Contact Information

Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services 


Curriculum Documents

Curriculum Expectations

The Saline Area Schools sets extremely high standards and expectations for all students. The District has adoped a District Strategic Framework that helps guide the developement of our students into the 21st century and beyond.

Curriculum Standards

Saline Area Schools has established the highest standards for all of our students. Teachers are expected to implement curriculum standards that have been adopted and established by the Michigan Department of Education.

Curriculum Snapshots 

(General overview of the content covered in grade levels / departments in a "parent friendly" manner )

Mathematics Sequencing

Instructional Technology

Project Lead the Way (PLTW)

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) -

Reproductive Health Curriculum


General Assessment Documents

Saline Area Schools Assessment Results (MEAP, MME, ACT, NWEA, AP for the last 5 years)

District Assessment Calendar 2015/16 


Comprehensive Literacy Assessments

Saline Area Schools uses a DIBELS (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills) screener for all of our students in grades K-3. The purpose of this is to determine if a student demonstrates any at-risk characteristics in reading. This data is used in conjunction with Fountas & Pinnell local reading scores that are determined at various benchmark periods throughout the year to help pinpoint reading skills that need to be addressed for individual students. This comprehensive literacy approach helps our teaching staff address needs early in a child's education career.

Literacy Assessment Calendar for Staff


State Reporting Documents

2014/15 Annual Education Reports (AER)

District Improvement Plan (DIP)


Teaching Highly Qualified Status

SAS has procedures in place to maintain a highly qualified teaching staff. Annually, teachers are required to document their highly qualified status with the District in order to maintain the highest quality classroom teachers. Teachers fill out the following form:

SAS Highly Qualified Form

This form is verified with the SAS Human Resources Department. Any teacher who has a certification expiring in the near future is notified. Teachers understand that updated certification is essential for employment in the District.

Further, the District follows procedures to ensure that paraeducators in our Title I Buildings are in compliance with Section 1119 of No Child Left Behind.

Professional Development

Saline Area Schools has developed a comprehensive professional development plan to help our teaching and administrative staff continue to improve their skills.

2015/16 SAS Professional Development Plan

Teacher / Administrator Evaluation

Per MCL 380.1249, Saline Area Schools complies with the posting of specific information about the evaluation tool used for its performance evaluation system. SAS uses the Framework for Teaching by Charlotte Danielson to evaluate our teaching staff. Click HERE To learn more about the Framework for Teaching. Further, SAS uses the Reeves Performance Matrix Administrator Evaluation Tool for our administrative staff. Click HERE for more information about the Reeves tool.

Miscellaneous Resources