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Welcome to

Saline Middle School

Reminder if your student is going to be absent or late please call the attendance line- 734-401-4600 - #1

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5th to 6th Grade Transition Night

We welcomed our newest 6th Grade Families on Wednesday, February 20th.  

Presentation Link

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Elective Overview Presentation for 2019/2020 7th & 8th graders

 

Video Presentation for Course Selection 

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE DISCOVERIES -  Are you interested in programming and computer science. Research shows that early exposure to computer science and programming is key to increasing tech efficacy and breaking down gender gaps in STEM fields. Students will work through the curriculum from code.org which is recommended for students from 6-10 grade. Students will focus on the following units: 1) Problem-Solving 2) Web Development 3) Animations and Games 4) The Design Process 5) Data and Society and 6) Physical Computing

We do not have a business tech class anymore. 

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Summit Learning @ SMS!

Interested in learning more about the Summit team for your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student? Check out our presentation about Summit Learning!

Introducing Summit Learning

If you are interested in having your rising 5th, 6th, or 7th Grade Student become a part of our 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Summit Learning Teams for the 2019-2020 School Year, please look for an email from Mr. Bezeau with the survey interest link (after Spring Break).

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Summer On-line Classes - 2019 -  Check back for information letter and application

 


2018/2019 YEARBOOKS

Order your 18/19  Yearbook here - External Linkyearbookforever.com - enter our school name. Cost is $35.  


PDF Document2018/2019 - School Calendar - printable calendar for 18/19


Principal Bradley J. Bezeau  

Mr. BezeauMr. Bezeau has served the students and families of the Saline Area Schools during the past seventeen years, first as a guidance counselor at Saline High School, and then as an assistant principal at Saline High.  Most recently, Mr. Bezeau served the district as the principal of Pleasant Ridge Elementary.  Marking his 24th year in public education, Mr. Bezeau began his career as a Biology and Chemistry teacher at Bedford High School.

Mr. Bezeau may be reached at 734-401-4601 or Bezeaub@salineschools.org

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Assistant Principal Emily Sickler

Picture of Emily SicklerMs. Sickler is a proud SHS alum and has been working in the district since 2002.  She has worked as a classroom teacher at Woodland Meadows, Heritage, and Harvest before joining the SMS family as assistant principal.  She is passionate about working with middle schoolers to support their social/emotional well being along with providing rich academic experiences.  

 

Ms. Sickler can be reached at 734-401-4603 or sicklere@salineschools.org

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

"Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Kinder than Necessary"

 

Saline Middle School News

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February
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November
Homework Hive

Homework Hive Flyer

Homework Hive offers the opportunity for students to work after school with a trained high-school student and a certified staff member in a small group setting. Great way to create quality study habits. - Free of charge but you must register. Open the flyer to learn all about Homework Hive

September
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Mission Statement

At Saline Middle School, we believe that middle level education must respect the unique developmental issues facing early adolescents. These students are experiencing multiple changes causing them to face many life changing challenges. As educators, we feel it is our responsibility to educate the whole child, not just teaching information, but teaching life lessons that will assist them in becoming successful adults.