SAS DEPARTMENT OF

COMMUNICATION & COMMUNITY RELATIONS

student employment

We welcome partnerships with local businesses and organizations seeking to provide students with workplace experiences. Current opportunities are listed below: 

StoryPoint Culinary-Focused Positions

Story Point of Saline
 

submit a story

How has Saline made a difference in your life? We are always interested in sharing your engaging stories, from classroom projects to student success stories and alumni profiles. Have a content idea? Please submit it using the form below.

Note: Stories submitted may be used on the Saline Area schools website, social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), in the weekly News and Notes or in other district publications.

SUBMIT A STORY

This form is for Saline community members to request SAS student volunteers. Please fill out the information to the best of your ability so we can work with you to match students. 

Please complete the form at least two weeks prior to the scheduled event. 

If you have questions, please contact Laurie Dawson, SAS Secondary Activities Coordinator at dawsonl@salineschools.org 

We take great pride in our partnership between Saline Area Schools and the Community, and look forward to working with you. 

SUBMIT A REQUEST

SAS requires all student clubs and organizations, student groups, classrooms, parent groups, booster clubs, and athletic programs to complete this form 1 month prior to the scheduled fundraiser. Submitted details will be available to administration for review and assistance. Objective: to provide assurance to the greater SAS community that fundraisers have been vetted and are legitimate.

For fundraising guidelines, please use this link and refer to SAS Board Policy 3800 (activity account fund), 5830 (general), 6605 (crowdfunding), 9211, and 9700 (advertising/commercial activities): 

For SAS Finance Dept. student activity account management, click here

SUBMIT A FUNDRAISER

There is a new Field Trip Application in the SHS Google Classroom, along with Code of Conduct and Medical Treatment. 

Please refer to the SHS Google Classroom (Quick Links: Field Trips) for the most updated forms. We are in the process of updating a few of the other documents and creating Informed K12 forms instead of Google Docs.

If you have a field trip coming up soon, you can use the forms below:

Field Trip Permission

Code of Conduct 

Medical Treatment Authorization Form

The goal of Saline Area Schools' social media is to share important information about the district with our public and engage in an open and respectful dialogue. To help us accomplish this goal, we ask that you abide by the guidelines set forth here: 
 

Saline Area Schools (SAS) respect a person's right to provide views and differing opinions on the topic(S) or information SAS is posting for a response. However, SAS has a responsibility to its employees, staff, students, and community to remove information posted on its social media outlets that contain profane, threatening, or defamatory statements, promote illegal drugs, attack racial, gender, ethnic, or religious groups, or will result in material and substantial interference with school activities. We ask that users respond responsibly and respectfully to all posts. Posts and comments in violation of this policy will be deleted. Repeated violations may result in a user being blocked from a particular social media platform.

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Saline Bridge to Civility Engagement is to build relationships across multiple dimensions of diversity through civil conversations and discussions that enable the exchange of ideas.

TO PROMOTE A FAIR EXCHANGE OF IDEAS

Civility is defined as caring for one’s identity, needs and beliefs without degrading someone else’s in the process (Institute for Civility in Government).  The greater Saline (MI) community and the Saline Area Schools recognize the value of civil discussion.  Residents are encouraged to democratically participate in all community matters even when it may be uncomfortable.  We live together and create together.  To civilly compromise is to admirable evolve as a community.

guidelines for engagement
 

  • Deep listening to understand
  • Presence - mental and emotional
  • Authentic sharing
  • Commitment to learning 

resources

SAS Board of Education Meeting (3/23/2021) - Presentation