News and Highlights
- As we move closer to winter, inclement weather is likely to affect normal school operations. Inclement weather decisions are based on an assessment of the safety of transporting students to and from school by school bus. When we can transport students safely, we endeavor to open our schools because we are committed to teaching and learning. See more information regarding inclement weather decisions.
- Available for review is the draft of our 2020-2021 School Calendar The calendar reflects a “first material week of September” start date which is before Labor Day in 2020. This allows for a full two-week winter break without pushing the last day of school into the third week of June. Even with the slightly earlier start, you will notice that there aren’t many non-student days. The Friday before Labor Day is a required non-student day and the Friday before Memorial Day was added as a potential makeup day. All questions regarding this draft should be directed to Assistant Superintendent, Curtis Hicks.(firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Please see the revised calendar for school year 2019-2020 here.
- Salem School Division is featured in a series of Statewide Educational Videos.
- SCS Legislative Priorities and Positions for the 2019 General Assembly
- Salem City Schools School Quality Reports and Report Cards
MAKE-UP DAYS 2019-2020
There are a total of 10 possible make-up days in the 2019-20 calendar, four excess time days and six makeup days. The days are listed in the planned order of their use. Students, parents, and employees should note that circumstances sometimes require a departure for the order listed. The order in which these days are used may change.
1. Excess Time Built-in Make-up Day
2. Excess Time Built-in Make-up Day
3. Excess Time Built-in Make-up Day
4. Excess Time Built-in Make-up Day
5. February 3 Rescheduled as a student day (Schedule conferences as needed)
6. March 13 Rescheduled as a student day
7. April 6 Rescheduled as a student day
8. April 7 Rescheduled as a student day
9. April 8 Rescheduled as a student day
10. April 9 Rescheduled as a student day
Depending on the timing and frequency of any missed days, specifically if an inordinate number of student days are missed early in the winter season, the Board may consider rescheduling the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and/or Memorial Day Holidays as additional student days to be determined no later than the January 2020 and May 2020 Board Meetings, respectively.
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