A Note from Ms. Sickler
One of the best parts of being part of the Saline community is that as Saline Hornets, we all celebrate Homecoming week together. Feel free to celebrate spirit week on the following days:
Additionally, the homecoming parade is on Friday at 5:00pm starting at Saline High School and the football game starts at 7:00pm at Hornet Stadium.
Also, join us for our first Harvest PTA Playdate of the 22-23 school year.
Save The Dates
- September 30th – Early Release #1 (1:10pm dismissal; lunch is served)
- October 7th – Harvest Fun Run
- October 20th – Early Release #2 (1:10pm dismissal; lunch is served)
- October 21st – No School (Fall Break)
It’s time for the annual Fun Run at Harvest Elementary School! This is our ONE fundraiser for the year and provides the PTA with the funds to pay for many awesome things! Every dollar donated is VERY appreciated! On Friday, October 7th we will stretch our legs, run some laps, and have some fun outside all while raising money for our school!
We have received donations from 24 out of 50 states, Canada, and Puerto Rico! We have already passed two of our goals. We are still working towards the goal of having Kona Ice at our Fun Run on October 7th.
All registered voters may vote via absentee ballot for the Tuesday, November 8, 2022 election. Absentee ballots will be available starting September 29 through your local City or Township Clerk’s office. To view a sample ballot, find your polling location, or find additional voting information visit michigan.gov/vote #SASBond2022
- District Calendar
- Volunteer Information (RAPTOR System)
- Accessing REMIND account
Sweet Tweets of the Week
Did You Know?
Did you know that this Tuesday is the Alumni Basketball game? The Saline Alumni Committee is kicking off Homecoming week on Tuesday, September 20th with an Alumni Basketball game at SHS! Please spread the word, sign up to play, and/or come out for school spirit, food, and giveaways! Let’s fill the stands!! Sign Up HERE.
Ms. Sickler Reads!
On Friday we had our community meeting where our first-grade teachers taught us about our second Harvest 4 rule, we are responsible 4 What I Do.
During the community meeting, the first-grade teachers shared a few pages from the book What If Everyone Did That to help us think about the choices that we make.