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  • AI Scholars: An Interdisciplinary, Project-Based Artificial Intelligence Immersive

    Inspirit AI offers an interdisciplinary, project-based artificial intelligence education taught by Stanford, MIT, and top university graduates. What do self-driving cars, Alexa, iPhone's face recognition technology, and ChatGPT have in common? They are driven by modern advances in artificial intelligence. Whether you’re interested in law, healthcare, art, or economics, AI is poised to transform every discipline and industry in the future. AI is already all around us today, and by the end of the program, students will understand the underlying concepts and motivations behind technology such as computer vision, natural language processing, and neural networks. In this course, we will explore the foundations of machine learning and explore different applications of machine learning models. In the first half of the course, students learn AI’s core technologies including applications, foundational concepts, and programming tools through live lectures and coding labs. Students will not only learn about different types of machine learning models, but also apply those models to real data sets. In the second half of the course, students will complete an instructor-led group project applying AI to the discipline of their choice (e.g., music, healthcare, astrophysics, finance, etc.), utilizing the programming skills they developed in the first half.
  • Dollpreneur Class 1

    Dollpreneur is a monthly program that incorporates the fun of dolls with skill-building for future career-minded kids. Each month we will accomplish one part of a business plan and craft something to support our doll on their journey so that at the end of the year our doll has a bona fide business! Whether a child's interest is in a baking business or a STEM-related field we will explore these career options through doll crafts, doll play, and interactive activities to build entrepreneurial skills. Taught by STARR Commonweath Certified Trauma and Resilience Coach, Certified Business and Executive Coach, entrepreneur, mom, and doll-lover Gaynor Meilke. Each quarter we will also celebrate our success with a seasonal doll celebration.
  • Fairy on the Fly: Fairy Flower Fiesta

    Spring is a season of extra fairy magic and we are going to spot it! In this class we'll make a fairy spotting kit and head outside to see some signs of spring (on the grounds of Liberty School). We'll make some Flowerbox Fairy Friends to take home and play some fairy-themed games and enjoy a fairy friendly snack with our new friends. Instructor: Gaynor Meilke
  • Fairy on the Fly: Spring Sparkle

    It's almost fairy spotting season! To prepare, we will create a fairy spotting journal and a fairy garden we can put outside when the weather is just right for fairies. We'll also play some airy-themed games and enjoy a fairy friendly snack with our new friends. Instructor: Gaynor Mielke
  • Homework Hive - High School

    The team at Saline High School is excited to announce the return of Homework Hive! Eligible students and their families have been informed via email; if you've received this message, your student has been identified as one who may benefit from having extra support and time to complete assignments while working with certified teachers. This is a great way to create quality study habits and develop an after-school homework routine. Once you've completed the Google Form found in the initial email and have received your schedule, please use this link to register.
  • Homework Hive - Middle School

    The team at Saline Middle School is excited to announce the return of Homework Hive! Eligible students and their families have been informed via email; if you've received this message, your student has been identified as one who may benefit from having extra support and time to complete assignments while working with certified teachers. This is a great way to create quality study habits and develop an after-school homework routine. Once you've completed the Google Form found in the initial email and have received your schedule, please use this link to register.
  • Hornet Chess Challenge

    Hornet Chess Challenge About: This is a USCF-rated chess tournament for any student in grades K-12 in Saline and the surrounding area! Where: Saline High School Media Center Time: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM Format: 5 Round USCF Rated Swiss System Tournament Rounds: 9:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM, with a brief awards ceremony at 2:15 PM. Sections: There will be 3 sections: “Open” section, a “u800” section, and a “u400” section. Prizes: The top 5 in each section will receive a trophy or a medal. USCF Membership: All players MUST have an active USCF chess membership! Go to www.uschess.org for more information. Cost: $20
  • How to Be a Great Babysitter

    Learn the ins and outs of creating a great babysitting business! Find answers to common babysitting questions like sibling squabbling and meal time tips. Other topics covered are American Heart Association CPR, diapering duties, bedtime tips and much more. Each participant will receive a certificate through Heartbeat, LLC. Please send a lunch with your child. Instructor: Cari O’Connor
  • Mad Science: Ready, STEM, Go!

    In this program, children learn foundational science and find out how STEM is at work in the world around them! They will learn about the animal kingdom, both on land and under the sea. They make mixtures and explore the science of motion and energy. They also discover the technology that powers our modern world. Instructor: Mad Science of Detroit
  • Saline eSports Team

    Are you a gamer? Would you like to be part of an official eSports team and compete against other high schools in Rocket League, League of Legends, and/or Smash Brothers? Then the Saline eSports Team is for you! Learn to work as a team and build friendships through competitive gaming. You can compete in one, two, or all three games for one price. There is a fall season and a spring season you can choose from if you have other sports or extracurriculars, or you can compete during both seasons at a discounted price! Instructor: Steve Vasiloff Grade: 9th-12th (Saline High School students only) Days of the week: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and/or Thursdays depending on which games you'd like to play. Time: After school until 4 or 5 depending on length of competition Dates: Fall Season: 9/25/23 to 11/17/23, Spring Season: 2/12/24 to 4/1/23. Seasons will last longer for teams that make the playoffs. Location: Saline High School, Room C202 Fee: $200 for either the Fall or Spring season, or $300 for both. *No one will be turned away for financial reasons. Reach out to Steve Vasiloff at vasilofs@salineschools.org if needed*