West Salisbury Elementary
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As we draw nearer to the close of the summer break, we want to encourage our students to continue with the "Kids Read Now" summer reading challenge. West Salisbury students continue to become better readers by participating in the "Kids Read Now" program. So keep up the amazing work and continue to become better readers.Please read the flyer below and complete the challenge by September 1, 2022. Students that report all 8 books that they were able to read, will be receiving incentives during the fall.So keep reading Tigers. All my reading tigers let me hear you ROAR!!!!
Please see the September Breakfast and Lunch Calendar!
The next monthly meeting of the Wicomico County Board of Education is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9 in the Board of Education Auditorium at 101 Long Ave., Salisbury.
For the Aug. 9 Board meeting, the Board will convene at 1 p.m. and immediately vote to go into closed session. The open portion of the meeting will begin at about 1:30 p.m. Masks are optional. The agenda for this meeting will be available by the Friday before the meeting on BoardDocs: https://go.boarddocs.com/mabe/wcboe/Board.nsf/Public
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Title I Introduction
The Wicomico County Board of Education recognizes that Parents are their children’s first teachers and that parents function as educators throughout their child’s lives. More than thirty years of research show that student academic success and high self-esteem are closely related to parent involvement in education from pre-kindergarten through high school. West Salisbury Elementary School also believes that the education of our children is a shared responsibility. Involvement by the school, the family and the community creates a stronger educational system and improves the quality of life for the students, their families and the entire community of Wicomico County. The school system as well as individual schools make the commitment to establish programs and practices that create a climate of mutual trust and respect and that support substantive parent involvement.