Literacy Night Rescheduled

Our Literacy Night has been rescheduled after having to postpone the event due to inclement weather. The new night for the event will be March 14th, from 5 pm until 7 pm. It will take place in the High School cafeteria and auditorium. Students will receive a free book for attending and treats will be…

Literacy Night Rescheduled

Our Literacy Night has been rescheduled after having to postpone the event due to inclement weather. The new night for the event will be March 14th, from 5 pm until 7 pm. It will take place in the High School cafeteria and auditorium. Students will receive a free book for attending and treats will be…

Literacy Night Rescheduled

Our Literacy Night has been rescheduled after having to postpone the event due to inclement weather. The new night for the event will be March 14th, from 5 pm until 7 pm. It will take place in the High School cafeteria and auditorium. Students will receive a free book for attending and treats will be…

Buckeye Thanksgiving and Book Parade

Every year, it’s always the same but it’s never boring. Buckeye Elementary held it’s annual Thanksgiving luncheon for students and staff on Tuesday, providing the staples of every dinner: mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, and of course the big bird, complete with stuffing. Students helped prep some of the food by cutting up some of…

Literacy Night

Salem City Schools will be hosting a Literacy Night on Thursday, November 15th, 2018 at the Jr/Sr High in the cafeteria from 5:00pm to 7:00 pm. Cartoonist Duane Abel will be presenting in the auditorium from 5:30 to 6:15 pm that night. There will be literacy activities for students and their parents, and fall treats will…

Election Day Fun

Our Buckeye kids got in on the Election Day spirit! A voting booth, ballot box and ballots were all set up in the hallway for our students to hold a vote as to decide what will be the future fun day: pajama day or crazy socks day. Each student selected one or the other and…

Buckeye Butterflies

It’s not every day you have the opportunity to see a butterfly, but on a warm September Friday, the students in Mrs. Markijohn’s second-grade classroom had the chance to not only see one but hold it as they let it out into the wild. Students watched patiently throughout the month as the caterpillars build their…