Second grade students enjoyed hands-on centers in the culmination of their first CKLA unit, Fairy Tales and Tall Tales. The centers incorporated map skills to find Pecos Bill and Beauty and the Beast, baking pancakes for Paul Bunyan, and weaving a coat for The Emperor's New Clothes. Students also illustrated their CKLA vocabulary words: tame, curious, and legendary.
Jag Weekly
September 8, 2019
The Broyhill Journey: Incredible experiences made possible by SA Corporate Partners
Salisbury Academy Broyhill Scholar Isaiah Woods
Dear Salisbury Academy Parents, 
 
Over the past nine years Salisbury Academy has had the honor of sending 116 students from Rowan-Salisbury high schools to the Broyhill Leadership Program. This summer, students from Carson High School, North Rowan High School, Rowan County Early College, and Salisbury High School attended the program. These scholarships are funded through proceeds from our annual Bloom gala as well as through our Corporate Partners who so generously support educational advancement at Salisbury Academy and in the greater community. 

In this week's Salisbury Post feature on Broyhill Scholar Isaiah Woods, Woods shares how impactful his experience at the three-day leadership camp at Wingate University has been in his life and the many opportunities that the experience has opened him to.

"Hope. It's as simple as that," Isaiah shares. "Salisbury Academy game me more than money for a program. They gave me self-belief that I could apply for these things and have these kinds of opportunities." 

Read the full article on Isaiah for more of his inspiring journey! 

To learn more about becoming a Corporate Partner at Salisbury Academy, visit our Corporate Partner page.
 
Sincerely,

Beverly Fowler, Head of School

Important Dates

Enrichment programs Mighty Kicks (above) and Creative Coders (below) kicked off this week as did the first Sports Shots program of the year.



Fall Picture Day and Designated Team Pictures
Wed., Sept. 18

PSA Family Picnic and Outdoor Movie Night
Fri., Sept. 20
6 p.m. (Meal served at 6:15, movie at 7:00. See below in Jag Weekly for more details.)

See You at the Pole
Wed., Sept. 24
8:05 a.m. 


 
 
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Middle School Matters
   
"Responsibility: the high price of self-ownership." 
              ~ Eli Schleifer


PSA Family Picnic: Join us Friday, September 20
PSA Family Picnic and Movie Night
Friday, September 20 at 6 p.m.
(Meal served at 6:15 p.m., movie to begin at 7)

Rain or shine, Salisbury Academy looks forward to hosting our school community for a picnic and outdoor movie on Friday, September 20! Picnic meal will be barbecue with chips and water or lemonade. Families are welcome to pack your own picnic meal and bring it along as well. Don't forget your blankets and lawn chairs!
 
There is no entry fee and the barbecue meal is provided at no cost by Parents of Salisbury Academy (PSA). Those interested in the school-provided meal, please RSVP no later than Tuesday, September 17 to Mrs. Shannon McCoy and include the number of people in your party. 

Consumable/Activity Fees


If you've not done so yet, please submit your full Consumable Fee and half of the Activity Fee to the SA business office. The remaining half of the Activity Fee is due by December 1. 
 
Payments can be made by check, cash, or electronically through your FACTS account. Thank you!


Lunch Menus
School Lunch
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  salunchlady@yahoo.com



Booster Club Pizza
Students interested in participating in the Booster Club Pizza lunch fundraiser this year may sign up by submitting the Booster Club Pizza form to the front office. 

Chapel This Week
This week's chapel gathering will take place on Thursday, September 12 and will feature Mr. Robert Jones of the Rowan Public Library speaking on the core virtues of respect and responsibility. 

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

Athletics

Monday, September 9
  • JV volleyball practice 3:30 - 4:30
  • Cross Country Meet @ Salisbury Community Park 4:00
    • Carpool
    • Runners will be dismissed at 3:00
    • Runners should arrive by 3:15 for course preview
  • Girls Tennis Match @ Sacred Heart @ Salisbury High School 4:00
    • Players should arrive by 3:30 for warm-ups
  • Varsity volleyball practice 4:30 - 6:30
Tuesday, September 10
  • JV Volleyball Game VS Hickory Day School 4:00
  • Varsity Soccer Game VS Hickory Day School 4:00 (Red uniform)
  • Varsity Volleyball Game VS Hickory Day School 5:00
Wednesday, September 11
  • JV Volleyball Game VS Sacred Heart 4:00
  • Varsity Soccer Game VS Sacred Heart 4:00 (Red uniform)
  • Varsity Volleyball Game VS Sacred Heart 5:00
Thursday, September 12 - Middle School Overnight Trip No Athletics

Friday, September 13 - Middle School Overnight Trip No Athletics