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Saginaw Preparatory Academy is seeking applications for vacant board member positions.
This is an unpaid, volunteer position.
Forms may be picked up at Saginaw Preparatory Academy (or downloaded here).
All information, including application and resume, must be submitted to the school office, attention Debra Jones.
Questions? Call us at 926.2885.
Current Saginaw Preparatory Academy students may reenoll for the 2013-14 school year beginning Feb. 1 through Feb. 28, 2013. This reenrollment period allows current students and their siblings to secure their spots at Saginaw Prep for the coming school year.
Beginning March 1, open enrollment will begin - and any spots not reserved by existing students will be open to the public. Any Michigan resident may apply.
The proposed local wellness policy (draft) is available for your review, comments, suggestions and feedback. Please use the form below to submit your input:
Saginaw Prep parents and guardians are invited to join Mrs. Jones for Coffee with the Principal, Thursday, September 20 at 8:30 a.m. Enjoy a cup of coffee while chatting about the school, your child
Don't miss out on tonight's MEAP Parent Workshop! It will be held at 3:30 p.m. and is a great way to get involved and boost your child's performance on the upcoming MEAP tests!
Saginaw Preparatory Academy is now accepting board appliactions for persons interested in being apart of our school board. Applications can be found in the school office. All applications must be turned in to the office by March 15,2012
Saginaw Preparatory Academy is hosting a Scholastic book fair begining February 10th -February 21st. The book fair will be opened during school hours. Please call the office at 989-752-9600 if you have any questions.
S.P.A. students have been participating in a recycling program since the begining of the school year. Saginaw Prep. is currently in 2nd place amongst other schools in our area. The contest will end in May 2012. Keep up the good work S.P.A. !!
Saginaw Preparatory Academy was presented with a plaque from the Saginaw County Rescue Mission for rasing $422.00, which was the largest dollar amount raised by participating schools in the Saginaw area. The money that was collected will go towards meals for the homeless in our area.
Students at Saginaw Prep. are practicing awarness of bullying through Dr. Bank's national program called S.T.A.M.P. Out Bullying.
Dr. Bank's research based program is designed to educate and equip students with a five point strategy to S.T.A.M.P. out bullying.
S = Stay away from bullies.
T = Tell someone.
A = Avoid bad situations.
M = Make friends.
P = Project confidence.
Further information about htis program go to jaybanks.com