Learning a skill and using that skill to give back to the community is what the Alternative High School students have done this year with the "Baby Cap Project." Under the skillful tutelage of Mrs. Joan Kelley from the Saline Senior Center, the students learned to knit, purl, cast on, bind off, and use their creative genius to craft over 150 hats.
These tiny caps are donated to the St. Joseph Mercy Hospital and the University of Michigan Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Units.
Megan is a four-year Alternative High School student. She has nearly completed all requirements. Megan works the sidelines of every football game as an apprentice photographer. Her passion is photography and she plans to pursue post-secondary instruction in that field. Megan is pictured here with SAHS staff member, Mr. Brad Woehlke. We are proud of Megan's many accomplishments during high school and wish her well as she heads off to college.
Bradley Woehlke, Lead Teacher
Tracy Lamb, Instructor
Catherine Redies, Teacher
Duane Wilson, Instructor
Angela Ramsey, School Social Worker
Mark Schuby, School Social Worker