Just a reminder…

Monday-9/21 is B Day

Tuesday-9-22 is A Day

Wednesday-9-23 is B Day

Thursday-9-24 is A Day

Friday-9-25 is B Day


A-Day September 14th

Good morning! Just letting everyone know that we need to follow the A Day schedule:

6th gradeA/B follows AB schedule

6th grade C/D follows hours 1, 2, 3.

7/8th grade follows hours 1, 2, 3.


Remembering 9 1 1: A message from Dr. Maleyko


To say that we have faced a year filled with challenges is quite the understatement. However, in our nation’s history, we have faced many trying times and devastating tragedies. It’s been almost 20 years since the horrific attacks occurred on the morning of September 11, 2001. It was a day that we, as a nation, had not experienced in many, many years.  

We watched in disbelief as almost 3,000 Americans died and more than 6,000 were injured. We hailed the heroes who risked their own lives to save their fellow citizens, some never to return home to their families. And at the end of the day we stood together, as one America, to mourn the loss and pray for healing.  

There is no way to measure the total impact or magnitude that an event can have on our nation and it’s impossible to compare one tragedy to another.  Instead, we must look at how we, as a people, work to overcome and heal from the scars left by these terrible events.  

Right now, we are a nation in the midst of a global pandemic, once again engaged in efforts to overcome inequality and injustice, and experiencing feelings of division and uncertainty. In the weeks, months, and years that followed the 9-11 tragedy our nation worked to be better. We made an effort to thank and appreciate our first responders; we turned a day of darkness into what is now a day of service and giving; and we never forget the resilient spirit of all Americans. 

Traditionally on this day we pause as a district to remember and honor those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.  Today, I ask all of you to take a moment on your own to pause and reflect on the events of that day and honor the memory of those who perished in New York, Washington D.C., and a field in Pennsylvania.  I ask that we also take a moment today to remember those who have had to overcome their own personal tragedy brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Despite the darkness that occasionally falls upon our land, the sun continues to shine it’s light on our great nation.  Just as we never forget the events of September 11th, let us never forget our ability to overcome, persevere and come together as one nation. It is this strength, the American strength, that will see us through all that lies ahead.   


Glenn Maleyko, Ph.D.


Technical Support

Salina Families,

Thank you for your patience and support as we navigate these new roads together.  As we have promised, we are here to support you.  Beginning tomorrow, Wednesday September 9th  through Friday Sept 11, Mrs. Alvarado will be available at the community center from 10-2 to help you with logging on or with Schoology issues.  Please bring whatever device your child is using.

Please go directly to the Community Center beginning tomorrow from 10-2 for any kind of technical support.  We do not have any chromebooks to distribute at this time, but we can help you utilize a phone or any other devices you may have.  We will let you know as soon as more chromebooks become available.



Students and Parents will be using Schoology as the place to start. Students can log in being Monday morning. (Parent accounts will be coming soon).

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How Will Tomorrow Look and the Rest of this Week?

Learning Material Distribution

In order to get our students and families prepared for the school year, next week, we will be holding a required material pick-up and drive-through for ALL students. It is mandatory that you bring your child to Salina Intermediate during the scheduled time so that they may get all of the materials they will need for the 2020-2021 school year in order to be successful. This will take place either in the front or back of the building and you will not need to exit your vehicle. In addition to their materials, we will also have information that they will need to be successful.  This week we also ask that follow your teachers blog page to complete assignments for the week.

Schedule for pickup:

Tuesday September 1st9:30-11:30 AM4thFront of Salina
Tuesday September 1st9:30-11:30 AM5thBack of Salina-Near Community Center
WednesdaySeptember 2nd9:30-11:30 AM6thFront of Salina
Wednesday September 2nd9:30-11:30 AM7thBack of Salina-Near Community Center
ThursdaySeptember 3rd9:30-11:30 AM8thFront of Salina

من أجل إعداد طلابنا وعائلاتنا للعام الدراسي، في الأسبوع المقبل، سنقوم بتوزيع أداة المدرسية المطلوبة وتوصيلها بالسيارة لجميع الطلاب. من الضروري أن تحضر طفلك إلى مدرسة سلاينا المتوسطة خلال الوقت المحدد حتى يتمكن من الحصول على جميع الادوات التي يحتاجها للعام الدراسي لعام 2020-2021 من أجل تحقيق النجاح.  سوف يحدث هذا إما في الجزء الأمامي أو الخلفي من المبنى ولن تحتاج إلى الخروج من سيارتك. بالإضافة إلى الأدوات المدرسية الخاصة بهم، سيكون لدينا أيضًا معلومات يحتاجون إليها لتحقيق النجاح.

الجدول لأخذ الأدوات المدرسية

المكاندرجة الصفالوقتالتاريخ
أمام مبنى سلاينالصفوف الرابع9:30-11:30يوم الثلاثاء 1 سبتمبر\أيلول
وراء المبنى جنب المركز التعليميلصفوف الخامس9:30-11:30يوم الثلاثاء 1 سبتمبر\أيلول
أمام مبنى سلاينالصفوف السادس9:30-11:30يوم الأربعاء 2 سبتمبر\أيلول
وراء المبنى جنب المركز التعليميلصفوف السابع9:30-11:30يوم الأربعاء 2 سبتمبر\أيلول
أمام مبنى سلاينالصفوف الثامن9:30-11:30يوم الخميس 3 سبتمبر\أيلول


First Week of School

Welcome Back Salina Families! We are excited to begin the new school year! Here is a link to first week of school assignments, important information and videos: Click here First Week of School . Students should sign into their school account to view the activity.

Reminder: Live instruction will begin September 8th, or sooner, as directed by your child’s teacher!


Welcome Back!

We hope everyone had a great summer. My name is Mrs. Nowak and this will be my fourth year at Salina Intermediate as the school counselor. I

recieved my degree in counseling from Spring Arbor University and my teaching degree from Wayne State University.

Some things about me is I am a huge fan of the MSU football, Yemeni tea and home decor. I am married and have one child named Matthew.

Just want to let you know if you have questions send me an email. I am here for you and want to support in any way. Go Wildcats!!!Go Spartans!!!!