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Senior Project

Overview 

 

In alignment with Salmon School District's philosophy and the State of Idaho graduation requirements, the Salmon High School Senior Project challenges students to apply their classroom education in demonstrating their readiness for life after high school through the completion of a four-part authentic, rigorous, and active experience.

 

  • The community experience will include a twenty hour, community-based or service-based experience. 
  • The written component will demonstrate mastery of written English in a variety of ways.
  • The portfolio will prepare students for successful transition to post-high opportunities. It will be a collection of evidence of work, knowledge, skills, and experiences accrued in grades 9-12. 
  • The presentation will address five questions which are focused on the portfolio, community experience, the essay, and post-high school plans.

 

Community

Working Together, a coalition of Lemhi County nonprofit organizations is helping our students connect to local programs needing volunteers.  Take a survey on Survey Monkey so they can help link you to one of Salmon's local organizations.  

Portfolio

 

  • SHS Senior Project Presentation Guidelines

 

  • Presentation Preparation Guidelines

Final Project Handbooks

 

  • Freshman Physical Science Final Project Handbook

 

  • Sophomore Final Project Handbook

 

  • Junior Final Project Handbook

 

  • Senior Final Project Handbook

Senior Project Rubrics

 

  • General Portfolio Rubric

 

  • Project Presentation Rubric

 

  • Judges Portfolio Checklist

Are you looking for a place to volunteer?  Check out our Student Volunteering page for a list of organizations and their contact information.

Contact Us
Salmon Jr/Sr High School 401 South Warpath
Salmon, ID 83467