On Monday, May 16, 2016, at the Sanilac Intermediate School District Board Meeting, nine outstanding individuals were presented with the STRIPES award.
The STRIPES award honors Special Talented Recognized Individuals Providing Education to Special Students. The Sanilac Intermediate School District, Parent Advisory Committee, gives this award to individuals nominated from the local school districts and the ISD who make a significant difference in the lives of students.
We would like to thank the following people for all the time they put into their vocation and helping students. Congratulations! You make our schools special.
Pictured are the individuals who were honored with the STRIPES award and those who nominated them.
Pictured: Left to right:
Back row: Paul Muxlow (Sponsor)
Henry Wolf (Presenter)-Brown City
Jerome Peresta-SISD Special Education
Devon Osborne (Presenter)-SISD Special Education
Vito Ferranti (Presenter)-Sandusky
Jessica Hillock-Croswell-Lexington Schools
Lindsay Theobald (Presenter)-Croswell-Lexington
John Presnell (Sponsor)
Gerry Schommer-Sandusky Schools
Middle row: Dennis Lester-Marlette Schools
Febe Garcia-Brown City Schools
Rebecca Schumacher-SISD Special Education
Front row: Elizabeth Huggett (Presenter)-Marlette
Billy Lawson (Presenter)-Deckerville
Not pictured but still honored:
Carolyn Hensel-Brown City Schools
|The Sanilac Intermediate School District Parent Advisory Committee would like to thank Mr. John Presnell of Presnell Insurance Agency (MEEMIC) of Peck, Michigan for donating gifts and State Representative Paul Muxlow for honoring this year’s award recipients.
Graphics Student Success
Sanilac Career Center Graphic Communications teachers Stephanie Stanley and Tina VanConant are proud to recognize student Isabella Mancini from Cros-Lex High School whom has had several scholarship opportunities from various colleges. With offers from: Oakland University, Hope College, Cornerstone University and Alma, she has decided to study at the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Isabella will pursue a double major in Fine Arts and Psychology, further obtaining her Masters degree in Art Therapy. While attending the career center, her instructors recognize her overwhelming talents in photography, computer design and drawing. With all of these abilities they know she will be a grand success. Her parents are Sally Malnar of Lexington and Dino Mancini of Southgate.
Careers in Education
Community Service Winners
Students in the Careers in Education program at the Sanilac Career Center placed third for their presentation of their community service project at the SkillsUSA state competitions in Grand Rapids on April 10, 2016.
The team’s project, “Donate Your Soles”, which consisted of students at the Sanilac Career Center assisting with the collection and packing of 4, 400 pairs of shoes that will be sent to third world countries. With the help of Funds2Go, the organization that sponsored the shoe drive, they were able to help contribute $1,711.00 to assist in purchasing new playground equipment for the Maple Valley special education program, located in Sandusky.
The Careers in Education Program is taught by Monique Soper and Laura Westbrook.
Displaying their award, left to right are, Holly Kammer (Cros-Lex senior), Taylor Freeland (Brown City junior) and Stormie Schauss (Deckerville senior).
RoboLAB LEGO Summer Camps
|For Boys and Girls Currently in 5th - 8th Grade
Sanilac Career Center
175 E. Aitken Rd
Peck, MI 48466
Beginners Camp: July 11-12
Advanced Camp: July 14-15
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Instructor: Mark Sheler, Sandusky Science Instructor
For more information Click Here
Robolab Registration Form
ONLY 16 Seats Available. Sign up soon!!
To receive a registration form, call or request an e-mail copy of the packet:
810-648-4700 ext. 4209
Autism Awareness 5K Walk/Run
The second annual Autism Awareness 5K and one mile races were held at Diamond Trail in Sandusky on Saturday, April 30th. Over 200 runners and walkers participated and raised funds to support students with Autism throughout Sanilac County.
The overall winner and top male finisher was Adam Snider, and the top female finisher was Kelsey Jensen.
Thanks to our sponsors: Sanilac County Community Mental Health, Culligan, Sanilac County Foster Families, Thumb Elite Athletics, Campbell Architects, Dave Hall Chevrolet, Jerry's Foodland, Minden City Herald, Stone Brothers Farms and Liebler Insurance Agency.
We also wish to thank Miss Sanilac County's Outstanding Teen, Lizzie Wirth, members of Sandusky High School NHS and all of our volunteers, families and friends that came out to recognize Autism Awareness month!
Check out race results at www.roadrunnertiming.com
Tots-N-Teens Preschool Accepting Applications
Sanilac Career Center
Tots-N-Teens Preschool is
currently accepting applications for:
Full Day Preschool 9-2:30
2 Days: $25/week
Morning (9-11)/Afternoon (12:30-2:30) Preschool:
2 Days: $10/week
For more information click here
For an Application form click here
Preschool scholarships are available for qualifying families through the Great Start Collaboration and Sanilac Career Center.
Dates to Remember
Sanilac Career Center Calendar
Special Education Calendar
2016 Honors Night
Student Of The Week
Check our brochure to see when our
Spring classes begin.
Call us for more information at
(810) 648-4700 X 4266
and ask for Mary Fraley.
Click for brochure (PDF)
We are a member of REMC 10