A Note from Ms. Sickler
This week I’ll be out of the district from Tuesday – Thursday attending a conference with other Saline Area School staff members, sharing the great things we are doing here in Saline, and learning new ideas to bring back to our district. Kevin Musson, our interim Special Education Director (who previously was Pleasant Ridge’s principal prior to retirement) will be stepping in as acting principal. Feel free to reach out to me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) while I am away.
Our Harvest Fun Run is on Friday, October 7th! We will have students be participating outside on our playground track during the following times:
9:10-9:40 AM Young 5 & Kindergarten
9:55-10:25 AM 3rd Grade
10:30-11:00 AM 1st Grade
11:05-11:35 AM 2nd Grade
If you are interested in joining us, please sign up HERE.
Remember, 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 are at 70% of our goal, and have received donations from 28 out of 50 states, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Germany! 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.
Save The Dates
- October 7th – Harvest Fun Run
- October 20th – Early Release #2 (1:10pm dismissal; lunch is served)
- October 21st – No School (Fall Break)
The 2022 bond proposal includes STEAM spaces and program expansion for all grade levels. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. STEAM focuses on sparking imagination and creativity through the arts in ways that naturally align with STEM learning. Learn more about all the projects included in the bond proposal at: https://www.salineschools.org/
- District Calendar
- Volunteer Information (RAPTOR System)
- Accessing REMIND account
Sweet Tweets of the Week
Did You Know?
Did you know due to staff shortages, the SAS Transportation Department has created routes to be as efficient as possible, causing many of them to be very full? As a result, they cannot accommodate students riding to/from school with friends. Students are assigned to a stop at/near their home registered address, and this will be the only location transportation will be provided for. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Ms. Sickler Reads!
September 15 to October 15 is National Hispanic American Heritage Month. Check out some resources HERE.