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Welcome to
North Salem Elementary School

We welcome you to North Salem Elementary School's website!  Our staff is committed to providing each child with an enriching academic and social experience that meets their various needs. Our school community is PROUD of our educational program and the positive experience that our students are provided each year:

Perseverance

 as a standard expectation for all

Respect

 and celebrate diversity within our school community

Ownership

 of our decisions and choices to make our school better

Unity

 within our community of parents, staff and students

Dedication

 to excellence in education (PA Title I Distinguished School) 

We welcome open communication between families and school.  We are always available to assist you. Please call us at 717.292.3671 ext. 60111 if you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s education.

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Daily Announcements
  1. Today is the last day to turn in mailing labels or e-mail addresses for the Eagle Walk Fundraiser. Remember, each student who submits even one address, will receive a prize and the class in each grade with the most addresses will win a class party!  Currently, Mrs. Lehigh’s class has the most in the school with 160 addresses.
  2. We would like to congratulate, Bode Sentz, for Scientist of the Week, Hannah Loveless for Mathmatician of the week, and Braylee Kennedy for Reader of the Week!  Great Job!!
  3. Congratulations to the following classrooms who have earned golden eggs in their nests: Ms. Sterner, Mrs. Ocasio, Mrs. Anslow, and Mrs. Harrold. Great Job!
  4. Just a reminder, the STEM at Home Challenge is due October 4th.  Don’t forget to work on your pumpkins!
  5. Congratulations to the PROUD and VIP winners.  PROUD winners please report to the office after the announcements to pick out your prize! You guys are awesome!
  6. Lessons today for 5th and 6th grade clarinets and all saxophones. Band today. A reminder to 6th grade band students that Band night is tonight!
  7. Reminder to sixth graders to return the District Wide Choral Festival paper to Mr. Hawkins today.
  8. Lessons on Monday are:  all flutes, all percussion, and all trombones and baritones. Chorus on Monday,     Day F!
  9. Today is a three hour early dismissal!! We will be dismissing at 12:35.
  10. Colony Park Lanes North After School Bowling Program for 2nd to 6th graders, starts on Monday, September 23rd . Flyers are available on the Community Information Table in the lobby.
  11. The quote of the day is: “The beautiful thing about learning, is that no one can take it away from you”!
  12. Have a great day and a wonderful weekend!  See you Monday, September 23rd, Day F.

 

Daily Announcements
  1. Tomorrow is the last day to turn in mailing labels or e-mail addresses for the Eagle Walk Fundraiser. Remember, each student who submits even one address, will receive a prize and the class in each grade with the most addresses will win a class party!  Currently, Mrs. Lehigh’s class has the most in the school with 160 addresses.
  2. Lessons today for all 4th, 5th, and 6th grade trumpets and beginner clarinets.
  3. Lessons tomorrow for 5th and 6th grade clarinets and all saxophones. Reminder to band members to bring your instruments tomorrow for band. A reminder to 6th grade band students that Band night is tomorrow night!
  4. Reminder to sixth graders to return the District Wide Choral Festival paper to Mr. Hawkins by this Friday. Thank you!
  5. Teachers, please send your PROUD and VIP winners to the office today for the drawing tomorrow. Thank you!
  6. Tomorrow is a three hour early dismissal!!
  7. Colony Park Lanes North After School Bowling Program for 2nd to 6th graders, starts on Monday, September 23rd . Flyers are available on the Community Information Table in the lobby.
  8. Please bring in coins or dollar bills and put them in the bag in your homeroom for the Ice Out Coin Drive.  We are raising money to fight ALS. If you bring in money or coins, you will get a ticket from your homeroom teacher to vote for a teacher or even Mr. Cobb to get a bucket of ice and VERY cold water dropped on their head at an upcoming assembly!! Voting will take place in the cafeteria. The homeroom that brings in the most money in our school, will win a very cool Italian Ice Party!  And finally, the top three homerooms will get an Ice Out Board Game Package from Mr. Cobb to make indoor recess more fun with more games for your classroom!  So let’s Ice Out ALS by bringing in those coins!! EVERY COIN COUNTS!!
  9. The quote of the day is: “Don’t let anyone dull your sparkle.”
  10. Have a good day!

 

 

Daily Announcements
  1. Congratulations to the following buses and vans for winning our first Amazing Bus Race of the year!  Buses: M3,N1, N4, N9, N12, Vans: M2, 1075, 1578, 56, 1580, and 580. Today is be pajama day for the winners!! 
  2. Lessons tomorrow for all 4th, 5th, and 6th grade trumpets and beginner clarinets.
  3. Colony Park Lanes North After School Bowling Program for 2nd to 6th graders, starts on Monday, September 23rd . Flyers are available on the Community Information Table in the lobby.
  4. Reminder to sixth graders to return the District Wide Choral Festival paper to Mr. Hawkins by this Friday. Thank you!
  5. Please bring in coins or dollar bills and put them in the bag in your homeroom for the Ice Out Coin Drive.  We are raising money to fight ALS. If you bring in money or coins, you will get a ticket from your homeroom teacher to vote for a teacher or even Mr. Cobb to get a bucket of ice and VERY cold water dropped on their head at an upcoming assembly!! Voting will take place in the cafeteria. The homeroom that brings in the most money in our school, will win a very cool Italian Ice Party!  And finally, the top three homerooms will get an Ice Out Board Game Package from Mr. Cobb to make indoor recess more fun with more games for your classroom!  So let’s Ice Out ALS by bringing in those coins!! EVERY COIN COUNTS!!
  6. The quote of the day is: “Never bend your head. Hold it high. Look the world in the eye”!
  7. Have a great day!
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