Welcome to Salem Church Middle School (SMS) and 2020-21 school year! Greetings and salutations on behalf of our entire, talented faculty. I couldn’t be more delighted to serve over 900 of the best and brightest students in Chesterfield, at a school steeped in rich history and a reputation for community pride. This year, we will continue building on all of the practices that bring our community such pride, while enhancing aspects of our instructional program in order to elevate us to the next level. At Salem, we have a penchant for seeing our students thrive both academically and socially. Therefore, we are going on a mission! It is our forever goal to ensure that each and every student becomes a compassionate, mindful, and productive citizen. Furthermore, we take our responsibility to inspire and educate as seriously as we do our obligation to nurture, even in a virtual learning environment. Despite our plans for a non-traditional start, here is to an amazing new school year!
All aboard! The holiday season is here and many families find themselves chugging along during these challenging times trying to find safe, festive activities to do. Look no further! Communities In Schools of Chesterfield (CIS) has just the ticket to jump start your holiday celebrations, the CIS EXPRESS! Thanks to the generosity of TowneBank and […]...Read Full Article
To best serve families while students are away from school in an all-virtual learning environment, Chesterfield County Public Schools’ Food and Nutrition Services has added offsite meals distribution locations and reopened many school locations for curbside pickup. Meals service begins Wednesday, Dec. 2. All Chesterfield County youth ages 18 and under, regardless of household […]...Read Full Article
Chesterfield County Public Schools will return to an all-virtual learning environment starting Monday, Nov. 30. Only Cohort No. 1 students (Level 2 special education students) will be allowed to return to school for in-person instruction. This return to an all-virtual learning environment, due to public health data reflecting a worsening pandemic locally, will last at […]...Read Full Article