Week of May 22nd – May 26th

A Note from Ms. Sickler

This Friday is our Harvest Field Day!


All adults must go through the raptor process prior to helping or being a field day cheerleader. The more we know in advance, the more prepared we can be to get stickers printed ahead of time.  If you have not gone through the raptor system yet this year, you will need to come into the office with your license sometime this week or prior to your volunteer shift on Friday to be screened.  The process only takes about 2 minutes!

Field Day Schedule 

  • 9:00-11:00am
    • Y5-1st Grade – Field Activities on the playground
    • 2nd-3rd Grade – Bounce Houses
  • 11:15-11:45 – Y5-1st Grade Lunch
    • We will only be serving one hot lunch option (cheese pizza, fruit, vegetable, BBQ chips, and a juice box)
  • 12:00-12:30 – 2nd & 3rd Grade Lunch
    • We will only be serving one hot lunch option (cheese pizza, fruit, vegetable, BBQ chips, and a juice box)
  • 1:00-3:00pm
    • Y5-1st Grade – Bounce Houses
    • 2nd-3rd Grade – Field Activities on the playground

What to bring:

  • Reusable water bottles clearly labeled with your child’s name

  • Tennis shoes/ closed toed


  • Dress in layers

  • Towel for picnic-style lunch

  • Sunscreen (should be pre-applied at home)

Signing out your child after field day?

Families that choose to sign out their child after field day will sign out with their child’s teacher by the classroom once all classrooms have been dismissed back into the building at the conclusion of field day.


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District Notes

Safety & Security – Superintendent’s Message (UPDATED May 19th)

SAS Families,

Over the past two weeks, Saline Area Schools and the Saline community has been impacted by actions and events that have created concern and fear. Saline Schools officials have worked diligently to respond to and address incidents that have occurred in multiple schools.

We appreciate that families, when encountering such circumstances, handle the transparency and related discussions in their homes in a variety of ways.

We have witnessed unsubstantiated / non-credible threats in multiple buildings. As a result, our staff in these buildings are putting in place measures to help curtail this behavior. This includes:

  • Even greater visibility by all our staff in the hallways during transitions and lunches

  • More frequent bathroom checks to make sure that these spaces are remaining free of graffiti and/or threatening comments

Here are ways that all of you can help the District and support your students in the process:

  • Assuring them that their principals and teachers are committed to their safety and would not open a building if there were reason for concern.

  • Encouraging them to express thoughts and feelings to a trusted adult.

  • Reporting concerning comments, actions, or images to a trusted adult immediately (NOTE: students have been historically very good at this and we greatly appreciate their proactive voices)

Additionally, please refer to my message earlier this year regarding the seriousness of these types of threats and related District response measures.  The District will continue to prioritize the safety and security of our students.

Thank you for your continued partnership,

Dr. Stephen Laatsch
(734) 401-4001

Family Input For the 23-24 School Year

This is your opportunity to share your thoughts regarding your child as we start gathering information to begin the placement process for the 2023-20234 school year.  These input forms will be open throughout the remainder of the current school year.

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Did You Know?

Did you know the WISD is launching a new program called My Future Fund?

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