Salisbury news for Sept. 6
SALISBURY — Property tax bills have been mailed to all property owners in Salisbury. The first payment is due Oct. 5; you may pay the entire bill at that time or pay half and the second half in April. Payment may be mailed to the town treasurer, paid in person during regular office hours or dropped in the mail slot on the town office front door.
Although summer weather is still with us, students have returned to classes at the community school. There are some changes and some new teachers at the school. A new second grade classroom has been added to the building. Classes begin at 7:45 a.m. and a new time for dismissal is 2:45 p.m. Teachers are Casey Fitzgerald and Beth Hughes, kindergarten; Nancie Crawford, grade 1; Ann Rubright, grade 2; Lili Foster, grade 3; Amy Clapp, grade 4; Bethany Morrissey and Tony Francescutti, grades 5/6.
In addition Donna Payne, Suzie Quesnel, Bryanna Allen-Rickstad, Sandi Hayes, Missy Schauerte, Meaghan Leonard, Kari Clark and Leigh Harder will be assisting the teachers. Chad Chamberlain, PE; Kendra Gratton, music; Sarah Metcalf, band; Eileen Gombosi, art; Megan Sutton and Nancy Velez, library; Debra Koretz, Spanish; Joe McLaughlin, guidance; Gina Ciancia, nurse; Lisa Malinowski, assistant cook; Donna Simpson, administrative assistant; and Fernanda Canales, principal.
The Town Development Review Board is seeking a clerk; see Sue Scott for further information.
Town clerk, Sue Scott, would like to express her appreciation to all the folks who helped at the recent elections.
The town has a new assistant clerk, Anna Scheck. Stop by the office and meet her.
Ruth Bernstein, the librarian at the town library, had a baby girl last week. Congratulations, Ruth.
The Fresh Air Fund, initiated in 1877 to give kids from New York City the opportunity to e … (read more)
BRISTOL — A memorial service for Mark A. Nelson of Bristol will be held 1 p.m. on Saturday … (read more)
See when your favorite high school team is competing in the fall sports playoffs.