how to create an eligible DonorsChoose project in the organization’s Help Center.  



#RiseUp #NeboHero #NeboSchoolDistrict #StudentSuccess #EmpowerStudents #EngageStudents #FocusOnStudents #LoveUTpublicSchools #UtPol #UtEd #ThankATeacher #LoveTeaching

Lana Hiskey

Wellness Center

Submitted by kylynn.james on Tue, 01/18/2022 - 08:56
Wellness Center Open Now Room B106
Seating Area
Art Area
Supervisor Area

SHHS is excited to announce the opening of our new Wellness Center.  This room is to be used as a designated space for students & faculty to have a 15-20 minute break in order to "Rest & Return".  The Wellness Center is a great place for students to use art therapy, meditate in front of the fireplace, or use any of the meditation & wellness tools found in the room.  Students using the Wellness Center will be asked to leave their friends at the door and keep their phones in their bags.

We are so very grateful to Mr. Peery for helping us fund this room through a wellness grant given to the district for such purposes.  We have also had many generous families & members throughout the community donate art supplies, decor & many other tools to be used by students in order to help them reset & return to class when able.

We are excited to see this room in action & have the chance to help students in need!

After School Detention

Submitted by kylynn.james on Thu, 01/13/2022 - 13:45
Detention Change
Detention Lab Times


Please note that after school detention on Tuesday, Thursday & Friday has been moved to room D203.  Corom's Corner will still be held in room D104 on Wednesdays.

SHHS Detention Lab Information

Morning Detention

  • Tuesday - Friday Before School
    • 7:00-7:45 am 
    • Room D209

Afternoon Detention

  • Tuesday, Thursday, Friday After School
    • 2:30 - 3:30pm
    • Room D203
  • Wednesday After School
    • Double Detention Days
    • 2:30 - 3:30pm
    • Room D104

Detention will not be available on Mondays