8 - September 10, 2010 Salem Community Patriot
by Robyn Hatch The Salem Republican Town Committee held its annual Labor Day Picnic at the Derry-Salem Elks, Route .
The turnout started very small, but as the candidates arrived, the enthusiasm got louder and more energetic. It was very clear that the committee believes a change is desired and needed in the government and the Republicans are doing their best to get it. From a new governor to new Congress and Senate members, all are being rounded up to bring change. It will now be up to the voters to get off their couch and vote. A change can be made, but it has to take some effort, not just the constant grumbling that seems to be going on. After having the chance to meet most of the Republican candidates, now there is no excuse. Get out and vote on Tuesday, September 14!
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5-7 Delaware Dr, Unit 2, Salem, NH 603-458-5524 To Salem & Windham Voters
IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN Please Re-Elect
Mary Griffin, Chris Sununu, and Anne Priestly School News I will do my best if re-elected to:
•Reduce Spending •Stop using increases in fees to get around No New Tax Pledge
• Stop the Bonding of General Obligations,
We shouldn’t leave this burden for future generations THANK YOU for your past support
submitted by Barron School Happy New School Year! Students have had an excellent start to the new school year at Barron School! The children in grade five are very nice people and have been great citizens these first days of school. They are beginning to learn the routines of fifth grade and they are quick studies. Practicing and writing scientific observations will take place as students watch their bean plants sprout and grow. Hopefully, they’ll have a “crop” of beans to munch on as the fall progresses. Students will begin social studies by reviewing mapping skills. After that, they will learn about the beginning of our U.S. history by studying Native Americans and the European explorers who came to North America. In Everyday Mathematics, the students will explore number theory in the first unit by learning about arrays, factors, and divisibility rules, amongst other skills. Ask your child to tell you about and find arrays around your house. If they can explain an array correctly to you, you’ll know they understand! Fifth graders will be using
the Reader’s Workshop model of reading. Primarily, children will be reading books of their own choice and conferring with their teachers about their books. Focus lessons pertaining to reading strategies and skills will be taught to the large group, while small groups will be held to work on specific skills. We hope all students will become avid readers this final year of elementary school. You will also see students in fifth grade writing, writing, writing! Students will continue to use the 6 Traits of Writing to improve their stories, reports, and poetry. Stories will be worked on over time and shared during class. Writing stories is a favorite pastime of students in fifth grade; much excitement is generated from listening to each other’s stories. The Barron Staff looks forward to a wonderful school year with
your children this year! Don’t hesitate to call or e-mail your child’s teacher if you have questions about school. Have a great fall! Calendar of Events (www.sau57.org/barron
• September 14, NH Primary Election – School is in session • September 15, Open House, 6-7:30 p.m. • September 22, PTA meeting, 7 p.m. • September 23, Grandparents Day, 9-11:15 a.m. (PM Kindergarten 12:45-1:10 p.m.)
• September 24, Good Health Day • September 30, Picture Day
Salem Schools LunchMenus
Monday - Chicken tenders with dipping sauce, Whipped potato, Green Beans, Carrots, Whole wheat dinner roll, Chilled pears. Tuesday - Grilled cheese on wheat bread or Chicken fajita wrap, Potato smiles, Corn nibblets, Baby peas, Chilled mixed fruit. Wednesday - Homemade macaroni and cheese or Ravioli with marinara sauce, Green beans, Carrots, Whole wheat breadstick, Chilled fruit cup. Thursday - French toast with syrup and grilled ham sticks or Ham and cheese sandwich on wheat bread, Apple juice, Oven baked potato wedges, Chilled pineapple. Friday - MAX stuffed crust pizza, Side salad/dressing, Cherry juice, Chilled apricots.
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*Lunch alternative: 4 oz. Trix yogurt with a cheese stick.
**All lunches served with Fresh fruit and Assorted milk.
September 13-17, 2010 Woodbury School
Monday - Main: Chicken wingdings, Whipped potato, Seasoned corn, Chilled apricots. Deli: Ham and cheese sandwich. Pasta: Ravioli. Tuesday - Main: Crispy chicken sandwich, Veggies/dip, Chilled peaches. Deli: Turkey BLT. Pasta: American chop suey. Wednesday - Main: Taco bar with all the fixings, Chilled pineapple. Deli: Bacon burger. Pasta: Mac and cheese. Thursday - Main: Grilled cheese, Veggies/dip, Chilled peaches. Deli: Chicken patty. Pasta: Rotini/butter and mozzarella cheese. Friday - Main: Chickenfinger sub, Salad/dressing, Pudding. Deli: Rib-A-Q. Pasta: Chicken Parmesan.
Salem High School
Monday - Spicy chicken sandwich, Spicy fries, Veggie sticks/dip, Mixed fruit cup. Tuesday - Taco bar with all the fixings, Pineapple tidbits. Wednesday - Chickentender sub, Cole slaw, Cross-trax fries, Chilled peaches. Thursday - Oven baked chicken, Spicy fries, Cole slaw, Chilled pears. Friday - Chicken fritters/ dipping sauce, Whole grain rice, Seasoned vegetables, Dinner roll, Chilled peaches.
Arrival of Kelly Ayotte Anne Priestly and Cathy Stacey
State Rep. Bob Elliott, Gary Azarian, State Rep. Russ Ingram, State Rep. David Bates, and State Rep. Margaret Crisler
Republican Town Committee Holds Annual Labor Day Picnic
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