E-Books Coming to Salina

The district is purchasing the “Sora” e-book reading platform for all of Dearborn Public Schools.

Students will be able to access e-books on their Chromebooks, or other devices using the Sora app. They will log in through Clever, so they will have an easy way to get to this service.

Students will be able to access age appropriate e-books in partnership with the Dearborn Public Library, as well as books from the Wayne County Consortium of other schools.

More information will be shared as this is rolled out throughout the district this year. Check out this link if you’d like a sneak peek at what Sora can do.


Please Help and Report Pollution

Salina Community,

Please call 1-800-292-4706 to report any kind of strong odors that you smell or unusual air pollution that you see.  It’s a quick process.  Save this number as a contact on your cell phones. 

Please make sure that you are given a report number.  This important data that is collected will bring about positive change in our community and neighborhood.  You don’t have to be a resident to report.

Thank you!



Athletics Suspended Until Further Notice

Effective immediately, all athletics will be suspended until December 8 at the earliest.  We will follow the protocols set by the Governor and the MHSAA  (Michigan High School Athletic Association)

فعال فورآ،  جميع برامج الرياضة سيتم تعليقه لحتى تاريخ ٨ ديسمبر وفي اقرب وقت. سوف نتابع اخبار حاكمة الولاية ولجنة مشيجان رياضية المرحلة الثانوية. 

Please see the email below from the MHSAA …

Dear MHSAA Community,

With Governor Whitmer’s announcement this evening, all school sports activities (practices and contests) are suspended effective immediately through at least Dec. 8 or until these new orders are amended.

This means the three ongoing fall tournaments, girls swimming & diving, volleyball and football, have been suspended.  The MHSAA will be exploring all options to complete these three remaining Fall tournaments.  At this same time, discussions will take place to revise Winter sports plans that will include updated practice and competition calendars.  As we have promised since March, the MHSAA will continue to be transparent and flexible while sharing information and updated timelines once those are set.  Our goal since June remains unchanged as we will continue to plan for three sports seasons that can all be completed during the 2020-21 school year.

The MHSAA supports the actions needed by our state government and health department leaders.  All of us need to do our part now to reverse the concerning COVID numbers in Michigan to give all of our students the chance to participate, practice and compete again as we have been able to do safely since August.

The only allowed coach-player contact and activities for all sports (fall, winter and spring) is virtual communication and meetings through at least Dec. 8 or until these new orders are amended.

We will continue to provide regular updates over the coming days and weeks.

Thank you.

Mark Uyl

MHSAA Executive Director