Field day thank you!!

posted Jun 19, 2017, 3:31 PM by Chapman Hill

The 2017 Chapman Hill Field Day is in the books!!  The field day committee and Mrs. Wanek in particular would like to thank all those who helped make this day a great day for our students and staff.  Thank you to all those who donated for the fish pond prizes, those who donated the cookies for the cookie walk and those who gave of their time to work the stations for our students.  If you have any pictures from that day that you be willing to share with Mrs. Wanek email them to her at Wanek_diana@salkeiz.k12.or.us.  If you were at school on Friday, in any capacity, we would love to hear from you via this brief survey:


Unclaimed medication and lost and found

posted Jun 8, 2017, 10:01 AM by Chapman Hill

*Medication left at school must be returned to the parent or be destroyed at the end of the school year per district policy.  Please make arrangements for picking up your student’s unused medication before the last day of school.  Unclaimed medication will be disposed of after June 21. 

*All lost and found items will be donated to local charity on June 19.


Summer Reading Club

posted Jun 5, 2017, 1:34 PM by Chapman Hill

Every summer, Salem Public Library provides an incentive-based program to encourage kids and teens to read throughout the summer, thus helping to prevent the  "Summer Slide". Summer Reading Club is a fun way for all ages to spend time reading in the summer.  Prizes and activities encourage kids to read for enjoyment, increase confidence, and expand their horizons.

In addition, the Salem Library offers a listening club for pre-readers and their parents to encourage the continued development of early literacy skills that babies, toddlers and preschoolers need in order to become readers. Reading is the most important skill needed for all other lifelong learning.

Everyone (babies through adults) is invited to join the Summer Reading Club at Salem Public Library and "Build a Better World!" Sign ups begin June 6 at the Main Library or online at www.salemlibrary.org. Kids and teens are encouraged to keep track of reading or listening to books or audio books during the summer, and earn prizes. In addition, Salem Public Library is offering a wide variety of performances and activities for all ages throughout the summer. Flyers are attached in English and Spanish

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