On October 19, 2017, Bingham Memorial Hospital CEO Jake Erickson announced the winners of the 3rd Annual Back-to-School Coloring Contest. Nella Allen, a Sugar-Salem Junior High eighth grader, was the winner in the grade 6-8 category.
As they enter the building, visitors to Sugar-Salem Junior High have the pleasure of an enthusiastic “Hello” and a welcoming smile from Mrs. Kathy Nielson, our office secretary. Mrs. Nielson has been helping junior high students work through their myriad of daily problems for more than 20 years. Her positivity and understanding of [...]
Click to view the newsletter for August 2017.
The following are the supply lists for Sugar Salem School District for the 2017/2018 school year. While we are willing and able to provide all consumable school supplies for each student, you may show your support for our schools by bringing supplies from home. If you choose, we would happily accept a $25 donation [...]
Last week Mr. Bean's U.S. History class had the opportunity to go on a tour of the Legacy Flight Museum. The tour was up close and personal with many of the plans, and the students were able to hear about the different stories each plane had, and how it had a part in our country's history.
SSJHS Poetry Week Sugar-Salem Junior High had a poetry week where the teachers worked together to do a cross-curriculum activity of applying poetry into every class, whether it was Math, Social Studies, P.E, or Language Arts. At the end of that time, students were provided with the opportunity to create [...]
SSJHS students won big at the Bank of Idaho Art show! Click through for the full list of winners.
Congratulations to our artists of the month! Click here for information about the 2nd trimester winners!
>Mrs. Orme graduated from Madison High School, Ricks College, and Idaho State University. She began her career at Sugar-Salem Junior High working as the librarian. For the past seventeen years, she has taught 8th grade Language Arts...
Sugar Salem Jr. High kicked off "Say Hello Week" with the student council and teachers welcoming kids to school Monday morning. They are working with Madison Cares to help students start off the day with a smile. This is a project that will involve student participation all week long, as they work on "Random Acts of Kindness" throughout the week, as well as "No One Sits Alone" at lunch on Friday.