After listening to and Aesop's fable, fourth graders made paper mitt puppets and wrote an original script where characters experienced a simple problem in a unique setting. Students enjoyed presenting their puppet show to their classmates. Thanks to our GAINS specialist from the district, Mrs. Bean, for sharing this fun idea with our students!
Fifth graders helped kindergarten students write letters to Santa!
Kindergarten celebrated Thanksgiving with a feast!
Congratulations to Mrs. Smith for receiving this year's Crystal Apple Award and being recognized as an outstanding educator.
Over the past weekend we celbrated Veteran's Day. On Monday morning, Salem Elementary students paid tribute to our Veterans in a Veteran's Day Assembly. During the assembly Veterans introduced themselves adn told us when and where they have served. We also watched a short video clip which informed students of the meaning behind the Star Spangled Banner, what the words really mean, and then we all stood together to sing it. We thank our veterans for the sacrifices they made so that we may enjoy our freedom each and every day.
Clark Planetarium visited Salem Elementary and presented an exciting and engaging science assembly. Students were elightened, inspired, and entertained while learning about electiricty, air, heat, and sound.
You walk through the doors of Salem Elementary, and you are bound to find some superheroes! Here are just a few of them!
Halloween was a real treat for both students and teachers at Salem Elementary. They all enjoyed the warm, sunny Halloween Day as they paraded around our school and the city block.