7aug - 11sepaug 77:00 amsep 11School Photos(august 7) 7:00 am - (september 11) 3:00 pm Salem High School Library
4sep3:00 pm- 4:30 pmFootball Team Meal3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Salem High School Cafeteria
4sep4:00 pm- 5:00 pmFootball Team Meeting4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Salem High School Auditorium
5sep11:00 am- 2:00 pmReunion of Coach Earl Bruce and Football Players11:00 am - 2:00 pm Salem High School Cafeteria
8sep7:00 pm- 9:00 pmGirls Basketball Open Gym7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Salem High School Gym

Parents - Get Text and Email Alerts


Access Student Grades and More


Now Pay Lunch Fees Online

Book Club Adventures Project

Southeast and Reilly teachers have been working hard this summer to prepare for Book Club Adventures.  This is a program that will encourage students to love reading through interactive digital books that have been enhanced by the teachers.  Using a resource called Curriculet, teachers can enhance a book with pop up questions, videos and pictures.  Students will use electronic readers to access the books and will participate in after school discussion groups.  This project is funded
Published on

Salem Schools Food Service Upgraded

The school cafeteria plays an important role in the nutritional health of our students. Each day in the United States, more than 32 million students eat lunches from their school cafeterias. The food consumed accounts for more than half of each student’s daily calorie intake. Salem Schools cafeterias prepare and deliver more than 890 lunch and 300 breakfast meals every day. Michele Fisher, Food Service Director, has the task of planning and preparing foods that
Published on

Building Learning Communities Conference

Over the past four years, 104 Salem teachers have attended professional development workshops designed to provide more meaningful teaching and learning enhanced by technology. Topics investigated include: web literacy, critical thinking and the grammar of the Internet, developing 21st century learning skills and objectives, encouraging authentic student collaboration, motivating students, fostering a powerful work ethic, and cultivating a new culture of teaching and learning. Funding for this professional development is provided through Title IIA federal funds that
Published on