The Nanticoke River Swim and Triathlon presented The Salisbury School Key Club with a check for $750 yesterday as a way of showing their appreciation to the many volunteers from the school’s Key Club who have supported the Triathlon in recent years.
Congratulations to our winners in the Eastern Shore Reading Council's Young Authors competition! Once again, The Salisbury School was well represented in the list of winning original poems and short stories. Students will receive their awards in SU's Holloway Hall in February.
Our 8th Grade Spaghetti Dinner was a roaring success! The class raised $2,100 for Athletes Serving Athletes, towards the cost of a "Blue Rocket" running stroller. The stroller will allow individuals with disabilities to participate in mainstream running events supported by an experienced athlete. Many thanks to Mrs, Matthews, Jenn LeCates and Angie McLaughlin for coordinating the event, and to the many parents who contributed to the dinner and volunteered on the night! Great job, 8th Grade, you really have a heart for helping others!
Our Lower School Recycling Committee is working to share their passion for protecting the environment with all their lower school friends. Recently, they designed new posters to highlight the recycle bins around the school and researched important recycling facts to share during morning announcements. All their activities will assist TSS in remaining a certified Green School. Great job, everyone!
Visit our Open House on Wednesday, March 8th, 2017 at 9:00 A.M. Tour our campus, visit classrooms, and meet students and faculty. A perfect opportunity to find out more about The Salisbury School! Call Gail Carozza, Admissions Director, 410 742 4464 X123.