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Saugatuck Public Schools offers a community recreation program through a dedicated millage supported by the electorate.  The purpose of the program is to provide a variety of recreational activities, leagues, classes and events for the students and community members served by the district.

CHECK OUT our new online registration process.  It's quick, it's easy and your information is stored from year to year.

Online Registration

To register for Recreation Activities by mail or drop off method, please fill out a Community Rec Registration Form and send it along with payment to:  SPS Community Recreation,  201 Randolph Street, PO BOX 818, Douglas, MI  49406.

We still need sponsors for 6 Little League teams.  If you are able to help out, please download the form below and return to Central Office.  Thank you!

Sponsorship Form 2019

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Best Coastal Small Town One of the most popular resort towns in Michigan's Gold Coast, Saugatuck is known for its B&Bs, art galleries and stunning Lake Michigan shores. This small town's charms include a 19th Century downtown area brimming with shopping opportunities and chic cafes and easy access t...
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The firs is scheduled for Monday, April 22 at 10 am in the Middle-High School Cafeteria the other for Wednesday, April 24, which will begin with a tour of the Douglas Elementary Building at 5:30 pm following by an informational presentation at 6:00 pm.
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As election day approaches May 7th, I would like to take this opportunity to share updated financial facts regarding our new bond proposal that would renovate, refresh and reimagine our schools. The attached financial fact sheet illustrates the proposed changes in the debt millage levy necessary to....
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The new bond proposal reduces the net impact to taxpayers by .6 mills, from a proposed total debt tax rate of 4.76 mills in 2018 to a proposed total debt tax rate of 4.16 mills in 2019.