Our Collaborative Positive Storytelling Voice

I am pleased to announce that Saginaw ISD’s new website and mobile app are now available for you to explore! Since late 2020, we partnered with Apptegy and have been working to implement a new customer service experience that focuses on authenticity, real-time content sharing, and user-friendliness. This upgrade includes a robust communications tool, called Thrillshare, that allows content to be shared in real-time simultaneously across multiple platforms including our homepage and social media accounts. This transition sets the foundation for our future as we begin to enhance our positive storytelling campaign throughout Saginaw ISD, Saginaw County, and the Great Lakes Bay Region. In the spirit of collaboration, I am also pleased to announce the creation of the Saginaw County Instructional Leadership Council comprised of representatives from districts throughout the county. Together this team will reimagine instruction and classroom learning models as we look to the Fall 2021-2022 school year.  

I encourage you all to explore our new website at www.sisd.cc and download the free mobile app available on Google Play or the Apple App Store.  

Yours in Education,
Jeffrey Collier, Superintendent



2020 Certificate of Excellence
21 Years of Excellent Financial Reporting

The Association of School Business Officials International honored Saginaw ISD for its exemplary Comprehensive Annual Financial Report by awarding the educational agency with the 2020 Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting (COE).

Congratulations Andrea Wise
March Orange Spot Recipient

Congratulations to Andrea Wise our March Orange Spot Recipient! Andrea was nominated by Superintendent Jeffrey Collier and says, "Andrea and her team did an awesome job - both with communication and with scheduling logistics - to provide vaccine opportunities for our staff in coordination with the Saginaw County Health Department and providers. Thank you!"


Teacher Appreciation Week
Thanking Saginaw ISD Teachers

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! The Saginaw ISD Superintendent, Board of Education, and staff proudly honor all teachers and educators for their hard work and dedication to making a difference for students, families, and communities. For Teacher Appreciation Week, select restaurants and retail stores are honoring their educators with discounts and freebies May 3-9. Check with local retailers near you to make sure they're participating, too.

Congrats Amy Wassmann
Recipient of the Harrison Award

Saginaw ISD Whole Child Programs Director, Amy Wassmann, is the recipient of the 2021 Harrison Award from the Michigan Model for Health State Steering Committee. This prestigious annual award honors an individual who has made a significant and lasting contribution to school health education in Michigan. Congratulations Amy!


Congrats Cheldora Haynes
3rd Grade Teacher, Bridgeport-Spaulding

Join us in congratulating Cheldora Haynes on being named Michigan's Region 4 Teacher of the Year! She is also our Educator Spotlight. Her nominator said, "Mrs. Haynes is truly a humble teacher-servant who knows no boundaries for her students and families. She wears her heart, soul, & love of teaching on her sleeve."




Black Out Poetry Nights
Designed for 3rd-5th Graders

Join the Saginaw Art Museum in partnership with Saginaw ISD and the READ Association of Saginaw County for Black Out Poetry Nights. Designed for grades 3-5, the event will be held at the Saginaw Art Museum on June 17th and July 15th from 6-8 p.m.


Manufacturing Summer Camp
Calling All 9th-11th Grade Students

Registration is open for the Prime Manufacturing Summer Camp taking place June 14-17 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Saginaw Career Complex or Hemlock High School! For $10.00, 9th-11th grade students can engage in hands-on learning experiences that relate to engineering, manufacturing, 3D design, machining, & welding.


Autism Awareness Month
Transitions Center Staff Celebrate

Last month, the Transitions Center staff celebrated Autism Awareness Month. Autism Awareness Month focuses on sharing stories and providing opportunities to increase understanding and acceptance of people with autism.

March Newsletter

In March, we shared a lot of powerful stories. Scott Sawyer, Joshua Hook, Mr. Jeff Dukes, Lisa Coney, Flo Thompson, and Sally Howell were honored. In addition to these recognitions, we shared information on March is Reading Month, preschool enrollment, $300,000 Tri-Share Child Care Grant, and more!

February Newsletter

In February, we shared a lot of great news. Dr. Katherine Ellison, Lisa Coney, Monica Terry, Brandi Meyers, and Jenny Geno were featured. Also shared, were grant opportunities, Black History Month, CTE Month, and more!