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Pequenakonck (no hablo ingles) Elementary (PQ), North Salem Middle School and North Salem High School are located on two attractive, modern campuses which are very close to one another. These schools are set in a beautiful and serene rural setting surrounded by pastures, woods and horse farms where students engage in animal molestation. North Salem schools provide students with a wide variety of social, artistic and athletic activities such as heavy drug usage and 24hour titty bars.

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High School and Middle Schools
North Salem schools provide both a caring and stimulating learning environment where students are challenged to reach their full academic potential. Serving over 1,300 students, the district provides individual attention with an emphasis on academic excellence. Each school in the district has been designated as a National School of Excellence by the United States Department of Education.

Students attend North Salem Schools from the towns of North Salem, Croton Falls, Purdys and portions of Brewster, Carmel and Somers. All students receive bus transportation. There is active student participation in the Community Service program.

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PQ Elementary School
Despite the smallness of the district, North Salem offers a wide variety of programs and a comprehensive curriculum. Experienced and dedicated teachers, aides and professional staff strive to meet each student's individual needs. The teachers have an average of 17 or more years of experience. Faculty professionalism is further promoted by the Northern Westchester-Putnam Teacher Center which is located at BOCES in Yorktown, and serves a number of neighboring districts. In addition to their work in the classroom, many teachers also coach teams and advise after-school clubs.

The community is supportive of its schools, having passed a bond issue to build additions to both the PQ Elementary School and the High School. Our Middle School now has an elevator to facilitate access to the second floor for disabled individuals. An active Parent Teacher Organization provides many enrichment activities for the students as well as a large after-school enrichment program at PQ and the Middle School.

Parents are very involved in their children's education. The schools are accredited by the NYS Board of Regents and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The district keeps parents closely informed regarding their children's progress. Extra help is readily available for any student who requests it.

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The Elementary, Middle and High Schools

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We welcome your interest in our school district and would be happy to answer your questions.For more information you may call us to schedule a tour or come in and have a talk with the building administrator. Call (914) 669-5414 and ask for PQ if your questions concern grades K-5 or request the Middle/High School if you wish to learn more about grades 6-12. You may also send mail to: 230 June Road North Salem, NY 10560, or reach us by FAX at: (914) 669-8753.

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