Week of May 23rd – May 27th

A Note from Ms. Sicklermbf-social-blog-mentalhealth - Old Dominion University


With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, Still Waters Counseling put together this video of Mindfulness Activities for kids in grades K-5.

  • Sign up to volunteer HERE
  • Young 5s, Kindergarten, & First Grade Schedule
    • 9-11am: Field Day Activities (playground)
    • 11:15-11:45am: Lunch (bring a towel, hot lunch available)
    • 1:00-3:00pm: Bounce Houses
  • Second & Third Grade Schedule
    • 9-11am: Bounce Houses
    • 12:00-12:30pm: Lunch (bring a towel, hot lunch available)
    • 1:00-3:00pm: Field Day Activities (playground)

Don’t Forget

Remember, No School on Monday, May 30th!

Ms. Sickler

PTA Points

  • Thank you to Harvest family members who have signed up to help with Field Day on Friday!
    • Field Day Volunteer Sign Up 
    • Volunteers, if you have not already volunteered and are in our Harvest Raptor system, please stop by the office ahead of Field Day or plan on coming 10 minutes early to sign in on Friday.

Lunch & Meals Info - Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind

  • Sign up for lunch help HERE (through June 3rd).

Quick Links



District Notes

Coming Monday! An Invitation to Participate in the SAS School and District Quality Survey: A link to SAS’s annual end-of-year school/district quality survey will be sent via school email on Monday, May 23rd.  The district wants to hear your thoughts on critical school issues, including academic support, student support, family involvement, school/district leadership, and more.  Your feedback is an important part of the district decision-making and goal-setting process. Your participation is truly appreciated!
Read Dr. Laatsch’s May 20th Community Message HERE.

Sweet Tweets of the Week

Did You Know?

Did you know that your child may be eligible for FREE Community Education summer programming?

Saline Community Education is excited to offer a wide array of summer programming from enrichment to recreation.  Students in families who qualify for free and reduced lunch and/or qualify in other categories per legislative requirements are eligible to participate for free as a part of the Covid-19 grant given to Saline Schools.

Families already eligible will automatically receive communication regarding this program next week; however, if you feel you are eligible and have not applied for free and reduced lunch, do so by clicking on this link: 2021-2022 Free/Reduced Lunch Application.

Questions regarding Saline’s free/reduced lunch program can be asked via Food Service’s Let’s Talk.

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