FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Saline Area Schools to Offer Young 5’s Program for the 2017/18 School Year
Saline, MI…….December 20, 2016
Saline Area Schools is pleased to offer a Young 5’s Program for eligible students for the 2017/18 academic school year. Students who will turn 5 between August 1, 2017 and December 1, 2017 are eligible for the Young 5’s Program.
More detailed information will be provided in the middle of January. For now, if you are interested in having your child participate in the Young 5’s Program for the 2017/18 school year, please click below to fill out the following “interest survey.”
Those filling out the survey will be contacted in mid-January with more information about the program.
Initial questions about this program can be directed to Steve Laatsch, Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services: firstname.lastname@example.org OR (734) 401-4002
Winter Gear / Chapstick
As the weather is getting colder please be sure that your child has these 5 things to enjoy playing in the snow at recess; Coat, Hat, Gloves/Mittens, Snow pants, and Boots. Kids go out to play everyday (unless the windchill is too cold which is 10 degrees and below) and we want the kids to be able to enjoy the snow and their time outside. If a student does not have boots and snow pants, they are not allowed to play on the grassy area and must stay on the black top.
Also! Because of the cold days, lips are also getting chapped. Please be sure to have a chap stick/petrolleum jelly kept in the backpack this season. Thank you for your help with this!
My Favorite Things!
My Favorite Things have now been updated, please click here to see a Harvest Staff's favorite things!
PTA Volunteering Information
Looking to help out or this school year?? The PTA needs your help! Click here to view the signup for the 2016-17 list to lend a hand where help is needed and sign up today!
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FROM THE OFFICE
The office would like to have ALL students keep a spare set of changing clothes (shirt, pant, socks, underwear) stored in their locker in case of an accident where the student needs to change. This will help with not having to make calls to home! Thanks for your cooperation.
Meet Mrs. Rosen-Leacher!
I am in my 21st year in education. I have served children, staff and families as an at-risk instructor, classroom teacher, assessment coordinator, curriculum director, assistant superintendent and most recently as building principal. I have had many diverse experiences in education throughout my career and outside of the time I spent in the classroom, my greatest joy has been serving as a school principal. Being a school principal allows me to utilize my strengths, particularly working with staff and children so each reaches their highest potential.
Leadership is making the right decisions in the face of difficult challenges always keeping in mind that children are the center of everything we do. It is learning the story of those that I work the most closely with to build relationships that allows us to do the work of improving student achievement.