Sabre Scene

September 21, 2020

Principal's Message

Dear Sabre families,


As communicated out on Saturday to Salisbury families, members of our school and community are shocked and deeply saddened over the tragic loss of one of our students from a motor vehicle accident.


Counsellors and administration will be available to assist students and staff in dealing with their grief, as needed, in the days to come. As a community, it is important to support one another and look out for those that may be struggling.


This week will be our first School Council meeting on Thursday, September 24 at 7:00 p.m. Due to AHS guidelines, we will be holding this meeting virtually - should you wish to attend, please CLICK HERE. The link will also be available on our website.


Also, Parent Teacher Interviews will be held on September 28 from 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. Again, due to Alberta Health Services Guidelines, meeting with your child’s teacher will be done virtually or over the phone at the discretion of the teacher with the time allotted. Bookings will be open from Tuesday, September 22 to September 24, 2020. CLICK HERE to enter site. Booking code is 7arjh.


Also, to highlight for the upcoming week, the Sal Cafeteria food service delivery will open. We will have a selection of food, all packaged in accordance with AHS guidelines offered at affordable prices for students. As a note, we can only accept debit/credit at this point. Here is the menu and pricing for our phase one of opening.


Soup: $3 each

Monday : Creamy Tomato with Crackers or Fresh Bread

Tuesday : Classic Chicken Noodle with Crackers or Fresh Bread

Wednesday : Wonton- Shrimp & Pork wonton with Vegetables

Thursday : Cream of Broccoli & Cheddar with Crackers or Fresh Bread

Friday : Thai Chicken with Vermicelli noodle


Re Fuel :

*Mains Made fresh and available everyday

$4.00 Sal's 6" Sub: Capicolla, Genoa Salami, Ham and mortadella, provolone, lettuce, tomato, red onion, pickled hot peppers, Italian dressing, mayo and mustard.

$3.50 Spicy Crispy Chicken Wrap - Crispy chicken fingers, Bacon, Sriracha Mayo, baby greens.

$4.00 Greek Vegetable Wrap – Hummus, tzatziki, peppers, lettuce, cucumber, tomato, feta.

$4.00 Donair - House made donair & sauce, lettuce, tomato, onion, hot peppers.


Grab n Go

* Breakfast sandwiches available in the cafeteria only 8:00 - 8:30 a.m.

$3.50 Red Pepper Hummus Snack Pack Flatbread, Vegetables & Cheese

$2.50 Cinnamon Bun

$3.00 Bacon and Egger on English Muffin

$3.00 Cheese and Egger on English Muffin

$2.00 Large Chocolate Chip Cookie


Take care everyone - let us know if you have any questions or concerns.


Sunny Sandhu

Principal

Salisbury Composite High School

Orange Shirt Day

This year, Orange Shirt Day is on Wednesday September 30. We show our support by wearing orange. If your child does not have orange to wear, that’s ok! Students will be provided with an “Every Child Matters” sticker day of.


Some of you may not know many details about Orange Shirt Day. Please see the following to learn more about the day and why we wear orange: https://www.orangeshirtday.org/

This year, we at Salisbury want to give back by supporting “Shannen’s Dream”. Students will be invited to make a "pencil gram" Thursday and Friday at lunch this week to show their fellow Sabres "why you matter"; for each pencil gram that is made, we will donate $0.25 to Shannen's Dream. As we are currently not able to accept cash donations, we will be donating on behalf of the students and staff.


If you would like to show your support that “School is a time for dreams, every kid deserves this” – Shannen Koostachin, please see the following link for more information and to donate online: https://fncaringsociety.com/shannens-dream


If you have other questions, please feel free to reach out to our First Nations Métis Inuit teacher lead, Jenna Willman by emailing her at jenna.willman@eips.ca

Success Team Resource of the Week

Exciting times for grade 12 students! Post-secondary applications open October 1. The Edmonton area is home to many reputable post-secondary institutions with an abundance of programs. These schools are providing virtual advising and open houses that students can access in the weeks & months ahead. Links to all the local institutions are accessible through our Salisbury website. Students can also drop by Guidance to pick up post-secondary “viewbooks” or to schedule an appointment to discuss their future aspirations.

https://www.salcomp.ca/guidance/post-secondary