Bus cards with transportation information for all students will be mailed Aug. 15. Parents should receive these cards within a few days of the mail date. If no information is received or there are questions, parents should contact transportation at 610-797-2062, ext. 1306.
Summer is in full swing and that means pools, vacations, trips and...school supplies in stores already? We all know that stores are always way ahead of schedule....but even my daughter has begun bugging to buy school supplies. I know she is excited, but we haven’t even had our “official” vacation yet.
Hoping everyone is having a fun but safe summer so far.
Salisbury High School will continue summer library hours 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. July 27 and Aug. 3. Books for all ages are available.
The 2016 Salisbury Youth Association football block and tackle car show is accepting registrations for this year’s show.
All proceeds from this event go to support the SYA programs, the Salisbury Township Police Department K-9 unit and the SYA scholarship fund.
Salisbury Township is hosting a trip to Longwood Gardens and QVC tour Dec. 3. The ticket includes a tour of QVC, lunch at Mendenhall Inn and an opportunity to explore Longwood Gardens. The ticket is payable by cash, check or money order at time of registration. Deadline to register is Oct. 7 at the township building. Call 610-797-4000 for more information.
The Salisbury High School library will be open 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. July 6 with access to books for all age groups.
By the time this edition arrives at your home, Salisbury schools will officially be on summer vacation. Congratulations to the Falcon Class of 2016!
Despite the school being on summer break, our administration is always busy with preparations. There will be a special board meeting at the administration building 7 p.m. June 22.
There will also be a curriculum and technology meeting 7 p.m. June 27 also in the administration building.
Happy June! We are in the home stretch of school, which is often bittersweet. Graduation is right around the corner. Good luck and best wishes to the class of 2016! May you succeed in whatever direction life takes you.
The last few weeks of school always seem to be filled with activities. This year is no exception.
The field day for Harry S Truman Elementary School kindergarten through second graders has been rescheduled....yes again! Hopefully Mother Nature will cooperate 1:30 to 3 p.m. June 1 so the students can have their outside activities.
Due to the consistent rain we have had, many Salisbury Township events have been postponed, including annual field day activities at Harry S Truman Elementary School. The new field day for kindergarten through second grade students is May 18. Field day for students in third through fifth grades is scheduled May 25. Please make sure your children are dressed appropriately for outdoor activities on those days. The kids all look forward to the outdoor fun.
The days of May are officially here and our township is bursting with activity.
“Falcon Proud Day” is May 4. Wear your falcon attire and show your school pride.
My husband, and biggest kid, would be upset if I did not mention May the Fourth is also Star Wars Day. Yes, I went there. Enjoy the day all you Star Wars fanatics!
Salisbury High School will host a presentation of the heroin and opioid prevention education program 6:30 p.m. May 4. As a community, let’s all come together to keep our families safe.
April is halfway over, the PSSA’s are underway and the weather is finally feeling like spring.
The 17th Annual Frank Yelinko Memorial Fund Golf Tournament is looking for golfers. The tournament will be held May 17 at the Iron Lakes Country Club. There will be a shotgun start at 7:30 a.m. There is fee per golfer. The fee includes golf, cart, gift, lunch, and prizes. For more information, contact Bob Sopko at 610-849-6827 or Don Kelly at 484-714-8045.
As we welcome April, the Salisbury Township schools are very busy with activities and field trips.
This past week I had the pleasure of going with the Harry S Truman Elementary School fourth grade class to Harrisburg. I must say, they were a well behaved group and represented the school well.
April also means the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment tests are upon us. All students in grades three through eight will take these assessment tests.