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6th Grade Recommended Supplies List for Academic School Year 2017-2018


  • 1 inch 3 ring binder with pockets and 5 tab dividers- Important to have
  • Pencils- Important  
  • Loose leaf paper- Important  
  • Dry erase board markers- Recommended  
  • Color-coding tools like highlighters, markers, colored pencils etc.- Recommended 
  • Glue stick/scotch tape-Recommended  


  • One inch 3 ring binder- Important  
  • 5 tab dividers- Important  
  • Pencils- Important  
  • At least 100 sheets Loose-leaf paper- Recommended  
  • 1 composition book/spiral notebook- Recommended  

Stout Annual Wheels Assembly

Stout Annual Wheels Assembly was held on Friday, May 19, 2017. Plenty of students were rewarded for their achievements, progress, and improved behavior. Among the awards were 4 bicycles and assorted balls (basketballs, footballs, volleyballs, and soccer balls) from Walmart, Dinner Gift Cards from Express Poultry & Fish, Dessert Gift Cards from Dearborn Sweets, Backpacks from Dearborn Christian Fellowship, Jump Coupons from Sky Zone Trampoline Park, assorted gifts from Target, and many many more.

Stout Boys & Girls Track Teams Finish the Season UNDEFEATED

On Thursday, May 18, 2017, Stout Middle School Boys & Girls Track teams completed their 5th win in a row defeating Lowrey. So, congratulations for finishing the regular season remaining UNDEFEATED!

Their next challenge will come at the All City Meet that takes place at EFHS at 12:00 noon, on Wednesday, May 24!  Come cheer on your fellow Falcon runners after school gets out!

And big congratulations go out to Murad Mohammed, Magide Galab, Mohamed Alzuad, and Connor Rudnicki for breaking the Stout record for the 2 MILE RELAY with a time of 9:56!

Your coaches, teachers, and fellow students are so proud of your successful season! Good luck at City!

Congratulations ‘Stout Spellers’

The 13th Annual Stout Spelling ‘Bee’ was held on Thursday, May 18, 2017. Thirty students from grades 6-8 competed in a 90 minute contest of brains and nerves.  8th grader Zeinab Issa took first place honors and 6th grader Hadeel Mawiri received second place.


Edsel Ford Thunderbird Cheerleading Tryouts: May 22 – May 24

Who:       Edsel Ford Thunderbird Football Cheerleading Squad

What:     Cheerleading tryouts

When:    Monday May 22nd, 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

                   Tuesday May 23rd, 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

                   Wednesday May 24th, 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

  • Please dress appropriately in proper gym/athletic attire.
  • All athletes trying out must have a valid sports physical on file.

See you there!

For more details click Edsel Ford Cheerleader Tryouts to download the PDF file.

Texas Girl Chokes on Fidget Spinner Part

(CNN) Fidget spinners are driving many adults crazy, but one Texas woman is warning about her daughter’s dangerous experience. The mother is sharing her experience in hopes it will serve as a warning to other parents about the choking hazards of the latest toy craze.

A fidget spinner has a stable middle and a disc with two or three paddles that can be spun, much like a ceiling fan, to relax the user.

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This Picasso Painting Sold for $45 Million. Would you buy it?

Femme assise, robe bleu,” a painting by Pablo Picasso, sold for $45 million at a Christie’s auction in New York on May 15, 2017. The painting depicts Dora Maar, one of Picasso’s lovers. It was created on Picasso’s birthday on October 25, 1939.

In 1940, during the German occupation of France, the Nazis confiscated “Femme Assise, Robe Bleu” from Jewish art dealer Paul Rosenberg. According to Christie’s, it was transferred to the German embassy in Paris, then a store house for plundered art, before it was packed up to be transferred to Germany, via Nikolsburg, Moravia (part of the modern Czech Republic) in 1944. However, French resistance soldiers intercepted the painting — along with 63 other Picasso artworks — on a train to Moravia.
A number of Picasso’s works have sold for substantially more. In 2015, his “Les femmes d’Alger (Version ‘O’)” sold for $179 million, setting a new record for an artwork sold at auction, and in 2004, “Garçon à la pipe” (1905) sold for $104 million.
Femme assise, robe bleu” was last for sale in 2011, when it sold for $26 million, so that’s a $19 million profit.

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