Cindy Viscounte
Reilly Principal
Dear Family and Friends,
I am very excited to welcome you and your family to the 2016-17 school year! Here at Reilly, we are truly privileged and deeply committed to making a positive difference in the lives of our students. Our goal at Reilly is to provide the highest quality of education to
Judy Haldeman
Reilly Secretary
each child in a positive and safe learning environment. We believe in our students and have high expectations for their achievement!  We realize the partnership between home and school is crucial to the success of our students. Please know that my staff and I are here to offer help and assistance to you and your family throughout the course of the year. If you ever have questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Our staff is made up of highly skilled teachers who work hard to meet the individual needs of each and every student.  We are looking forward to having an amazing and memorable year here at Reilly – where every day is a great day to be a QUAKER!!
Mrs. Cindy Viscounte
Reilly Elementary Principal
(330) 332-8921


One-to-one Initiative

Beginning with the 2017/2018 school year, Salem City Schools will be starting the 1-to-1 initiative at the Jr/Sr High School and Southeast Elementary School. The initiative is designed to cut down on textbook cost through the growth of digital technology and course media online. The students at the Jr/Sr High will be given Chromebooks, in…
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Teachers Go To Google Summit

Over Tuesday and Wednesday this week, Salem City Schools teachers and administrators had the opportunity to participate in the EdTechTeam Google Summit where they were shown some new tools and ways to implement the Google Apps for education. Over the course of two days, more than 30 teachers and administrators sat in on sessions led…
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Summer Food Program

Salem City Schools is participating in the United States Department of Agriculture's Summer Food program. The program is designed to ensure that all school-age children continue to receive nutritious meals while school is not in session. From June 12th to August 4th, anyone under the age of 18 can come to the Salem High School Cafeteria…
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