Learn about the staff that works in our school.
The school report card shows how a school is performing in multiple areas. It shows the school’s strengths and the challenges that need to be addressed.
Read more about our initiative to improve our school.
The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education collects a variety of data from schools and districts in the state.
The primary responsibility of the Council is to oversee implementation of the current school improvement plan throughout the school year.
Learn about what middle school curriculum looks like for our scholars at Collins Middle School
Salem Public Schools has a number of special education programs intended to support students with special education needs.
The English Language Development Program supports scholars who are identified as English Language Learners
Scholars and families that need additional support can be referred to or request a scholar Support Team
We have a number of different performing arts programs.
All scholars in Grades 6-8 are encouraged to try out for any CMS team. We welcome players of any ability with a focus on skill building, sportsmanship, and commitment.
Scholars in grades 6-8 take two courses in Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) each year. Our topics include the basics of modeling and design, the science behind our technology, flight and space, green energy, robotics, and programming for mobile apps.
During our Mastery Block scholars will engage in an entrepreneurship curriculum designed by our partner at NFTE
Family Engagement Facilitator
City Connects Coordinator
Office Secretary: Nicolle Monegro 978-740-1193 School Nurse: Jane Morrissey 978-740-1194 Family Engagement Facilitator: Rosalyn Guevara 978-740-1191
City Connects Coordinator: Brad Maloon 978-265-4058 City Connects Coordinator: Mia Riccio 978-522-0124
Adjustment Counselor: June Casale 978-740-1298 Adjustment Counselor: Heather Mercier 978-740-1216 Adjustment Counselor: Ervina Shehaj 978-740-1142