In Mrs. Singleton's class, students learned more about how the human eye works. Click to read more Kershaw students' adventures in STEM!
Algebra, pre-algebra, and 7th grade math joined in a competition to celebrate Pi Day. Outside of class time, students tried to memorize the consecutive digits in the mathematical term Pi.
The State Cheer competition is Saturday, March 16th at the Ford Idaho Center. Click for information on reserved seating.
Mrs. Schmitt has been the kitchen manager at Sugar-Salem Junior High School since 2009 and has been part of our district’s food service program since 1996. Click to read more about how she has a positive influence!
10 students from Sugar-Salem Junior High were recognized by the Rexburg Civic Club for their work in Art, Photography, and Poetry. Click to read more!
Darin Romrell and a group of 14 students prepared and launched a high-altitude weather balloon--or HAB--on February 21st. Click to read more and see video of the flight!
Mr. Bean teaches Social Studies, U.S. History, and World Geography at Sugar-Salem Junior High. Click to read more about how he makes a difference!
Sugar-Salem Wrestlers took their third consecutive state title--edging out Snake River for the championship. They were also the academic state champions and had three individual state champions. Click to read more!
Mrs. Daniel's class has been on the plasma ball learning about states of matter. Click to learn more!
Sugar-Salem Drama Presents the Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder. The show will be running March 1st, 2nd, and 4th at 7:00 PM with a Saturday matinee at 2:00 PM. Prices will be $3 for adults and $2 for students.