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Reilly 4th Graders have a newspaper

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Next time you visit Reilly Elementary, make sure you check out their new student-written newspaper called the Fourth Grade Forum. New issues are available every two weeks, and it includes: editorials, local news, star teacher, weather reports, and sports. Sarah Burtnett’s fourth-grade class started writing the newspaper as a…

Hoops For Heart At Southeast

It has been proven that a healthy body is imperative to have a healthy learning mind. Southeast Elementary and their physical education teacher, Miss Hippely, are utilizing the Hoops for Heart program to ensure that our students achieve and maintain a healthy body early on. Hoops for Heart is a fundraising event sponsored by the…

“Mugging” at Reilly

If your kids come home from Reilly Elementary and say they have been “mugged”, fear not! Our students will be taking part in an outreach event wherein they will write down and distribute compliments and/or appreciations about another student, teacher, family member, etc. This awesome idea came from our elementary speech pathologist Tiffany Kaiser. Upon…

Drums Alive!

We would like to thank WKBN for highlighting one of our teachers. Salem City Schools is always trying to innovate and find new ways to educate our students. Thank you, Mrs Moore, for being awesome! Watch the video and read more about “Drums Alive” here.

Junior High Spelling Bee

On Monday, January 22nd, 2018, students from the Jr High participated in the annual spelling bee. 22 students challenged for the top spot, and in the end, 7th grader Maria Sargent was named the champion. Maria spelt the word “anecdote” correctly to win the competition and will go on to compete in the city spelling…