Welcome to the mid November issue of your e3 newsletter for all Dearborn Public School employees.
This issue features:
- Mattress sale this weekend, Sunday, Nov. 18, for Edsel Ford performing arts program
- Stout Theater Company presents “The Greatest Showcase” tonight, Friday, Nov. 16
- Empty Bowls is Monday, Nov. 19 from 4 to 6:30 p.m.
- Beaumont is planning a new mental health hospital on the former Howe school site.
- Dearborn’s annual Tree Lighting and Sing Along is Monday, Dec. 3
- Orangetheory and Dell offering employee discounts
See all this and more in the Nov. 16 e3 newsletter.
This is what Lena Safi wanted to share with us about friends:
“Always, Always, Always, your best friends leave the school and leave you alone, but they still love you and you still love them.”
Students can buy their copy of the Falcon Flyer’s November issue for $1.00 at breakfast or at lunch. We will sell copies November 14th through November 20th. There are 14 pages of comics, memes, sports, crafts, recipes, and more! Students who purchase a copy may enter the contests on the back page by reading the newspaper and answering the quiz questions or by completing the word search. Once they cut out their slip, turn it in at breakfast or lunch, they will be entered for our contests. Prizes are in the showcase by the main office.
Dear parents / guardians
As we all know, bullying is a significant problem in schools. It takes its toll on students, and plenty of time and resources are spent dealing with it instead of learning. That’s why parents should make time to attend this event.
Where: Stout Middle School
Date: Tuesday, Nov. 27th, 2018
Time: 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Contact: Faiza Nasser at (313) 827-4600 or (313) 827-4615.
I was walking in one of the school’s halls when I noticed 3 students walking and talking in such harmony. I couldn’t help asking them if I could take a picture and post it on our school’s blog. They asked me why, and I explained that their three natural hair colors – blonde, black, and red – reminded me of how diverse this country is. I thought to myself that these three kids were so much at ease with each other: no tension or animosity, just the way it was meant to be.
Other students saw that happening and asked why was I taking the picture. I told them that I just wanted to show that although we were created in different shades and colors, harmony was intended to govern our coexistence. I asked them to keep that in mind as they grow up and not let adults change this concept. So now more kids wanted to be in the picture.
Looking good kiddos! Keep it going…
Keep the good work kiddos!
Hager Morshed is the winner of the Students’ Corner pie for sharing this quote:
“Don’t cry over the past; it’s gone. Don’t stress over the future; it hasn’t arrived yet. Live in the present and Make it BEAUTIFUL!”
Please let Mr. Sabra know your preference of za’atar, cheese, meat, or spinach pie!
Click on Bulletin 11-14-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.
Dearborn Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Glenn Maleyko has been named the Superintendent of the Year by the Michigan Association of School Administrators (MASA). Chris Wigent, Executive Director of MASA and Randy Liepa, Superintendent, Wayne RESA, delivered the good news to Maleyko at the Monday, Nov. 12 Board of Education meeting. Please continue reading…
Click on Bulletin 11-13-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.
Haila Mohsen knows that, even on a good day, life is a challenge, so she shared this quote with us:
“Never give up because life is challenging!”
Who: Stout Theatre Company
What: The Greatest Showcase
When: 7:00 pm, Friday Nov. 16th
Where: Stout Middle School auditorium.
All are welcome, so bring your moms, dads, relatives, and friends to enjoy an evening of entertainment.