|Sunday, November 10 | noon – 5 p.m.|
Free Admission Sponsored by DENSO
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Thanks to support from DENSO, the Michigan Science Center will open its doors free of charge on November 10 as part of International Science Center and Science Museum Day, an opportunity to celebrate how science centers and museums connect science and society, engage diverse members of their communities, and partner to tackle challenges.
MiSci will be open noon – 5 p.m. on November 10. Free general admission includes access to 250+ hands-on exhibits, live shows, Spark!Lab from the Smithsonian, Kids Town, STEM Playground and more. Planetarium and Engineering Theater tickets will be available for purchase at the box office.
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Just a reminder that tomorrow grades 4th and 5th will have a half day, with dismissal at 11:05 a.m for elementary only.
MIDDLE SCHOOL is a regularly scheduled day with dismissal at 2:55.
We are so proud of our students for taking part in the student council elections that were held yesterday. Each middle school Social Studies class, and elementary class, came down to the auditorium to vote for their President and Vice President. Just like they would do in a real elections when voting, students MUST be registered in their Social Studies classes. If a student wasn’t registered, they were not allowed to vote on election day. So, they all made sure they registered
Whether they ran for an officer position or participated in the voting, we know that our students are getting “real life” exposure to what our voting rights are all about. Thank you to our families who have supported the students running for office. They all worked hard. The results are:
In fourth grade:
In Ms. Haidarah’s Class, the winner was Yasmeen Alawi.
In Ms. Ramouni’s Class, the winner was Ahmed Alrayashi.
In Ms. A’s class, the winner was Naydeen Ali.
In Ms. Elward’s class, the winner was Bayan Almahmodi.
In fifth grade:
In Ms. Abdullah’s class, the winner was Loay Nasser.
In Ms. Ali’s class, the winner is Ilyas Ali.
In Ms. Dexter’s class, the winner is Taha Ali
In Ms. Musleh’s class, the winner is Sameer Hussein.
Now, for middle school.
Mrs. Y. Mohamed and Mrs. S. Mohamed both counted the ballots.
The secretary of Student Council will be Layal Alward. Layal will be secretary by default because she was the only candidate for this position.
The Vice President will be Hassan Omar.
The President of Student Council will be Yusef Ahmed.
If you haven’t already heard, movie night at Salina is here! On Wednesday , October 30 at 3:15 we will have the first movie night of the school year. Make sure you have turned in your permission slip. Also, this is a free event. The movie that will be played is a surprise because we want a full house. You must attend to know the movie that will be played. We would like all of our families to attend. Remember to come and support the PTA by stopping at the bake sale and getting some yummy treats.
We have been fortunate to have another university come speak about college and university life. Wayne State University was at our school today introducing our students to life at Wayne State. Great visit and we will continue to give our students as much exposure to college and university life, as possible. Enjoy pictures from today’s visit.