Click on Bulletin 11-01-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.
“We aren’t rich because we have money. Money can’t buy everything. It cannot buy love!”
Contributed by Haila Mohsen
The November, 2018 issue of the Stout Middle School Years contains many interesting articles. The articles are not too long to read and shed some light on – as the title suggests – middle years. It is here to download. Just click on Middle School Years – Nov. 2018
Click on Bulletin 10-31-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.
A wildlife photographer has captured a scene straight out of The Lion King on a recent trip to Africa.
Dafna Ben Nun snapped the photo of a mother baboon lifting her baby to the sky, recreating The Lion King’s iconic “Circle of Life” scene where baby Simba is lifted high above the African planes by Rafiki.
Dafna, 38, captured the photo on a recent trip to Zimbabwe. She shared the photo on her Facebook page along with many others from her trip.
“I couldn’t believe it when I saw an adult baboon holding a baby, looking exactly like Simba in the Lion King,” she said.
For young children, Halloween night is one of the best of the year. But trick-or-treating can be dangerous if kids and parents aren’t careful. Take a look at some vital trick-or-treating tips before you accompany your child.
7 trick or treat safety tips
Click on Bulletin 10-30-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.
If you are interested in the Academic Games, then Mrs. Sleiman is inviting you on Thursday, November 1st to the first practice session in room H2.
The PTA will be having a bake sale during lunches on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018. So make sure you leave a spot in your stomach for a cookie or a muffin!
Wijdan Almujahid shared this beautiful quote about friendship:
“True friends are never apart; may be in distance but never in heart!”
Students may dress APPROPRIATELY for Halloween. Any costumes must be consistent with the dress code policy and MAY NOT interfere with the learning process or the teaching in the classroom.
The following rules must be followed:
- No Plastic or prop weapons of any kind
- No Masks
- No Make-up
- No Hats or Wigs
- No Costumes that are revealing
- Skirts and shorts must meet the fingertip length rule
- Nothing offensive
- Nothing distracting
- No fake (or real) blood
Any violators will be asked to change or be sent home.
We don’t really celebrate Halloween at middle school. We just allow students to show a little Halloween spirit if they so choose, but that’s it.
On Friday, Oct. 26th, Stout girls volleyball team won all its games at the city tournament. The girls played Salina, Smith, and Woodworth and emerged victorious in all of their 3 games. Our girls played hard and gave it their all and are now CITY CHAMPS!
Congratulations to our girls. You made us proud! Go Falcons!!!
With a new school year set to begin, the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office is encouraging all parents/guardians to have a conversation with your school-age children regarding an issue that has become all too prevalent, namely threats to commit school violence. Please continue reading…..
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Beginning in November of 2018, the Dearborn Public Schools will start adding at least one Hydration Station to every school as part of an ongoing effort to be a greener and healthier school district. Continue reading about Hydration Stations Added
Although Rasha Agagg is not one of our students, she sent us this quote. Being positive, I couldn’t ignore it. However, she won’t be able to win any of our delicious pies.
“A negative mind will never give you a positive life!”