Salem Boys Varsity Tennis

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Salem High School Boys Varsity Tennis beat Churchill High School 6-3

Friday, August 21, 2015 2:00 PM Churchill High School AWAY 3 Salem High School HOME 6 Meet Recap The Salem boys tennis team got off to a great start with a strong performance against Churchill on Friday, winning the first dual of the season 6-3. The Rocks will look to capitalize on this early success

Boys Tennis Parent and Player Email Sign-up

All Salem Boys Tennis players and parents:  If you have not done so already, please email Coach Nelson at salemboystennis@pccsk12.com to get signed up to receive important team-related emails. In addition, our team will also be using VNN text and email alerts this year as well.  You can sign up to receive these team alerts

Student-Section T-Shirts ON SALE!

The Salem Rocks student section is the BLUE CREW. All students, 9th-12th are encouraged to join the student section at all home games. Your student-section leaders designed this year’s t-shirt, which can be purchased below. Deadline is August 7th and payment should be dropped off to Brian or Anna in the Salem Athletic Office (#2000).

Boys Tennis Team Meeting / Season Information

There will be an important player / parent meeting on July 29 at 7:00 pm at the P-CEP tennis court concession stand off of Joy Rd.  We will be sharing important team information, along with uniform order forms. Our season begins on Wednesday, August 12.  We will have practice at the P-CEP courts from 9:30

PCCS Facilities Commitee

The Plymouth-Canton Community School District recently launched a new steering committee to work towards advancements/renovations for the PCEP athletic/activity facilities. This includes indoor and outdoor spaces. Brian Samulski, the new Assistant Principal for Athletics and Activities at Salem High School, chairs the committee. A collective group of administrators, teachers, coaches, parents and boosters make up the committee.

Free Tutoring Available to Student-Athletes!

Did you know that college athletes get a lot of academic help? It’s okay if you do too…most 4.0 students have a tutor at some point in high school. Several options exist for students who need a little extra assistance in their classes: National Honor Society tutors are at our public libraries on week nights.

NCAA National Signing Day Set for Salem HS

All Salem seniors who intend to participate in collegiate athletics should plan on attending the Salem High School Athletics National Letter of Intent “Signing Day” on Wednesday, February 4, at 5:30 PM in the Salem Large Conference Room (located in the General Office).  Athletes are welcome to bring their parents, high school coach, club/AAU coach,