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Second marking period ends Jan. 20

Salisbury High School students, in addition to middle and elementary school students, returned to their buildings Jan. 3 to continue the 2022-2023 school year. SHS students resumed the second marking period.

The second marking period and first semester for all high school students ends Jan. 20. All grades in those classes are finalized the following week and students will start their second-semester classes (if individual schedules change).

Teachers are starting course recommendations in the following weeks for next year’s classes. Teachers will begin to meet with freshmen, sophomore and junior students about course options.

After teachers recommend classes to their students, course forms will open for all students and must be filled out by a certain date. More information will be provided in the coming weeks.

SHS’s debate team will hold its annual home debate for the 2022-2023 season Feb. 3. This is the third out of the four tournaments in the regular season. Students not involved in debate had the opportunity to sign up and help with the event. Debate coach Michael Barna obtained his 800 career win last year and hopes to gain even more this season and in the future seasons ahead.

SHS Key Club is beginning another fundraiser for the school year. Key Club members will be selling Wawa hoagie cards in the coming weeks. If interested in purchasing a Wawa hoagie card, contact adviser Barry Frick at bfrick@salisburysd.org or any current Key Club member.

Spring sports interest meetings and open gyms have started and are underway. Those interested in participating in a sport should attend future meetings.

The official start date for all spring sports is in mid-March. As these sports seasons approach, all necessary documents must be filled out and submitted to PlanetHS.