Click on Bulletin 10-18-2017 to view, print, or download your copy of Stout daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into our school!
We’ve been working really hard to improve the overall building climate at Stout for both students and staff by focusing on building empathy, reducing social isolation, and eliminating bullying. The lessons and activities in our weekly Advisory meeting have helped to create awareness among students and staff and have helped to begin a dialogue about the role we all play in making positive changes a reality.
On Friday, October 20, 2017, Stout will participate with 2,000 schools nationwide in “Know Your Classmates” day. We are honored that Beyond Differences, the organization behind “Know Your Classmates” day, and several other guests will be visiting Stout to see our students in action. Beyond Differences will share the important work we have been doing here at Stout via news conference on Friday.
We are proud of the work that Stout is accomplishing and glad we have such a great opportunity to share our success. Watch for us as we make such positive news and visit:
Click on Bulletin 10-17-2017 to view, print, or download your copy of Stout daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into our school!
The basketball season is almost upon us. If you are planning on trying out, you will need to have a physical on file. If you already have a completed physical for football, you will not need another one for basketball. All tryouts will be held after school from 3:00 – 4:50 and will be held in the gym. Activity buses will take you home at 5:00. You must have a 2.0 grade point average for the 1st card marking to be able to tryout. The first card marking ends on Friday, November 3rd.
6th grade tryouts: Friday, November 10th
7th grade tryouts: Wednesday, November 15th
8th grade tryouts: Thursday, November 16th
For more info, please see Coaches Haddad and Hool
In its effort to strengthen community ties among students, and in preparation for Friday’s, Oct. 20, “Know Your Classmates Day“, students and staff in their FIRST HOUR CLASSES will be asked to respond to a different question each day TUESDAY through THURSDAY. Responses will be written on labels and worn throughout the day.
Beginning Tuesday, either at the start or at the end of FIRST HOUR CLASS, teachers will display the question for that day. It will take approximately 5-7 minutes to complete the task each day. Students should write in either pen or marker so that the response can be easily read.
As students pass in the hallways or enter their classes each hour, teachers will take a moment to comment or discuss what the students have written, share their responses, and encourage students to begin discussions with other students and staff on their own.
To better understand the school’s effort, Click Getting to Know One Another to download Mrs. Marla Wiacek presentation.
When: Friday October 27th
Time: 12:00 – 10:00 pm
Where: Wayback Burger
22000 Ford Rd, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
*Please make sure to tell the Wayback Burger staff that you are there for the Stout Fundraiser.
“There is no elevator to success. You have to take the stairs!”
Ghayth will get his choice of za’atar, cheese, meat, or spinach pie delivered to his classroom.
Click on Bulletin 10-16-2017 to view, print, or download your copy of Stout daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into our school!
BOB (Battle of Books) is back! It’s time to register for the 2017-2018 Battle of the Books. Please see your Language Arts teacher or visit the Media Center to pick up a registration form. You have until Friday October 20th to form your book clubs, and get a staff sponsor. Please visit the Media Center this Thursday, Oct. 19th or Friday, Oct. 20th to submit your registration form and receive a schedule from Mrs. Acker. Happy reading!
Click on Bulletin 10-13-2017 to view, print, or download your copy of Stout daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into our school!
For the past several years, 7th grade students from Dearborn have been able to participate in the Religious Diversity Journeys program with 7th graders from other local school districts. The Religious Diversity Journeys program allows students to learn about people of different faiths through field trips to churches, mosques, synagogues, temples, and other places of worship. 7th graders interested in participating in the program may pick up an applications from the office. Student applying should be in good academic standing (no D’s or E’s). Applications need to be returned to the office no later than Friday, October 20th.
Students, staff, parents, and community members are invited to attend these community forums that will provide information on the proposed boundary line changes for Dearborn, Edsel Ford, and Fordson High Schools. Those in attendance will be able to share their thoughts, offer constructive feedback, and help the Board of Education in its decision making process. The same information will be presented at each forum allowing parents and other community members to attend any meeting that is convenient for their schedule. Parents with children at the elementary level can attend any one of the boundary changes forums at any location.
The Stout Forum will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 06, 2017. Here is the full schedule:
|Fordson High School||Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017||6:00 pm|
|Edsel Ford High School||Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017||6:30 pm|
|Dearborn High School||Tuesday, Nov. 02, 2017||6:30 pm|
|Stout Middle Schools||Monday, Nov. 06, 2017||6:30 pm|
|Lowrey Middle School||Wednesday, Nov. 08, 2017||6:30 pm|
|Woodworth Middle School||Friday, Nov. 17, 2017||6:30 pm|
|Salina Intermediate||Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2017||6:30 pm|
|Smith Middle School||Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017||6:30 pm|
|Unis Middle School||Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017||6:30 pm|
|Bryant Middle School||Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017||6:30 pm|
For More Information, you can:
Call: (313) 827-3006