Congratulations to all our winners in the Optimist Club's Annual Art contest! The theme this year was "When I grow up...". The winners all had their work recently displayed at the Better Living Expo at the Wicomico Civic Center. Great job to all our talented artists!
Our Upper School concert band participated in the District V Band Festival recently at Wi-Hi, along with other public schools from the Eastern Shore counties. The band performed three pieces of music in front of three judges who provided them with written comments and ratings. They then left the auditorium and were given an unknown piece of music to "sight read". What a wonderful opportunity to enhance our student musicians' performance skills!
Our third grade Spanish class had some real-life experience of using their foreign language skills recently when they created their own Mexican restaurant in the classroom. The students cooked the food, designed the menus, and placed and took orders in Spanish. Bien hecho a todos! (Great job!)
27 Upper School students recently traveled to Philadelphia to participate in the Ivy League Model United Nations Conference. This event continues to be an outstanding arena of experiential learning in which students sharpened their negotiating skills and acquired insight into what it takes to achieve consensus and progress. From raising awareness about economic development to solving crises corresponding to international emergencies, they made their voices heard and took the first steps toward driving political and social change. We are so proud of our students!
Our Middle School teachers recently created an extra-special TSS Dragon Day for their students. The morning commenced with the unveiling of seven handcrafted dragons hanging in the MS Commons. The dragons were created by Middle School students over the last year, and are now hanging proudly for all to see.
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.
The annual Youth Summer Sports Camp is being held in an effort to improve skill and team concepts in sports within the community on June 12th - 16th, 2017. Enjoy daily activities in soccer, golf, track & field, basketball, lacrosse, and tennis.The daily camp hours are 8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M., with early drop off and late pick up options available. Early bird discount availabe for all who register before May 15th