School News

Harry Potter Visits Hogwarts

As September started, the 6th grade students arrived at school to find Salem Elementary transformed to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizzardry. Students were greeted by Professor McGonigal and the gameskeeper Rubius Hagrid. Each student was sorted into their respective houses, travelled through platform 9 and 3/4, and then taken to their room which had been transferred into the great hall. Students made their own wands and are now listening to the story, Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone.

Salem STARS are Shining!

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Salem Stars are off to a wonderful start!  Thanks to Mr. Welburn for taking some time with each grade level to go over school rules and procedures.  We have STARS in this school: Students That Are Responsible and Respectful, who really make our school shine.

Sign up for SEP's

The first opportunity to have parents, students, and teachers meet together is coming on the 23rd of Sept. To sign up for a time to meet, follow these links.  You can then choose a time that works best for you.  

For K through 3rd, click here. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C48A9AC2CA7FC1-sepconference

For 4th through 6th, click here http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C48A9AC2CA7FC1-sepconference1

"Oh, The Places You'll Go"

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The first grade presented a new program this year called, "Oh The Places You'll Go."  Some of the students talked anout what they want to be when they grow up including; an elephant trainer, an egineer, a car salesman, a dancer, welder, football player, zookeeper, a mom, a mail lady and a teacher.  The sang, 'I'm On My Way" from Brother Bear and "Happy".  Great job first grade!

Secretary Day

Just wanted to say thank you to these ladies for all that they do for us here at our school.  Thank you Mrs. Nixon and Mrs. Davis for being the best school secretaries around.  

Fifth Grade Field Trip

Fifth graders had a fun day while visiting Camp Floyd.  Students learned about the history of Camp Floyd and participated in several activities teaching them about day to day life there. Students learned what it was like to be a students living at that time as well as participated in other fun activities such as making candles and adobe bricks.

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