A Note From Ms. Sickler
Saline Area Schools has compiled a list of virtual resources for families to explore over the extended holiday weekend, honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Click HERE to view the list.
Additionally, the University of Michigan’s yearly Reverand Dr. Martin Luther King children’s symposium is virtual this year! If you’re looking for something for your child to do in honor of Martin Luther King day, click HERE for the activities taking place. There’s a Zoom event from 9-11am or an invitation to do some art in celebration of Martin Luther King.
Here are your “home school” updates:
Harvest Specials Rotation
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 Students: You will be back following your daily special schedule.
Federal grants have provided free breakfast and lunch for our students for the remainder of the school year. Students still need money in their account to purchase a la carte items, like milk or juice, as the grant is for “full meals” only.
Saline Area Schools is also supporting families by providing meals for families to pick up each week. Click HERE to register, pick up takes place on Tuesdays at Saline High School.
Harvest PTA, with the support of Underground Printing, was able to donate one string Harvest bag to each student this year! For our in-person students, bags will be kept in lockers to help safely transport individual supplies when students go to their specials classes. Virtual students can use these bags at home to keep track of their learning materials.
Sweet Tweets of the Week
Did You Know?
Did you know that Saline’s K-8 Language Arts Curriculum (Teachers College Reading Writing Project) has a free Parent & Caregiver Workshop on Thursday, January 28th?
Join expert Teachers College Reading and Writing Project staff at our upcoming workshop day for parents and caregivers of students in grades K-8. Learn more about ways to support your child’s literacy education at home, what or how they are learning in school, how to best engage in home literacy projects, and more.
These days are typically 2-3 hours long, composed of a series of 15-minute small-group presentations. Parents and caregivers can choose the workshops that match their needs and are free to come for one workshop or many. The schedule of workshops will be made available prior to the event. These sessions are offered live and are not recorded for later viewing.
Click the link below to register.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.