Our Mission

The Salisbury Central School learning community works together to empower all students to be inquisitive, independent, and responsible citizens of the global   society. We guide and foster each child’s intellectual, emotional, social and physical development in a safe, challenging, supportive, and collaborative learning environment. We are committed to ensuring that all students leave us prepared for successful learning beyond our school.

We Believe:
All students can learn
All students will have equitable access to an effective instructional program
All staff are committed to continuous professional growth and improvement
All members of the community are partners in the learning process
All members of the community respect one another

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two Books, One School
Promoting Community and Family Literacy

This is required reading. The books were chosen with reading pleasure and wide-ranging discussion possibilities in mind. Remember to read the book for your grade level before the start of school.

 

Besides reading your required book we are participating in the Governor's Summer Reading Challenge. Keep track of every book you read this summer on the Reading Journal and hand it in to your teacher during the first week of school. Let's see if we can read enough books to win the Governor's challenge and get an invitation to the capitol! Your required book counts as one, so be sure to write it down in your journal. We are looking for 100% participation this year.

Can we do it?  YES WE CAN!!!

 

                                                    
                               For grades  K-3                                                                                                           For grades 4-8

 Big Foot and Little Foot by Ellen Potter - Hugo is a young Sasquatch who longs for adventure. Boone is young boy who longs to see a Sasquatch. When their worlds collide, they become the unlikeliest pair of best friends.

Insignificant Events in The Life of a Cactus by Dusti Bowling - Aven Green loves to tell people that she lost her arms in an alligator wrestling match, or a wildfire in Tanzania, but the truth is she was born without them. And when her parents take a job running Stagecoach Pass, a rundown western theme park in Arizona, Aven moves with them across the country knowing that she'll have to answer the question over and over again. Her new life takes an unexpected turn when she bonds with Connor, a classmate who also feels isolated because of his own disability, and they discover a room at Stagecoach Pass that holds bigger secrets than Aven ever could have imagined. It's hard to solve a mystery, help a friend, and face your worst fears. But Aven's about to discover she can do it all . . . even without arms.

 

For more ideas for summer reading

News and Announcements

  • No School and/or Early Dismissal Days

     August 26:  First Day of School
     August 30 : No School Teacher Professional Learning

    September 2: No School - Labor Day
    September 25:  12:10 Early Dismissal - Teacher Professional Learning

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    School Closing Information

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