It's been a busy week of learning at SA, both inside and outside of the classroom! Third grade explored at Camp Thunderbird, fifth grade visited Reynolda Gardens and the Wake Forest Museum of Anthropology, students in grades 1-8 visited Horizons Unlimited for STEM activities, and eighth grade students soaked up history at the Old Stone House.
Jag Weekly
September 30, 2018
Thank you Corporate Partners
Broyhill Scholar Ada Wong. The SA Broyhill Scholarship Program is supported in part by our Corporate Partners.
Dear SA Families: 

Each new school year brings new members to SA's Corporate Partner Program, and I'd like to take a moment to thank the partners who supported Salisbury Academy over the 2017-18 school year. Thanks to their commitment to education, Salisbury Academy can offer exceptional programming to our students while supporting the needs and opportunities within our greater community.

As one of the programs that the Corporate Partner program helps make possible, Salisbury Academy's Broyhill scholarships send 10 Rowan-Salisbury high school students to the 5-day Broyhill Leadership Program each summer.  Learn more about this meaningful opportunity in this week's Salisbury Post.
SA's Corporate Partner program provides businesses multiple ways to reach the Salisbury Academy community with their brand and messaging, all while supporting our school's commitment to Engaging Minds and Building Futures. If you or anyone that you know are interested in learning more, please contact the SA Development Office . Thanks again to our Corporate Partners for partnering with us in education! 

Kind Regards,

Beverly Fowler, Head of School

Important Dates
Fifth-graders identify tree species at Reynolda Gardens.

Staff Workday
Fri., October 5
No school for students. 

Fall Holiday, 
Mon., October 8
No school for students or staff

Grandpersons Day
Fri., October 19
Noon dismissal
*Dress uniform for 1-8
*Red field trip t-shirt and khaki bottoms for JK/K
*No ASK offered

See You at the Pole
In a meaningful school-wide tradition, Salisbury Academy's students and staff gathered for their annual "See You at the Pole" program on Wednesday. Held on the fourth Wednesday of September, the student-led rally brings millions of students together in prayer across the globe.

Middle school students led the school community in prayers for their nation, state, city, school, and students, and said a special prayer for flooding victims of the Carolinas. Salisbury Academy Music Director Dr. Rob Robertson led the school community in song.

"This tradition has great meaning and is a joyful time of unity and reflection," said Salisbury Academy Middle School Division Director Jessica Goodman.

"Witnessing our middle school students joining their school community in prayer while connecting with students at rallies around the globe is a powerful sight."

Middle School Matters
Click here for information on all things middle school.
"Wisdom begins in wonder." 

SA's Fall Fundraiser Begins Tomorrow
Salisbury Academy is excited to partner once again with 
Genevieve's wrapping paper, home décor, and gift items for this year's Fall Fundraiser!
This year's fundraiser begins tomorrow and will run through Monday, October 15. Look for your child's Fall Fundraiser catalog and order form in tomorrow's Monday folders. 

Products will be delivered by Friday, November 16. Show your SA pride while accomplishing some holiday shopping, and let your friends and family do the same by shopping in person or online! 50% of all profits from the catalog will go towards SA. Shop at:

School ID:  14146
Online orders will receive free shipping for purchases over $79! Items that total less than $79 may be shipped to Salisbury Academy at no cost.
When placing online orders, shoppers will enter the school ID# (14146) , and the name, 
teacher, and grade of the child to whom the sale is credited.

SA Bass Fishing Club: 1st meeting on Monday, October 1
A brief informational meeting for middle school students interested in participating in this year's SA Bass Fishing Club will take place first thing in the morning tomorrow, on Monday, October 1st from 8:00 to 8:20 in Mrs. McCall's classroom. Parents are welcome to attend, and information will be sent home in the attendees' Monday folders.

Any interested middle school students may notify their homeroom teacher and attend on Monday. Thank you! 

Lunch Menus
A message from Habeeb Catering:

Those who had lunches ordered for Monday, September 17 when school was cancelled because of the hurricane: You have a credit to use toward your October lunch order. If you have already placed that order, please apply the credit to your November order. 

Thank you,
Nancy Gokey, Habeeb Catering

Habeeb Catering will provide hot lunches Monday through Thursday for JK/K students. Students in grades 1-8 will have lunch provided Monday through Friday.

Contact Nancy Gokey at Habeeb Catering at

Chapel This Week
This week's chapel will take place on Thursday, October 4 and will feature Kristen Trexler of Novant Health speaking on the core virtue "diligence." 

All families are welcome and encouraged to join us in the gym for chapel each Thursday from 9 to 9:30 a.m.


  • Be sure to purchase you SA annual sports pass from Coach Wilson. The price is $75 per family.
  • Jag Sacks are on sale for $10. Please see Coach Wilson.
  • The varsity volleyball game that was scheduled for 9/17 will now be played on 10/1.
  • The JV soccer game that was scheduled 9/13 will now be played on 10/2.
  • Winter Sports sign-ups are on the board outside Coach Wilson's office. (Boys/Girls Basketball 5th-8th and cheerleading 3rd-8th)
  • There will be open gym on Sunday 6:00pm - 7:30pm for any boy or girl interested in coming out for basketball this year

Monday, October 1
  • Cross Country Practice 3:15 - 4:15
  • Tennis Practice 3:30 - 5:00
  • Varsity Volleyball Game @ St. Stephens Lutheran School 4:00
    •  Address: 2304 Spring Rock Rd. NE Hickory, NC 28601
    • Carpool
    • Volleyball players will be dismissed from class at 2:15
Tuesday, October 2
  • JV Soccer Game @ Statesville Christian School 4:00
    • Address: 1210 Museum Rd. Statesville, NC, 28625
    • Carpool
    • Students will be dismissed from class at 2:45
    • White Jersey
  • Varsity Soccer Game VS Tabernacle Christian School 4:00
    • White Jersey
  • JV Volleyball Game VS Tabernacle Christian School 4:00
  • Varsity Volleyball Game VS Tabernacle Christian School 5:00
    • Players should arrive by 4:15 for warm-ups
Wednesday, October 3
  • Volleyball Clinic 3:30 - 4:30
  • Varsity Volleyball Practice 4:30 - 6:00
  • JV Soccer Game VS Sacred Heart 4:00
    • White Jerseys
  • Varsity Soccer Game @ Lexington Middle School 4:00
    • Address: 26 Penry St. Lexington, NC 27292
    • Carpool
    • Blue Jerseys
    • Players will be dismissed from class at 2:45
  • Girls Tennis Match @ Lexington Middle School 4:00
    • Address: 26 Penry St. Lexington, NC 27292
    • Carpool
    • Players should arrive by 4:00
    • Players will be dismissed from class at 2:45
 Thursday, October 4
  • Cross Country Practice 3:15 - 4:15
  • JV Volleyball Practice 3:30 - 5:00
  • JV Soccer Practice 3:30 - 5:00
  • Varsity Soccer Practice 3:30 - 5:00
  • Varsity Volleyball Practice 5:00 - 6:00
Friday, October 5 - No Athletics