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USD 393 Solomon
113 E. 7th
Solomon, Kansas 67480
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Monday - Friday 8AM-4PM

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Phone: 1-785-655-2541
Fax: 1-785-655-2505
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SOLOMON USD 393

 

SOLOMON SCHOOLS = INNOVATION + STUDENT CENTERED LEARNING

 

If you are interested in attending our school and would like to schedule a visit and tour, please call 785-655-2541

COMMITTED TO STUDENTS

  • Dedicated, Professional, and Caring Staff and Administration
  • Secure Buildings that are locked during the day so that visitors must buzz in (complete for 2014-15 school year)  and high resolution cameras covering entire campus (Safety is a priority).
  • Dedicated to small class sizes (average size is 11)
  • All Day Kindergarten
  • After-School Care Program for PK-5 students until 5:30 p.m. 
  • School Sponsored Pre-School Program on site- Full Day, 5 day a week 4 year old program on a sliding scale based on income level.  $150 per month full pay, $75 per month for reduced, and $0 for free based upon Free and Reduced Lunch application.
  • Community based 3 day a week 3 and 4 yr. old program.
  • Strong MTSS (Multi-tiered Systems of Support) Reading Program K-8
  • IStation Reading Program
  • Current 1:1 iPad initiative for K – 6th grade students, and 7th – 12th grade 1:1 Chromebook devices.
  • Excellent music and band programs including band, marching band, jazz band, pep band, vocal, show choir
  • Many new Career and Technical Education Certification programs for Free Concurrent College Credit
  • Quality art, agricultural, and family and consumer science programs
  • Variety of extra-curricular activities including yearbook, quiz bowl, FFA, FCA, FCCLA, FBLA, Student Council, NHS, forensics, debate, drama
  • Outstanding competitive sports programs including football, volleyball, basketball, track, dance, cheerleading, and cross country
  • Individual Student Plans for all students 7-12 with Career Cruising and interest surveys
  • PK-12 School Social Worker to help meet the needs of all our student needs: socially, emotionally, and academically 
  • After-School Tutoring Program District-wide
  • Technology in learning as a top priority
  • A variety of communication devices including updated website, School Messenger system to notify of cancelations, postponements, and other important information, Weekly Middle/High School Newsletter, staff and student email, PowerSchool, teacher phones and voicemail, etc.
  • Incentives for students based on academics, behavior, and attendance
  • Structured school-wide student discipline policy
  • Summer Driver’s Education Program

COMMITTED TO STAFF AND COMMUNITY

  • Intensive professional development
  • Opportunities for additional trainings  
  • Teacher evaluation system using McRel to evaluate teacher effectiveness and encourage growth
  • Beginning teacher/mentor teacher pairings
  • New teacher support throughout the school year
  • Devoted to continual school improvement
  • Devoted to ensuring all students can succeed
  • Great Buildings and Facilities
  • Free Summer Lunch Program for anyone 18 years or younger

 


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