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Our friend Sabeha Alnakash has been collecting many smart quotes. here is one of them:
“Don’t complain about things you are not willing to change!”
In other words, put your money where your mouth is!
The Stout Theater Company has been hard at work for several months now, gearing up for our show “The Bullies’ Christmas Carol”. Thursday’s show has been canceled due to the snow day, but we are still on for Friday December 15, 2017. We need your support for us to continue our Theater movement at Stout Middle School. Tonight’s show cancellation means our efforts need to be doubled for our success. An additional show will be scheduled for Tuesday evening, December 19, 2017.
Our young performers have worked really hard and your attendance will encourage them to continue to make success stories.
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Marya Abdallah shared this wonderful quote with all of us:
“If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you!”
Outsiders can help, but “it’s what’s inside that counts.”
By Katie Hetrick For The Press & Guide Dec 12, 2017
New information and possibly new boundary line options are headed to the Dearborn Public School Board after the district held 10 community meetings to discuss potential changes to the high school attendance areas.
A report with information and opinions gathered at the meetings should be presented to the board in January, said retired administrator Hassane Jaafar, who helped spearhead the community meetings…… Continue Reading
The City of Dearborn has declared a snow emergency beginning 9 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13.
All parked vehicles must be removed from streets within city limits to allow snow plows. Vechiles that remain on the streets will be ticketed $80.
Warning sirens will sound at 9 p.m. to announce the snow emergency, according to a release from the City of Dearborn, with a possible second siren at 10 p.m. and a third Thursday morning, as a reminder to remove parked vehicles from the streets.
Parked cars must be kept off the streets until the emergency is over, even if the streets have been plowed.
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A secret Santa left a $2,000 tip at a Scottsdale, Arizona diner. The server says the customer quietly enjoyed his breakfast order. Then added the massive tip to his $17 tab. The anonymous diner had one request. He wrote on the receipt: “Please split with the whole staff. Merry Christmas!”
Everyone working at the time got $200. The server got $400.
Dearborn Police are battling Dearborn Heights Fire Fighters for the welfare of the 2 cities’ kids. Who is going to win the Toys for Tots battle?
If you want to help your city , bring a new unwrapped toy to Dearborn Police Department located at 16099 Michigan Ave. There will be a Greet & Meet with Chief Haddad and many other guests and Marines between 6:00am – 10:00am on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017. Remember that you can call Chief Haddad at (313) 943-2236 and offer your help for this good cause.
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Hager Morshed shared with us yet another wonderful quote.
“Good friends are like stars; you don’t always see them in the sky, but they are always there!!!”
Let our friends twinkle!
The Stout Theatre Company is – and has been – selling tickets for a brand new hoverboard. The raffle will be held on Friday, December 15th. Tickets are still available until that date. Try your luck!
Here it the latest edition of the e3 –“Your Staff Newsletter,” a staff newsletter the Communications Office sends to all 2,300 staff members in the Dearborn Public Schools. Here are just a few items in this issue of YOUR e3 news:
- Introducing “The First Bell” Dearborn Schools city-wide newsletter
- High school boundary information blog provides helpful resources
- Share the history of your family name or a favorite recipe with The Big Read
- Fun photos of staff working with students and families
- Local Shopping & Holiday Events
- Classified ads – you can place one, too!
Click on e3 – Latest Edition to check it out!
Send your items of interest via e-mail to Editor Leslie Herrick at firstname.lastname@example.org or to General communications at email@example.com where you can also sign up for your weekly update.