Mr. Harrison has been working for Sugar-Salem for fifteen years! Click to read more about how he makes a difference.
Zack, Payton & Jaden Lerwill are double champions in Men's Gymnastics. All three brothers won 1st place at state, and all 3 won 1st place at their recent 5-state Regional Championships. At Regionals, Zack, Payton & Calin Herzoff all qualified to go on & compete at the Jr. Olympic National Championships in Reno, NV May 1-5th. Click to read more!
Three artists from Sugar-Salem Junior High were awarded their prizes for the Farm Bureau Book Contest. Click to read more!
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.
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!
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!
Mrs. Barrus has been teaching Orchestra in the Sugar-Salem School District since 2011. Her kind approach with students is clearly paramount in guiding students to excellence in music. Click to read more about how she makes a difference!
Sugar-Salem Junior High will host a Career Fair on March 14, 2018, from 6:00-7:30 P.M. 7th graders, 8th graders, and their parents are all invited to attend. Click for more info!
Students from all over southern Idaho entered art projects and our junior high students came away with 20 awards! Cael Neeley and Alex Christean earned $50 each for their first place entries. The Junior High Division includes students in the 7th, 8th, and 9th grades.