A Note From Ms. Sickler
We continue with our distance learning plan this week. If your child has not yet engaged with any of the learning our teachers have developed and posted to SeeSaw and emailed to families now is the time to get started. While our buildings may be closed, our learning continues to grow. The Governor’s order regarding the closure of schools requires that new learning opportunities and student engagement in these new opportunities continue to take place. That being said, we realize every family is in a different space and has different needs. I have been so very grateful to the amazing Harvest teachers for creating positive remote learning environments for their students. With that, we are especially grateful to parents and families. We know that balancing work, family, and school isn’t easy for anyone. Please let us know how your family is doing by checking in: HARVEST FAMILY CHECK-IN FORM.
If there is anything we can do to support your family in any way, please let us know – you can email your classroom teacher or me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Love and virtual hugs,
Each week our elementary specials teachers will be sharing some ideas for you to create, sing, move, innovate, and read. Check out this week’s newsletter HERE.
*NEW THIS WEEK* – Mrs. Reeves has created a video to help with moving between classes in Seesaw, check it out HERE.
COVID-19 District Notes
SAS MEAL PROGRAM: IMPORTANT UPDATE!
Our Department of Food Services has been working extremely hard to provide nutritious meals for our community each week. I am emailing you with information regarding a slight change in the program:
Starting now, families will need to sign up for meals on a weekly basis.
The window to request meals for the following week will open on Friday at 12:00 p.m., and close on Monday at 12:00 p.m.
When you sign up, you are now accounted for the following Tuesday and Friday for meal pickup.
The pickup process, location, days and times will remain the same.
For more information, please visit our new SAS Meals Page on the website.
Reminder, you can receive meals for all students under the age of 18 and anyone with special needs under the age of 26. Meal request for the week of April 20th, 2020, is now open – click HERE.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via “Lets Talk,” and we will respond.
- Saline Area Schools COVID-19 Resource Page
Saline Area Social Services Update
UPDATED NEEDS AS OF 4-14-2020
Deli Meat (Prepackaged)
Boxed Side Dishes (noodles, rice, potatoes)
Canned Soup (not chunky)
Canned Stew, Chili and Spam
- ORDER A YEARBOOK BY 4/30 – please use the following link and click on “ORDER NOW” to place your order.
Did You Know?
Did you know that Mrs. Rosen-Leacher is retiring in June? The Saline Post article is linked HERE. I know for many of you, Betty was the first principal for your family and holds a special place in your heart! If you would like to send her well-wishes, you can send notes to Pleasant Ridge in care of her.
Pleasant Ridge Elementary School
229 Pleasant Ridge Dr.
Saline, MI 48176
Ms. Sickler Reads!
Ms. Sickler Reads! Playlist, including all chapters of Amelia Bedelia Means Business.