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While nothing can substitute for experiencing the Hilltop in person, the Salisbury community is excited to offer you the following "virtual" spring family weekend experience and connection opportunities.  Our entire community is eager to share and engage with you through a virtual space. 

LET US BRING THE HILLTOP TO YOU! SEE OUR SCHEDULE OF EVENTS BELOW. 

WE APPRECIATE YOUR UNDERSTANDING AND SUPPORT AND LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU  BACK TO THE HILLTOP
FOR FALL PARENTS WEEKEND, OCTOBER 21-23, 2021. 

If you have further questions, please contact, Mimi Babcock, Director of Parent Programs, at 860-435-5735 or mbabcock@salisburyschool.org.

VIRTUAL EVENTS 

PARENT COLLEGE MEETINGS
 

Fifth Form Parent College Office Meetings
FRIDAY, MAY 7
8:30 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
&
SATURDAY, MAY 8
10:45 A.M. - 1:30 P.M

To schedule a 30-minute appointment with your son’s college advisor, please contact Tina Gomez, assistant to the College Office, at 860-435-5716 or tgomez@salisburyschool.org

 

Third, Fourth, and Fifth Form College Planning Meetings 
Saturday, May 8 
8:45 - 10:15 A.M.  

Third FormTom Severo and Jon Gottsegen
Three Pillars College Admission: transcript, standardized testing and extracurricular participation. 

Watch Here

Fourth FormJade Colling and Chris Phelps  
Introduction to Family Connection – A comprehensive website that you and your son can use to help with the college search, build a college list, and support you through the college process.

Watch Here

Fifth FormBobby Wynne
College Process – Application review

Watch Here

 
 
GUEST SPEAKER: DR. JILL WALSH
FRIDAY, MAY 7
7:00 P.M. 
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Although there has always been debate about the opportunities and challenges with screen time, there were at least best practices that we as parents could seek out as guidelines. Then the pandemic made technology critical for both our children’s academic and social experiences. What do best practices look like now and how do we regroup as we think towards the end of the pandemic? Dr. Walsh will address these questions with a particular focus on thinking about quantity vs. quality of tech use and addressing challenges like multitasking/procrastinating and digital socializing. While Dr. Walsh will provide a research-based approach, she is also a working mother of two technology-obsessed kids so she will also offer insights into which rules to follow closely and which to worry less about as we navigate this new era. 
For more information about Dr. Walsh go to www.drjillwalsh.com

LIVESTREAM GAMES OF THE WEEK
VARSITY BASEBALL VS. CANTERBURY SCHOOL
FRIDAY, MAY 7
3:00 P.M. 
CLICK HERE TO WATCH VARSITY LACROSSE VS. BRUNSWICK SCHOOL
SATURDAY, MAY 8
3:00 P.M. 

CLICK HERE TO WATCH 

STATE OF THE SCHOOL WITH SALISBURY LEADERSHIP
SATURDAY, MAY 8
9:00 AM 

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SALISBURY BOOK CLUB


NICKEL and DIMED by BARBARA EHRENEICH DISCUSSION
with Instructor of English, Dick Curtis '91(Hon.), P'06 
and Dr. James King, Director of the Phinny Library
SATURDAY, MAY 8
11:15 A.M. 
REGISTER

KNIGHTS IN THE KITCHEN
VIRTUAL WINETASTING & FOOD PAIRING 

with
Jim Kennedy of Salisbury Wines
&
Tony Fraenkel, Director of Dining Services 
SATURDAY, MAY 8
7:00 P.M. 
REGISTER

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