3rd grade recently shared in their Native American Day. This TSS tradition is a culmination of their recent studies of the history of Native Americans, the different tribes, and their cultures. The celebration included a visit from Boe and Ragghi who were able to talk about the traditional clothing, music, and dance. The students finished off the morning with a Native American feast! A day of experiential learning that these students will remember for years to come!
Thank you to everyone who came out to our Turkey Trot 5K race and 1 mile walk recently! We had a great turn out on a beautiful morning! Thanks also to our Boosters Club for organizing a fun event where everyone could share their Dragon spirit!
Eighth grade science has been learning about Newton's laws. The class were set a challenge to explain and demonstrate the laws in creative ways. The students stepped up to the mark and presented these foundations of physics in song, video, puppets shows and hands-on experiments. The projects will certainly make these science lessons memorable!
The fourth grade class traveled to New York recently as a culminating experience for their social studies unit on immigration. Students visited Ellis and Liberty Islands to see for themselves what it would have been like to arrive in the USA in the last century.
Visit our Open House on Wednesday, February 1, 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.