Grade 10 Information Evening
2015 - 2016 Course Handbook
Salisbury Composite High School is proud to offer you a wide range of courses for the coming school year. We encourage you to take time to study our Course Selection Guide to discover your options. Please click the link below to see our course handbook.
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The Salisbury Network
2014 - 2015 Yearbook
Musical Theater 25 & 35 Presents:
Drama 20/30 Presents:
New Sabre Wear
New Sabre Wear available in the General Office. Price list, order form and picture gallery available here.
Salisbury Composite High School Redesign
Students can use How a Student Registers for Flex Block to help them sign up for their Flex Session.
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EIPS Newsletter Articles
Spring Ice is Rotten Ice!
How can you tell if ice is safe in spring? You can’t! Spring is a particularly dangerous time to go out on ice. At this time of year it is difficult to tell if the ice will support your weight.
Ice that looks solid can suddenly become unstable!
The way ice forms affects the way it melts in spring. Minerals in the water become concentrated in vertical veins throughout the ice as it freezes. Warm temperatures cause these veins to melt more quickly and weaken the ice, a process known as candling. The only way to protect yourself and your family is to stay off the ice.
Remind your family to be safe--stay OFF the ice.
For more information on ice safety, go to Lifesaving Society website: www.lifesaving.ca
Parent/Student Info: EIPS Emergency Preparedness Procedures
As a member of Elk Island Public Schools, Salisbury Composite is concerned for the safety and security of its students and staff. Please click on the following link to view information on the School Division's Emergency Preparedness program.
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Connect to Respect Newsletter
March 2015 Newsletter Article
Connect to Respect
Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) would like to thank all of our parents, students, and families for the role you play in ensuring our schools are safe and respectful working and learning environments. EIPS is proud to have a policy in place, Board Policy 19, Respectful Working and Learning Environments, that prohibits harassment and discrimination of any kind in our division. We all play a part in creating a safe, caring, and violence-free environment that fosters and maintains respectful and responsible behaviours.
One such example of this work in action is the recent Pink Shirt Day that took place in late February. We know a number of our schools were involved in Pink Shirt Day activities, and we thank you for being involved and taking a stand against bullying.
If you would like more information about the policies in place within EIPS, please review Policy 19, Respectful Working and Learning Environments on our division website at http://www.eips.ca/policies/535.