Congratulations to Oba Oseghali and Briana Demers for being Salem High School's Seniors of the Month for September and October! Both excel in the qualities of Character, Leadership, Service, Citizenship, and Academics.
ALL staff and students are required to have their ID badges with them. You will be asked to show your ID upon entering the building whenever the doors are locked. Please get into the habit of carrying it with you at all times. Thank you for your cooperation
SPRING Sports registration is now open. All paperwork needs to be in BEFORE the 1st day of tryouts in March. Please go to the Athletic website or stop by the athletic office for more information or to check if you are missing any paperwork.
There is a change to session 4 for Ms. Ponti’s HW Club and we are looking for volunteers for April 3rd, 10th, and the 17th. These new dates would replace the May dates. Please contact Ms. Ponti with questions.
NTHS induction ceremony will be postponed until Monday, March 19, 2018 @6:30pm in the PAC or the cafeteria.
Attention sophomores, juniors, and seniors:
If you are interested in completing the selection process for National Honor Society, you must have a minimum of a weighted career GPA of a 3.55 or higher. GPA’s can be verified with Ms. Merry in room C568 or at your dean’s office.
To be considered for selection, completed materials are due to Ms. Merry by 2:30 PM on Tuesday, March 20th. Materials WILL NOT be accepted after the deadline has passed.
If you have any questions, see Ms. Merry in room C568.
Attention all talent for the Make-A-Wish Dinner:
Key Club would like to remind all talent performing at the Make-A-Wish Dinner that there is a mandatory rehearsal this Friday 3/16, right after school. Also, all performers need to be at school by 4 o’clock on Saturday.
All students in AP classes need to register and pay the deposit for the upcoming AP Exams by this Friday, March 16th. Please see your school counselor if you have any questions. Final, full payment is due by April 6th. Checks can be made payable to Salem High School.
On Saturday, March 10th, Mike Martland, after winning the school and district levels, finished 4th in the state American Legion Oratorical Contest. Congratulations to Mike, whose efforts earned him not only the honor, but a significant cash prize.
Key Club’s 18th Annual Make-A-Wish Benefit Dinner is this Saturday night, March 17th!
We have the unique opportunity this year to be helping a girl from our own community of Salem. She is a Woodbury student who is suffering from a life-threatening illness. Sarah is a fifteen year old girl from Salem who loves to compete in the Special Olympics every year. In her free time, she loves to dance, listen to Taylor Swift, and play board games. Despite the complications she faces as a result of her medical condition, Sarah is an outgoing girl who loves to stay active in numerous sports. When asked what her one, true heartfelt wish would be, she responded that she would love to go on a Disney Cruise to meet her favorite characters.
Key Club is excited to be part of helping Make-A-Wish New Hampshire grant Sarah her wish. Key Club is thrilled to announce that our 300 seats to the dinner are sold out at this time!
However, it is not too late to be a part of this! During all lunches this week, you may Share the Power of a Wish for Sarah by buying a paper star to post on the banner for $1 or a magnetic star for your car for $5. Thank you for your support!