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Salem High School

Mr. Cody Curtis

High School Principal

Greyhound High School News October 20, 2017

          

Mission Statement

It is the mission of Salem Schools to educate all students by providing a challenging curriculum that promotes higher-order thinking skills, technology integration, and problem-solving through relevant and engaging activities. We will provide the experiences necessary for all students to become college and career ready.

Quote of the Year: 

 A RIVER CUTS THROUGH A ROCK NOT BECAUSE OF ITS POWER BUT BECAUSE OF ITS PERSISTENCE! 

 

 

 

Quote of the week:

The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today. ~ H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Remember:  Attitude is a decision, so letís decide to make each day a success.

Negative people have a problem with every solution. Start each day with positivity. ~Gene Chizik

Upcoming Events:

October 20: Flu shot clinic

October 27: Fall sports senior night

Parents need to be lined up in the north end zone by 6:20 pm. The program will start promptly at 6:30.

April 21: Prom 8:00 p.m. -12:00

Student recognition

Congratulations to Brandie and Chyenne Wright for their performances in the Arkansas State Fair livestock showing competition. The girls also competed in our county fair and the district fair. Brandi was Grand Champion in her division and Chyenne was Reserved Grand Champion in her division. The girls received a big belt buckle along with a money prize for their winnings.

 

R.I.S.E. Arkansas

R.I.S.E. Arkansas(Reading Initiative for Student Excellence).  R.I.S.E. Arkansas encourages a culture of reading throughout the state, bringing together community partners, parents and teachers to help students become lifelong readers.

Reading Competition

Every quarter we will post the rankings outside the library of the top three students in each grade who have read the most words. At the end of the year the top three students from the entire high school, grades 7-12 combined, will receive a Kindle Fire.

 

 

After school Gym rules

1.   Students are not allowed in the gym after 3:05 unless they are with their coach practicing.

2.   Students are not to be in the gym watching practices or just hanging out. The gym is closed for teams to practice. 

3.   Students are not to be in the locker room hanging out without a coachís permission and their coach must be in the building.

4.   Open Gym hours are from 6:00 pm. -8:00pm.  Monday- Thursday ( except for nights of home sporting events)

5.   Students attending home events need to be at the event in the home side bleachers. No hanging out in the courtyard while the game is going on.

6.   Any student who leaves the venue of a home game will not be allowed to reenter.

 

 

 

 

 

Reminders:

       Students need to make sure and not leave any weapons (guns or bows) in your cars or trucks. Please make sure and remove your hunting weapons before coming onto campus.

       Open Gym times have change to 6:00 pm-8:00 pm Monday- Thursday

o  There will not be open gym on nights that there is a home game of any sport.

       Students are not to be in the gym before/ after school without their coach. Teams are trying to practice and the traffic disrupts practice.

       Students must sit on the HOME side during all sporting events. Remember if you leave the gates of the game or the gym you cannot reenter.

       Students make sure and keep your hands off the Chromebook towers in the cafeteria. Do not unplug the Chromebooks or close the tower doors or touch the locks on the towers. The only reason to be at the tower is to place your Chromebook in the tower and plug it up or to pick it up. Do not handle another studentís Chromebook.

 

Healthy Facts

       A new study shows that in this day and time 2017, that more people are addicted to prescription pills than tobacco.

       Eating Vegetables will improve your health. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants and an endless variety of trace nutrients that science has just begun to uncover. In observational studies, eating vegetables is associated with improved health and a lower risk of disease

       Lack of exercise is now causing as many deaths as smoking across the world

       Wash your hands before every meal

       Over 30% of cancer could be prevented by avoiding tobacco and alcohol, having a healthy diet and physical activity.

       Sleeping less than 7 hours each night reduces your life expectancy

       There are more skin cancer causes due to indoor tanning than lung cancer causes due to smoking

Accelerated Reader

Each quarter, students will be required to acquire AR points.  In grades 7-8, each student must get 10 points, and in grades 9-12, each student must get 15 points. At the half-way point of each nine weeks students must have at least half of their AR points accumulated.

 

Greyhound Act Right Days

GAR rewards are for those students who do not have 6+ days of detention or 1 office referral in the 30 day span. Those students who do have 6+ days or 1 office referral will stay in class during the rewards and work on class work, and they will not participate in the rewards until day 30 is reached and the GAR days are reset.

 

 

Remember: Be self discipline. Do what you are supposed to do, when you are supposed to do it, and how it is supposed to get done.

 

The rewards days and times are below and the dates could be subject to change if there is some conflict with testing or another school event.

 

 

 

 

 

Reward Tuesdays

August 29

Sept 12

Sept 26

Oct 10

Oct 24

Nov 7

Nov 21

Dec 5

Dec 19

Jan 16

Jan 30

Feb 13

Award Time

5 min

10 min

15 min

5 min

10 min

15 min

5 min

10 min

15 min

5 min

10 min

15 min

Periods

1st-2nd

3rd-4th

2nd-3rd

1st-2nd

3rd-4th

2nd-3rd

1st-2nd

3rd-4th

2nd-3rd

1st-2nd

3rd-4th

2nd-3rd

Day 10

Day 20

Day 30

Day 10

Day 20

Day 30

Day 10

Day 20

Day 30

Day 10

Day 20

Day 30

Reward Tuesdays

Feb 27

Mar 13

Apr 3

Apr 17

May 1

May 8

Award Time

5 min

10 min

15 min

5 min

10 min

15 min

Periods

1st-2nd

3rd-4th

2nd-3rd

1st-2nd

3rd-4th

2nd-3rd

Day 10

Day 20

Day 30

Day 10

Day 20

Day 30