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November 18
Parent-Teacher Interviews

​Parent Teacher interviews will be either virtual or by telephone (parents choice). They will be starting Wednesday December 2nd after school and finish on Friday December 4th at 11:30am. Parents will be receiving information soon on how to books appointments.  You can book and check availability at: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/SalisburyElementarySchool1@nbed.onmicrosoft.com/bookings/​ 


November 18
Report Cards - December 1st

​Report Cards will be coming home on Tuesday December 1st

November 18
No School Friday November 20 for students

​Staff Professional Learning Day

November 18
Virtual Book Fair

Our school’s Book Fair is going online, so save the date! From  November 16th-30th, discover the newest books hot off the press, from the comfort of your home. Bonus: Every purchase supports our school and keeps kids reading.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions our Book Fair is completely online, with no physical fair at our school. All orders are shipped directly to your homes, please remember for orders that are under $35 will be charged a $6 shipping fee.  If you’d like to avoid that charge, please see information below on our Family Night Event!!

 

The link for Salisbury Elementary School is as follows

https://bookfairs-canada.myshopify.com/pages/5151373

You will need to set up an account which takes about 15 seconds for purchases.

 

Family Night

Remember to join our Family Night! On Wednesday Nov 18th & 25th from  6-8 p.m. we are all logging into the Book Fair from home, and it’s going to be extra comfy and cozy as we snack and browse the Book Fair. Together in spirit, but safe at home with our families.  During this two-hour window, Scholastic will be waiving the $6 shipping fee for orders under $35 J

 

If anyone has any questions, please feel free to contact me

darlene.williams@nbed.n​b.ca
October 23
No School Friday October 30

​There is no school on Friday October 30. This day was supposed to be later in the school year.

September 03
Covid-19 Operational Plan

​Our plan is posted in the documents section.

August 18
Water Bottles

Each student will need to bring a water bottle. It should be filled each morning at home before coming to school to avoid line-ups to fill them at school. Fountains are being replaced by water bottle fill stations wherever there is currently a fountain.​ 

August 18
Community Masks

All students will need to bring a community mask. These will need to be washed daily at home, so having a few ready is a good idea. As a general rule, these will not have to be worn in the classroom. They will be used when physical distancing cannot be guaranteed outside of their class bubble, including fire drills. We are thinking that anytime students are outside the classroom without their teacher, they will need to wear a mask. A student may wear it all day if they or their parents desire.

 

August 18
Return to School - Staggered Entry

Our new kindergarten students should have received a letter telling them what date they begin school. These dates are still valid. If you did not receive a letter, someone from the school will be contacting you on the week of August 31st with this information.

We will also do a staggered entry for grades 1-4. We will divide the students with the first letter in their last name. Students with a last name that starts with A, B, C, D, E and F will be coming on Tuesday September 8.  For example, a student named Zack Estabrooks would come on this day.

Students with a last name that starts with G, H, I, J, K, L and M will be coming on Wednesday September 9. So, a student named Alexa Henderson would come on this day.

Students with a last name that starts N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z will be coming on Thursday September 10. A student named Katie Wortman would come in that day.

Having smaller groups in school for the first three days will allow us to train students on new routines and procedures to keep students and staff safe at school. All families will be contacted either via e-mail or by phone by the school the week before school starts to let them know in which classroom each student will be in for the year.

All students will be at school on Friday September 11 and every day after that.​ 

November 28
Christmas Concerts

​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.































October 11
Picture Retakes Friday October 25

​Picture Retakes Friday October 25 for those who were absent on picture day or who would like their picture retaken.

September 18
New School Email

We have a new mail address for enquiries :  SalisburyElementary@nbed.nb.ca 

September 11
Terry Fox Walk

​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.

September 11
Picture Day- Friday September 27

Picture Day for all students in on Friday September 27th. Bring your smile!

September 11
Bring your Parent to School Night

​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.

September 11
Popsicles on the Playground

​​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!

May 28
Follow Us on Twitter

​@SalisElemASDE

October 04
Drive Away Hunger

 

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.

October 04
October Newsletter
Please visit our "News" section to view our October newsletter.

September 11
Used Book Sale

​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. 

September 11
Farm Credit Canada Donates $1000

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 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.

September 07
September Newsletter

​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.

September 07
Welcome Back!

​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.

June 12
Last Day - Half Day

​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.  

April 05
Dessert Theatre
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.

April 05
Drama Club- The Lorax

​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!

March 28
Good Friday and Easter Monday

​There is no school on Friday April 14th and Monday April 17th because of Good Friday and Easter Monday.

March 28
Parent-Teacher Interviews

​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. 

February 23
Hold and Secure and Lockdown Definitions
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.
February 03
Zumba at SES

​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.

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