Middle School Registration
9:00am—3:00pm each day in the Middle School Cafeteria
Monday, August 8th: All NEW Students
Tuesday, August 9th: 8th grade
Wednesday, August 10th: 7th Grade
Thursday, August 11th: 6th Grade
Friday, August 12th: New or returning students unable to attend on their assigned day.
Upper Elementary Registration
August 10th and 11th from 9:00-2:00
High School Registration
August 4- 12th
August 5- 11th
August 8- 10th
August 9- 9th
Registration Hours 1:00 – 7:00 p.m.
High School Gym Lobby
We prefer that the student’s parent or guardian is in attendance at registration, in order to complete all district required forms.
In the event of a conflict please attend any date listed.
Free Physicals for School Athletes
The Dent County Medical Clinic at 1010 East Scenic Rivers Blvd. will be providing FREE physicals July 28th from 5:30pm until 7:30pm for school athletes.
Summer School Visa Gift Cards!!
July 6, 2016 -- If your child received a Vanilla Visa Card for summer school attendance, they are now ready to use. There was a glitch in the activation process which we believe has been corrected. We apologize for all of the inconvenience caused by this situation. We hope you have a great summer!
Upper Elementary Students and
Salem Upper Elementary Spring Musical
May 17, 2016 -- On Thursday, May 5th the Tiger Choir from Salem Upper Elementary School presented a Spring Show. The event was held at the Salem High School Gymnasium and featured 115 students in grades 3-5. The show began with the 4th/5th grade choir members performing their festival songs, “Catch a Falling Star” and “The Rhythm of Life.” The remainder of the show consisted of a mini-musical entitled “Makin’ the Band” featuring popular songs from the 60’s through 90’s. Students sang, performed choreography, narration and delighted all those in attendance. The choir is directed by Lori Beasley and accompanied by Christy Leathers.
Safe, respectful learner contest winners from William Lynch Elementary music department. Mrs. Steelman's class!
Upper Elementary Collaborative Art
April 12, 2016 -- The Salem Upper Elementary students that went to the Art room for RTi time created a collaborative art piece. We watched videos about Post-It note art and decided to create our own piece. Each student, grades 2-5, as well as SUE staff were asked to draw something random on one Post-it note and write a sentence about how they show respect on another one. A student favorite was the sunflowers drawn by Mrs. Evans and cartoons drawn by Isaiah Connell. Students offered many tips on showing respect including walking in the hallway and not tipping back in your chair. Mrs. McColloch and Mrs. Rensch hung the notes together to spell the word RESPECT in the hallway.
Upper Elementary Tiger Choir