Fifth grade students going to JA BizTown should click the link below to complete a pre-test:
Be sure to hit the submit button at the bottom of the test when you finish.
Salt Creek Intermediate Junior Naturalists Club will be starting our monthly meetings on Tuesday Sept. 13. We will hold meetings on the second Tuesday of every month, except in May.
The dates of this year's meetings are:
May (to be announced)
Meetings will be held after school until 4:00 p.m. Please pick up your child by 4:00 at the school doors on the west end of the building.
Don't forget to follow Salt Creek Intermediate School on Twitter @SaltCreekLE for timely updates on events and happenings at school!
Brave Bucks are awarded to students nominated by their teachers for exemplifying kindness, hard work, responsibility, helpfulness, or other positive behaviors.
Congratulations to our September winners:
Sydney Steinbrook, nominated by Mrs. Webb for working hard and being responsible.
Rachel Thompson, nominated by Mrs. Hardin for kindness and being helpful.
Physical education is once again a big hit at Salt Creek Intermediate. Lately students have enjoyed learning the unfamiliar sport of paddleball, a sport many of them have never played or heard of before. The skills that students learned during this unit will transfer to the skills needed for playing tennis. Students experienced this fun with new equipment paid for by a donation from the Frank Dunlop Foundation.
On Labor Day weekend, several Salt Creek students took part in a unique community service project. Gracie Forrest, Sophia Justice, and Gabby Stehly, along with other members of their Circleville Rainbow Girls group, held their 29th annual charity Rock-a-Teeterthon. They teeter-tottered and rocked in rocking chairs on a street corner in downtown Circleville for 30 hours straight to earn money for charity. This year the money went to their statewide service project, Shriners Children's Hospital.
Also participating were the Circleville Demolay boys and friends, including Durke Green and Will Higginbotham. Together they earned over $1400 for their charity!
Way to go, Salt Creek students!
Our Mission: to enhance growth through education
Our Goals: 1. Increase student achievement in reading, math, and science
2. Focus on career exploration and readiness
3. Develop a positive school climate through character education
For the month of September, students at Salt Creek are focusing on what it means to be respectful. We encourage you to discuss wth your student what respectfulness means and how we can show respect toward others.