~ SPS Survey ~

The Saugatuck Public School District has commissioned EPIC/MRA, an independent survey research firm, to conduct a confidential survey of district residents. The survey will be open for participation from September 14-29. District residents who need their 4-digit passcode (required for participation), those with questions concerning this project, or those who would like to arrange the delivery of a printed copy of the questionnaire to their home, are asked to contact EPIC/MRA at 517-886-0860.
~ SPS Survey ~
Welcome to

Saugatuck Public schools

Upcoming Events

September 27
Walk A Thon
October 18
Homecoming

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Mission Statement:
Prepare Students for Life

Shared Vision:
Support Every Child

We Value:
Every Individual
Integrity
Excellence
Our Community

Goals:
To Provide:
A Personalized Education
A Culture Conducive to Learning
Excellence in Offerings & Delivery
District Strength & Viability

Facility Belief Statement:
SPS will provide current, well-maintained and safe academic, athletic and art facilities.
SPS’s facilities will be operational with current technology and equipment.
SPS will provide facilities that enable us to maintain small class sizes.
When new facilities or major renovations are required, SPS will engage the community in dialogue and solid input from its stakeholders.
When making facility improvement decisions, SPS will demonstrate fiscal responsibility and require administrative accountability.

our schools

Students & Families We Serve!

Douglas Elementary (DES) serves 370 students in grades TK – 5th.  The principal is Mrs. Michaelle Gust.  Our Preschool program is housed in a building adjacent to DES.

SPS Middle School is  a shared building with our high school which serves 200 students grades 6 – 8th.  The principal is Mr. Mark Neidlinger.

SPS High School is  a shared building with our middle school which serves 265 students grades 9 – 12th.  The principal is Mr. Mark Neidlinger.

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