Monthly Archives: January 2018

Monday, Jan. 29: ½ Day

Today, Monday, Jan. 29, is another ½ day of school. Enjoy.

Games Club Switches to Wednesdays

Starting on Wednesday, January 31st, Games Club will begin meeting on Wednesdays after school in room D-4, instead of on Fridays.  New members are always welcome, as long as they have a signed permission slip.  Permission slips may be picked up from Mr. Melvin’s room, D-4.

Friday, Jan. 26, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Guitar Class Coming to Stout Next Semester!

Stout Middle School will be offering a guitar class during 3rd hour next semester for 7th and 8th graders. 1st hour students need to see their counselor if they are interested.

Stout has a GeoBee Champ for 2017-2018

On Thursday, January 25, 2018, 48 students from 6th, 7th, and 8th grade brought their geographical skills to the Team Meeting Room and battled hard for about 3 hours. After the dust settled, Hasan Abohason emerged as the GeoBee Champ for 2017/2018. The Runner Up, Maha Abubaker gave him a fight to remember and could have been the champion herself if it wasn’t for the very last question. In 3rd position was Khalid Mohamed after a long tie breaker with about 10 other students.

Next step will come next week, when the Champ will try to qualify to the State GeoBee.

Thanks to every student who participated and the appropriate certificates will be distributed when ready.

Thursday, Feb. 25, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Students’ Corner

Jawaher Algalham warns against using rushed and hurtful words;

“Be sure to taste your words before you spit them out!”

Think before you let your words out. You can never take them back!

Michael Berry Career Center College and Career Night: Feb. 15, 2018

The Dearborn Public Schools Career & Technical Education (CTE) Department will host a College and Career Night on Thursday, February 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Michael Berry Career Center, located on the Dearborn Heights Campus at 22586 Ann Arbor Trail in Dearborn Heights.

All Dearborn middle and high school students, along with their families, are invited to attend and explore exciting programs available to prepare them for life after high school, how to get into college, how college works, and how to best prepare for the in-demand, high-paying jobs of tomorrow.

At the College and Career Night:

  • Meet MBCC staff and students, tour the building and learn about Career and Technical Education programs in Health Science, Culinary Arts, Digital Design and Media, Business and Computers.
  • Teachers from all Dearborn High School, Edsel Ford and Fordson will be on hand to talk about the CTE classes available to students as electives.
  • Representatives from Henry Ford College and several other colleges will be on hand to discuss college credit for high school coursework (articulated credit), college applications, financial aid and what to expect after graduation.
  • Local businesses will share information about the current job market and how to best prepare for current job openings.
  • Members of local skilled trades organizations will talk about how to receive high-tech training and get a great paying job, without college loans and debt.
  • Counselors and CTE staff will discuss the Michigan Merit Curriculum and how CTE classes may meet some graduation requirements.
  • Various student organizations will be present to talk about student leadership, competition, and how to apply classroom learning to the real world.
  • Dearborn Adult and Community Education will be available to discuss GED, ESL and training classes available to all Dearborn residents.

For more information, contact Mr. John Bayerl, CTE/Perking Supervisor, Michael Berry Career Center at (313) 827-4808 or email Bayerlj@dearbornschools.org.

You can download the MBCC College & Career Night 2-15-18 from here.

Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Boys Swim Tryouts are coming up!

Heads up! Boys Swim Tryouts are coming up! If you’d like to try out please come sign up with Mrs. Fernandes in room D1. Tryout dates will be announced in Monday’s bulletin.

Coffee with Stout Principal at Maples: WEdnesday, Jan. 24, 2018

The Stout Middle School Leadership Committee partnering with Maples Elementary School will be holding a “Coffee with the Principal” tomorrow, Wednesday, January 24th, in the cafeteria of Maples Elementary School located at 6801 Mead St, Dearborn, starting at exactly 2:30 p.m, where a variety of topics will be presented such as Restorative Practices,  School Parent Compact, PTA, Checking grades on PC, Tardies, etc. We hope that you will all be able to join us.  Again, our meeting is tomorrow, Wednesday, January 24th, in the cafeteria of Maples Elementary School located at 6801 Mead St, Dearborn, starting at exactly 2:30 p.m.  We are looking forward to seeing you soon.

Arabic copy of the Invitation to Coffee with the principal of Stout middle School

Future dates and locations will be announced later. We strongly encourage and welcome all parents to attend.

Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Important Changes to the Detentions/Behavior Interventions

Starting on Thursday, February 1st, ALL after school detentions/behavior interventions will be held in the Cafeteria from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. by Mr. Lambdin. Please do NOT report to Mrs. Crechiolo’s room.  Thank you.  Mr. Lambdin and Mrs. Crechiolo

Students’ Corner

Haidar Almawla wanted to clarify his position of winning and losing;

“An honorable loss is better than a dishonorable Win!”

Very true Haidar. Cheating is never the right thing to do!

Students’ Corner

Ghayth Algalham wanted to motivate us using this quote:

“Don’t let failure be an ending. Make it a beginning!”

Let us learn from our failures. We learned walking from falling down.