Here we go again! Click on Bulletin 01-09-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s daily bulletin. Be in the know!
La’Nya Brown thinks that to make a change, you need to lead by example. So she shared with us this wise quote:
“Be the change you want to see in the world.”
I totally agree. Just complaining will not change anything.
All 6th, 7th and 8th grade girls interested in trying out for girls’ basketball team must:
- Sign up with Coach Haddad (counseling office) or Coach Wooton (Room G6)
- Submit a completed Physical Form* by January 26th to one of the coaches.
Tryouts will take place the following week on a date that will be announced later.
*If you have already participated in a Stout sport this school year, you do not need a new physical.
Thanks! Coaches Haddad and Wooton
On Dec. 22, letters were emailed to all students with all the information needed and a link to fill their applications on-line. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE MARCH 31, 2018
The Dearborn Technology & Manufacturing Early College, located on the campus of Henry Ford College, provides students with the opportunity to learn, experience, and achieve the level of education required, not just to get a job, but to start a career in the new technology or manufacturing field. Students can earn both a high school diploma and a two year college degree or earn an associate’s degree – as that could lead to immediate employment. All of this is provided at no cost to students or parents!
Once again, our high school students are putting on the MLK RealDearborn March
. Student organizers took time out of their vacation in order to plan this year’s march. The event will be held on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018 (MLK Day)
at the Dearborn Performing Arts Center.
The march is scheduled to begin at 1:00 PM
and end with brief presentations by students and the mayor.
I would like encourage teachers to offer extra credit to students who participate in the march. Students can take selfies at the march in order to prove attendance or they can sign in with Violet Souweidane at the march. This is a great opportunity for our students to learn about civic engagement and civil rights history. Also, the mayor’s office will once again put together a video of the march. Other schools in the Edsel Ford Feeder Track will also be participating.
Here is the information regarding the RealDearborn march:
|DATE of planned event:
||Monday, January 15, 2018
|Number of attendees:
||Hoping to have 400-500 participants. Event is being planned by students at Edsel Ford HS, Fordson HS, and Dearborn HS. The middle schools are also invited to participate. Smith and Stout have confirmed their commitment to participate in the march. The students are hoping to have Dearborn organizations such as places of worship, Kiwanis, rotary club, league of women’s voters, and veteran’s organizations attend.
|Event START time:
|Event START location:
||Parking lot of the Performing Arts Center.
|Event march route:
||Parking lot of the Performing Arts Center, group will march from center to Michigan avenue, walk west to the Library. Turn around at the Library and return to the Performing Arts Center via the back parking lots. Open mic session starts after the march.
|Event END time:
|| 2:30 PM
||1 1/2 hours
|Anticipated role of Mayor O’Reilly:
5-7 minute presentation that answers the following question:
How has diversity benefited Dearborn?
Stout Theater Company Presents “The Addams Family” on April 19, 20, 21, 2018. A workshop/informational meeting will take place on Tuesday January 9, 2018 after school in the Stout Auditorium. Open Auditions will take place on Thursday, January 11, 2018 after school in the Stout Auditorium.
We are looking for committed and responsible students to take part in this great production.
Good luck to all those who audition!
Here are 10 little known facts about Martin Luther King Jr. provided courtesy of History.com
Click on 10 MLK Facts to read the full article.
There will be no school on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018 to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) was a Baptist minister and social activist who played a key role in the American civil rights movement from the mid-1950s until his assassination in 1968. Explore 10 surprising facts about the civil rights leader and 1964 Nobel Peace Prize winner. He was assassinated on April 4, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee.