Week of October 19th – October 23rd

A Note From Ms. Sickler

A few notes regarding safety at Harvest:

  • Thank you to all in-person families who are following the rules for drop-off/pick-up to keep everyone safe.  Please refer to page 1 and 2 to review our drop-off/pick up procedures in the Harvest In-Person Toolkit.
  • For families who park in the west parking lot (parking lot closest to Saline High School), we have a newly added a crosswalk!  Because this is also our bus loop, we ask all families to park and use the crosswalk to get to the sidewalk.

  • Next Monday and Tuesday we will be completing our first set of fire drills.  HERE is a good resource that explains in kid-friendly language why we have fire drills.

Ms. Sickler

Harvest Specials

In-Person Students: Here is the schedule and rotation for the days that you are in school.

On the days that you are not in school, check out these enrichment activities.  This will also be shared via SeeSaw on Monday.

Virtual StudentsYou will be back following your daily special schedule.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Kindergarten Media Lab Art PE Music
1st Grade Music Media Lab Art PE
2nd Grade PE Music Media Lab Art
3rd Grade Art PE Music Media Lab

District Notes

Upcoming Events

Monday, October 19th

  • Fire Drill #1

Tuesday, October 20th

  • Fire Drill #1

Wednesday, October 21st


Thursday, October 22nd


Friday, October 23rd

  • Asynchronous Day

Save the Dates

  • November 18th & 19th – Parent-Teacher Conferences

PTA Points

We have decided to forego a Scholastic building bookfair this year.  Our hope is that families purchase books through their children’s classroom book orders.  Teachers will be able to use points to directly purchase books for their individual classroom libraries.

Sweet Tweets of the Week


Did You Know?

Did you know that outstanding student work will be on display along with some former and current art teachers of Saline Area Schools at Carrigan Cafe?  A special tribute to art teacher Stephen Kerr will be on display by colleagues and community members.

Ms. Sickler Reads!

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