The algebra 2 students are in the process of practicing sequences in order to solve a mystery. I am so thankful that the numbers are in our favor and we were able to work in groups again! #littlejoys #mathtogether
Attention Junior & Senior students and parents! Here is all the information you need for Prom night. Exciting news - this year we will have a formal dinner at the school catered by our Culinary Arts & Event Planning classes!
Thank you to the Solomon Gorilla Foundation for our new shirts! - Ms. Romeiser’s kindergarten
So proud of all the High School Art students for entering our league art show! Here is the website for our virtual show for everyone to check out! Congratulations to Blayz Saltkill, Tarah Richard, Megan LePage, Tyler McLaughlin & Madelyn Boyer for their awards. https://sites.google.com/usd481.com/wsl-art-2021
Patrick at his first forensics tournament placed 2nd in solo acting and 6th in oration. Congratulations!
All 7th and 8th grade track members will compete at Brookville today starting at 3pm. NO 6th track and no practice for 6th.
The Solomon Gorilla Foundation T’s are all finished! They should be getting delivered to classrooms today!
FACEBOOK LIVE tonight at 7:30pm. Please note the change in time. Join us to tonight as we discuss our summer opportunities and plans to celebrate the end of a successful year! #GorillaProud
Gorilla Golf competed for the first time today at the varsity meet in Herington. They braved the wind and the first meet jitters. #GorillaProud
Happy Spring from Mrs. Cross’s class!
Reminder that there is no school for students on Friday, April 2nd and Monday, April 5th. Enjoy your four day weekend and we look forward to seeing all students back on Tuesday, April 6th!
We painted with chalk today in Mrs. Cross’s class.
USD 393 openings for the 2021-22 school year. Vocal instructor & Elementary teacher. As well, we will be adding another counselor to meet the needs of students and families. If interested, please apply below. #GorillaProud https://solomonusd393.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
Mrs. Cross’s class loved seeing the animals at Kiddie Barnyard.
On April 1st, Salina Area Tech will be opening up registration for this year's summer camp (yay!). Camp will run June 1st – June 4th from 8:00 am – 11:30 am. Spots are first-come, first-serve, so please keep the registration link below handy as we anticipate we will fill up quickly. Camp is just $40. This is a great opportunity for your kids to come out and get a taste of what some of our programs do. Campers are place based on the grade they will be going INTO next year, so please keep that in mind when registering. Options will be: Construction – 5th - 7th grades Diesel – 5th - 7th grades Police Science – 6th - 9th grades Welding – 7th – 9th grades Machine Tool – 8th - 10th grades Medical/Nursing – 7th – 10th grades Dental – 7th - 10th grades Please note: SATC will be implementing measures to keep campers and our faculty and staff safe – some of which will follow whatever the current county/city mandate is at the time. Please anticipate a few requirements such as required face masks, temperature checks, no lunch served, etc. We will keep all campers and their families up to date with any requirements as mandates change closer to the camp date. Registration Link opens April 1: https://fs30.formsite.com/SalinaTech/2021-Summer-Camp/index.html
Congratulations to Rachel Hagen on being @RuddFoundation scholar! She was awarded a full ride scholarship to Wichita State for four years of education. So proud of you Rachel! #ruddfoundation #gorillaproud
The Online Asynchronous Solomon Forensics Tournament ends today. Solomon hosted, but did not compete. We had 15 schools. The top three are 1. Sylvan-Lucas, 2. Abilene, 3. Hesston. Thanks to all who judged.
Spring Sport Picture Time is here, Both Middle & High School will be taking sports photos this week. If you would like to order online, here is the link! Due Date is March 30th! https://forms.gle/Z7qVJZFtqAAEFQQc8
Hope you have enjoyed Spring Break, school starts back tomorrow! Over break Dickinson County commissioners removed the mask mandate and left the decision up to the local school board in regards to schools. We WILL WEAR MASKS until the BOE revisits this issue at their next BOE meeting scheduled for March 29th at 7pm. This is year has been a huge success for students and staff, keep working hard and finish strong! #GorillaProud
Reminder: Our 5th grade DARE graduation is today at 12:15. We will Livestream on our YouTube channel (Solomon High School Sports Network).