Monthly Archives: May 2018

Friday, June 01, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Students’ Corner

Hyla Shaheri sent us this enlightening comparative quote:

“Don’t let the fear of losing be greater than the excitement of winning!”

DHS Showtime Basketball Summer Camp is calling you

If you are interested in participating in the Dearborn High School Showtime basketball camp this summer, please see Mr. Haddad for an application.

Thursday, May 31, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Future Falcon Football Players Informational Meeting: Wednesday, June 6th

There will be an informational meeting about the 2018 Stout Falcon Football season on Wednesday, June 6th, from 02:35 – 02:55 in the auditorium.  

  • This meeting is only for current 6th and 7th graders who are interested in playing football in the fall of the upcoming school year.
  • At the meeting, you will receive all the tryout and early season practice dates.
  • You will also receive a physical form to be completed by a doctor before the first day of tryouts.
  • You should only come to the meeting if you’re serious about trying out for the team in August.
  • Meeting participants will be held until the end of the day and dismissed from the auditorium at 02:55.

No Tutoring for Ms. Zoratti: Thursday, March 31

There will be no tutoring with Miss Zoratti Thursday, May 31st.  She will be busy meeting her new niece 🙂 Congratulations.

Mrs. Thompson & Mr. Donelson Tutoring ends Friday, June 1st

Please note that Friday, June 1st is the last day of tutoring for both Mrs. Thompson and Mr. Donelson. We hope that you benefited from these lessons.

Express Poultry & Fish Donates to Stout again!

For the 4th year in a row, the Express Poultry and Fish – located 15038 W Warren Ave – has generously donated to our Stout Middle School Wheels Assembly. Both,Mr. Wissam and Mr. Ray Sabra, set a great example of how a business can help the community and be a part of its success and advancement. A BIG THANK YOU from all of us, administrators, staff, and students.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

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National GeoBee 2018 Top 3

Venkat Ranjan of San Ramon, California, an 8th-grader at Windemere Ranch Middle School, took top honors at the 30th annual National Geographic Bee held last week at National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C. The second-place winner was Anoushka Buddhikot an 8th-grader at Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School in Bridgewater, New Jersey. Third place went to Riverwatch Middle School 8th-grader Vishal Sareddy of Suwanee, Georgia.

Congratulations to Venkat, Anoushka, and Vishal, and all the students who competed in this year’s #NatGeoBee!

Watch the final round with your students at natgeobee.org.

Students’ Corner

Sondos Al Shebli assures students at Stout and other schools that:

“Your mistakes don’t define you!”

No Tutoring for Ms. Zoratti: Thursday, May 31

There will be no tutoring with Miss Zoratti this Thursday, May 31st.  She will be busy meeting her new niece 🙂 Congratulations.

TARGET does it again!

For the 4th year in a row, the Dearborn Target store – located 15901 Ford Road – has generously donated to our Stout Middle School Wheels Assembly. The wonderful lady behind this generous donation refused advertising her name, which makes her class act largely admired and more appreciated. This sets a great example of how a business can help the community and be a part of its success and advancement. A BIG THANK YOU from all of us, administrators, staff, and students.

Get Crafty

Look for books, magazines, and Web sites on how to make crafts or build simple models. Have your child pick up something that he or she wants to make. Help your child read and follow the instructions to complete the project.

Play Board Games

Many children’s games involve letters, spelling, and reading. Look for inexpensive ones at thrift stores and tag sales.