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  • Algebra 1-A - Credit-Based Summer School

    Algebra 1 builds upon a number of key algebraic topics developed in the middle grades, including knowledge of linear patterns of change and familiarity with non-linear patterns such as exponential and quadratic. It is expected that students in Algebra 1 will learn to recognize and solve mathematical and real world problems involving linear, quadratic, polynomial and exponential relationships and will learn to make sense of and move fluently among the graphic, numeric, symbolic and verbal representations of these patterns. .5 credit Attendance Policy Students are required to attend all 20 days of the section they are enrolled in. No exceptions. Students who have previously planned vacations or camps that will interfere with the summer school schedule SHOULD NOT ENROLL IN SUMMER SCHOOL Any attendance violation will result in being dropped from the course with no refund and loss of credit. Classes CANNOT be audited Tuition Full payment for Summer School is due at the time of registration. If enrollment does not meet the required minimum, you will receive a full refund and the class will be cancelled. All checks are made payable to “Saline Area Schools.” Credit cards are accepted online. Dropped courses must occur before the 4th day of class (a $75.00 cancellation fee will be retained). Any dropped course on or after the 5th day of class, there will be NO REFUND provided and an “E” grade issued to the student. Summer School Credit Verification Form Registration is not considered complete until the student has submitted the “School Credit Verification Form” that includes a signature from their school counselor. Students are responsible for determining the impact of Summer School on their graduation requirements. Forms are due by June 1st, 2021
  • Algebra 1-B - Credit-Based Summer School

    Algebra 1 builds upon a number of key algebraic topics developed in the middle grades, including knowledge of linear patterns of change and familiarity with non-linear patterns such as exponential and quadratic. It is expected that students in Algebra 1 will learn to recognize and solve mathematical and real world problems involving linear, quadratic, polynomial and exponential relationships and will learn to make sense of and move fluently among the graphic, numeric, symbolic and verbal representations of these patterns. .5 credit Attendance Policy Students are required to attend all 20 days of the section they are enrolled in. No exceptions. Students who have previously planned vacations or camps that will interfere with the summer school schedule SHOULD NOT ENROLL IN SUMMER SCHOOL Any attendance violation will result in being dropped from the course with no refund and loss of credit. Classes CANNOT be audited Tuition Full payment for Summer School is due at the time of registration. If enrollment does not meet the required minimum, you will receive a full refund and the class will be cancelled. All checks are made payable to “Saline Area Schools.” Credit cards are accepted online. Dropped courses must occur before the 4th day of class (a $75.00 cancellation fee will be retained). Any dropped course on or after the 5th day of class, there will be NO REFUND provided and an “E” grade issued to the student. Summer School Credit Verification Form Registration is not considered complete until the student has submitted the “School Credit Verification Form” that includes a signature from their school counselor. Students are responsible for determining the impact of Summer School on their graduation requirements. Forms are due by June 1st, 2021
  • Algebra 1-C - Credit-Based Summer School

    Algebra 1 builds upon a number of key algebraic topics developed in the middle grades, including knowledge of linear patterns of change and familiarity with non-linear patterns such as exponential and quadratic. It is expected that students in Algebra 1 will learn to recognize and solve mathematical and real world problems involving linear, quadratic, polynomial and exponential relationships and will learn to make sense of and move fluently among the graphic, numeric, symbolic and verbal representations of these patterns. .5 credit Attendance Policy Students are required to attend all 20 days of the section they are enrolled in. No exceptions. Students who have previously planned vacations or camps that will interfere with the summer school schedule SHOULD NOT ENROLL IN SUMMER SCHOOL Any attendance violation will result in being dropped from the course with no refund and loss of credit. Classes CANNOT be audited Tuition Full payment for Summer School is due at the time of registration. If enrollment does not meet the required minimum, you will receive a full refund and the class will be cancelled. All checks are made payable to “Saline Area Schools.” Credit cards are accepted online. Dropped courses must occur before the 4th day of class (a $75.00 cancellation fee will be retained). Any dropped course on or after the 5th day of class, there will be NO REFUND provided and an “E” grade issued to the student. Summer School Credit Verification Form Registration is not considered complete until the student has submitted the “School Credit Verification Form” that includes a signature from their school counselor. Students are responsible for determining the impact of Summer School on their graduation requirements. Forms are due by June 1st, 2021
  • Applied Biology A - Credit-Based Summer School

    This two-trimester class will explore Biology concepts while teaching students how to: 1) ask questions, 2) investigate outcomes while planning and carrying out investigations, and 3) engaging in argumentation from evidence. This class is designed to develop and enhance student understanding of scientific principles, skills in laboratory investigations, and scientific expression in Biology-based concepts. This course will address content through multiple techniques including hands-on investigations, student-led laboratories, projects and other methods of engagement. Students will learn to apply their knowledge in relatable and applicable select Michigan Next Generation Science Standards. .5 credit Attendance Policy Students are required to attend all 20 days of the section they are enrolled in. No exceptions. Students who have previously planned vacations or camps that will interfere with the summer school schedule SHOULD NOT ENROLL IN SUMMER SCHOOL Any attendance violation will result in being dropped from the course with no refund and loss of credit. Classes CANNOT be audited Tuition Full payment for Summer School is due at the time of registration. If enrollment does not meet the required minimum, you will receive a full refund and the class will be cancelled. All checks are made payable to “Saline Area Schools.” Credit cards are accepted online. Dropped courses must occur before the 4th day of class (a $75.00 cancellation fee will be retained). Any dropped course on or after the 5th day of class, there will be NO REFUND provided and an “E” grade issued to the student. Summer School Credit Verification Form Registration is not considered complete until the student has submitted the “School Credit Verification Form” that includes a signature from their school counselor. Students are responsible for determining the impact of Summer School on their graduation requirements. Forms are due by June 1st, 2021
  • Applied Biology B - Credit-Based Summer School

    This two-trimester class will explore Biology concepts while teaching students how to: 1) ask questions, 2) investigate outcomes while planning and carrying out investigations, and 3) engaging in argumentation from evidence. This class is designed to develop and enhance student understanding of scientific principles, skills in laboratory investigations, and scientific expression in Biology-based concepts. This course will address content through multiple techniques including hands-on investigations, student-led laboratories, projects and other methods of engagement. Students will learn to apply their knowledge in relatable and applicable select Michigan Next Generation Science Standards. .5 credit Attendance Policy Students are required to attend all 20 days of the section they are enrolled in. No exceptions. Students who have previously planned vacations or camps that will interfere with the summer school schedule SHOULD NOT ENROLL IN SUMMER SCHOOL Any attendance violation will result in being dropped from the course with no refund and loss of credit. Classes CANNOT be audited Tuition Full payment for Summer School is due at the time of registration. If enrollment does not meet the required minimum, you will receive a full refund and the class will be cancelled. All checks are made payable to “Saline Area Schools.” Credit cards are accepted online. Dropped courses must occur before the 4th day of class (a $75.00 cancellation fee will be retained). Any dropped course on or after the 5th day of class, there will be NO REFUND provided and an “E” grade issued to the student. Summer School Credit Verification Form Registration is not considered complete until the student has submitted the “School Credit Verification Form” that includes a signature from their school counselor. Students are responsible for determining the impact of Summer School on their graduation requirements. Forms are due by June 1st, 2021
  • Bridge 6 Program

    Goodbye Heritage Elementary halls, middle school is just around the corner! Take time to get ahead of the game, meet new incoming 6th graders and gain valuable tools to make the middle school transition smoother. Learn how to take proper notes, prepare for tests, manage your time, and build relationships with peers and faculty in an academic setting. Take a tour of the middle school and tackle locker combinations, too! By the end of this session, youʼll be a pro and ready for the new school year! Instructors: Saline Middle School teachers Julie Strieter, Jeff Peet & Jennifer Centivany
  • Explore 2021 - Lower Elementary

    Would your student benefit from a review of the school year or a jumpstart into the next? If so, then Explore would be perfect for them! Join us, as we provide opportunities for students to use their reading, writing, and math skills over summer in fun and exciting ways! Students will have the opportunity to participate in small group practice with a certified teacher. Math - Through fun, hands-on activities, students will utilize numbers to creatively calculate, problem-solve, and much more! Reading - To support students as independent readers, students will practice decoding, fluency, and comprehension strategies with our engaging activities! Writing - To encourage a love of writing, join us as students utilize the writing process to compose creative, student-driven pieces! Explore will have three sessions this summer: grades 1-3, grades 4-5, and grades 6-8. Explore is best suited for students who need additional academic exposure during the summer months to maintain progress towards Reading, Writing, or Math IEP goals. Instructor: Nicole Brunelle and Special Education Teachers If your child qualifies for ESY through their IEP, please call Community Education at 734-401-4020 to register.
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  • Explore 2021 - Middle School

    Would your student benefit from a review of the school year or a jumpstart into the next? If so, then Explore would be perfect for them! Join us, as we provide opportunities for students to use their reading, writing, and math skills over summer in fun and exciting ways! Students will have the opportunity to participate in small group practice with a certified teacher. Math - Through fun, hands-on activities, students will utilize numbers to creatively calculate, problem-solve, and much more! Reading - To support students as independent readers, students will practice decoding, fluency, and comprehension strategies with our engaging activities! Writing - To encourage a love of writing, join us as students utilize the writing process to compose creative, student-driven pieces! Explore will have three sessions this summer: grades 1-3, grades 4-5, and grades 6-8. Explore is best suited for students who need additional academic exposure during the summer months to maintain progress towards Reading, Writing, or Math IEP goals. Instructor: Nicole Brunelle and Special Education Teachers If your child qualifies for ESY through their IEP, please call Community Education at 734-401-4020 to register.
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  • Explore 2021 - Upper Elementary

    Would your student benefit from a review of the school year or a jumpstart into the next? If so, then Explore would be perfect for them! Join us, as we provide opportunities for students to use their reading, writing, and math skills over summer in fun and exciting ways! Students will have the opportunity to participate in small group practice with a certified teacher. Math - Through fun, hands-on activities, students will utilize numbers to creatively calculate, problem-solve, and much more! Reading - To support students as independent readers, students will practice decoding, fluency, and comprehension strategies with our engaging activities! Writing - To encourage a love of writing, join us as students utilize the writing process to compose creative, student-driven pieces! Explore will have three sessions this summer: grades 1-3, grades 4-5, and grades 6-8. Explore is best suited for students who need additional academic exposure during the summer months to maintain progress towards Reading, Writing, or Math IEP goals. Instructor: Nicole Brunelle and Special Education Teachers If your child qualifies for ESY through their IEP, please call Community Education at 734-401-4020 to register.
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  • Health - Credit-Based Summer School

    Students will gain a greater understanding of the importance of their behavior and choices in relation to their health. The driving focus of the class is to turn the responsibility of the student’s health over to the student. This is a lecture, discussion, and project-based class. Each unit will include experts in the field, visiting from the community to help foster real-life connections and answer evolving health questions. The curriculum utilizes the Michigan Model for Health Education. There is no textbook for this class, however, there will be selected readings from current research, videos and other resources on current health issues. Topics covered will include: Skills for Health Education Student, Personal Health and Wellness, Nutrition and Physical Activity, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD), Social/Emotional Health Safety, Sexual and Reproductive Health. *Parents may opt their student out of the sexuality unit. Please see your health teacher’s syllabus regarding the opt-out notification process. Graduation requirement, .5 credit Attendance Policy Students are required to attend all 20 days of the section they are enrolled in. No exceptions. Students who have previously planned vacations or camps that will interfere with the summer school schedule SHOULD NOT ENROLL IN SUMMER SCHOOL Any attendance violation will result in being dropped from the course with no refund and loss of credit. Classes CANNOT be audited Tuition Full payment for Summer School is due at the time of registration. If enrollment does not meet the required minimum, you will receive a full refund and the class will be cancelled. All checks are made payable to “Saline Area Schools.” Credit cards are accepted online. Dropped courses must occur before the 4th day of class (a $75.00 cancellation fee will be retained). Any dropped course on or after the 5th day of class, there will be NO REFUND provided and an “E” grade issued to the student. Summer School Credit Verification Form Registration is not considered complete until the student has submitted the “School Credit Verification Form” that includes a signature from their school counselor. Students are responsible for determining the impact of Summer School on their graduation requirements. Forms are due by June 1st, 2021
  • Hornet Camp

    In this recreation program, students will participate in a variety of activities including pool time (if applicable), weight room workouts, outdoor/indoor activities in local parks and gyms. Concepts such as group social interaction skills, good hygiene, exercise, cooking, and proper nutrition will be discussed. Unique curriculum will be used to provide academic instruction. Students will also participate in silent reading time, make crafts, and enjoy movies. Community based instruction will be provided in the Saline and Ann Arbor areas. Please note costs of most field trips are covered (all except for dining experiences)! This camp program is intended for individuals with special needs. If your child qualifies for ESY through their IEP, please call Community Education at 734-401-4020 to register.
  • Hornet Homeroom at Harvest

    Hornet Homeroom is designed to supplement school-based virtual learning, with no teachers or lessons provid­ed onsite. Hornet Homeroom is designed to provide a safe and socially distanced setting for students in grades K-5 to access their online instruction while parents are at work. Homeroom staff will oversee the learning environment and ensure students are engaged in their online lessons. Between classes, students will participate in socially distant day camp-like activities. Hornet Homeroom will include separate study tables for each student separated by six feet. Prior to attending, each parent will share their child's schedule and video conference links with the Homeroom director. The Hornet Homeroom schedule will be arranged around each child's specific school learning requirements. Staffed by Saline Area Schools employees (non-teachers). Please send a lunch and refillable water bottle with your child. A morning snack will be provided. Register at the school your child is assigned to this fall. Masks required at all times.
  • Hornet Homeroom at Heritage

    Hornet Homeroom is designed to supplement school-based virtual learning, with no teachers or lessons provid­ed onsite. Hornet Homeroom is designed to provide a safe and socially distanced setting for students in grades K-5 to access their online instruction while parents are at work. Homeroom staff will oversee the learning environment and ensure students are engaged in their online lessons. Between classes, students will participate in socially distant day camp-like activities. Hornet Homeroom will include separate study tables for each student separated by six feet. Prior to attending, each parent will share their child's schedule and video conference links with the Homeroom director. The Hornet Homeroom schedule will be arranged around each child's specific school learning requirements. Staffed by Saline Area Schools employees (non-teachers). Please send a lunch and refillable water bottle with your child. A morning snack will be provided. Register at the school your child is assigned to this fall. Masks required at all times.
  • Hornet Homeroom at Pleasant Ridge

    Hornet Homeroom is designed to supplement school-based virtual learning, with no teachers or lessons provid­ed onsite. Hornet Homeroom is designed to provide a safe and socially distanced setting for students in grades K-5 to access their online instruction while parents are at work. Homeroom staff will oversee the learning environment and ensure students are engaged in their online lessons. Between classes, students will participate in socially distant day camp-like activities. Hornet Homeroom will include separate study tables for each student separated by six feet. Prior to attending, each parent will share their child's schedule and video conference links with the Homeroom director. The Hornet Homeroom schedule will be arranged around each child's specific school learning requirements. Staffed by Saline Area Schools employees (non-teachers). Please send a lunch and refillable water bottle with your child. A morning snack will be provided. Register at the school your child is assigned to this fall. Masks required at all times.
  • Hornet Homeroom at Woodland Meadows

    Hornet Homeroom is designed to supplement school-based virtual learning, with no teachers or lessons provid­ed onsite. Hornet Homeroom is designed to provide a safe and socially distanced setting for students in grades K-5 to access their online instruction while parents are at work. Homeroom staff will oversee the learning environment and ensure students are engaged in their online lessons. Between classes, students will participate in socially distant day camp-like activities. Hornet Homeroom will include separate study tables for each student separated by six feet. Prior to attending, each parent will share their child's schedule and video conference links with the Homeroom director. The Hornet Homeroom schedule will be arranged around each child's specific school learning requirements. Staffed by Saline Area Schools employees (non-teachers). Please send a lunch and refillable water bottle with your child. A morning snack will be provided. Register at the school your child is assigned to this fall. Masks required at all times.
  • Physical Education I - Credit-Based Summer School

    Physical Education is an integral part of the total education process, with the emphasis on building a physically, emotionally, mentally and socially fit community and nation. The mind and body represent a unity in the study. The physical education department offers the basic program to our students. It is extensive in scope with a variety of activities. The program offers team sports including tennis/pickle ball, soccer, flag football, volleyball, badminton, basketball and basic swimming. These activities will vary according to availability of facilities and the weather. Students will be introduced to individual activities and cardiovascular development through the use of heart rate monitors. At the conclusion of this course, the freshman student-athlete will understand, and have the ability to control their heart rate within a positive target heart rate goal. Graduation requirement, .5 credit Attendance Policy Students are required to attend all 20 days of the section they are enrolled in. No exceptions. Students who have previously planned vacations or camps that will interfere with the summer school schedule SHOULD NOT ENROLL IN SUMMER SCHOOL Any attendance violation will result in being dropped from the course with no refund and loss of credit. Classes CANNOT be audited Tuition Full payment for Summer School is due at the time of registration. If enrollment does not meet the required minimum, you will receive a full refund and the class will be cancelled. All checks are made payable to “Saline Area Schools.” Credit cards are accepted online. Dropped courses must occur before the 4th day of class (a $75.00 cancellation fee will be retained). Any dropped course on or after the 5th day of class, there will be NO REFUND provided and an “E” grade issued to the student. Summer School Credit Verification Form Registration is not considered complete until the student has submitted the “School Credit Verification Form” that includes a signature from their school counselor. Students are responsible for determining the impact of Summer School on their graduation requirements. Forms are due by June 1st, 2021
  • Physical Education II - Credit-Based Summer School

    Physical Education is an integral part of the total education process, with the emphasis on building a physically, emotionally, mentally and socially fit community and nation. The mind and body represent a unity in the study. Physical education department offers the basic program to our students. It is extensive in scope with a variety of activities. The program offers team sports including tennis/badminton, soccer, volleyball, basketball, European handball, whiffle ball and floor hockey. These activities will vary according to availability of facilities and the weather. Students will evolve during individual activities and cardiovascular development through the use of heart rate monitors. At the conclusion of this course, the freshman student-athlete will understand, and have the ability to control their heart rate within a positive target heart rate goal. Provided as an option for the second required half credit of PE, . 5 credit. Attendance Policy Students are required to attend all 20 days of the section they are enrolled in. No exceptions. Students who have previously planned vacations or camps that will interfere with the summer school schedule SHOULD NOT ENROLL IN SUMMER SCHOOL Any attendance violation will result in being dropped from the course with no refund and loss of credit. Classes CANNOT be audited Tuition Full payment for Summer School is due at the time of registration. If enrollment does not meet the required minimum, you will receive a full refund and the class will be cancelled. All checks are made payable to “Saline Area Schools.” Credit cards are accepted online. Dropped courses must occur before the 4th day of class (a $75.00 cancellation fee will be retained). Any dropped course on or after the 5th day of class, there will be NO REFUND provided and an “E” grade issued to the student. Summer School Credit Verification Form Registration is not considered complete until the student has submitted the “School Credit Verification Form” that includes a signature from their school counselor. Students are responsible for determining the impact of Summer School on their graduation requirements. Forms are due by June 1st, 2021