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Photo Caption: (L to R) Grace Popa, Saline FFA High School Junior, receives the Southeast Michigan FFA Regional First Place Award in Prepared Public Speaking from Caitlin Henne, State President of the Michigan FFA Association Wednesday February 20th, 2019
SALINE FFA MOVES ON TO STATE LEADERSHIP FINALS
Grace Popa, Saline FFA High School Junior, took top honors in the Prepared Public Speaking SE Michigan FFA Leadership Development Event held on Wednesday February 20th at Saline High School. Her passionate eight minute speech on Noise Pollution has advanced her to the state FFA finals in Public Speaking to be held at Michigan State University on March 7th where she will face off against the other top seven FFA finalists in Michigan.
Other Saline High School FFA members also did well at the regional competition held February 20th:
Kaitlyn Higgins, Saline FFA Junior, placed Third and Gold award in the Regional Prepared Public Speaking event. She placed second at Districts held in Milan on February 12th.
Christina Richard, Saline FFA Senior, placed Third and Gold Award in the Regional Job Interview event. She placed first at Districts.
The Demonstration Team consisting of Amanda Jedele (11th grade), Sydney Masters (10th grade), Emily Finkbeiner (10th grade) and Anne Rothfuss (10th grade) placed Third and Gold Award at Regionals for their demonstration on “Beef From Birth to Finish” They placed second at Districts.
Leadership Development in public speaking, demonstration, and parliamentary procedure is part of the curriculum taught in the Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources – FFA Program at the South & West Washtenaw Consortium at Saline High School.
District seeks applicants for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Advisory Committee
SALINE, MI February 13, 2019 – At the February 12, 2019 meeting, the Saline Area Schools Board of Education announced the creation of a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Advisory Committee. The committees' charge is to develop a mission statement for the committee, adopt definitions, and establish goals. The DEI committee will report monthly to the Board of Education.
“After four community conversation meetings centered on issues of diversity, it became clear that developing a focused, work-oriented committee to explore diversity and inclusion was necessary. Making solid recommendations to the Board of Education is the next step,” said Superintendent Scot Graden. “The committee will be relatively small - 15 to 20 members - but additional opportunities for participation and feedback are available for those interested.”
Interested community members are encouraged to apply by Friday, February 22, 2019.
The application is online here: https://goo.gl/forms/5gdgFOBnEAXtQEmW2
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 10, 2019
SHS DRAMA CLUB TO PERFORM SHREK THE MUSICAL MARCH 1-3, 2019
(Saline, MI) The SHS Drama Club presents... Shrek The Musical, with book and lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire and music by Jeanine Tesori. Based on the Dreamworks Animation Motion Picture and the children’s book by William Steig, Shrek The Musical is a wickedly funny story about an ogre who wants to be left alone, a princess with a secret, and a group of fairy tale characters who learn that what makes them special makes them strong.
Performances are Friday, March 1st and Saturday, March 2nd at 7:30 PM and Sunday, March 3rd at 2:00 PM at Saline High School's Ellen A. Ewing Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students and seniors over 60+ and are general admission. Tickets can be bought online (with a processing fee) at https://tinyurl.com/ycas2292 or at the door.
Saturday night's performance continues the Drama Club's annual tradition of teaming up with the SWWC Culinary Arts program for a pre-show dinner. Seating for the dinner begins at 6:00 pm. Tickets for the Dinner Theater Package are a $22 for adults and $18 for seniors and children 12 and under, and include a buffet-style dinner and reserved seating for the show. The dinner menu can be found on the website. Tickets for the dinner can only be purchased online and must be purchased by Feb 27th. Seating for the dinner theater is limited and tickets often sell out before the deadline.
The cast includes:
Emily Allman, Audrey Barsch, Lauren Booher, Skylar Brodnan, Abby Brown, Brittany Bryant, Lauren Bryant, Tess Carichner, Liz Colson, Claudia Curcione, Sophie Delfuoco, Sam Dobrowolski, Jake Edwards, Daniel Emerson, Erik Firehammer, Sydney Friedman, Jessica Fry, Cristina Gonzalez, John Harrell, Mrinalini Iyer, Trevor Kudlak, Eliza Larsen, Ian Lebert, Delia Leon, Maggie Lupton, Daniel Mahaney, Ella Marsh, Ryan Moore, Alayna Musson, Gillian Nelson, Miranda Patterson, Owen Pichla, Margie Raupp, Connor Rentschler, Kimberly Schamberger, Logan Sepesi, Madison Speers, Faith Sweet, Ava VerLee, Gabe Walkowiak, Collin Wagner, Wesley Welt, Kate Williams, Blake Williams, Madison Williams, and Joseph Yonemori. Student directors are Courtney Pellerin, Laurel Schmidt, Elizabeth Solis, and Hannah Weatherly. Artistic staff includes: artistic director/producer Kristen Glatz, vocal director Anya Freedman-Doan, choreographer Lisa Holland, and orchestra pit director Scot Cannell.
For more information go to https://tinyurl.com/ycas2292 or email email@example.com, or call 734-401-4644.