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Screenagers- Free viewing at SHS posted by Anne O'Connell
   
 

 Did you know that teens spend an average of 6.5 hours a day on social media, computer games and the internet?   Screenagers: Growing up in the Digital Age is a new movie exploring how this screen time is affecting young people and how some families are managing this technology in their lives. 

Parents, students and community members are invited see the film at Salem High School on May 2 at 6 pm.  Admission is free, but in order to plan for seating and refreshments, reservations are requested at this link.  Click the “Free” button to reserve your seats. 

https://impactflow.com/event/presented-by-salem-community-schools-2688  

 

 




New Discipline Procedures in SHS Student Handbook
posted by Derek Smith, Principal

Press release
August 6, 2009

 

Salem High School has two significant changes in the student handbook this fall. First, school officials will notify police when students are involved in a fight on school grounds before, during or after school. Police officers will come to the school and take the students to the police station to determine if criminal charges will be filed. Parents will be notified by school officials that their child was involved in a fight and will be asked to pick up their child at the police station.

The second change will occur if a student uses or is in possession of tobacco on school grounds. In accordance with Salem Community School Board Policy which creates a “tobacco free” school environment (see policy below) and Indiana Code (IC 35-46-1-10.5), which prohibits tobacco possession for anyone under the age of 18, school officials will notify police if a student is using or in possession of tobacco. In addition to established school discipline, the student may receive a citation from the police for illegal possession of tobacco.

 

 

The Board of School Trustees is dedicated to providing a healthy, comfortable, and productive environment for students and as such remains committed to reduce involuntary exposure to tobacco smoke among students and staff…It is the intent of the Board to create a “tobacco free” school environment. (Board Policy #2150, Adopted January 6, 2003)

 

 

 

Thank you,

Derek Smith

 


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