Featured Classes:

Safety Town
Safety Town is a safety education program geared for the pre-kindergarten child. Topics include pedestrian safety, police officers, bicycle safety, riding a school bus, safety at home and play, fire safety, stranger danger, seat belts and water safety. Traffic safety is emphasized daily as children ride through our miniature "city" complete with buildings, crossing guards, and street signs. Children who complete Safety Town should be better prepared to care for themselves as pedestrian or bus rider during their first year of school, as well as becoming more safety conscious at home and play. Safety Town has been specially designed for your child's needs-it is fun and educational. Safety Town is sponsored by Saline Community Education and McNaughton and Gunn in cooperation with the Saline Police and Fire Department.

WHO: Kindergarten & 1st Grade 

WHEN: Classes meet two hours a day for nine days.  

Parent Orientation: All children and their parents will meet for a 30-45 minute orientation on the first day of your session (children stay for the full session). 


Safety Town

ACT Practice Test
The ACT practice exam will help students prepare for the real thing. Learn proven effective strategies for acing the ACT. Achievement on the ACT exam impacts choice in colleges and the ability to secure valuable scholarships. Great Lakes Educational Group's ACT practice test will prepare students for the ACT exam and help them reach their potential. To bring: #2 pencils, calculator, a full stomach, and a good night's sleep. Parents will be provided the results at the ACT vs SAT seminar on May 31 at 6:30 pm in the Liberty School Media Center. 

ACT Practice Test

Saline Summer Band

The Saline Summer Band is a large concert band consisting of students entering grades 6-9. Students need to have one year of playing experience in their school band program to participate. Students from other districts are welcome. We spend each class rehearsing fun band music from many different styles to perform in a concert and ice cream social on Thursday evening, July 26th. We are excited to announce that we will perform the National Anthem for a Detroit Tigers game on Sunday, July 8th! Come have fun and bring your friends! 

 


For students entering grades 6-9 with at least one year of playing experience. 





Saline Summer Band

Young Rembrandts: "The Power of Drawing"

We start off our spring session with a unique “composition in flight,” rendering a hummingbird with all of its vibrant color. Then we zoom into our study of “action” learning how to construct a racing motorcycle and a boat as it races across the water. Back to nature, we’ll create the organic shapes and forms that depict the magical life cycle of a butterfly! Artists will learn the foundational elements and skills used to render a realistic portrait of the famous composer, Beethoven. Colored pencil techniques will be used to create value and dimension in relationship to facial expression. Drawing develops and enhances valuable visual skills that have benefits for life. Come have some fun while training the brain to “see”!

Click here to see a video about the value of drawing and the philosophy of the Power of Drawing program: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhcCtfDznm0


Young Rembrandts: "The Power of Drawing"

Summer Orchestra

Calling all string players entering grades 6-9! Summer Orchestra is for students who have had at least one year or instrumental instruction on the violin, viola, cello, or bass. Students will work on a variety of techniques while performing a wide range of styles, including classical, rock, and fiddle. Summer Orchestra will conclude with an ice cream social performance. Summer Orchestra will be a great way to keep those fingers moving and the brain engaged while performing music amongst fellow string players!

 


For students entering grades 6-9 with at least one year playing experience. 



Summer Orchestra

Football Camp- Youth/MS

This camp will be conducted by Saline Head Football Coach Joe Palka, the varsity coaching staff, and current players. The kids will take part in demonstrations, drills, and game-like scenarios all in a fun and exciting atmosphere. If you’re planning to play middle school football or Jr. Tackle Football in the fall, this camp is highly recommended.




Football Camp- Youth/MS

Family Dog Training Fundamentals

This class will teach you how to have a dog you’ll love to live with! Lessons will focus on using force-free methods to train your dog. You will learn the basics of positive reinforcement training to teach your dog to: sit/lie down, greet people politely, come when called, wait at doorways, walk nicely on leash, go to their bed or crate and remain there calmly. Instruction will include discussion of dog behavior and preventing common problems like counter surfing, nuisance barking, inappropriate chewing and digging. This class is intended for dogs/puppies ten weeks of age and older. All dogs that attend must be comfortable around people and other dogs. The first week of class is orientation for humans only. 

Ages 14+


Family Dog Training Fundamentals

Driver Education Segment 1

  Guidelines and requirements:

  • Students must be 14 years and 8 months old before the first day of class.  ClickHere to view Minimum Age Verification Tables.
  • In addition to normal classroom lecture and discussion, weekly written assignments and quizzes will be given evaluating each student's progress. A certificate of completion will be given at the end of the course.
  • Actual on-road driving time will consist of six hours in order to meet the state certification guidelines.
  • Attendance: State law requires 24 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. *Anything less than 24 hours will result in the student being dropped from the program.

 Please review the following questions.

1.  Does the student require any special accommodations to participate in the classroom phase (i.e. test being read to him/her, an interpreter, seating arrangements, etc.)?

2.  Does the student require any special accommodations to participate in the behind-the-wheel phase (adaptive devices, an interpreter, etc.)?

3.  Is the student taking any medications that may affect his/her ability to drive a motor vehicle safely?

4.  Are there any medical conditions that would pose a concern with the student's behind-the-wheel instruction (i.e., epilepsy, asthma, color blindness, hearing loss, etc)?

5.  Is the student's visual acuity at least 20/40 corrected?

6.  In the last six months, has the student had a fainting spell, blackout, seizure, or other uncontrolled loss of consciousness?

7.  In the last six months, has the student had a physical or mental condition which could affect his/her ability to drive a motor vehicle safely?

If the answer is yes to any of the questions 1 through 4, please contact Community Education to explain.  If the answer to question 5 is no or either of questions 6 or 7 is yes, then the parent/guardian must provide a letter signed by the student's physician indicating that the condition has been corrected and/or is under control, and the student meets the physical and mental requirements for a motor vehicle operator's license under Section 309 of the Michigan Vehicle Code, 1949 PA 300, MCL 257.309.

By registering for this class, you understand the requirements outlined in the class description and certify that the student meets the physical and mental requirements to participate in this class to the best of your knowledge.

It is required by the State of Michigan that the class size does not exceed 36 students. Register NOW!




Driver Education Segment 1

Basketball Camp - Boys
Join the Saline Men’s Varsity Basketball coaches and players as they offer campers a chance to improve their overall game. Instruction will include an emphasis on basketball skills through drill work, practice, and game situations. All players planning on trying out for the school team are highly encouraged to attend. 

For children entering grades 3-6 & 7-8. 


Basketball Camp - Boys
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