Click Bulletin 05-01-2017 to download Monday, May 1st, 2017 Stout Daily Bulletin. Be in the know!
We will be having intramural basketball for 6th graders on Monday, May 8th. If you are interested in participating, please make a team of 6-8 kids and turn in the list to Mr. Haddad in room F4 by Wednesday, May 3rd. Eight teams will be selected to play. We will play after school from 3:00-4:50p.m. Activity buses will be able to take you home at 5:00 p.m. You must have a 2.0 GPA to participate. Coach Haddad
Stout Boys and Girls Track Team defeated Unis on Thursday, April 27th! On top of that, 8th grader, Taylor Smith broke a 27 year old shot put record!
Here’s the latest edition of YOUR e3 Dearborn Public Schools employee enews chock full of details about events you won’t want to miss and highlights of happenings in our schools over the past few weeks. Such as….
- WDHS Film Fest at The Center April 27 & 28
- Brigadoon at Edsel Ford April 27-30
- Color-A-Thon Run at Edsel Ford May 5
- Batman, Blue Hands, and Robots at our schools
- A Look Back at March is Reading Month activities
- Art & Performances by 600 District Students at Youth Arts Festival
- Green Tie Dinner & Impact Awards May 16
- 25+ Club Banquet May 19…Get Tickets by May 5
- Teacher of the Year Awards May 24
- Antique appraisal at the Museum on Saturday
- Activities around town for kids, families and you!
Plus…Check out the variety of items for sale in the Classified Ads!
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As you all know by now, Stout Annual Spelling ‘B’ will be held on Thursday, May 18th. What you do not know are our contestants’ names. But no worries, the secret is revealed.
Good Luck and may the best boy/girl win! Thanks – Mr. Bennett
The ACCESS Youth and Education Department is excited to announce the launching of the ACCESS Explorers Summer Camp, a unique program that aims to provide high-quality literacy and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) based activities in an educational and safe environment for elementary-level, Dearborn Public School students. Open enrollment begins May 1st through May 5th at Henry Ford Elementary. After May 5th, families may submit their forms to ACCESS Headquarters at 2651 Saulino Ct. Dearborn, 48120. The Summer Camp will take place at Henry Ford Elementary.
The ACCESS Explorers Summer Camp is an indoor/outdoor exploration experience led by highly qualified staff. The camp will feature weekly themes such as robotics, environmental discovery, science lab experiments and the arts.
Click Bulletin 04-27-2017 to download Thursday, April 26th, 2017 Stout Daily Bulletin. Be in the know.
On Wednesday, April 26th, 2017, Stout students who took part in the Math League Contest , and scored more than 15 points, enjoyed a feast of pizza. A big thank you goes to Mr. Mike Bonser from Dearborn Christian Fellowship for donating pizzas our contestants. Mr. Bonser previously donated pizzas for those who participated in the Geo-Bee contest.
It is that time of the year again to test out of a world language. Applications are available at the counseling office (Mr. Tindall’s office for those who do not know). Pick up your application, fill it in, and return it to Mr. Tindall before Friday, May 5th, 2017.
“Never wrestle with a pig. You’ll both get dirty, but the pig likes it.”
In other words, don’t let others drag you down to their level.
Click Bulletin 04-26-2017 to download Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Stout Daily Bulletin. Be in the know!
When we were kids, we all dreamt of having a magical lantern or lamp. The Genie would appear and all of a sudden the Ds or Es on our report cards change to As. He/she will find our missing assignments, complete the incomplete, and get the teachers to call our parents with every shade of praise and compliments. Our basketball throws will hit no rims and we will have an abundance of touchdowns. We wouldn’t need crowded buses as each and every one of us will have his/her magical flying carpet to transfer him/her to school. Better yet, the Genie can close the school anytime we felt like it. In brief, we were all Aladdins.
Now back to reality! Last week, the only Aladdins in town were Rashid Baydoun and his partner in crime, Jim Walters. They had released more Genies than Larry Hagman did in the TV series, I Dream of Jeanie. The cast (students we knew on a daily basis) entertained and showed the potential that many of them have! They tricked us into forgetting their “mischief” and their “not so perfect” behavior. We clapped for them instead of asking them to sit down in their proper seats, complete their assignments, and focus! Well, they looked pretty “focused” during the play and used their energy to charm and entertain. They memorized their lines better than their equations and formulas. If only we could transfer some of that energy and concentration into their classes, we would be flying on a magical carpet towards the wonderful gardens of Academia!
Walmart Supercenter, located at 39500 Ford Rd, Canton, has just donated 4 brand new bicycles to Stout Middle School. The two 22” and two 24” (2 for boys and 2 for girls) will be awarded to 4 of our students (2 boys and 2 girls) at our annual Wheels Assembly in recognition for good academics and behavior.
Store manager Jacquelyn Finch and assistant manager Elias Nasrallah have always been very kind and supportive of our students and community. Their support is an example of how businesses should work with communities and schools to offer incentives and encouragement for kids to value education and good manners. Stout administration, staff, and students are very thankful and appreciative.
Now, do you want to win one of these bicycles?
Here is a clue: Good Behavior and / or Good Marks.