News and Announcements

Mass Celebrating Day of the Dead

On Thursday, Oct. 29 we celebrated our Day of the Dead mass. Thanks to our Peer Ministers and everyone who shared the names of loved ones who have passed away and decorated our amazing candy skulls.
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Honor a Special Someone with $100 for 100 Years

Remember your friends this Holiday Season by giving a gift in his or her name in honor of Judge Memorial’s Centennial through the $100 for 100 Years fundraising campaign.
Judge Memorial will mail a thank you notifying your special someone that a tribute gift was made in their honor along with this special commemorative Judge Memorial Centennial engraved coffee/wine tumbler! Click the title above for more info.
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Outdoor Classroom Story Features Judge Memorial

Incredible presence for Judge Memorial in The Salt Lake Tribune's outdoor classroom story. Click the headline to read it. Special thanks to our teachers, students and administration for their enthusiasm and cooperation. We are staying safe and stronger together.
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Governor Honors Judge 100-Year Anniversary

News about Judge Memorial's 100-year anniversary continues to spread and that extends all the way to the statehouse. We are honored to have Governor Gary Herbert commemorate our centennial, which you can see by clicking the headline above.
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Virtual Back to School

Click the headline above to meet your student's teachers. Don't miss the message from Principal Lambert you'll also find a link to shop the Judge Memorial Spirit Shop for new gear and apparel. Then, simply find the links, separated by department, for the teachers your student(s) have and learn all about their background and the curriculum they have planned.
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See Judge's Safe and Successful Reopening Model

Due to our unique size and innovative faculty, Judge Memorial has pioneered a rigorous blend of in-person and live-streaming instruction, lauded by parents, that pares our student body into two groups to maintain safety protocols during the pandemic. Click the headline above to see for yourself. We're also offering trial enrollment and financial assistance to empower new builders of a more just society.
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'A Life Not To Be Forgotten'

Take a moment to read this column about the life of Jim Yerkovich from Salt Lake Tribune columnist Gordon Monson. Click the headline: "He was teaching more than motion offense and transition D. He was molding disorganized teenagers into disciplined humans. The court at the school was the frame for his instruction.
It’s all he ever wanted to do — coach up the kids at Judge. And teach calculus. And educate and administrate. And win."
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The Passing of Jim Yerkovich

Please keep the Yerkovich family in your loving thoughts and prayers. Jim Yerkovich passed away on June 10. Jim Yerkovich '61, positively affected countless lives as a teacher, coach, administrator, and friend. Jim Yerkovich was the founder of the WE philosophy and was an institution at Judge Memorial. His legacy lives on at Judge Memorial and we are grateful for the love and care he provided through his decades of guidance. Click the headline above to read more about his remarkable life.
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Digital Human Dance Concert

Talk about making the most of the moment. Click the headline above to see our 2020 digital Dance Concert. To put this production together, students showcased their creativity — from dancing at home to innovative Zoom sessions. Kudos to the Dance Department and enjoy!
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Virtual Talent Show

The Judge Memorial Arts Department presents our first-ever 2020 Virtual Talent Show featuring students from Dance, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts. Click the headline above and enjoy the show!
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