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  •  SAMS Mission Statement
     
    Sault Area Middle School, in partnership with parents and community, is dedicated to meeting the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional needs of its students while maintaining a strong emphasis on academic excellence.
     
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    Click Evening with the Arts
    you will be  directed to a video of the evening 
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  • CAMP NEW DAY U.P.
    Click picture to access website 
     Camp New Day UP
    Click Here for CAMP New Day Letter 
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  • Click Here to enter website right Camp Star Logo

     
                        Bereavement Camp 2015
    Click Here for a right   Camp Letter with Full Details of Camp and what it has to Offer. 
     
    Click Here for aright    Camp Registration Document
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  •                Arrow Up  
    Click above for letter Document 
     
    Use chrome mini   Chrome Browser to enter site for
    MStep logo  Practice testing
     
    Click Picture Below for
    Mathematics & English Practice Tests
     
    MDE Practice site   
    Username and Password will be provided 
    Sample Item Sets Grades 3-8 & 11th
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  •         to Visit SHACC Website
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                                             half of us

     Resources for Mental Health Click above to visit site

    Through Half of Us, mtvU and The Jed Foundation aim to initiate a public dialogue to raise awareness about the prevalence of mental health issues and connect students to the appropriate resources to get help. The good news is that nearly all mental health issues can be improved with proper treatment. When we decrease the stigma around mental health and encourage help-seeking, we can change and save lives. 
    -Watch videos of Mary J Blige, Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy as well as young people from across the country
    share their personal experiences.
    -Learn more about depression, bipolar disorder, suicide, eating disorders, anxiety disorders,stress and addiction.  
    -Take action and find ways to help a friend in need.

    "About Half of Us | Half of Us." Half of Us. Web. 2 Feb. 2015.
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     Try the
    Practice TESTING Site
    Pointing Right MAP PRACTICE SITE
     
    Or READ the Parents Guide:
     
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  • Note To View Videos
    Follow these Directions:
    If you are in Internet Explorer  Explorer Logo
    in the address bar you have to click to compatibility view -looks like a broken piece of paper
    compatibility view
    The page will refresh and you should be able to view the videos-clicking the play button.
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    OK2SAY    
               Click Above Picture to Visit Site 
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    SAMS TV CREW STOP BULLYING MESSAGE
                             "Be an Upstander" 
     
     
     
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  • In Loving Memory of Shellsea


     
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    For details-Click on above picture to enter site
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    "Staying Safe: A Key to Your Student's Success." It's a very short publication that includes ideas parents can use to help students learn several essential safety rules. (12-20-12)
     
    The publication are available below:
    English           Spanish

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    Provided for our
     
    SAMS Parents
    are the Resources below from the Parent Institute
     
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