Salem High School presented an open house, Thursday October 27th from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. Students were welcome to bring their parents to the school and hang out with other peers and parents. Open House is a way for parents to check in on their kids, to see if they’re behaving well in class or if they need to settle down, and make room for improvement.
The choir was performing a concert for everyone who attended the open house, with songs like “Chain of Fools” and “Bound for Jubilee”.
Art students set up displays in the main lobby for parents to see their student’s skills and improvements. There were self-portraits set up all around the lobby from the students in art for their first year.
“This year the turnout was very good. There were a lot of parents, in comparison to other years the turnout seemed the same as always,” said Mr. Wesley Whitfield, assistant principal.
Written by: MaKalli Quick