Salem School is hosting a Salem Family 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, May 30. The event is being organized by Salem teachers and the Staff Wellness Committee. Local businesses are supporting the 5K. The run/walk is scheduled for an 8:30 a.m. start. Other activities will take place in addition to the run/walk. There will be music, […]
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Salem School Board member Jack Niccolai resigned from the board Tuesday. Niccolai, who just won re-election April 7, read the following statement at the meeting: I want to thank the taxpayers for their vote of confidence and the school board members for their support and encouragement. However, due to circumstances beyond my control, I am forced […]
Even through the demands of raising two children and being a full time teacher, Salem School sixth grade math teacher Diana Riechers found time to write a novel. In fact, she’s written three and a half novels of a planned four-book series in the last three years. The idea of being a novelist always sat […]
Salem School participated in the Wisconsin State Mathematics Contest sponsored by the Wisconsin Mathematics Council. The contest consisted of five sets of problems, four of which were completed individually, and the fifth was completed as a group. The Salem School team placed 3rd in their division. Special recognition was given to students Dylan Hughes and […]
American Transmission Co.’s application with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin seeking approval for the Spring Valley-North Lake Geneva Transmission Line Project was submitted Monday the company announced. From the ATC announcement: The project includes the construction of a new 138,000-volt transmission line from the North Lake Geneva Substation in southern Walworth County to the […]
At about 8:55 p.m. Town of Salem Fire/Rescue units and a sheriff’s deputy are responding to Salem School for a medical call. Per dispatch: Patient is an 81-year-old female who fell.
Voters in the Salem School District appear to have returned some familair faces to the board. As of 8:44 p.m., with all polls reporting, results have incumbent Jack Niccolai 492 (35%) and former board member Shane C. Gerber 425 (30%) winning the two at large seats. Rounding out the polling were Robert Spencer 369 (26%) and 128 write-in […]
Westosha Conference girls volleyball championships were held Thursday at Randall School. Bristol came in first; Salem came in second.
Salem School hosted a National Geographic’s giant map of South America earlier this week, through the efforts of sixth grade teacher Diane Thomson. The visit was sponsored by the Wisconsin Alliance for Geography. Salem was one of only 15 schools in the state to get such a visit this school year. The map itself is 22 feet by […]
This year’s Salem Celebration theme was Candyland. Salem Grade School was bustling Thursday evening with games and ice cream. The evening concluded with a performance by staff.
Television and Radio personality Retro Bill visited Salem School recently, speaking to students about bullying, self-esteem, and safety. His morning was spent with Salem’s 6th through 8th grade students and Bristol School’s 7th & 8th grade students. Retro Bill was the keynote speaker later in the afternoon at Salem School’s 5th Grade DARE Graduation. Retro Bill is considered an […]
This post was sponsored by Paddock Lake Pet Services The following students were named to the Salem School Honor Roll for the second quarter of the 2014-15 school year: Eighth Grade High honors — Joseph Brenner, Kennedy Cortes, Amy Degner, Anna Delisi, Ashlyn Friedrichs, Abigail Jones, Olivia Kazumura, Cameron Krueger, Amelia Kusch, Brenna Maloney, Caileigh McFeters, Moses Morin, Matthew Pham, Carina Rook, Triana Rudd, Ryan Schumacher, Boden Stickels, Zane Sumwalt, Mary Teumer, Nicholas Trecker, Daniella Viirre. Honors […]
Parisa Watson, who was appointed to the Salem School Board in January, has announced she plans to run a write-in candidacy to win a seat int eh April 4 election. Watson was appointed in January to fill the remainder of Kim McLeod’s term, which expires in April.
Boy Scout Troop 328 will host its annual Super Bowl Breakfast and Silent Auction on Sunday, Feb. 1, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Salem Grade School. Hwy 83/AH, enter off of AH. Cost: Adults – $6, Children 5-12 and Seniors – $4, Children under 4 – Free. Breakfast includes all you can eat pancakes, […]
At about 8:52 a.m., Town of Salem Fire/Rescue units and sheriff’s deputies are responding to Salem School for a general fire alarm. UPDATE 8:53 a.m. — Dispatch reports that alarm company reports that alarm was tripped by someone working on it.
Salem Grade School students, grades K-6, participated in an art fundraiser through Square 1 Art coordinated by art teachers Brittany Stalker and Chanda Droske. All proceeds benefited The Sharing Center, a local food and resource center in Trevor. Each student began by creating a unique piece of work in art class which was then sent […]
Parisa Anne Watson has been selected to fill a vacancy on the Salem School Board. The vacancy was created by the resignation of member Kim McLeod for health reasons. Watson will serve on the board until May, when board members elected in the April 7 election will start their duties. Watson is not on the ballot in the April school board election. […]
The Salem School District is seeking applicants for people interested in serving on the Board of Education. The vacancy on the board was created by the resignation of Kim McLeod. McLeod resigned via a letter from her husband citing health reasons, said district administrator David Milz. Here is the district’s request for applicants: Residents of […]
This post was sponsored by Paddock Lake Pet Services The following students were named to the Salem School Honor Roll for the first quarter of the 2014-15 school year: Eighth Grade High honors: Emma Anderson, Jacob Boas, Spencer Cain, Kennedy Cortes, Paige Dawley, Amy Degner, Anna Delisi, Heidi Dittmer, Ashlyn Friedrichs, Brandon Gonzales, Olivia Hinze, Abigail […]
Salem Grade School annual salute to veterans, also an opportunity to learn about and help homeless veterans. Members of the student senate presented Their guest speaker, Kirsten Sobieski, Executive Director, Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative, with a selection of practical items, from paper towel to toothpaste. Their organization helps homeless vets and also seeks out homeless […]
At about 7:24 p.m., Town of Salem Fire/Rescue units are responding to a supervisory fire alarm at Salem School. UPDATE 7:25 p.m. — Per dispatch: Contact at school says it was a pulled false alarm.
View Larger Map The above Google Maps Streetview shows the current electrical poles and lines along Highway O in front of Wheatland Center School. Wheatland Center School Board members will seek more information from the company proposing to run a electrical transmission line by school. The board discussed the American Transmission Company proposed route for a 69 kilovolt line to […]
At 10:19 a.m., Town of Salem Fire/Rescue units are responding to Salem School for a medical call. Per dispatch: Patient is a 4 year old who is conscious, but experiencing difficulty breathing. School nurse is with the child.
Salem School hosted the First Inaugural Westosha-Wilmot Grade School Conference Cross Country Meet on Oct. 1. There were nearly 150 runners representing 11 schools. First place finishes in the 7th & 8th Grade Boys and 7th & 8th Girls races were recorded by Salem School students Tyler Silber and Heaven Anderson.
Salem School Cross Country Team to run in Nate Walter 2nd Annual 5K Memorial to show support for teacher
The Salem School Cross Country Team will be participating in the Nate Walter 2nd Annual 5K Memorial Fun Run/Walk on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at Wilmot Union High School. While the proceeds from the event will help to create a scholarship in Nathan’s honor for students pursuing a career in technology, the Salem student-athletes also want to […]
Cub Scout Pack 328 will host Join Us night meetings at Riverview School on Sept. 16 at 6 p.m. and at Salem School on Sept. 18 at 6:30 pm. Cub scouting is a year round family program designed for boys who are in the first grade through fifth grade or 7 through 10 years of age. […]
Salem Summer School was held from July 7th through August 1st. There were 225 students who attended the 4 week program. There were many reinforcement and enrichment opportunities for students to choose from, particularly in the areas of reading, math, and computers. There were also classes that allowed many hands-on experiences such as Arithmetic in […]
This post was sponsored by Paddock Lake Pet Services The following students were named to the Salem School Honor Roll for the third quarter of the 2013-14 school year: Eighth grade High honors: Kaitlyn Barningham, Becca Bell, Addison Borchert, Lauren Bucko, Meghan Capra, Joshua Engberg, Jonathan Filiatreault, Braden Gere, Colten Greenhill, Maggie Hillock, Michelle LaMeer, […]
The Salem School Board of Education is looking for community members to serve on the following standing committees of the Board: Buildings and Grounds Education Review Policy & Community Relations Finance Volunteers are asked to serve a two-year term. Committee meetings are generally held once a month. Please contact District Administrator David Milz at 843-2356 if […]
Salem School eighth grade award winners were announced at the graduation ceremony June 10. The 2014 award winners are: Student of the Year–Haley Trecker. Scholastic Award–Haley Trecker. American Legion–Siera Sieberth, Connor Stickels. SPEAK Award–Becca Bell, Braden Gere. Athlete of the Year–Becca Bell and Lauren LaPlant, Braden Gere. Daughters of the American Revolution–Mackenzie Maccaux. Merten and Meier […]