Slauson Middle School

Home of The Golden Bears

Slauson Office 734-994-2004


  • Welcome to Slauson Middle School

    Slauson Mission Statement

    We are committed to educational excellence, the development of self-esteem, and the cultivation of academic and social skills in a safe and supportive environment where respect for individual differences and the rights of others guides school behavior.



    On behalf of the Slauson staff, Mrs. Anglin and I want to welcome all of our students and parents to Slauson for the 2016/17 school year. We want to invite ALL new students and parents to our PTSO sponsored:



    Tuesday, August 30, 2016

    5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

    During the Open House, students, and parents may: 

    • Tour the building
    • See the remodeled Rec Room
    • See the remodeled Project Lead the Way labs
    • Meet teachers
    • Update PowerSchool information
    • Turn in all paperwork that will be mailed the week of August 22
    • Practice opening lockers

     Please Note:  Student schedules and locker assignments will not be available at this time.  On the first day of school students will report to their 1st hour to receive this information. 1 st Hour teachers and student names will be posted throughout the main entrance hallways on the first day of school.








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