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Congratulations to SHS Seniors of the Month for September and October!

Congratulations to Salem High School's Seniors of the Month for September and October!  Recipients were chosen based on excellence in Character, Leadership, Service, Citizenship, and Academics.  Recipients for September and October are Emma Stanganelli and Regan Harnois.

September- Emma Stanganelli

Emma is currently involved in many activities both at Salem High School and in the community.  She is currently involved in Key Club, National Honor Society, SHS Theatre Arts (she has participated in 12 of its productions), and loves being an active member of the SHS after-school chorus. Emma also enjoys volunteering at Tufts Medical Center.  Emma plans on pursuing a degree in Psychology, and hopes to attain her Ph. D and become a psychiatrist.  She would love to travel the world and see the different parts of the globe.

 

October- Regan Harnois

Regan is involved in both sports and activities at SHS and in the community.  He participates in Soccer for Salem High as well as the Salem Strikers, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, and is a Top Soccer Program Volunteer.  Regan is Student Council President, and is the Vice President of the Class of 2019 Council.  He also participates in Key Club and National Honor Society where he is also the Vice President.  When he is not involved in all of the above activities he is working at Mary Ann's restaurant in Salem.  Regan plans to attend a four year college and pursue a major in Chemistry or Health Sciences.

 

 

 

 

 

Announcements

April 8th, 2019

Attention all eligible students interested in National Honor Society, the final informational meeting will be after school today in room C665 at 2:15 PM. All completed materials for selection are due by Friday, April 12th at 2:30 PM.  Late materials will not be accepted.  Please see Ms. Merry in room C665 with any questions.

April 8, 2019

Senior Prom Tickets will be sold in room A160, before and after school, starting this Thursday, April 11th until April 19th. Senior tickets are $10 and guests are $65. You must clear your obligations before buying a ticket.

 

April 8th, 2019

Salem HOSA is hosting its annual Blood Drive on Monday, April 17nd in the Davis gym from 8:30 am to 1:3pm.  Please consider being a donor and sign up during all lunches this week.  A HOSA student will be there to help you and give you information about the process.  You must be at least 17 years old to sign up for donation! Your donation could help save a life! 

April 3, 2019

Attention Juniors, Anyone interested in attending American Legion-sponsored Boys or Girls State this June, please attend one of the meetings in room F-799, 7:30 or 2:30 next Wednesday, April 10th or stop by the Junior ROTC room and see Chief Puzzo.

February 12, 2019

 If you have an obligation, please see Mrs. Bartlett in room B-427.

 

February 2019

 

Need a place to work on your math homework and ask questions? Come to math lab on Wednesdays after school in room B318!

 

February  2019

Students who need extra help in any subject area, completing homework, studying or just getting organized should come to the SHS library any Tuesday or Thursday from 2:15 pm to 3:15 pm to get assistance from Peer Tutors.  All drop-ins are welcome – no appointment or weekly commitment needed!!

 

February 2019

Have you purchased a yearbook yet? Order yours now before the price goes up!  See Mrs. Wilmarth in room A160 with any questions.

 

January  2019

Lost and Found is located in the student services department across from the main office. Room E-103.