273 Education Way
Salem, WV 26426
Welcome to Salem Elementary School
Salem Elementary School
273 Education Way
Salem, West Virginia 26426
Phone: (304) 326-7180
Fax: (304) 782-1293
Salem Elementary students took a field trip to Salem International University for their
Paw Print Reward Day. Salem International education majors created games for the students
to play as a reward for good behavior throughout the semester.
Lowe's Heroes are Lowe's employees who are engaged in community service projects for nonprofit organizations, homeowners and local schools in need. Salem Elementary was fortunate to be the recipient of the Lowe's Heroes Project. Staff members from the Clarksburg Lowe's store volunteered their time to install a new half-court basketball court with a brand new basketball hoop. Lowe’s also donated several new basketballs for the students. Also, contributing to the completion of the project was Bill’s Concrete of West Union who laid the concrete slab for the court, and Central Supply of Clarksburg who supplied the concrete. The staff and students from Salem Elementary are extremely grateful for the work that these three businesses have done for the school.
During the months of April and May, Mrs. Bragg and the Animal Club had a fundraiser to collect items for the Harrison County Humane Society. Our staff and students were very generous and kind, we collected many items that will help a great cause. Thank you for all of the support.
2017 5th Grade Dare Graduation sponsored by the Harrison County Sherriff's Department and Officer Brewer
Salem Elementary students participated in a poster coloring contest sponsored by Salem City Parks. The winners will have their posters displayed throughout Downtown Salem and also received a gift certificate from Salem Dairy Queen. The winners (pictured) include Akia, Caleigh, Morgan, Clarissa, Adalie, Gunnar, Madison, Makenzie, Trent, Kalei and Alissa. Also pictured are Ronnie Davis, Salem City Manager, Police Chief Eric Flevaris, Larry Siders, Salem City Parks Board member and Principal David Decker.
Salem Elementary has been an active participant with the Girls On The Run organization for the last four years. Girls On The Run is a non-profit program that inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using an experience based curriculum which creatively integrates running. 20 practices that combine training for a 5K with lessons that inspire girls to become independent thinkers, enhance their problem solving skills and make healthy decisions.
The coaches include: Molly Furda, Jennifer Lauri, Melinda Mack and Angie Pratt
Directions to our school:
From Parkersburg, WV - Route 50 East toward Clarksburg, turn right at the Salem Main Street exit, travel approximately 1.5 mile, turn left onto Education Way, our school is at the top of the hill.
From Clarksburg, WV - Route 50 West toward Parkersburg, turn left at the Salem Main Street exit, travel approximately 1.5 mile, turn left onto Education Way, our school is at the top of the hill.
Salem Elementary was recently the recipient of the Lowe's Heroes Project. Several staff members from the Clarksburg Lowe's store came to the school to work on the enhancements. The interior of the school received a facelift when the workers built a "Salem's Pride" board. The exterior of the school has been made more "staff and student" friendly with several new picnic tables, along with several bags of gravel being distributed within the picnic area. The school also received picnic tables for the recreational field area. The students playground is also receiving a new half-court basketball court with a brand new basketball hoop. The staff and students from Salem Elementary are extremely thankful for the work Lowe's has done for the school.