Salisbury Central's Reopening Plans

Coronavirus Reopening Updates



SORA Is Here!

What Is SORA?

SORA is our new digital library offering both ebooks and audiobooks for our 5th-8th graders, anytime, anywhere!  It gives you the power to discover and enjoy ebooks and audiobooks from school for both leisure and class assigned reading.  Download the free SORA app today to get started!  If you are in the 5th - 8th grade use your Google school account to log in.  If you have any trouble with logging in, please let Mrs. Allyn know.

Try SORA Today and Take Your Reading Anywhere

How To Get Started With SORA

1. Open the Sora app on your chromebook or device. If you don't have the app, you can also just open Sora in your browser at www.soraapp.comOpens in a new browser tab.

2. The first time you open the app or site, you will need to find our school district. We are Regional School District 1. After you select that, you will choose Salisbury Central from the dropdown menu, and log in with your school Google credentials. For future logins, the district should save, making this step a little faster.

3) Start browsing! There are two different types of books available to you in Sora:

eBooks - These are books that you read on your device, flipping from page to page on the screen. You will be able to change the font and font size to best fit your needs as a reader, and there are the same highlighting and note taking tools you have probably used in other digital reading you have done.

Audiobooks- These books are recordings of someone (and sometimes groups of people) telling the story aloud. It's like being read to,  but there will be no pictures or pages to look at. You just tune in and listen.

4. When you have found something that you want to borrow, click the blue "borrow" button. Please don't do this unless you are sure that you want to read that book because when you borrow a book- just like in our school library-  the book isn't there for other people to borrow. 

5.  Read/listen and enjoy! When you finish the book, just like at school, please return it right away so that other people can read it.

Two Books, Six Schools
Promoting Community and Family Literacy

All students and staff were provided with a copy of the book Hidden Figures and a packet of activities to accompany the text. The book is yours to keep, and we hope that you will join all of us in reading this remarkable true story, and  to explore and engaging with the provided activities. There will be opportunity for all of us to discuss the book when we return to school in the fall and participate in some activities connected to this reading. If you misplaced your copy of the packet, copies are below -

For Kindergarten - 3rd Grade
 K-3 Activity Packet
For 4th - 8th Grades 
4-8 Activity Packet

Hidden Figures - Young Readers' Edition
by Margot Lee Shetterly -The powerful story of four African-American female mathematicians at NASA who helped achieve some of the greatest moments in our space program. 

Why Summer Reading  Is Important

Reading is the most important skill there is. Research shows that reading is crucial to a child’s brain development and intellectual stimulation. And that’s just the beginning:


Reading is a gateway skill. It opens the door to all other learning.

Reading is the processing of information. It requires the student to develop a capacity for conceptual thinking — an ability to think about the nature and significance of things.

Reading builds language skills. By becoming more familiar with language through reading, students build a rich vocabulary and an ability to express themselves clearly and creatively.

Reading builds better thinking strategies. Analyzing words, sentences, themes and meaning; concentrating, conceptualizing and visualizing — all these elements of reading are strategies to expand a student’s ability to think.

Reading is active and disciplined. Students learn to choose what they read and when they read, and they learn to discipline themselves to concentrate on the written word.

The best thing you can do is to read for 20 minutes each day!

Enjoy a good book!   

EPIC Books
This is great news

Starting July 1, all families who signed up for remote student access during the pandemic will be able to enjoy a brand new service, Epic Free, which offers every student 2 hours of free weekly reading in a limited library of high-quality educational books. 

Keep The Reading Going!

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







News and Announcements

  • No School and/or Early Dismissal Days


    Sept 7 - No School - Labor Day
    Sept 8 - First Day of School
    Sept 8 -  1:10 Early Dismissal
    Sept 23 - 12:10 Early Dismissal - Teacher Professional Learning



    Oct 12 - No School - Columbus Day
    Oct 28  - 12:10 Early Dismissal - P/T Conferences
    Oct 29 - 12:10 Early Dismissal - P/T Conferences



    Nov 11 -  12:10 Early Dismissal - Teacher Professional Learning
    Nov 25, 26, & 27 - No School - Thanksgiving Break



    Dec 9 - 12:10 Early Dismissal - Teacher Professional Learning
    Dec 23 - Jan 1 - No School - Holiday Recess



    Jan 4 - No School - Regional Professional Learning
    Jan 18 - No School - MLK Day
    Jan 20 - 12:10 Early Dismissal - Teacher Professional Learning



    Feb 15 & 16 - No School - Winter Break
    Feb 17 -12:10 Early Dismissal - Teacher Professional Learning



    Mar 10 - 12:10 Early Dismissal - Teacher Professional Learning
    Mar 24 - 12:10 Early Dismissal - Student Led Conferences
    Mar 25 - 12:10 Early Dismissal - Student Led Conferences



    Apr 2 - No School - Good Friday
    Apr 12-16 -  No School - Spring Break



    May 12 - 12:10 Early Dismissal - Teacher Professional Learning
    May 31 - No School - Memorial Day





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