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Salem Trivia:

  • The Salem Maritime National Historic Site was the first American National Historic Site to be designated by Congress.
  • Salem was the center of Puritanism in America.
  • Nicknamed "The Witch City", Salem is home to the Salem Witch Trials.
  • American novelist and short story writer, Nathaniel Hawthorne, was born in 1804 in the city of Salem.
  • Salem is the birthplace of the National Guard.
  • The game of Monopoly was first published in Salem by Parker Brothers.
  • Alexander Graham Bell made the first long-distance phone call from the Lyceum in Salem to the offices of the Boston Globe in Boston on February 12, 1877.


Adult Basic Education – Meets the specific educational needs of adult students who have limited basic reading, language and math skills and/or limited English proficiency.

English for Speakers of Other Languages – Assists adult students who have limited English proficiency by meeting their specific educational needs.

SNAP-Path-to-Work – provides education, training and work readiness preparation for Able Bodied Adults Without Dependents (ABAWDS) who receive Food Stamps assistance.

Young Parents – Offers pregnant and parenting out-of-school youth, aged 14-24, who have not achieved a high school diploma with a variety of educational and life skills training.

For more information on the Salem site and the programs offered, contact
Amanda Warnock, Manager,

10 Federal Street, Suite 15
Salem, MA 01970
Phone: (978) 744-2417
Fax: (978) 745-5757

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