Help Report Air Pollution

Please call 1-800-292-4706 to report any kind of strong or unusual odors that you smell or 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 school community and neighborhood.  You don’t have to be a resident to report.

Thank you!


Salina Intermediate Parent Commitment Student Screening

COVID-19 School Health Screening Agreement Instructions for Parents and/or Guardians


This is needed for students who will come into the school for testing, learning labs, hybrid, etc.

For the health and safety of our students, the local public health department requires students to be screened for symptoms of COVID-19 before entering the school building. The local public health department and CDC do not recommend that on site screening be conducted by schools due to the time and interruption to education this would cause. You must complete the steps of the student screening, described above and below, prior to sending your child to school, school activities, or sports. Your completion of this form affirms your understanding and agreement to perform daily symptom screenings for your child.

By completing this form, I am committing to using the Student Screening Tool to screen my child daily for the 2020-2021 school year, unless otherwise directed. I will also ensure that I and any visitors with me will wear face coverings whenever required to do so. I also understand that it is my responsibility to call the school as soon as possible to let them know if my child is not going to school due to potential COVID-19 symptoms. I commit to screening my child for COVID-19 symptoms and exposure, and agree to follow the guidance as outlined on the screening tool.


شعبة خدمات الموظفين والطلاب

الطلاب أولا
ألهم وعلم واحتفل

تعليمات اتفاقية فحص الصحة المدرسية لـ فيروس كورونا للأهل و / أو الأوصياء القانونيين

من أجل صحة وسلامة طلابنا ، تطلب إدارة الصحة العامة المحلية من الطلاب أن يتم فحصهم بحثًا عن أعراض فيروس كورونا قبل دخول مبنى المدرسة. لا توصي إدارة الصحة العامة المحلية ومراكز مكافحة الأمراض والوقاية منها (CDC) بإجراء فحص في الموقع من قبل المدارس نظرًا لما يستغرق الأمر من وقت و انقطاع التعليم جراء ذلك. نطلب منك إكمال خطوات فحص الطالب أدناه ، قبل إرسال طفلك إلى المدرسة أو الأنشطة المدرسية أو الرياضة. يؤكد إكمال هذا النموذج فهمك وموافقتك على إجراء فحوصات يومية للكشف عن الأعراض لدى طفلك.

من خلال استكمال هذا النموذج ، ألتزم بفحص طفلي يوميًا خلال العام الدراسي ٢٠٢٠ -٢٠٢١ ، ما لم يوجه خلاف ذلك. أفهم أيضًا أنه من مسؤوليتي الاتصال بـ المدرسة في أقرب وقت ممكن لإعلامهم إذا كان طفلي لا يذهب إلى المدرسة بسبب أعراض محتملة لكوفد -١٩ . ألتزم بفحص طفلي للكشف عن أعراض أو التعرض لفيروس كوفد – ١٩ و أوافق على إتباع الإرشادات المحددة في دليل الفحص الصحي.



WIDA Testing Information 2021

Salina Intermediate Families,

Each year in Michigan and across the country, students in Kindergarten through 12th grade who are learning the English language are required by federal law to take an assessment called the WIDA ACCESS for ELLs. This test provides important information for parents, teachers, and school leaders about the progress our students are making in learning the English language. This year testing will begin at Salina Intermediate for select students on Monday, February 1st.  If your child is testing, you will then be notified of your child’s testing dates and times.

Why do we need the WIDA ACCESS test?

  1. The test helps you and your child’s teacher monitor your child’s progress in learning English.
  2. The test helps you and your child’s teacher know if adjustments are needed in instruction to help your child succeed in learning English.
  3. The test helps teachers know when your child is proficient in English and no longer needs English language development classes or support.
  4. The test helps school leaders, policy makers, and the public know about the progress our students are making in learning the English language.

Testing during the COVID-19 pandemic

The WIDA ACCESS for ELLs tests are required to be given in-person.  Like so many other things this year, our protocols for conducting the English language testing will look different in order to protect the health and safety of our students and teachers.

Here are some steps we have taken to keep students and staff safe during the tests:

  • We added additional health safety procedures during the test including, limiting the sharing of materials, cleaning materials when possible, ensuring adequate spacing between students, increasing ventilation, and ensuring students and staff wash their hands or use hand sanitizer before and after the test.

We will continue to monitor health data for our community and will make any other changes to our WIDA ACCESS for ELLs testing plans necessary to keep our students, families, and staff safe.

Mrs. Eman Ahmed


Salina Intermediate School

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