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Parent Teacher Conferences

Parents make sure to come by North Salem High School on the following dates and times to talk with your child’s teacher or counselor.

Monday November 21st 

  • 4:45 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.

Tuesday November 22nd 

  • 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
  • 1:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
  • 4:45 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.

North Salem News 11/18/2016

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North Salem News 11/16/2016

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EOS Student Survey

Salem-Keizer SD student survey link: https://eos.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_4J89HLkVEyZQUh7

Work Keys

Students in 20th Century II, American Government and Economics will be taking the Work Keys assessment. Work Keys is a way for students to demonstrate career readiness and many businesses will accept scores on this test to aid in hiring.  It can also be used to meet the Essential Skill graduation requirement for math and reading.

Here is the Link for students to take the test: https://testregistration.org/rsp/Login 

North Salem News 11/2

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North Salem News 10/28/2016

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North Salem News 10/26/2016

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October 2016 North News letter

Students and parents make sure you are in the loop on upcoming events and checkout the North News Letter, October 2016 Issue. To see older North News letters checkout our Newsletters page.

Safe Halloween

Join us for Safe Halloween – October 31; 5:00 pm-6:30 pm

This year we will have a true Safe Halloween at North Salem High School on Monday, Oct. 31. The annual event provides a safe, dry place for children in the NSHS community to trick or treat. Each year, clubs, sports, and individual students sign up to decorate a doorway on the first floor of the school, dress up in fun costumes, and hand out candy to trick-or treaters. While many groups help out each year, some of the faithful favorites include NSHS Cross Country, FBLA, JROTC, and MEChA. In recent years, the event has grown significantly, spanning the entire first floor main

hallway and side wings. The growth in participation has been a welcome sight, but has come with a drawback. Last year, despite collecting more candy than any year in recent memory, there were so many trick-or-treaters that the candy actually ran out about 20 minutes early. What should you learn from that? Well, be sure to arrive early this year! Students interested in signing up for a door to decorate, or students who are just interested in helping out at the event, should contact Mr. Price in room 229 by Oct. 25. Supervised trick-or-treaters are welcome from 5:00 pm- 6:30 pm. In order to allow for the most trick-or-treaters as possible, attendees are allowed to go through the school only one time. Hope to see you there!

Click here to see a slideshow Statesman Journal put together at Safe Halloween a couple of years ago.