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Dearborn Schools City-wide Student Art Show Runs ‘til May 29

The 2018 Dearborn Public Schools City-Wide Student Art Show is free and open to the public through May 29 at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center. The show features an impressive variety of creative work by students in elementary through high school from across the city.

A special feature of the Student Art Show is an impressive array of art by four high school seniors: Fatima Taj From Fordson High School, Gina Bertini from Dearborn High School, Lauren West from Edsel Ford High School, and Markie Grygorcewicz from Michael Berry Career Center.

The student artwork can be viewed in the lobby at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center, 15801 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, during regular hours of operation and in the Padzieski Gallery which is open Tuesday through Friday, 12-6 p.m. and before select theatre performances.

For more information, call the DCF at 313-943-5478 or visit www.dearborncommunityfund.org.

 

EFH Thunderbirds Want You!

Edsel Ford Football (Thunderbirds) representatives, led by Head Coach Michael Macpherson, want to speak with future thunderbirds (Fall 2018) from Stout. So they are planning to visit our school on Tuesday, May 29th. The meeting will be from 2:30-2:55 PM. The room will be announced later. So if you are an 8th grader and you think you can run fast, catch the football and hold on to it, or even better throw a spiral, then this meeting is for you.

Book Sale

Mr. Melvin has too many books.  So he has been cleaning out his classroom library and will be selling books before school On May 21st-24th.  Come see him outside of the auditorium from 7:35-7:55 a.m.

A Letter to New Year’s 7th Graders

Dear Soon-to-be 7th Grader,

You are wrapping up a terrific 6th grade year. Congratulations on all you achieved in your first year at Stout! Now, we’re looking forward to welcoming you into our ELA classrooms in the fall. Over the summer, we will be doing a lot to prepare for the next school year. You should also be doing the same; you should be preparing for 7th grade! Continue Reading…

2017-2018 Spelling Bee Champion is here

Well, after a long wait and some unforeseen delays, the battle for Stout Middle School 2017-2018 Spelling Bee title is over and we have a crowned champion: Glenn Moore. Our champion managed to overcome all the other contestants and won the title fair and square. Congratulations to Glenn and to all of the other contestants for a job well done. A huge thank you goes to Mr. Bennett for, yet again, being the driving force behind this contest.

 

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