2017-2018 Jonas E. Salk News
Seventh-graders Jonas E. Salk Middle School recently learned about Flag Etiquette from members of the Nassau County United Veterans Association.
Jonas E. Salk Recreation Club hosted it fourth annual, Turkey Bowl on Monday, November 6, 2017 under the supervision of Mr. Agovino and Mrs. Tuccillo.
The Salk Connections Club hosted their 4th annual Faculty/Student game day on Nov. 6.
On October 12th and 13th Salk's 7th Grade Science Classes went on their yearly excursion to the Sunken Forest, Fire Island.
In honor of Character Education Month, Jonas E. Salk Middle School's junior leaders in the school's Respect and Responsibility, Integrity, Safety, Staying Healthy and Empathy Program participated in a video conference program with HEC-TV on Oct. 5, which focused on the importance of kindness. In 2016, Salk Middle School was named a National School of Character for showcasing strong character development.
English classes at Salk recently participated in a Mystery Box activity centered around the summer reading novel, Pay It Forward. Mrs. Anderson, Salk librarian, created seven mysteries for the students to solve related to the content of the book.
Parents and faculty welcomed Salk Middle School students with great pride as they entered the gymnasium for the annual moving up ceremony. After class officer Julie Magliano led the salute to the flag, the eighth-grade chorus, under the baton of Lisa Levenberg, sang the national anthem.