Monthly Archives: September 2017

Monday, Oct. 02, 2017 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Students’ Corner

Musleh Mothana, a 6th grader, had this quote to share with us:

“Go forward and you will find yourself!”

Determination my friends is a key component for success

Free Preventive Dental Services Rescheduled

The free preventive dental services at Stout Middle School to help maintain students’ teeth health have been rescheduled to Friday, Jan. 25, 2018 because we didn’t get enough students to sign in. Please visit Mr. Sabra, who will print the form for you. You can also pick up the form from the main office any time between 7:00 am and 3:00 pm.

Friday, Sept. 29, 2017 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Blue Shirt Day: Monday, Oct. 02, 2017

We are having a Blue Shirt Day on Monday, Oct. 02 in our effort to stand against Bullying. By wearing a blue shirt, we are letting everyone know that we are UPSTANDERS who do not tolerate or accept Bullying.

Volleyball Team looking for Managers

Attention 6th Grade Girls: the volleyball team is still looking for a couple of managers. If you are interested, please see Mr. HADDAD.

Congratulations to Our Girls Volleyball Team

Our Grade 7 and grade 8 Girls Volleyball Teams have won their games against Lowrey by a score of 2-1. The games were played on Wednesday, Sept. 27. Go Girls!

Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Students’ Corner

Jawaher Algalham, an 8th grader, had this happy quote to share with us:

“Whatever you try, make sure it makes you happy.”

I agree and would like to add, “and is appropriate.”

Blue or Green Day: Friday, Oct. 6

Students and staff are asked and encouraged to show their true colors and wear their Michigan or Michigan State gear in honor of the game on Friday, Oct. 6th. On that day, wear blue (or gold) to make the green feel the blues, or green to make the blue feel the bile!

Dearborn Big Read wants your input

The Dearborn Big Read has been launched and it has something for everyone. Publish a recipe or have your family story videoed and included as part of local history. Many events will be held to celebrate What’s In A Name?, which is a book by Jhumpa Lahiri.

Local book clubs have offered to host book talks about this book and these are included in the grant that the Dearborn Public Library received to fund the third Dearborn Big Read.

The flyers below invite you to participate. if you work with students, there are many authentic connections which could align with curriculum in several subject areas.

Big Read 2017-18 English Flyer

Big Read 2017-18 Arabic Flyer

Chatting with the Superintendent, Dr. Maleyko

On September 26. 2017, Dearborn Public Schools Communication Office issued this press release Chatting with Superintendent.

Dr. Maleyko stressed that the conversation will be driven by those in attendance and focus on topics related to individual schools or the District as a whole.  Parents who may want to discuss an individual student should arrange to meet privately with the principal of the school or the child’s teacher.

Chatting With The Superintendent- Schedule of Meetings

October 23, 2017 November 6, 2017
Edsel Ford High School McCollough-Unis K-8 School
Staff- 2:30 p.m. Staff- 3:00 p.m.
Parents- 6:00 p.m. Parents- 4:30 p.m.
January 22, 2018 February 5, 2018
Dearborn High School Geer Park Elementary
Staff- 3:30 p.m. Staff- 4:00p.m.
Parents- 6:30 p.m. Parents- 5:00 p.m.
March 19, 2018 April 23, 2018
Michael Berry Career Center O.L. Smith Middle School
Staff- 2:15 p.m. (MBCC) Staff- 3:00 p.m.
Parents- 5:30 p.m. Parents- 6:00 p.m.
Staff- 3:40 p.m. (STEM)
Parents- 5:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2017 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Your September 2017 Issue of e3

The school year is well underway and so is another year of e3 –“Your Staff Newsletter.”

e3 is the Staff Newsletter that the Communications Office sends to all 2,300 staff members in the Dearborn Public Schools. You’ll find important news, highlights of school activities, fun photos, and links to helpful resources and flyers about District events and community activities that may interest you, your students or your school community. We also feature classified ads in e3,  your chance to sell “gently used items” you may no longer need.

We encourage you to send items of interest to Editor Leslie Herrick, or to the general communications email box at

Just a few items in this issue of YOUR e3 news:

  • First Day photos and welcome message from Superintendent Glenn Maleyko
  • Wellness Fair & Flu Shots, Wednesday, Oct. 4
  • AAUW Book Sale, Sept. 28-Oct. 1
  • Smoke on The Grill, Thursday, Sept. 28
  • Premier Discount Card for Senior Residents
  • Free Professional Development Sessions
  • SURA Arts Academy for Youth
  • Wear a Blue Shirt Day to Stand Against Bullying, Monday, Oct. 2
  • Fordson High School Chamber Choir Performing with National Arab Orchestra, Oct. 1
  • And more!

Click here to check it out!

Religious Diversity Journeys 

Religious Diversity Journeys continues to grow! For the 2017-2018 academic year more than 700 7th graders in Michigan will benefit from immersive educational journeys in churches, mosques, synagogues and temples. This year there are 5 distinct groups (cohorts) of students, representing more than one dozen public school districts and about seven private schools.  Specifically, for our district, approximately 50 seventh graders will participate in the journeys.

We want to continue to highlight that the main purpose of these journeys is to teach our students about others and for them to understand that many commonalities exist that connect us to one another in positive ways.

For more about the Religious Diversity Journeys program, please view this informational video:

Interested 7th grade students can pick up an application packet from Mr. Haddad in the counseling office.