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October 16
Half Day Wednesday and Picture Retakes
Hello Parents and Guardians,
Wednesday, October 18th is a half day for our students in middle and high school. Similar to the last half day in September, the buses will leave at noon.  The Elementary school will follow its regular schedule for a full day.  The half day for Grades K-4 will be the following day.

Also, picture retakes is set for October 20.

Thank you,

Mr. Robinson



October 06
LOCK DOWN Practice today
We have a LOCK DOWN practice set for this afternoon.  RCMP is aware and is expected to be on site to observe.  Students are aware.



September 14
Change of Date for half school day next week
This tells about an important district school calendar change affecting the planned half school day next week.  District High Schools including our Salisbury Middle School will have students attend for the morning only of September 20th, Wednesday.  This is a change.  However, please be advised that the Elementary School will have a full day of school on the 20th because the half day for Salisbury Elementary is Thursday the 21st, as originally planned.



September 12
Open House - "Meet the Teacher"
For all parents, Grades 5 to 12, our Meet the Teacher Open House will be held next Tuesday, September 19th at 6:30 PM. There will be a few presentations about PSSC and also Ed. Support Services.  Attached to the e-mail version of this notice is a nomination form if you would like to become a parent member of our Parent School Support Committee. Grade 12 students and parents are urged to attend that evening for a Senior Class information session at 7:30 in the theater.

Picture Day is tomorrow!

Thanks for your attention; hoping to meet you on the 19th!

June 02
No Parking Fire Lane on Douglas Street
Hello Parents, Guardians:
We are urged to communicate the importance of respecting the No Parking Fire Lane on Douglas Street, as indicated by signs and yellow paint. Picking up and dropping off students is convenient in this area but not allowed.   The Fire Dept. needs this area clear at all times to safely leave from and return to the Fire Station with fire fighting equipment.
This link provides further details, as provided recently by the Village and Volunteer Fire Department.

http://www.salisburynb.ca/VillageOfSalisbury/index.php/village-news/178-why-are-fire-lanes-so-important