Jan
2016

TEST OUT Applications

TEST OUT applications are in. Students interested in testing out of a subject they have excelled in i.e.: Spanish, Arabic, Algebra or any course offered by the district can pick up an application from the counseling office.
Students interested in testing out of Arabic or Algebra I the test out forms are due by Wednesday Jan 13, 16 to Ms. Peterson.

The World Languages test will be administered on Tuesday Jan 26, 2016 at 3:30 pm at ASC (students must have their own transportation).

Core Subjects test will be administered on Saturday Jan 30, 2016 at 9:00 am at Edsel Ford.

Jan
2016

STEM Applications

Picture1The STEM applications for the school year 2016-2017 will be submitted online this year by clicking a link which will be made available the week of March 7. All applications must be submitted by Friday, March 18th. We will update the link as soon as it is available to us.
 Enrollment is limited and based on students’ interest and test scores. Currently, we will have 60 openings for 6th grade (current 5th graders) and no openings for 7th grade (current 6th graders), and 1 opening for 8th grade (current 7th graders) as 8th grade is still in the planning stages and we will have more information semester 2.

Process: Apply before the deadline! Administration will look at your M-Step and NWEA scores. Depending on the number of applicants, a selection of students will be asked to come into the Dearborn Heights Campus and take the Explore test. Testing is tentatively scheduled in for the weeks between April 4 and 22nd.This is a school of choice and transportation is the families responsibility.

Here is the link for more info:
http://stem.dearbornschools.org/stem-application/

Jan
2016

SALINA GIVES

Students at Salina Intermediate participated in a student council project to collect more than 2,000 non-perishable food items for families across metro Detroit. Students council students in both elementary and middle school, along with staff, gave up their Saturday to deliver the food and also serve meals at the Muslim Community Center Soup Kitchen in Detroit.  Staff and students said it was a great feeling to not only collect the food items, but to see the process of who the food helps out during difficult times.  

Hunger has no season so Salina’s Student Council will be doing this again in the spring and will include a clothing and book drive, as well.

 

 

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