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Make-A-Wish Dinner: Sophie's Wish

Congratulations to the Salem High School Key Club for hosting a very successful Make-A-Wish benefit dinner.  They were able to raise over $11,000 to make a little girl named Sophie's wish come true.  Sophie's wish was to travel to Disneyland with her family, and thanks to the Key Club she will now be able to do that.  Again, a job well done for all Key Club Members involved!

Congratulations to Olivia Bollhorst and Samantha Crepeau!

Congratulations to Olivia and Samantha who have been selected to participate in the 2017 NASA/Infrared Teacher Archive Research Program (NITARP).  NITARP selects a handful of teachers and students each year from all over the country to participate in this program and provides them the opportunity to work alongside an astronomer for an entire year.  The decision was based on career interests, academic records, and other personal qualities.  Both participants will be flown out to CalTech/PTL in July for 5 days to meet with team members.  They will continue to work throughout the Fall of 2017 and present their work at the American Astronomical Society Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland in January of 2018.  


Congratulations to Nina Lira and Laura Perrault for being named November and December Senior of the Month!  They were chosen for excellence in Character, Leadership, Service, Citizenship, and Academics.

Driver's Education Information


Internship Reminder

Seniors and Juniors with internships must process their parking passes in room V204 before the start of the school year in order to park in the school lot on the first day of school.  Those students with internships and off-site programs will not be able to attend unless all paperwork is in and parking permits have been processed.


ALL visitors and late arrival or tardy students must check in at the new main entrance on Geremonty Drive. Thank you!


The Cafeteria Snack Bar is open after school from 2:10 – 2:30 daily.


Soule School is looking for high school students to help out on Wednesdays.  Please fill out the HW Club registration form in Guidance or see Ms. Ponti with questions.

The following colleges will be visiting Salem High School in the school counseling office:

10/23 at 10 a.m. Castleton University

10/26 at 9:30 a.m.  Landmark College

10/30 at 10 a.m. Assumption College

10/30 at 11:30 a.m. Northern Vermont University Lyndon

10/30 at 1 p.m. Savannah College of Art and Design

11/8  time TBA  Iona College

11/15 8:30 a.m. Johnson & Wales University (Providence)

11/17 at 9 a.m. Lesley University


The next NHS meeting will be held on November 9th before and after school. 


Please check out Lost and Found in room E103! We have a variety of goodies that need to be claimed!!


If you have any obligations, please see Mrs. Fischer in Room E103 to either pay or return your obligation.

Salem High School will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week next week, October 23 – 27.  This is a nationally recognized event to promote awareness about substance use and abuse, resources in the community and the importance of making health lifestyle choices.  This year’s them is, “ Your Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free.”  Staff and students are invited to wear red on Monday in honor of the Red Ribbon Campaign and to wear college and career themed attire on Wednesday to celebrate your bright future.  Stop by our display at lunch throughout the week so you can join the pledge to be drug free, get your red ribbon and enter the raffle to win a Dunkin Donuts gift card.