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Students’ Corner

Another excellent quote from one of our students. Malak Beydoun wants us to enjoy the happy momments while they happen rather than fell sad that they have ended.

“Don’t be sad that it ended. Be happy that it happened!”

Good things – and bad things – do end, so enjoy the happy moments and wait for the bad ones to vanish!

Thanksgiving Myths!

The Mayflower brought the group of English settlers now known as the Pilgrims to North America. Leaving England in the fall of 1620, the Pilgrims were attempting to land near the mouth of the Hudson River, but instead ended up in Cape Cod Harbor. Plymouth, the colony established there by the Pilgrims in 1621, became the first permanent European settlement in New England. The story of the Pilgrims and their harvest feast has since become one of best-known in American history, but you may not know it as well as you think. Discover the facts behind these well-known Thanksgiving myths! Continue Reading

Support the Battle Against Hunger

Please help Edsel Ford in our Battle Against Hunger!  We’ve come together this year with Fordson and Dearborn to try and collect 100,000 cans as a district. Each high school and its feeders are competing to see who can collect the most.
Please help us make this happen. If you donate money today, Gleaners will match it. So every $1 = 3 meals!! Every dollar/can counts. Put it on blogs or share it with friends and family. Help us spread the word!
Just click the link below, select Edsel Ford, and select the amount you would like to donate. Thank you for supporting us and helping hungry families in the local area!

Recognize the Dangers of Meth on Children And Families

A resurgence of methamphetamine use has public health and safety officials worried, even as the opioid crisis shows no signs of letting up. According to recent reports, methamphetamine overdose rates rival those caused by prescription painkillers, such as hydrocodone and oxycodone, in some regions of the country.

As you know, it’s crucial that parents, educators, and other community members recognize the serious dangers associated with methamphetamine and stay vigilant in keeping this drug from ruining more lives. Continue Reading

Stout Annual Canned Food Drive

This year’s Food Drive will be an effort by the entire city of Dearborn.  We will be collecting non-perishable food and money contributions beginning Monday, Nov, 13th until Friday, Nov.17th. Students should bring their donations as follows:

6th graders:                to Mr. Donelson in D-2

7th graders:               to Mr. Serazio in G-6

8th. Graders:             to Mr. Bennett in H-6

Please give generously to help feed the hungry. Last year Stout collected over two thousand cans! Let’s beat that.

Students’ Corner

This is what Mohamad Alyasiry, one of Stout students, wanted to share with us:

“If you focus on results you’ll never change, but if you focus on change you’ll get results!”

We all need to adapt and change to achieve our goals and results.


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