Week of March 2nd – March 6th

A Note From Ms. Sickler

  • Please consider joining myself and Harvest staff this Wednesday for Saline Area Schools Listening Session on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion hosted at Harvest at 6:30pm.  If you are unable to make it, feel free to contribute virtually (link HERE).


  • Please review our pick-up rules to ensure safety for all students at Harvest
    • When parking in either parking lot, please walk to the sidewalk and meet your child there.  Students may not walk into a parking lot unattended at any time.
    • Park in a designated space in the parking lots only
    • Do not leave your car unattended at any time in the pick-up loop or the drive into and out of the school.
    • Students may not walk into the pick-up loop to enter a vehicle.  They may only enter the vehicle at the curb and enter on the passenger side of the car.

Upcoming Events

Monday, March 2nd

Tuesday, March 3rd

  • Specials Day 1
  • 11:30am – Hollis/Terech Field Trip (Saline District Library)

Wednesday, March 4th

  • Early Release (dismissal at 1:10pm)
  • Specials Day 2
  • 6:30pm – Community Listening Session @ Harvest

Thursday, March 5th

  • Half Day (dismissal at 12:10pm)
  • Afternoon/Evening Parent Teacher Conferences
  • Specials Day 3

Friday, March 6th

Save the Dates

  • Wednesday, March 11th – Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser

  • Wednesday, March 11th – Parent Night with Ruth McNally Barshaw

PTA Points

  • Sign up HERE to volunteer for the March Book Fair and Pancake & PJ Event
  • Check out our next Harvest Helping Hands event supporting Mott Children’s Hospital

Did You Know?

Did you know The Saline Area Schools Sex Education Advisory Board will be accepting applications for its 2020-2023 membership? Applications are available online and a hard copy can be picked up at Harvest.

The timeline for application is as follows:

  • Applications accepted: February 26 – March 27, 2020
  • Review period: April/May 2020
  • Members will be notified by June 5, 2020

The SEAB is charged with reviewing and recommending materials and methods to the local school board, taking into consideration the district’s needs, demographics, and trends including, but not limited to, teenage pregnancy rates, STD rates, and incidents of sexual violence and harassment. They are not responsible for trade book selections or integration into the classroom curriculum.

A compilation of Michigan laws regarding the teaching of HIV, Health, Sex Education, and Physical Education can be found here.

More information on the SAS SEAB can be found here: SAS Sex Education Curriculum, Policies, Documents

If you have any further questions, please email Theresa Stager, SAS SEAB Co-Chair, at stagert@salineschools.org.

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