Click on Bulletin 09-04-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.
It may seem obvious, but research has shown students who consistently complete their homework receive higher grades and score well on tests. I would also contend that these students experience a higher rate of self-confidence, and have a more enjoyable time at school. There are many reasons why a student does not complete or turn in their assignments. One excuse we would like to eliminate is the credence by students of “I’ll just take a zero.”
This school year Stout Middle School will be implementing a program called Z.A.P. (Zeros Are not Permitted).Click on ZAP Program to get the full details
If you want to know when is your Middle School kids’ next sports event, go to the main menu, click on Sports, then on 2018-2019 Middle School Sports Schedule-Public to down load our full schedule
Click on Bulletin 08-30-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.
If you would like to know the school holidays, half days, conferences, and other important dates all you have to go to the Main Menu of our school blog, click on School, then 2018-2019 Text Calendar.
Click on Bulletin 08-29-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.
The Dearborn Police Department, along with the City of Dearborn and Dearborn Public Schools is working to keep our schools safe. Please continue reading…
If you are interested in knowing what your kids are having for lunch, just click on the Lunch Menus from the school’s blog main menu, then select the month.
Labor Day is here and Dearborn Public Schools will be closed from Friday, Aug. 31st till Monday Sept. 3rd. Enjoy this break and get back to school on Tuesday Sept. 4th.
Last week, student passwords were reset for the new school year. As a result, several students who were trying to complete summer math assignments were unable to access their Khan Academy accounts. Due to this situation, we are extending the due date for summer math assignments to September 7th.
Students who love to write should pick up an application from Mr. Melvin’s classroom, D-4, to join the Newspaper Club. The Falcon Flyer needs editors, sports’ reporters, photographers, advice columnists, reviewers for books, movies, games, and music, and students to interview staff members and students. We also need photographers, comic artists, and students to create games, quizzes, crosswords, and contests. We will meet weekly on Thursdays, after school in room D-4, starting September 20th. Applications are due to Mr. Melvin by the end of Thursday, September 13th.
Here we go again. Click on Bulletin 08-28-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.
If you happen to need a backpack full of school supplies, please visit Mr. Sabra. He will be more than happy to provide you with one. Remember, only if you need one!
Attention all 6th-8th graders interested in trying out for cheer. Please stop by Mrs. Wheble’s room C-8 to get a practice and try out schedule. Dates have been changed!!!! Tryouts are Tuesday September 4th!
If you have a smart quote or some wise words that you would like to share with your fellow students or blog followers, Mr. Sabra is interested to hear from you. You can either email your quotes to firstname.lastname@example.org or write them on a piece of paper with your name and Grade and drop it at Mr. Sabra’s office. Every 2 weeks one or two quotes will win a za’atar, cheese, meat, or spinach pie.