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Report Cards

Report Card Adjustment A reminder that the third nine-week grading period was adjusted due to inclement weather. Report cards will be issued Wednesday, April 25.

VBCPS Community Meetings

Through a competitive application process, VBCPS was selected by education design lab, 2Revolutions, as the sole national partner district on a Carnegie Foundation project to collaboratively develop a Future of Learning model that will serve as a scalable model for school divisions nationwide. As part of this two-year collaboration, six community-based visioning sessions (community meetings) will be facilitated by the 2Revolutions team. Salem HS will be hosting a session on Wednesday, May 30th from 6:30-8:00 in the Schola.

2018-19 Course Verification Forms

2018-19 Course Verification Forms will be provided to students with report cards on April 25th. Parents and students are asked to review the form carefully to ensure they are signed up for the desired classes. Students are expected to return the forms to their 2A teacher on April 27th.

Prom Tickets

Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30th. Students can purchase tickets for 60 dollars in room 110 and room 225 before school or after school.

Gradfest

Graduation is only 2 months away. Gradfest tickets are on sale in the library for $60. We want our seniors safe and enjoying the celebration, it’s the place to be.

SHS Booster Club Scholarship

SHS Booster Club Scholarship Attention members of the Salem High School Athletic Booster Club. Applications for two $500.00 scholarships for seniors will be available in guidance and on the Senior Google Classroom page beginning Monday, April 23. Scholarship application deadline is Friday, May 5th. All applicants must be Booster Club members by May 4th.

One Lunch

For the next two weeks, Salem High School will be administering our “One Lunch” program. We are excited about the opportunities that will be provided to students during this time. The schedule and student expectations are included below.  As by standard practice, we will not be accepting outside food deliveries. In the event that an appointment has been scheduled during “One Lunch”, please communicate with your child the time that you will be arriving so that they will be prepared to meet you at the front desk to sign out. Students that attend the Tech Center or ATC will dismiss at their normal time.  They will be provided the opportunity to pick up a lunch in the cafeteria prior to leaving.

Seniors with approved Early Release will be permitted to leave at 12:00pm. However, we encourage those taking AP tests to utilize Teacher Office Hours and tutoring opportunities as needed.

One Lunch Schedule

Block 1             7:20am-  8:50am             (90 minutes)
Block 2             8:55am-  10:25am           (90 minutes)
Block 3             10:30am-12:00pm           (90 minutes)
    ONE LUNCH  12:00pm-12:50pm       (55 minutes)
Block 4             12:55pm- 2:25pm            (90 minutes)

Student Expectations

  • Attend meetings/activities
  • Remain on school grounds
  • Eat in designated areas
  • Clean up when finished
  • Attend AP or SOL tutoring sessions
  • Visit the Library as a quiet zone or other areas listed as quiet spaces
  • Visit teachers during their Office Hours for additional help and to make up missing assignments (See below)

Teacher Office Hours
1st half- 12:00pm -12:25pm
2nd half-12:25pm-12:50pm

  • Academy/Fine Arts- First half on April 25, 30, and May 3
  • Family and Consumer Science (Business, Foods, Catering, Independent living, Technology) and Special Education Teachers- Second half on April 25, 30, and May 3
  • World Language and Social Studies Teachers- First half on April 24, 27, and May 2
  • Math Teachers- Second half on April 24, 27, and May 2
  • English Teachers- First half on April 23, 26, May 1, 4
  • Science Teachers-Second half on April 23, 26, May 1, 4 

Graduation Newsletter

Graduation Newsletter Class of 2018 students received a Graduation Newsletter in their Government class. Included in the newsletter is important information on graduation, senior day, Gradfest and prom. Additional copies are available in the main office.

Salem High School Dress Code

Salem High School Dress Code Please take a moment to review the attached dress code for Salem High School. As we head into the final 9 weeks, it is important that students follow the guidelines that were established by a committee of students, teachers and parents prior to the school year. This becomes increasingly important as the weather becomes nicer.

Spring Testing Dates

Testing Schedule:  Please take a moment to review the testing schedule for the upcoming weeks. We would also request that you avoid scheduling appointments or absences on your child’s testing dates.

AP Testing Schedule

Date

Test

5/7

Chemistry
Psychology

5/8

Spanish Language
Art History

5/9

English Literature

5/10

Government
Environmental Science

5/11

US History
Studio Art

5/14

Biology
Music Theory

5/15

Calculus AB
Calculus BC
Computer Science

5/16

English Language
Italian

5/17

Statistics

5/18

Human Geography
European History

SOL Testing Schedule

Date

Test

5/21

World History I

5/22

Reading

5/23

Geometry

5/24

Algebra I
Algebra II

5/25

Biology

5/29

World History II
World Geography

5/30

Earth Science
Chemistry

5/31

VA/US History

6/1-6/11

Make-Ups

Attention to parents of students in the Class of 2018

Attention to parents of students in the Class of 2018

The School Counseling Office met with students in the Class of 2018 during SunDevil Advisory this week. Please click on the link below to access a Senior Resource Guidebook developed by the School Counseling Office. You will find information about graduation requirements, college applications, applying for scholarships/financial aid, enlisting in the military, apprenticeship programs, TCC, and playing sports in college. All of the red links in the guidebook will take you directly to that specific website or document.

https://goo.gl/jFVHjA 

Questions should be directed to your child’s guidance counselor.

Salem High School's On-time Graduation Rate

Salem High School's On-time Graduation Rate

An article was published this week in the Virginia Pilot regarding the On-Time Graduation Rate (OTG) and Drop-out rates for all schools in South Hampton Roads. Salem High School’s 94% OTG rate was fourth in VBCPS and 7th in South Hampton Roads (Out of 29 Schools). Furthermore, Salem High School was the #1 performing high school in Virginia Beach with regard to SOL performance. We greatly appreciate the efforts of our parents, guardians, students, faculty and community members that make Salem High School a great place for students to learn.


It is a great day to be a SunDevil!

National Gold Council of Excellence Award

Congratulations to the Salem HS SCA for receiving the National Gold Council of Excellence Award for the 6th Consecutive Year. The National Gold Council of Excellence Award is awarded to those councils that demonstrate the highest levels of leadership, plus meet additional standards as set by NASC.

ParentVUE and StudentVUE Mobile

ParentVUE and StudentVUE Mobile

Parents and students can now access Grade Book information from their mobile devices using Synergy ParentVUE and StudentVUE mobile apps.  Parents can find instructions for setting up and using ParentVUE Mobile App at http://www.vbschools.com/schoolnet/index.asp.

Students can find setup and user instructions for StudentVUE Mobile app at http://schools.vbcps.com.

Questions regarding ParentVUE or StudentVUE Mobile apps can be directed to Data Operations staff at 263-1111, option 1.

Parent Portal

schoolnetHow would you like to view your child's up-to-date grades and attendance from anywhere, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week?  To sign up, please visit  the Parent Portal page or visit www.vbschools.com and click on the "SchoolNet Parent Portal" icon to register.

If you have your identification verified at either the New Student Orientation or the Open House, please be sure and complete your registration online! 

 

Salem's YouTube Channel

Salem High School now has our own YouTube channel with a growing collection of videos representing the best of Salem!  Celebrate Salem with our Celebrate Salem playlist.  Learn to use G Suite with our Tutorials playlist.  Find out more about Apps and Extensions we recommend.  See the YouTube channels that we follow, including the Salem SCA, VBSchools, and more!

Be sure to subscribe today at http://tiny.cc/SHS-YouTube!

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to Lead,

to Excel

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Celebrate Salem High School!

The Salem Athletic Booster Club will be selling personalized bricks through June 15 that will adorn the brick walk-way at the stadium field for $55.00. Join with the many community members who have placed family members there in tribute. Buy now as there are plenty of spaces available on the path where you can leave your legacy!

Purchase a brick for $55

Download the order form here.

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Spring Music Program

Wed Apr 9 (6 pm)

The fifth grade strings will perform at 6 p.m. followed by the fourth grade’s presentation of Music Matters by Teresa Jennings. It will be a wonderful night of celebrating music!

Spring Break

Mon-Fri Apr 14 - 18

School will be closed

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Report Cards

Report Card Adjustment A reminder that the third nine-week grading period was adjusted due to inclement weather. Report cards will be issued Wednesday, April 25.

VBCPS Community Meetings

Through a competitive application process, VBCPS was selected by education design lab, 2Revolutions, as the sole national partner district on a Carnegie Foundation project to collaboratively develop a Future of Learning model that will serve as a scalable model for school divisions nationwide. As part of this two-year collaboration, six community-based visioning sessions (community meetings) will be facilitated by the 2Revolutions team. Salem HS will be hosting a session on Wednesday, May 30th from 6:30-8:00 in the Schola.

2018-19 Course Verification Forms

2018-19 Course Verification Forms will be provided to students with report cards on April 25th. Parents and students are asked to review the form carefully to ensure they are signed up for the desired classes. Students are expected to return the forms to their 2A teacher on April 27th.

Prom Tickets

Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30th. Students can purchase tickets for 60 dollars in room 110 and room 225 before school or after school.

Gradfest

Graduation is only 2 months away. Gradfest tickets are on sale in the library for $60. We want our seniors safe and enjoying the celebration, it’s the place to be.

SHS Booster Club Scholarship

SHS Booster Club Scholarship Attention members of the Salem High School Athletic Booster Club. Applications for two $500.00 scholarships for seniors will be available in guidance and on the Senior Google Classroom page beginning Monday, April 23. Scholarship application deadline is Friday, May 5th. All applicants must be Booster Club members by May 4th.

One Lunch

For the next two weeks, Salem High School will be administering our “One Lunch” program. We are excited about the opportunities that will be provided to students during this time. The schedule and student expectations are included below.  As by standard practice, we will not be accepting outside food deliveries. In the event that an appointment has been scheduled during “One Lunch”, please communicate with your child the time that you will be arriving so that they will be prepared to meet you at the front desk to sign out. Students that attend the Tech Center or ATC will dismiss at their normal time.  They will be provided the opportunity to pick up a lunch in the cafeteria prior to leaving.

Seniors with approved Early Release will be permitted to leave at 12:00pm. However, we encourage those taking AP tests to utilize Teacher Office Hours and tutoring opportunities as needed.

One Lunch Schedule

Block 1             7:20am-  8:50am             (90 minutes)
Block 2             8:55am-  10:25am           (90 minutes)
Block 3             10:30am-12:00pm           (90 minutes)
    ONE LUNCH  12:00pm-12:50pm       (55 minutes)
Block 4             12:55pm- 2:25pm            (90 minutes)

Student Expectations

  • Attend meetings/activities
  • Remain on school grounds
  • Eat in designated areas
  • Clean up when finished
  • Attend AP or SOL tutoring sessions
  • Visit the Library as a quiet zone or other areas listed as quiet spaces
  • Visit teachers during their Office Hours for additional help and to make up missing assignments (See below)

Teacher Office Hours
1st half- 12:00pm -12:25pm
2nd half-12:25pm-12:50pm

  • Academy/Fine Arts- First half on April 25, 30, and May 3
  • Family and Consumer Science (Business, Foods, Catering, Independent living, Technology) and Special Education Teachers- Second half on April 25, 30, and May 3
  • World Language and Social Studies Teachers- First half on April 24, 27, and May 2
  • Math Teachers- Second half on April 24, 27, and May 2
  • English Teachers- First half on April 23, 26, May 1, 4
  • Science Teachers-Second half on April 23, 26, May 1, 4 

Graduation Newsletter

Graduation Newsletter Class of 2018 students received a Graduation Newsletter in their Government class. Included in the newsletter is important information on graduation, senior day, Gradfest and prom. Additional copies are available in the main office.

Salem High School Dress Code

Salem High School Dress Code Please take a moment to review the attached dress code for Salem High School. As we head into the final 9 weeks, it is important that students follow the guidelines that were established by a committee of students, teachers and parents prior to the school year. This becomes increasingly important as the weather becomes nicer.

Spring Testing Dates

Testing Schedule:  Please take a moment to review the testing schedule for the upcoming weeks. We would also request that you avoid scheduling appointments or absences on your child’s testing dates.

AP Testing Schedule

Date

Test

5/7

Chemistry
Psychology

5/8

Spanish Language
Art History

5/9

English Literature

5/10

Government
Environmental Science

5/11

US History
Studio Art

5/14

Biology
Music Theory

5/15

Calculus AB
Calculus BC
Computer Science

5/16

English Language
Italian

5/17

Statistics

5/18

Human Geography
European History

SOL Testing Schedule

Date

Test

5/21

World History I

5/22

Reading

5/23

Geometry

5/24

Algebra I
Algebra II

5/25

Biology

5/29

World History II
World Geography

5/30

Earth Science
Chemistry

5/31

VA/US History

6/1-6/11

Make-Ups

Attention to parents of students in the Class of 2018

Attention to parents of students in the Class of 2018

The School Counseling Office met with students in the Class of 2018 during SunDevil Advisory this week. Please click on the link below to access a Senior Resource Guidebook developed by the School Counseling Office. You will find information about graduation requirements, college applications, applying for scholarships/financial aid, enlisting in the military, apprenticeship programs, TCC, and playing sports in college. All of the red links in the guidebook will take you directly to that specific website or document.

https://goo.gl/jFVHjA 

Questions should be directed to your child’s guidance counselor.

Salem High School's On-time Graduation Rate

Salem High School's On-time Graduation Rate

An article was published this week in the Virginia Pilot regarding the On-Time Graduation Rate (OTG) and Drop-out rates for all schools in South Hampton Roads. Salem High School’s 94% OTG rate was fourth in VBCPS and 7th in South Hampton Roads (Out of 29 Schools). Furthermore, Salem High School was the #1 performing high school in Virginia Beach with regard to SOL performance. We greatly appreciate the efforts of our parents, guardians, students, faculty and community members that make Salem High School a great place for students to learn.


It is a great day to be a SunDevil!

National Gold Council of Excellence Award

Congratulations to the Salem HS SCA for receiving the National Gold Council of Excellence Award for the 6th Consecutive Year. The National Gold Council of Excellence Award is awarded to those councils that demonstrate the highest levels of leadership, plus meet additional standards as set by NASC.

ParentVUE and StudentVUE Mobile

ParentVUE and StudentVUE Mobile

Parents and students can now access Grade Book information from their mobile devices using Synergy ParentVUE and StudentVUE mobile apps.  Parents can find instructions for setting up and using ParentVUE Mobile App at http://www.vbschools.com/schoolnet/index.asp.

Students can find setup and user instructions for StudentVUE Mobile app at http://schools.vbcps.com.

Questions regarding ParentVUE or StudentVUE Mobile apps can be directed to Data Operations staff at 263-1111, option 1.

Parent Portal

schoolnetHow would you like to view your child's up-to-date grades and attendance from anywhere, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week?  To sign up, please visit  the Parent Portal page or visit www.vbschools.com and click on the "SchoolNet Parent Portal" icon to register.

If you have your identification verified at either the New Student Orientation or the Open House, please be sure and complete your registration online! 

 

Salem's YouTube Channel

Salem High School now has our own YouTube channel with a growing collection of videos representing the best of Salem!  Celebrate Salem with our Celebrate Salem playlist.  Learn to use G Suite with our Tutorials playlist.  Find out more about Apps and Extensions we recommend.  See the YouTube channels that we follow, including the Salem SCA, VBSchools, and more!

Be sure to subscribe today at http://tiny.cc/SHS-YouTube!

For More News >>

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