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Math Honor Society Celebrates Pi Day

Pi Day at North Salem MS/HS was another successful FUNdraiser this year!

The annual festivities were held on March 14 in honor of the first three digits of Pi – 3.14. A pie contest was featured in which 12 pies were entered, with two students, Charlie Reiner and Claire Bonzoni, emerging as the winners. More than 50 slices were sold at $2 each, with the proceeds to be donated to a worthy cause determined by the members of the Math Honor Society. In addition, Hannah Waldinger won the jelly bean guessing contest.

The Math Honor Society members wish to thank all who were able to participate in the festivities and are already looking forward to celebrating Pi Day in 2019.


‘Lucky Stiff’ Livens Up the MSHS

From spending a quiet Friday night taking inventory of his shoe stock to a series of exciting adventures in Monte Carlo, salesman Harry Witherspoon is at the center of The Golden Stage Society of North Salem Middle/High School’s latest production, “Lucky Stiff.”

The musical, based on Michael Butterworth’s “The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo,” features book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens and music by Stephen Flaherty. “Lucky Stiff” will be presented in the North Salem MSHS auditorium on Friday, March 16 and Saturday, March 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 18 at 2 p.m.

Buy tickets for $10 in advance online here. Tickets are $15 at the door.


A Sweet, Heart-Healthy Treat

Valentine’s Day on Feb. 14 was especially sweet for sixth- and seventh-grade students during their Family and Consumer Sciences class.

Teacher Colleen Fodor led students in a heart-healthy whole wheat pancakes cooking lab for the occasion.

“The students had fun putting their culinary skills to the test, and [they] were very creative in decorating their pancakes with delicious fruit toppings,” Fodor said.


Art Against Abuse Exhibit Opens March 9

North Salem Middle/High School’s annual Art Against Abuse exhibition, a moving visual and literal expression by students on what constitutes a healthy versus an unhealthy relationship, will be on display at the Hammond Museum beginning on Friday, March 9 (rescheduled from March 2).

Students in grades nine through 12 will demonstrate their knowledge and creative concepts through artwork, while sixth-graders will contribute by sharing their poetry about friendship. 

Approximately 100 students will display their work at the Hammond Museum during Art Against Abuse, a collaborative effort between the school, museum and the Elizabeth G. Butler Angel Foundation.

The March 9 reception will include complimentary refreshments and run from 7 to 9 p.m.


Robotics Team


Meteorologists in Training

Eighth-grade students in Melissa Valenti’s earth science class are working in the library media center this winter to both inform and entertain the student body about the capricious winter weather. 

Each week, different students use their new knowledge of Weather Synoptics, computer models and forecasting to become local weather reporters for the MSHS’s weekly video production, “TGI Tiger News.” 

In addition, students, faculty and staff will have the opportunity to have some fun for a good cause. With a donation of nonperishable food to be delivered to a local food bank, contestants can select a day in hopes of a delay, early dismissal or snow day. Winners will receive tasty treats!

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Today is: Day 6 
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