Have you ever thought of making a game? Mrs. Alvarado is challenging all elementary students to think of design and make their own card or board game. The grand prize will be a $25 Barnes and Noble gift card.
1. Must be produced by the child, not the parent.
2. Must have written rules.
3. Extra credit for using trash/recycled materials.
4. All entries must be turned in to Mrs. Alvarado in your school media center the week of August 11. The winner will be announced August 18 on the Salina Elementary blog and in all media centers that week.

Judging will be based on originality, playability, use of recycled materials, clarity and quality of written rules and explanation and child’s abi;ity to expalin the game.

Join Mrs.Alvarado for Salina Summer Media on July 2 from 1:00 P.M. until 4:00 P.M.. This week is Slime Week. We will learn about colloids and make slime. Slimey story hour will be at 3:30. Summer Reading Contest has begun. Read a book and come in and fill out the form for a prize drawing. Summer of Numbers is a chance to win a prize by doing 25 math activities during summer media. Parents do not have to stay the whole time with their school age children, but they must sign them in and pick them up before 4:00 P.M.. See you in the media center!

We will miss our third graders as they move across the street to Salina Intermediate School. Mrs. Stanley gave them a good send off today as we said the Pledge of Allegiance for the last time this school year and applauded our third graders to their promotion ceremony.Applauding the third graders

Salina students say the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag for the last time this school year.

Salina students say the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag for the last time this school year.

Applause for third gradeNext year's third graders

Mango Languages is an online world language learning site which will be available to students and parents this summer as a pilot. If it is successful, it will be adopted by the district as part of our Seal of Biliteracy program. I am looking for a group of students to commit to the summer pilot. This requires a minimum of 2 hours per week spent on learning the same language for the whole summer. I need people who are serious, so that I can produce a reasonable amount of data. The program will be activated by Monday, June 16. Here is a link to the login page.

Mango Languages

City wide event will showcase only the best high school talent in town!
Talented high school students from across Dearborn will compete for top honors at the first-ever “Dearborn’s Got Talent!” show on Tuesday, May 13, at 6:30 p.m. at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center.Tickets are on sale now! Tickets for general admission seating are $5 advance. Prices on May 13 are $7.

For more information about “Dearborn’s Got Talent” call 827-3109