Sabre Scene

December 21, 2020

Principal's Message

Dear Sabre Families,

On behalf of the Salisbury staff, we would like to wish you a safe and happy holiday season.

While there have been many challenges during this past calendar year, there are many things we look forward to in 2021!

Collectively, we are so looking forward to seeing our students back in school in the new year. Our students have been an inspiration for all that they have gone through and have, in many ways, set the tone in terms of what is to come post pandemic. Resilience, respect, responsibility, and compassion are but a few key words that have resonated when we see what our students are doing on a daily basis.

With vaccinations having already started and more on the horizon, there will be a day that we are back to what we have become accustomed to as a school community and society. I know our Sabre families are doing all they can do in following public health orders so we can see our number of cases in the Province and community drastically decline.

When we do return on January 6, we are close to the end of quarter 2. The January Exam schedule is below is posted below.

While the method of instructional delivery is currently online for all of our students and the plan set forth by the Provincial government is a return to class on January 11, which we are all hoping for, do know and rest assured that the SAL staff are ready for whichever scenario we need to pivot to.

In closing, take care and continue to let us know if you have any questions, concerns or feedback.

Sunny Sandhu


Salisbury Composite High School

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Salisbury Guidance Team

The Salisbury Guidance Team is looking forward to staying connected with all of our Sabres. Mr. Cooper, Ms. Footz & Mr. Frimpong are available to meet virtually, to have a conversation over the phone, or to respond to your emails – whatever your preference. Please call Mrs. Sherry Feledichuk in the Guidance office (780-449-5877) to schedule an appointment or email your grade-level School Counsellor directly.

Mr. Jeremy Cooper (grade 12)

Ms. Adriana Footz (grade 11)

Mr. Kofi Frimpong (grade 10)

Success Team Resource of the Week

Togetherall is a new virtual mental health resource from Alberta Health Services. Togetherall

is a clinically moderated, online peer-to-peer mental health community that empowers

individuals to anonymously seek and provide support 24/7. Togetherall is free to all Albertans aged 16+, register using your Alberta postal code.

Togetherall offers:

A safe and vibrant online community where individuals remain anonymous to each other and can draw strength and insights from others that have real lived experiences.

Resources that are easily accessible and active 24/7/365, no formal referral needed.

Peace of mind knowing the community is clinically moderated by registered mental health practitioners who ensure individuals are kept safe and feel supported.

Access to additional self-assessments, recommended resources and self-guided courses to help foster positive mental health and wellbeing.

Creative tools to help members express and track how they are feeling in a way that feels comfortable to them.