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Our annual Christmas concerts are coming soon! They are scheduled for Thursday December 12 at the following times:
9:00am- k (including k\1 MAcDonald)
10:30am- grades 1-2
12:30- grades 3-4
As always we are accepting non-perishable food items to go to Helping Hands.
Thank you to everyone who purchased recipes in a jar. We raised over $5000! As many of you know, our big screen in our gym broke during our Remembrance Day Assembly. We will be using fundraising money to purchase a new one.
Picture Retakes Friday October 25 for those who were absent on picture day or who would like their picture retaken.
We have a new mail address for enquiries : SalisburyElementary@nbed.nb.ca
On Thursday September 26 , Salisbury Elemenary will once again participate iin the Terry Fox Walk. All students will be walking to remember Terry's contribution to cancer research.Students who wish to bring a "twoonie for Terry"can do so.
Picture Day for all students in on Friday September 27th. Bring your smile!
On Thursday September 26 at 6:30pm, students will bring their parents to school to mee their teacher and show them what goes on in their classroom. We will ll meet in the gym and after staff introductions, teachers will bring their students to their classrooms while parents stay for a quick meeting and PSSC elections.
The Friends of the Cubs are welcoming our new kindergarten students and their parents to come to the school playground to meet other students and parents and enjoy a popsicle at the same time!
In September the
school received $1000.00 towards our Breakfast Program from Farm Credit
Cooperative. We are participating in a Food Drive for them on October 12. We
are asking for the community to send in food items, no later than the morning
of October 12. There will be a truck here at the school that will transport all
that we collect to the Helping Hands Food Bank. This food drive will benefit
our school community, and the greater community as well. Please help spread the
word! Since we are participating in this food drive our school will be entered
into a draw to win $500 for the school and $1000 for Helping Hands.
Please visit our "News" section to view our October newsletter.
There will be a used book sale for students this week in the library. All students will be able to purchase books during their class visit to the library starting Wednesday September 13th. All proceeds will go towards the purchase of new books for our library.
A big thank you from the Salisbury Elementary School community! The funds donated will help fund our breakfast program and will help pay for some student lunches.
Check out our September newsletter. There is a lot of important information in this edition. Just click on the news section for access to our newsletters.
Happy new year to all students at Salisbury Elementary! Friday September 9th is the first day that all our kindergarten students are in school together.
Friday June 23rd is the last day of school for students. This will be a half day. Dismissal will be at 11:30. Dismissal will be at 11:30. Dismissal will be at 11:30.
Our drama club will perform the Lorax on Thursday April 13th at 6:30 in the gym. Dessert will be served following the presentation. Tickets are $5.00 and must be purchased in advanced at the school.
Our drama club presented The Lorax at the district's annual drama festival. They received awards for: ensemble acting, sets and costumes, excellent choice of script using quality children's literature with a relevant message. Congratulations to all cast members and to Mrs. Hoogendyk, Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Phillips!
There is no school on Friday April 14th and Monday April 17th because of Good Friday and Easter Monday.
Parent-teacher interviews for this term are Thursday April 6th from 3:00-8:00 and Friday April 7th from 8:30-12:00. As a result, there is no school for students on Friday April 7th.
If you look in the "Documents" section of this website, you will find the definitions for "Hold and Secure" and "Lockdown". When the school goes into "Hold and Secure", the threat is not in the building and it is business as usual. However, no one can enter (except students and staff) or leave the building. It is possible that a "Hold and Secure" can become a "Lockdown" situation and vice-versa.
Students were rewarded for good behaviour for the month of January by having a Zumba session in our gym with certified Zumba instructor Jackie Rousselle.
Also for the next 6 Mondays, Jackie will offer noon hour Zumba for our students. All these activities are being paid by fundraising money.
On Thursday our grades 3 and 4 classes got to attend an asembly put together by Right To Play. This organization through the power of play, has helped one million children, recognize their potential and realize their dreams. hrough the power of play, has helped one million children, recognize their potential and realize their dreams. Their programs focus on measurably impacting the three most critical areas of child development: the quality of their education, their ability to stay healthy and their potential to help build peaceful communities.
The Welcome to Kindergarten event that had been scheduled for Febrary 16th has been has been rescheduled to March 2nd at 4:00. This event is for students that will be attending kindergarten next year and their parents.
Check out our latest newsletter in the News section.
December 20th is the deadline for all parents of kindergarten and grade 2 students to register their child for
Immersion or English Prime for 2017-2018 school year. The ASD-E web site is www.asde-e.nbed.nb.ca. Parents without access to the internet can
contact Cindy Mitton (506-364-4785). All kindergarten and grade 2 students must All kindergarten and grade 2 students must register regardless of the program they choose.
Our Christmas concerts will be on December 20th. The grades 1-2 concert (including k\1 Fitch) will be at 9:00.
The kindergarten concert is at 10:30.
The grades 3-4 concert is at 12:30.
The snow date is December 21st.
Our first of two book fairs of the year will take place from Monday November 21 to Wednesday November 23 from 8:30am to 3:00pm and Thursday November 24 from 8:30am to 7:30pm. All students will be visiting sometime during that week and can purchase items. Thank you to all our volunteers. All proceeds from the sale will go to the purchase of new books for the library and the classrooms.
There is a meeting for parents wishing to get information on french immersion (grade 1 and grade 3 entry) on Wednesday November 23rd at the auditorium at JMA Armstrong school at 6:30.
Each month, we want to recognize students that are following our SES ABCDs values: A- Act Safely B- Be Prepared C- Cooperate D- Do your Best. Every student that has not spent time in reflection hall or have only attended once or twice get to attend a monthly celebration. For the month of September, these students were given extra outdoor play on a beautiful sunny day. For the month of October, Mad Science came in and "wowed" the students with an exciting assembly! Who knows what will be in store for November? As always, it will be a surprise!