The student body is collecting cans for the Utah Food Bank. We are having a competition between first period classes for various rewards. Please send cans to school with your student for this worthy cause. The canned food drive goes through September 30th.
Please see the attached poster for information on Rachel's Challenge, held at SHMS on September 16. We hope you will join us for this important community event. Rachel's Challenge Flyer
We would like to welcome our new assistant principal, Mrs. Bergum. Our new teachers in our math department are Mr. Larson, Mr. Jensen and Mrs. Lloyd. In our science department we have Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Rinehart, and Mr. Hinkle. New CTE teachers are Mrs. Blood, Ms. LeBeau, and Mr. McElligott. In Special Education we welcome Mrs. Mecham and Mrs. Thompson. In World Languages our new teachers are Ms. Ning and Mrs. Hansen. We welcome Ms. Murray in Language Arts, Mr. Carter in Social Studies, and Ms White in Physical Education. We also have two new custodians, Mr. Tsend and Mr. Shaw. Please click on the Faculty & Staff to view their pictures. Welcome to South Hills!
Please download and fill out this busing request form for any student that is ineligible for riding a bus. Courtesy Shuttle Busing Request
In the upcoming 2019-20 school year Jordan School District will be providing a courtesy shuttle to transport students safely across the Mountain View Corridor as they travel to and from school.
Any student who is currently not eligible for busing can take advantage of the shuttle service. The shuttle stops for South Hills Middle School students will be located at the following locations:
- The Park at 13605 South Monarch Meadows Pkwy.
- Foothills County Park at 5110 West Little Water Peak Dr.
- Morning Cloak Park at 13615 South Cloudywing Way
- The Park at 5550 West Rosewater Dr.
Stop times will be established in August.
If your student/students would like to ride the shuttle, please contact South Hills Middle School and apply for the service by filling out a space available request form.
Again, this shuttle service is to provide safe passage across the Mountain View Corridor for students who are not eligible for busing.
More information on the shuttle service will be forthcoming.
The Jordan Education Foundation recognizes and honors superior teachers with a track record of improving student achievement, using innovative instructional strategies and making a difference in the lives of their students. These teachers are among a select few highlighted as Outstanding Educators who are making a difference in the classroom.
The annual Outstanding Educators Awards publicly honor and recognize educators who raise the bar of their profession. Recipients are nominated by school administrators and colleagues through an application process reviewed by a selection committee.
SHMS wants to join with JEF and recognize Eric Noyes as the Outstanding Educator that he is. Congratulation Mr. Noyes!