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Central Elementary

(208)356-9351

Kershaw Intermediate

(208)356-0241

Junior High

(208)356-4437

High School

(208)356-0274

Valley View Alternative

(208)356-6845

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Brad Orme - Community Member of the Month
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  • Glenn Miller Night - Click for info!

Glenn Miller Night

Come to Glenn Miller night on March 16th and 17th! The dinner show starts at 7 PM. Click for more information about the show and reservations.

  • Students who qualified for state FCCLA conference.

FCCLA Students Reach State FCCLA Conference

Sugar-Salem FCCLA had six students qualify for the State FCCLA Conference. Congratulations to Reylen Vernon, CaeJae Vernon, Logan Yeaman, Teagan Marez, Briahna Terry, and Naomi Niederer!

  • SSHS Speech and Debate Winners

Speech and Debate Win Big at Rigby Competition

Congratulations to the Sugar-Salem Speech and Debate team! They performed extremely well at the Rigby Competition against 14 other teams. Click to read more about the competition.

  • Boys Basketball District Tournament Information

Boys Basketball District Tournament Information

Click for information on the boys basketball district tournament and full results!

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Girls Basketball State Tournament

The Girls Basketball team defeated Homedale 71-41 in the opening round of the state tournament. Click for full results and links to the bracket!

Dylan Pope Signs with Montana Western

Dylan Pope has signed to play football for Montana Western. Dylan is the fourth Sugar-Salem athlete to sign this year, following the signings of Mady Handy, Jaren Merrill, and Merrill Ward.

Haakon Jakobsen Wins National Exchange Program Gratitude Award

Haakon was one of five winners nationwide in the challenge. The award comes with $500 to donate to a charity of his choice, which he decided to donate to the Family Crisis Center.

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