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MSHS Tuesday Newsday May 21, 2019

 North Salem Middle/High School

 High School Academic Awards Night is Thursday, May 30, 2019, 8:00 pm
in Auditorium
Individual students have been notified by e-mail if they are going to receive an award.  Parents, please check with your students to see if they received an email.  We look forward to seeing you on May 30th.
Science Research Symposium on Tuesday, May 21st from 6:00-8:00 pm in the Middle School / High School Library. This evening is a wonderful opportunity for our students to share their original research with the school and local communities. I would like to invite you all to attend this wonderful event.  The evening will be structured a bit differently this year due to our involvement with the University at Albany Science Research Program. We will begin the evening with a keynote speaker followed by a ten-minute oral presentation from three of our seniors and one junior on their work for the past two to three years. This will be followed by an informal poster session where you will have the opportunity to speak with all of our students about their fascinating original research projects. Lite refreshments will be provided for the evening.       
GRADUATION -- Senior Parents  -- attached is some important information regarding Graduation on June 17, 2019
Do you know any Seniors graduating from North Salem High School?  -- Surprise them by giving them a North Salem High School Graduation Lawn Sign.  Details for ordering are attached here.
OPTIONS Night --   June 4th is OPTIONS Night for our Seniors.  Any community member interested in being a panelist for presentations, please see the attached letter.
North Salem Science Research Symposium -- Please join us on Tuesday, May 21st from 6:00 to 8:00 pm in the North Salem Middle / High School Library.  for an evening of presentations on fascinating research
ranging from robotic arms to beekeeping. Refreshments will be provided and there will be time to interact with and ask questions to our Keynote speaker and students.
Alliance for Safe Kids in Yorktown will be hosting free monthly support groups for parents/caregivers who are concerned about their kid's mental wellness.  Alliance for Safe Kids has joined forces with The Youth Mental Health Project to host the meetings.
*Meetings are free and confidential for parents and caregivers
*Meetings are open to any parent that has concerns about their child's mental wellness (ages 1-24)
*Topics such as anxiety, depression and emotional dysregulation will be discussed
For more information about the group email:
Link for The Youth Mental Health Project:
MS Parents -- Order your school supplies on-line for next year.  Please see attached flyer for detailed information.
This May actors, athletes, social influencers, businesspeople and more send a message of hope about their experience growing up with a mental health or learning disorder: Help us stop the shame and stigma.  This is #MyYoungerSelf, the Child Mind Institute’s campaign to counter the stigma for the 1 in 5 children struggling with these disorders.  Check it out...
Tutoring Available  -- In an effort to connect students with peer tutors, the National Honor Society is implementing a new and improved tutoring program. If your student would be interested in seeing a peer tutor for the fourth quarter and/or regents prep please fill out the attached tutoring referral form. This form should be turned in to Jillian Foglia in the counseling office as soon as possible.  
Thank you,
Volunteers Needed -- Our Farm's Equine Rescue
Weekends or after school - once a week - paddock clean up - picking up manure, rocks, branches, and simple property maintenance. Weekend Mornings - Help with horses and barn chores.  Summer Volunteer Internships also available. All of these are non-paid volunteer hours. Please contact Sharon Kress at 203-496-2854 or 


If you are interested in spending a week or two on a college campus this summer to learn about something that interests you, check out the list of summer programs on our website.

Check out the impressive list of College Acceptances for our Class of 2019 (click here)


After School Schedule
September 12th – June 14th

The Fitness Center is open after school as follows:
High School Students:
·         Monday’s                      2:30-3:30 pm
·         Wednesday’s                3:00-4: 00 pm
·         Friday’s                        2:30-3:30 pm

7th and 8th Grade Students:

  • Tuesday’s                    3:00-4:00 pm
  • Thursday’s                   3:00-4:00 pm

Varsity and JV athletic teams will have exclusive use of the Fitness Center beginning at 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday.  

We are looking for the following coaches for the Fall Sports Season:
Varsity cross country
Modified field hockey  
Modified girls soccer
Modified volleyball

Aramark is looking for Food Service Employees at the MS/HS.  For more information contact Karen Seikovsky at 

Parent Letter for AP Students
MS Vocal Concert
MS Instrumental Concert
Movie Night
Boys Tennis Intramurals at Hardscrabble Club
Driver's Education Summer Program
all 2019 Athletic Start Dates 
Fall Sports Sign Up Dates
Mental Health Phone Numbers/Resources
Senior Parents OPTIONS Letter
Junior Parents OPTIONS Letter
OPTIONS Letter to Community Members
Order Corsages and Boutonnieres for Prom

Schoolhouse Theatre Summer Camp

Upcoming Events
5/14                MS Instrumental Concert, 7:30 pm
5/16                HS Band and Chorus, 7:30 pm
5/3                  HS Cabaret, 7:00 pm
5/21                STEAM Fair/HS Science Symposium, 6:00 pm
5/22                MSHS Progress Reports posted on Parent Portal
5/27                School Closed
5/30                HS Art Show, 7:00 pm, HS Academic Awards, 8:00 pm