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The 2nd annual Mother/Daughter Tea brought to you by Dearborn High, Edsel Ford, and Fordson student leadership group will take place on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 from 6:30pm – 8:30pm at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center.
Hurry, tickets are limited but seats are still available.
$10 single ticket, $20 couple, $75 table of eight
For more information or to purchase tickets call Ms. Rumler @ 313-827-1628. Tea Flyer 2017 has more information.
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This corner is starting to look like a competition between Marya Abdallah, Ghayth Algalham, Hadeel Almawiri, and Sabeha Alnakash. We are inviting more students into this. Send us your quotes and join the fray!
Here is Marya Abdallah’s latest quote:
“Teachers can open the books for you, but you must enter yourself!”
I totally agree with this accurate quote. Teachers can help, but only if you help yourself!
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If you are not satisfied with your picture you need to bring the order package, untouched and present it to the photographer on the day of Picture Retake November 3rd in the auditorium.
If you wish to buy your picture on November 3rd, please come down to the office and pick up an order form. A schedule for the picture retake will be emailed to the building next week. If you need more information please see Ms. Sareini.
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Our sixth graders will present their first concert on Wednesday, November 15 at 6:00 pm. Please plan to join us if possible and support our newest musicians.
On Wednesday, Oct. 25, our 7th Grade Girls Volleyball Team won their last game of the season to end up with a 7 – 3 record, and most importantly be crowned as the City’s Champs. Stout is proud of you girls!
Students may dress APPROPRIATELY for Halloween on Tuesday, Oct. 31. Any costumes must be consistent with the Dress Code Policy and MAY NOT interfere with the learning process or the teaching in the classroom.
The following rules must be followed:
- No Plastic or prop weapons of any kind
- No Masks
- No Make-up
- No Hats or Wigs
- No Costumes that are revealing
- Skirts and shorts must meet the fingertip length rule
- Nothing offensive
- Nothing distracting
- No fake (or real) blood
Any violators will be asked to change or be sent home.
Due to the whole clown thing, we do not allow costumes. We don’t really celebrate Halloween at Middle School. We just allow our students to show a little Halloween spirit if they so choose, but that’s it.
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Oops!!! I’ve posted the wrong picture and name. This is the Real and improved Hadeel Mawiri who shared these lyrics from a song by the Beyond the Scene (BTS) band:
“Kill them with success, bury them with a smile!”
What she meant was that the best revenge you can have is succeeding and smiling back at doubters.
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