Autism Awareness 5K Walk/Run
Sanilac County Autism Awareness 5K Walk/Run (1mile Kids)
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Start of 5K race: 9:30 a.m.
Start of kid’s 1Mile: 9:00 a.m.
Location: Maple Valley
138 Maple Valley St
Registration form click here or visit Facebook at Sanilac County Autism Awareness 5K Walk/Run
*Funds raised will go towards playground equipment at Maple Valley ISD and to support students with Autism Spectrum Disorder throughout Sanilac County.
Attention: Former SCC Students
Dear Former Student:
If you completed a program at the Career Center in the last two years, in the coming weeks you could be receiving a call from someone at the Sanilac Career Center to see what you have been up to. It will only take a couple minutes of your time and all information will be kept confidential. By doing this you will help us improve our programs and services.
To be contacted by email for this survey or to report a phone/address change please contact Tracy Navarro at email@example.com or (810) 648-4700x4233.
Thank you and best wishes.
Students Advance to SkillsUSA State Competitions
Students Advance to SkillsUSA State Competitions
Sanilac Career Center Careers in Education students (instructed by Monique Soper) took 4th place at the SkillsUSA Regional competitions at Delta College; Left to right- Kristina Lee, Maria Vallee, and Autumn Bloomfield (Croswell-Lexington) competed in the community service project for raising awareness for the need for foster families in Sanilac County. Hannah Coleman (Sandusky) pictured to the far right, placed 2nd in the Preschool Teaching Assistant competition. All four students advance to the state finals in Grand Rapids April 17th.
Welcome to the Hub
|Welcome to The Hub! Students of Sanilac ISD Special Education programs have recently opened a school store called The Hub. The store is ran by students and all products sold in the store are made by students in Career Technical programs at the Sanilac Career Center. Working at The Hub has proven to be a great experience for students to increase vocational skills including communicating with customers, operating a cash register, counting money, and stocking shelves. Students working in the store, from left to right, are Anthony Shagene of Sandusky and Shawn Pratt of Marlette.
Celebrate National Reading Month
March is National Reading Month. According to the Michigan State University Extension Office, Michigan ranks 43 out of the 50 states in meeting national reading standards by the fourth grade, and, reading proficiently by the end of the third grade can be a “make or break benchmark” in a child’s educational development. In an effort to improve these statistics, many Sanilac County physician offices and the healthcare entities promote and support various literacy projects and educational presentations, such as the ABC’s of Early Literacy and Reach Out and Read®.
MSUE and Great Start Sanilac have partnered with the local Reach Out and Read office sites to host "The ABC’s of Early Literacy". This is a hands-on workshop that includes activities which can be used in daily interactions with young children. Literacy development begins at birth and is important to pre-reading or emergent literacy skills. This type of brain development sets the stage for learning to read when the child enters Kindergarten. During this workshop attendees can learn more about why early literacy development is so important and how you can help very young children become successful readers. The ABC’s of Early Literacy workshop will be held on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at the Sanilac Career Center. This program is free, but pre-registration is required. It starts at 5:30 p.m. and child care is included.For more information, and to register, call 810-648-2200, ext. 4108 or 810-648-2515, ext. 307. Click here for the flyer
Reach Out and Read®is an evidence-based nonprofit organization of medical providers who promote early literacy and school readiness in pediatric exam rooms nationwide by giving new books to children and advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud. It is designed so every child age 6 months through 4 years gets a new book at each of their well child examinations. The physician incorporates reading the book into the exam. This interaction is an assessment tool that is used at various stages of development of a child, and assists in assessing social interaction, expressions, reaching and grasping, and recognition of shapes, colors, animals etc.; whatever the subject of the books.
Area offices promoting and supporting these very important projects are Sanilac County Health Department, Deckerville Healthcare Services office of Bassam Afaneh MD and Lori Nugent PA-C; McKenzie Health Systems Croswell Medical Clinic, office of Matthew Gormley MD and Nichole Liccardello NP; Austin Street Clinic, office of Carrie Eugester NP; and Peck Medical Center, office of Erin Roberts NP. You can find out more information on Reach Out and Read®at www.reachoutandread.org. To make a donation locally, contact one of the offices above and ask about the Reach Out and Read®program.
Dates to Remember
Sanilac Career Center Calendar
Special Education Calendar for Programs located at Sanilac Career Center
Special Education Calendar for Programs located in Sandusky Buildings
2014 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