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Wednesday Advent Services Dec. 12

Don't forget Advent services this coming Wednesday, Dec. 12 @ 4:00 & 7:00pm.

Grades 5-8 will sing for the 4:00pm service with some preservice piano music.

Salem's Caring Committee will serve sloppy joes, coleslaw and dessert will be served 5 - 6:30pm.

Please join us!

Christmas Bake Sale

There will be a Christmas Bake Sale on Wednesday, December 19, before and after the K-8 Christmas Program. Please drop off any baked good donations for this sale in the school office starting Monday, Dec. 17th. Proceeds from the sale will be used for the school tuition assistance fund.

Thank you!

Saints Drop Second in a Row at Greenfield

Our Salem parents, players, and coaches made the long journey to Loretto on Friday to take on the Sailors in the battle of the Salems.             Playing in an extremely unorthodox environment against a physically imposing opponent, the coaches were so proud of the way our boys came out of the gates. After the first ten minutes of the game, our Saints led at 14-8 with two minutes left in the first half. Unfortunately, the wheels fell off as Greenfield’s relentless full court trap wore us down, forcing numerous turnovers by trapping us along the sideline and intercepting lofty passes. The Sailors went into halftime on a 6-0 run (halftime score: 14-14). In the second half, the Sailors rotated in waves of fresh bodies to orchestrate their suffocating press, which eventually wore down our starters, causing even more turnovers (final score 29-37).             Eighth grader John (19 points) displayed excellent leadership by keeping his composure and continuing to compete as the emotions of …

Jubilate sings Saturday

Just a reminder that Jublilate Choir sings tomorrow at 5pm for the Salem Peace Christmas Concert.  The choir should be ready to warm up at 4:40pm.  If you have any questions you can email Ms. Gosch at agosch@salemlutheran.org or cell 651-764-3041

Middle School Christmas Gift Exchange

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Dear parents of Salem middle school students,

In the past, students would exchange names and buy a gift for one another. We won’t be following that practice this year, but instead, we are going to think of those who are in need. In Acts 20:35, St. Paul reminds us that “we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ ”

Our children have so many things to be thankful for, blessings too numerous to count. To help them recognize how blessed they are and demonstrate our love for our Savior this year the class will be donating gifts to the Children’s Hospital.

These gifts will be given to families who have children in the hospital this Christmas season. This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to show Christian love to others during a difficult time in their lives. Our students decided on purchasing gifts as a group:
Playdoh, rattles and teething rings, toy cars, bubbles, nail supplies, and more.

Each child is as…

Saints A Team Basketball Suffer First Loss of Season

In the battle of two teams that share the same home basketball venue, our Salem A Team competed against Christ Lutheran of North St. Paul in an “away” game at our usual home court on Tuesday.             Right from the outset, we knew we were in for a dogfight against the Cougars skilled guards. Unfortunately, the first half was an offensive struggle for our Saints. As we came out shooting ice cold, our Saints continued to settle for too many outside shots, instead of attacking the basket and creating opportunities in the lane. The Cougars did an excellent job of making us uncomfortable on offense by constantly switching up their defensive alignment. While the low scoring first half reflected our offensive inefficiency, it also demonstrated how great of a job we did on the defensive end, which enabled us to keep ourselves within striking distance going into halftime (halftime score: 8-14).             As the second half unfolded, both the speed of the game and scoring began to pick up…

Lunch Menu Change

Please swap Dec. 11 and Dec. 13 menu items!

Please note the menu items planned for Tuesday, December 11 will instead be planned for Thursday, December 13 and vice versa. Our students will also eat in their classroom on the 13th to accommodate our Ladies Guild Christmas gathering which will be held in the lunchroom that day.

Here are the new menu items planned for these days:

December 11
Entree #1 Tacos with Chicken
Entree #2 Tacos with Beef
hard or soft or salad option
rice, beans, corn, carrots, fruit

December 13
Entree #1 Mini Corn Dogs
Entree #2 American Wrap
Entree #3 Italian Wrap
Entree #4 Chicken Ceasar Wrap
Veggies, fruit and chips

Thank you!

Are You a Science Geek?

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Even if you are not, mark your calendar for Thursday, March 7 and help us prepare NOW for a fun night of learning! How can you help? Do you have a job or an interest in the area of science (doctor, dentist, veterinarian geologist, botanist, biologist, physicist, or any other)? Do you like to entertain children with science experiments? Contact Jill Kaiser if you (or someone you know) can give of your time and talents to share some science with us all at Salem on our Family Academic Night on the evening of Thursday, March 7.  I look forward to hearing from you!  Jill Kaiser jkaiser@salemlutheran.org

December Lunch Menu

Here is the lunch menu for the month of December. Please remember to make sure your lunch account is funded for the month ahead. Thank you!

December Lunch Menu

December Message from the Principal

Saints and Angel Hosts Rejoice
Luke 2:10 But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people.

What makes for a good Christmas? Is it getting the gifts you asked for? Maybe even getting a gift that you have been waiting for? Or maybe you love having family and friends around during Christmastime, or when all the kids are outside and you can finally get some peace and quiet. We all have our thoughts on what makes Christmas the best.

The angels had something to share with the shepherds that made their Christmas the best. They told them that Jesus, the long-awaited Savior, was being born in Bethlehem. This may not seem like huge news, but back during those times, the Jews were waiting for the Savior for a long time. This was news that would make it a good Christmas.

However, as Jesus grew, the Jews changed what he came here to save us from. They were looking for someone to come and save them from the Romans who had been oppress…

December School News

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School Christmas Service The students are preparing for their Christmas service this year entitled “Saints and Angel Hosts Rejoice”. We focus on how the good news was shared with many different people. We also revisit how it was foretold that Jesus would come to save us from our sins. We look forward to seeing you all on December 19th at 6pm in the gym for our service. 
Preschool Christmas Service The preschoolers will also be having their Christmas service on December 13th at 6pm in the church. The theme of their service will be “Acrostic Christmas”. The students will be singing various songs about the love of their Savior and how he was born on Christmas Day. Feel free to come and hear as the preschoolers tell us all about our Savior’s birth.
Parent Teachers Conference Conferences with parents went well. Many of the parents came and heard about how their children were doing and how we can partner to keep their children learning to their fullest potential. Conferences were held the w…

Jubilate December Singing Dates

Dear Families of Jubilate Members,

Here is the information for our December Singing Dates:
Wednesday December 5th we will sing “The Manger Holds the Lamb” at the 4:00p.m. Advent service.

Saturday December 8th we will sing “African Noel” and “The Manger Holds the Lamb” at the 5:00p.m. Salem Music Service.

Wednesday December 19th we will sing “African Noel” at the K-8 Christmas Service. The Ladies of the choir will also sing “The Song of Mary”.

Lord’s Blessings to you and your families as you prepare for the birth of our Savior.

Ms. Gosch
651-764-3041

December Advent Supper Schedule

TAKE A NIGHT OFF FROM MAKING SUPPER Join us for church @ 4:00 or 7:00 pm supper & fellowship

December 5 SALEM'S YOUTH GROUP will serve a soup, salad, bread & dessert 100% of proceeds will be used to buy gifts for families in need this Christmas season
December 12 SALEM'S CARING COMMITTEE will serve Sloppy Joes, coleslaw & dessert The Caring Committee supports many programs at Salem
December 19 SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM @ 6:00 No meal will be served.

A free will offer will be accepted.

If you’d like to donate a crockpot of soup for Dec 5’s meal
please contact Jodi 651.208.5217 or Shelley 651.491.5508

No School Nov. 21-23

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THANKSGIVING BLESSINGS TO OUR SALEM FAMILY!

Please join us for Thanksgiving worship at one of these services:

Wednesday, Nov. 21  7:00 PM
Thursday, Nov. 22   10:00 AM

Regular Worship Times:
Saturdays 5:00 PM
Sundays 8:00 & 10:30 AM
     Education Hour 9:30-10:30 AM

Basketball News

Our A-boy's team had a great game against Trinity, Belle Plaine last Friday night with a score of 46-8!

Our next game will not be until Monday, December 3rd. It will be a home game against St. Mark's Eau Claire. Only the boy's A team will be playing at 6:30.

We have another game on Tuesday, December 4th. This game will be at Salem, but Christ will be hosting it, so we will not need any Salem volunteers! The girls will play at 6:30 and the boys will play at 7:30.

We also have a game on Friday, December 7th at Salem, Greenfield. Girls will play at 6:30 and boys at 7:30. The address for the school is
9615 Pioneer Tr. Loretto, MN 55357

Here is the link to volunteer at home games for the remainder of the season! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1YdrVGSjimxkFnmRcrCQDlJU0rS9sWaIjBk28nqcC3DM/edit?usp=sharing

Thank you for all your help to make this a successful basketball season!

Saints Win Second Straight Home Game

With Thanksgiving break right around the corner, the second regular season game brought the Salem Saints a cornucopia of riches. In our second straight home game, we hosted Trinity Lutheran who made the journey from Belle Plaine, Minnesota.

Our Saints exploded out of the gates and never looked back. In the early stages, our defensive aggressiveness propelled us to a big early lead. The top of our 2-3 zone defense, led by eighth graders John (22 points) and Reese (4 points), displayed great anticipation on defense by stealing numerous passes, which led to a countless number of fast break opportunities for our Saints. When Trinity was able to set up their zone defense, I thought our zone offense executed well in the half court with good ball movement. Eighth grader Griffin (10 points) did an excellent job of driving the baseline of Trinity’s zone and opening up passing lanes for easy baskets.

Our 27-6 halftime advantage on the scoreboard enabled us get everyone an ample amount of playin…

Second Round of MLC Meet Math Competition Complete

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Our students in grades 5-8 recently finished the second round of the Martin Luther College Meet Math competition. You can see our school and individual student results and rankings by visiting https://meetmath.mlc-wels.edu/results/view. Our Salem fifth and sixth-grade students are in the B-6 category, and our seventh and eighth-grade students are in the A-5 category. Categories are determined by school size.

Other test dates this school year are the weeks of January 14 and February 25.

Meet Math is a service club at Martin Luther College that provides mathematics contests for students in grades 5-12 who are enrolled in WELS or ELS schools. This club also maintains school and individual statistics that are the basis for various awards presented at the end of the school year. For more information about Meet Math, visit https://meetmath.mlc-wels.edu/about.


Butter Braids for Sale!

The 8th-grade class is planning to travel to the Boundary Water Canoe Area at the end of the school year for their class trip. They will be organizing several fundraisers to help them reach this goal.

An order form will be available on the church entry information table, in each preschool classroom, in the school office, or feel free to contact any 8th grader to place your order. Checks should be made out to Salem Lutheran School. Order today so you can stock up on this yummy treat to serve over the Christmas holiday and throughout the new year (they come frozen and must be baked)!

Last day to order: Monday, November 26

Delivery Date:Monday, December 10

Our 8th Graders thank you for your support!

Reese Collins
Sophia Enter
Zander Gosch
David Greene
Griffin Paulsen
John Thompson

1st Quarter Honor Roll

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Here are some of our 8th grade Honor Roll students. Eleven out of eighteen possible students made Honor Roll this quarter!

We want to congratulate these 6th - 8th-grade students who achieved Honor Roll for the 1st quarter of our school year:

Abe
Serenna
Isaac
Ethan
Lars
Elijah
Griffin
David
John
Sophia
Reese

Basketball News

The Salem Saints had a great first game last Friday night against King of Grace! Both teams worked and fought hard. The Girl's B team lost 11-31 and the Boy's A team won 31-23. Both teams were a lot of fun to watch. They learned and grew from these games and are ready for the rest of their season!
Next week we will have another home game on Friday, but only the Boy's A team will be playing. They play Belle Plaine at 6:30pm at Salem. We are set for volunteers for this week, which is awesome! We still need families to sign up for other volunteer spots throughout the season. Here is the link-https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1YdrVGSjimxkFnmRcrCQDlJU0rS9sWaIjBk28nqcC3DM/edit?usp=sharing
As the basketball season progresses, the schedule is sure to change as schools have date conflicts/team changes/etc. Please pay close attention to the sports calendar each week! I will get information out as best as I can when I receive all of the information, but there are so many small …

Salem Parent Teacher Organization Meeting - Nov 15th

The Salem Parent Teacher Organization will have their November meeting this Thursday (15th) at 6:30 pm.  All parents, guardians, and teachers of Salem are invited to join us in the lunch room!

Salem Comes Out Victorious in Fast-Paced Home Opener

On Friday night, our Salem A team opened up the 2018-2019 basketball season at home against the King of Grace Knights. After three long weeks of hard practices, our players were extremely excited for Friday night lights in front of the home crowd!


Right off the opening tip-off, it was quite evident that the always well-coached Knights from Golden Valley were prepared for a twenty-six minute battle, as they used their size advantage to crash the offensive glass to jump out to a quick 6-0 lead in the first couple minutes. However, after the first five minutes, our Saints adjusted to the speed of the game and seized control. In the latter stages of the first half, our players went on an impressive scoring run that was fueled by a mix of great outside shooting and excellent execution of fast break opportunities on the offensive end. The other key that led to our 18-12 halftime lead was an impressive team effort from our zone defense, which stymied the Knight into long possessions ending wi…

Hotel Info for Feb 15-17 "New Ulm" Basketball tournament

While the basketball season is just beginning, plans are being made for the final A team tournament February 15 - 17, 2019 in New Ulm.  This year the team and any fans who would like to join the team will be staying at:

River Hills Hotel
1000 Raintree Rd
Mankato, MN
507-388-8688

There are two room options (FYI - this is an all-suite hotel and all rooms have a kitchenette).
1) Two Bedroom Suite - has two bedrooms plus a sleeper sofa in the living room, so accommodates up to 5 people. $118/night plus taxes (~$10-15/night). 

2) Two Queen Suite - has one bedroom plus a queen bed open to kitchen, no living room, and accommodates 4 people.  $98/night plus taxes (~$10-15/night). 

To make reservations, simply call the hotel at the number above and request a room from the Salem Stillwater group.  Our rooms are only being held until Jan 15th, so call now to reserve!

Parent/Teacher Meetings this Week - No School Friday, Nov. 9

Don't forget to attend Parent/Teacher Conferences on Wednesday, Nov. 7 from 4-7 pm, Thursday, Nov. 8 from 4-7 pm and Friday, Nov. 9 from 8-9 am. Preschool - 4th grade should have already set up a time with their teacher. 5th - 8th grade parents may come any time during that time period to the school lunchroom to discuss their child's progress.

NO SCHOOL Friday, Nov. 9

Friday Night Basketball - Come cheer on our Girls B-Team, 6:30 pm and Boys A-Team, 7:30 pm as we play our first home games against King of Grace Lutheran!


8th Grade Class Selling Butter Braids

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The 8th-grade class is planning to travel to the Boundary Water Canoe Area at the end of the school year for their class trip. They will be organizing several fundraisers to help them reach this goal. Thursday will be the first day you can order Butter Braids to help them!

An order form will be available on the church entry information table, in each preschool classroom, in the school office, or feel free to contact any 8th grader to place your order. Checks should be made out to Salem Lutheran School. Order today so you can stock up on this yummy treat to serve over the Christmas holiday and throughout the new year (they come frozen and must be baked)!

Last day to order: Monday, November 26

Delivery Date:Monday, December 10

Our 8th Graders thank you for your support!

Reese Collins
Sophia Enter
Zander Gosch
David Greene
Griffin Paulsen
John Thompson


St Croix Lutheran Academy News

Veterans Day Tribute at St. Croix Lutheran, Thu, Nov 8. Free and open to the public. Register online at www.StCroixLutheran.org/Veterans or call (651) 455-1521.

Festival of Seasons Boutique craft and bake sale at St. Croix Lutheran, Sat, Nov 10, 9:00a-3:00p in the commons and gym. About 75 vendors of hand-made or specialty items, bake sale, soup/sandwich concessions, and live music! Find out more at www.StCroixLutheran.org/fos or call (651) 455-1521.

First Home Game This Friday and Other Reminders

We will be having our first home basketball game of the season this Friday against King of Grace! The games are at 6:30 (girl's B team) and 7:30 (boy's A team). We need parent volunteers to sign up to help out for our home games. Here is the link--please sign up for 3 or 4 slots. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1YdrVGSjimxkFnmRcrCQDlJU0rS9sWaIjBk28nqcC3DM/edit?usp=sharing

Although we thought there would be a cheerleading team this year, there was lack of interest and no one to be our cheerleading coach, so there will not be cheerleading this year. 

A reminder that the winter sports fee is $75.00. We need the winter sports fee in order to support our budget, pay our refs, and get food for concessions. So please get the payment to Mrs. Klatt this week. Thank you!


Go Saints!


Power Up Candy Trade-In

Too much candy left? Here is some help!

Message from Power Up

Reminder!

NO BUS SERVICE on Friday,  November 2.

Please make arrangements for drop-off and pick-up tomorrow. Busing will resume on Monday.

Reformation Celebration a Huge Success

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The entire school had fun yesterday learning about Martin Luther while doing various Reformation activities. The students frosted cookies with the Luther Seal on them. They learned what all of the different parts of the seal mean. They built a Wartburg Castle and learned how Martin Luther hid there from those who wanted him dead. They also got the opportunity to "find" Martin Luther who was hidden in the classroom and were challenged to make the Luther Seal out of legos. The students went from classroom to classroom with a mixture of grades Preschool - 8th grade. The cooperation across grade levels and the great interaction among the students were awesome to experience! We are hoping to have other activities throughout the year where the students get to interact and be in those groups again.


Report Cards

Report cards will be sent home tomorrow!

No Bus Friday, Nov. 2

Busing will not be available in the AM or PM this Friday.  Please make other arrangements for transportation for your child. Busing will resume on Monday.

Thank you!

November School News

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MAP Testing Salem went through its seasonal MAP testing at the beginning of October. The students were tested on Math, Reading, and Language. The testing is a way for teachers to see where the students are at and how we can better assist them with their learning.

Teacher’s Conference The faculty of Salem attended the Minnesota State Teacher’s Conference in October and were able to see many different sectionals about teaching. We had time to reconnect with classmates and other teachers from the area as well as learn best practices for helping our students learn to their fullest potential.

Reformation Learning is Fun The entire school had fun on Oct. 31 learning about Martin Luther while doing various Reformation activities. The students frosted cookies with the Luther Seal on them. They learned what all of the different parts of the seal mean. They built a Wartburg Castle and learned how Martin Luther hid there from those who wanted him dead. They also got the opportunity to "fin…

November Lunch Menu

Here is the lunch menu for the month of November.

November Lunch Menu

Salem Lutheran Youth Events Coming Soon!

Salem Youth Group is available to any youth 7th grade or older. Here is the schedule of upcoming events. Please RSVP to these events by clicking the provided links so we know how many teens to expect for our events, this will help our leaders prepare appropriately.

Please subscribe to our digital calendar for notifications of upcoming events, you can set this up to send you personal alerts so you will not miss out on all the fun. Click here to view & subscribe to the calendar.

As always, join us for Bible study on Sunday mornings from 9:15-10:15 AM

Wednesday, Oct. 31st   Reverse Trick or TreatingRSVP Here
Dress up in your favorite Salem gear /blue and green. Have fun with the Youth Group while collecting non-perishable food items for our local food pantry, and spreading the word about Salem Lutheran Church and School. ( I'm pretty sure there will be candy involved!)


Saturday,  Nov. 3rd   Highway Clean Up with Christ North St PaulRSVP Here
Meet & Fleet Farm gas station 9am.Pl…

Jubilate Choir

Jubilate Choir sings in church this Sunday, October 28th, at the 10:30 service.  Please dress nicely and we will meet in the entryway of church and walk in from the back since you are singing right at the beginning of the service.  Look forward to hearing you praise your Savior.  Please inform Ms. Gosch if you will not be able to attend.

First Quarter K-8 Parent-Teacher Conferences—Nov 7-9

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We're scheduling conferences to be held on Wednesday, November 7 from 4-7 PM,  Thursday, November 8 from 4-7 PM, and Friday, November 9 from 8-9 AM.

Parent-teacher conferences offer an opportunity for parents/caregivers and teachers to speak with each other about issues affecting their children, like student achievement, work habits, and progress. Parents/caregivers can help make this a productive time by bringing questions, concerns, or suggestions to the meeting. We recommend that both parents/caregivers attend the conference if possible.

Our first quarter ends on Friday, October 26. Report cards for all students will be sent home on Wednesday, October 31.

Each of these conferences will be 15 minutes in length. Should more time be needed, please make other arrangements with the teacher. Conferences for students in kindergarten through fourth grade will be conducted in your child's homeroom. Click the SIGN UP! button below to schedule your K-4 conference.


Middle School Confere…

Picture Retake Day is Thursday, Oct. 25!

If you would like to retake your child's photo or missed Picture Day in September you can try again this Thursday. Return the photo package you are not happy with and Inter-state will retake pictures and give you a new package. Students who were not in attendance on picture day should also let their teacher know they need to be included in retakes. Order forms are available in the school office or orders can be made online below.

Preschool families that would like a picture taken can arrive between 8:30 - 11:00 am if their child does not normally attend on Thursdays. Pictures will be taken in the church entrance.

If you did not place an order and would like to, you may do so atInter-State Order Siteand use the order code: 30176WA

Inter-state's phone # is651-204-9921

First Quarter K-8 Parent-Teacher Conferences

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We're scheduling conferences to be held on Wednesday, November 7,  Thursday, November 8, and Friday, November 9 for all students. Parent-teacher conferences offer an opportunity for parents/caregivers and teachers to speak with each other about issues affecting their children, like student achievement, work habits, and progress. Parents/caregivers can help make this a productive time by bringing questions, concerns, or suggestions to the meeting. We recommend that both parents/caregivers attend the conference if possible.

Our first quarter ends on Friday, October 26. Report cards for all students will be sent home on Wednesday, October 31.

Each of these conferences will be 15 minutes in length. Should more time be needed, please make other arrangements with the teacher. Conferences for students in kindergarten through fourth grade will be conducted in your child's homeroom. Click the SIGN UP! button below to schedule your K-4 conference.


Middle School Conference Notes: We stron…

Gentle Shepherd Lutheran School—India

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Gentle Shepherd Lutheran School now has a covering over their open area. All the children can fit underneath it. This covering is like garden netting which lets the air in, but protects the children and teachers from the hot sun and bugs falling from the trees. The area will give them a better option for having classes outside instead of in the hot cement walled rooms. The temperatures are still in the 90's F, so the area will be well used.

Through the end of October, we are gathering gifts to help support Gentle Shepherd school. Our gifts help to make their education possible. If you would like to support this effort, please pick up one of the envelopes in the church entrance or in the school office. Thank you!

Basketball Volunteer Sign-Up

Basketball Parents,
We need your help to make our home basketball games run smoothly. Here is a link to a google spreadsheet with different opportunities to volunteer. We need everyone to sign up for 3 or 4 spots. Thank you for your time and dedication to our school! We appreciate you! :)
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1YdrVGSjimxkFnmRcrCQDlJU0rS9sWaIjBk28nqcC3DM/edit?usp=sharing

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Klatt

Salem Parent Teacher Organization Meeting - Thurs 10/25 6:30 pm

The October Salem Parent Teacher Organization (SPTO) meeting is this Thursday, October 25th at 6:30 pm.  All parents, guardians, and staff of Salem are invited and encouraged to attend our monthly meetings.  The SPTO plans various events and activities for the families and staff of the school.  It's also a great time to meet other parents and staff.  Plan to join us!

Cross Country Meet Results

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On a chilly but sunny Wednesday afternoon, four Salem students took on the challenge of a cross country meet in Crystal, MN.  After surveying the new course with Coach Ross, the runners mingled with their enthusiastic fans.  Issac, our only 6th-grade participant, was the first of the group to race and finished his 1 mile run in better time than last year! He had a very solid race and Coach hopes he continues to run and improve his time for the next few years at Salem.

Salem's next runner, the first of the 8th graders, was Sophia. After a two year hiatus, Sophia returned to run the 1.5 mile course.  Although she was nervous, Sophia had an excellent time, especially compared to her 5th-grade time. As a bonus, she ran a faster time than her older sister did a few years ago!  The cheering from her older sister and mom must have helped her push to the end.

The final race of the day was for the 8th-grade boys, of which Griffin & Reese were competing for Salem.  Griffin was consisten…

Basketball Practices Start Next Week

Basketball season is here! Practices start next week with the girls practicing on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:45-5:15pm and the boys practicing on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45-6:00pm. The basketball calendar is below. Please look for emails/notes home/blog posts/the sports calendar for updates and changes. The athletic fee for winter sports is $75.00. Please give your payment to Mrs. Klatt next week. If this is the first sport your child has participated in so far this year, please also have your athlete sign a copy of the athletic agreement, which is available from the school office.

There will also be a google basketball sign-up coming out soon for helping out during games. Thank you for your help! :)

Basketball Calendar 2018-2019

11/09HomeKing of Grace (B girls-6:30, A boys-7:30)
11/16HomeBelle Plain (A boys-6:30)
11/30AwayHoly Trinity/BL2 (B girls-6:30, A boys-7:30)