We will equip all students with the knowledge, technological proficiency, and personal skills necessary to succeed in an increasingly complex society. Our ultimate goal is to instill in our students a desire for lifelong learning.
Children with special needs can often benefit from a number of therapies and, generally, the sooner they receive treatment, the better the outcomes will be. But, how do you know if a child needs help?
Learn More about How the Child Find Program Works.
Meeting #3 - April 16, 2019
How do we help our students see themselves within stories they encounter in school?
Windows, Mirrors, and More
Individually reflect on how you have seen yourself (or not seen yourself) in stories
In triads, take 10 minutes to discuss how you have seen yourself (or not seen yourself) in stories. Further, discuss WHY it’s important to see self and others in the stories? Why might an individual from an undeserved, oppressed group need a story to be a blanket or an escape hatch?
“The Squadrupleees”-SHS Service Learning team
“The Zurfendurphs” - SHS Scientific team
East Lansing, MI – On Saturday, April 13th, Saline Destination Imagination sent 8 teams to the Michigan Destination Imagination State Tournament at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. Michigan Creativity Association (MICA) hosted an innovative, fun-filled State Destination Imagination (DI) Tournament. Over 200 student teams from around the state presented their creative solutions to a number of mind-bending STEAM-based (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) and service learning challenges.
The SHS Service Learning team named “The Squadrupleees” comprised of: Anya Hurst, Arabella Wotton, Annie Liemohn, and Ashlyn Stager (not pictured) place second in the Service Learning Challenge at the Secondary (HS) level. Their Team Manager is Ginger Liemohn. The team not only performed a deeply moving 8-minute skit that had the audience and Appraisers in tears about the serious topic of clinical depression, but also raised over $700 for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), which is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health advocacy organization. NAMI.orgprovides support, raises awareness, and advocates for the improved treatment and to help alleviate the stigma of mental health to improve the lives of 60 million Americans affected by mental health conditions.
The SHS DI Science Team, “The Zurfendurphs” placed 1st in their category. Team members include: Zach Rein, Kyle Schnitzer, Cameron White, Ryan Schwartz, Connor Wright, India Pruette. Their Team Manager is Jennifer Schwartz. They created a performance that shared the medical research they did about what parts of the brain control various functions of our bodies. A larger-than-life replica of the brain showed how a human character reacted to deficiencies in various regions of the brain. Their performance highlighted their strengths in all areas of the STEAM curriculum, as well as their problem solving, communication, creativity and teamwork abilities.
Meeting #2 - April 3, 2019
Welcome & Introductions
Culturally inclusive curriculum in a safe & supportive environment.
SAS Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee
Meeting #1 - March 18, 2019
Welcome & Introductions
All members of the Committee introduced themselves and shared a little background about themselves.