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Striving for Success,
Excelling in All We Do,
Supporting Each Other.
PL221 School Improvement Goals
To view the entire North Salem School Improvement Plan from 2020 Click here.
English Language Arts
Students at North Salem Elementary School will improve their writing applications skills by using supporting details from various sources.
Students at North Salem Elementary School will improve their computation.
About the School
North Salem Elementary is located in the northwest section of the school district in the town of North Salem.
The enrollment area is rural, with the population being the least dense of the two elementary districts. The enrollment area consists of the townships of Eel River and Union.
Regular classroom instruction is supplemented each day with a special subject area class. These classes are PE, Art, Music, Library, and Computer Lab.
There is a resource room and support staff for Special Education as well as Title I support in Reading and Math.
The average class size at North Salem Elementary School is 20 students.
The staff in this building are united in their efforts and are dedicated to supporting students as they strive to reach lofty goals.
Our current Corporation enrollment is just under 1900 students in grades K-12.
The North Salem Elementary School building consists of two older, but remodeled, sections and one new section which was completed in 2001.
Featuring air conditioning, a large high-quality gym, pleasant cafeteria, phones in all rooms, complete communications system, comfortable library and a beautiful playground. We serve students in grades K-5.
Programs & Services
- Hands on experiential learning
- Writing skills and journals
- Math problem-solving
- Research-based instructional methods
- 4th and 5th grade rotation system
- Student Council
- PTO for parent involvement
- Full time nurse
- Breakfast and lunch programs
- SAS - Students After School
- Athletics (sponsored by community groups and parents with the use of school facilities including: soccer, football, flag football, basketball, baseball, softball, and swimming programs through Tri-West High School.)
Spell Bowl and Math Bowl Teams
- Winners of regional and state competitions
Curriculum & Instruction
- Title I Reading
- Data-driven Instruction
- Response to Instruction
- Research-based practices
- Technical Instruction
- Two 30 station networked computer labs
- Extensive use of computers for task completion by students
The Hidden Curriculum
- Following rules
- Respecting self and others
- Being polite
- Character development
- Personal accountability
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