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July
WISD Countywide Communication and Resources

The Washtenaw Communication and Resources Action Team has developed an interactive summer flyer full of community resources. Two members of the SAS Administration serve on this committee - Saline Middle School Assistant Principal Alex Schukow and Woodland Meadows Principal Michelle Szczechowicz.  

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June
Summer Camps Open!

In-person programming for the community has opened through Saline Community Education.

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COVID COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Saline Area Schools has compiled a resource page for our school and surround community. 

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RESOURCES

Summer Reading 

All Saline Middle School students are encouraged to read consistently throughout the summer.  Please keep a record of the books you read and have your parent sign off on each book.

summer reading logs

SPIRIT OF SALINE MIDDLE SCHOOL

2019/2020 YEARBOOKS

Order your 19/20 Yearbook here - External Linkyearbookforever.com - enter our school name.

WELCOME CLASS OF 2027

We're excited to welcome the Class of 2027 to Saline Middle School during the 2020-21 school year! Families not able to attend the 5th-6th grade transition night held on February 13, 2020, at Saline Middle School, please see the presentations below from that evening. Contact Mr. Bezeau (bezeaub@salineschools.org) with any questions. 

Tinyurl.com/sms56transitionnight2020

Tinyurl.com/sms6thgradestaff2020 

Summit Learning @ SMS!

Interested in learning more about the Summit team for your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student? Check out our presentation about Summit Learning!

Introducing Summit Learning

If you are interested in having your rising 5th, 6th, or 7th Grade Student become a part of our 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Summit Learning Teams for the 2019-2020 School Year, please look for an email from Mr. Bezeau with the survey interest link (after Spring Break).

Saline Middle School Mission Statement:

At Saline Middle School, we believe that middle-level education must respect the unique developmental issues facing early adolescents. These students are experiencing multiple changes causing them to face many life-changing challenges. As educators, we feel it is our responsibility to educate the whole child, not just teaching information, but teaching life lessons that will assist them in becoming successful adults.