Saline Area Schools is pleased to offer a Young 5’s Program for eligible students for the 2017/18 academic school year. Students who will turn 5 between August 1, 2017 and December 1, 2017 are eligible for the Young 5’s Program.
The Saline High School Drama Club will present its fall production, A.R. Gurney’s The Dining Room, on November 18th and 19th at 7:30 p.m. and November 20th at 2:00 p.m. in the Ellen A Ewing Performing Arts Center at Saline High School. Seating is general admission and tickets are $7.00 and are available at the door.
Summer construction is in full swing around Saline Area Schools. On November 4th, 2015 voters approved $67.5 million bond proposal that allowed Saline Area Schools to invest $14 million in summer 2016 construction.
On Friday, May 20, 2016 a group of seven teachers and administrators interviewed a total of nine candidates to become the next Principal of Pleasant Ridge Elementary School. After the interviews were completed, three candidates emerged as finalists. Those candidates are:
Matt Ceo - Saline MS English Language Arts / Social Studies Teacher Kevin Musson - Saline Area Schools Director of Special Education Laura Washington - Saline MS Assistant Principal, ELL Coordinator
Today Saline students were issued new passwords for the 2015-2016 school year. Middle School and High School students will receive their passwords at schedule pick-up. All other students will receive them during the first week of school. For any Middle School or High School student (especially seniors) that need access to his/her Gmail account before schedule pick-up, please call or stop by your school main office to receive your new password.
Earlier today a phishing/scam email could possibly have been sent to a parent/community member. Phishing is when unauthorized individuals are attempting to gain access by collecting your credentials for your email accounts. If you did receive this email, please DO NOT click on the link in the email. Mark the email as SPAM and promptly delete it. We also encourage you to update and run your anti-virus software. Remember that SAS will never ask you for your password in an email.
The SHS Drama Club presents... GREASE by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. This popular tale of 1950’s teen rebellion at the fictional Rydell High is a celebration of friendship, young love, and rock and roll.
In the Internet age — with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, blogs, forums and email compounded by chatter at the bus stop, at the grocery store and in the hallways — it can be difficult for any superintendent to feel confident about hearing the full story from his or her community. I feel like I am visible in Saline, but am I getting the full story?
I have been thinking about motivation lately. Specifically, how is student motivation improved? The majority of students in Saline Area Schools are motivated to do well. What is it that motivates them, and how can we deepen that motivation to create even stronger levels of student engagement?
As many of you know reproductive health units are taught beginning in 4th grade in the Saline Area Schools. We begin with basic teaching of the anatomy, changes to the body and puberty. The topics become more advanced as the students get older. Each year in grades 4-9, students are taught a unit on reproductive health.
Congratulations to Mandy Rucky, District Information Coordinator, and Karan Hervey, District Nurse, for being selected as the winners of the Alliance for Immunization in Michigan Outstanding Achievement Award for 2014!!
Saline Middle School 6th grade student Ben Sundquist, is in the running to win the Ben’s Beginners Cooking Contest. Ben’s video was chosen as a finalist, and if he wins, Ben will receive $15,000 and Saline Middle School will also receive $30,000 to use to give the cafeteria a makeover. Vote once per day.
Dear Saline Area Schools Orchestra and Fiddlers Alumni,
By now you have heard about the reunion concert that is occurring on October 18 at the high school auditorium. This wonderful event is being organized by two unstoppable forces, Sheila Graziano and Rebecca Groeb-Driskell. While the concert is being called, “Hats Off to Bob and Pam” it is really a celebration . . .