Hello! My name is Meghan DeVita. I am very excited to be joining the Preschool team in Salem School District this year. This will be my first year in Salem but I have taught various grades, levels and abilities for 10 years in both NH and NY. For the past three years I have taught inclusion preschool and have greatly enjoyed being able to see them grow, learn, succeed and most of all have fun! I am joining Salem School District with a Masters of Art in Students with Disabilities with an annotation for severe and multiple disabilities from St. Joseph’s College (NY) and a Bachelors of Science in Elementary Ed and Bachelors of Art in General Science from Keene State College. I am very excited to work together to foster a love for learning as your child begins their educational journey this school year!
Hello Honey Bee Families!!!!!
As we prepare for an exciting new school year we wanted to send you some reminders……
Our Popsicle Pop In is Monday, August 29th
3:00-4:00 3 year olds
4:00-5:00 4 year olds
AM Session 8:45-11:15
PM Session 12:15-2:45
Authorization for Child Pick-up:
Please make sure to complete the google form prior to day 1 to list authorized adults to for pick-up
Drop off and Pick up Procedure:
We have updated our drop off procedure. Staff will be outdoors to support with drop off and pick up.
Parents will enter and proceed straight to the back lot (behind school)
Cars will create two lines parked behind orange cones
When directed parents will pull up single file to drop students off
Day 1- Parents will be given car tags to be placed in windshield for future drop off and pickup
Reminder to have a form of Identification ready for pick up
Students will only be released to authorized adults or parent with identification
No child will be released without picture identification
Student Name tags/Bracelets
Parents were mailed home welcome letters and name tags
Name tags are to be placed on students for day 1
All student will receive class colored bracelets in class on day 1.
We ask parents to have your child wear their bracelet to school for the first two weeks while getting to know students and families.