On behalf of student council and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, We just want to thank all the staff and students for generously donating to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Pennies for Patients fundraising event. It was a worthy cause and we were able to raise $1,597.47! That is incredible!
All of the classrooms did a great job raising funds. The top 3 classrooms at Salina Intermediate to raise funds are:
1st place Mr. Kaid Omar’s class
2nd place Ms. Sharifah Ahmed’s class
3rd place Ms. Kathi Barker’s class
Sixth grade students at Salina Intermediate learn that their voice really matters. Students in Mrs. Hamade’s and Mrs. Abdelbaki’s science class got to see first-hand that voicing concerns over environmental issues will spark a response from important people– like the President of the United States. In the fall of 2013, these students were studying the effects of pollution on the environment. This is when they decided to write a class letter relaying their concern about the amount of smog from the factories in their neighborhood. In the letter that they sent to President Obama, they used information that they learned in their science unit on how humans affect the Earth. They also learned how to properly write a letter of concern to public officials. A couple months later, the teachers and students were very excited to receive a large envelope from the White House addressed to their class. The letter explained how happy the President is to learn that young people are interested in important issues like these and what they can do to help the environment. The letter from the White House along with pictures that were also sent will be framed in the main showcase of the school. Needless to say, this science lesson will be a memorable one for these students!
Dearborn Public Schools will be closed Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 due to weather.
سيتم إغلاق مدارس ديربورن الأربعاء، 12 مارس، 2014 بسبب الطقس
“March Is Reading Month” is here! We encourage all parents to volunteer at Salina Intermediate and read to the students. Please contact our Parent Liaison or your child’s teacher to set up a time to read to your son or daughter’s class.
At home, we are asking for you to read with your child for 30 minutes each night. Asking comprehension questions and having a conversation about the story is recommended as well. You can also have your child log onto:
Your child can hear stories read to them and play reading games and puzzles on this interactive site. Check it out!