Daily Archives: October 8, 2018

Tuesday, October 10, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

Click on Bulletin 10-09-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.

Bake Sale to Support your PTA

On Wednesday, Oct. 10th, there will be a bake sale to support the Stout PTA. Donations of baked goods are accepted in the office by 9am.

Varsity Volleyball Girls Back to their winning ways!

On Friday, October 5th Stout Girls’ Volleyball Varsity played Woodworth. They won the game by a score of 3 sets to 0. It was a well-deserved win for the girls and a quick recovery from their 2-1 loss to Lowrey. The win puts their record at 4 wins and 1 loss. GO Falcons Go!

District staff appreciation night at Pistons game Oct. 17

The Detroit Pistons will host a special Dearborn Schools Staff Appreciation Night to celebrate their home opener on Wednesday, October 17 at 7 p.m. versus the Brooklyn Nets!

Dearborn teachers, staff and faculty will receive $25 tickets for West Gondola Seating, a multi-level club lounge with a unique view. Five dollars from each ticket sale will go to our Dearborn Public Schools Education Foundation.

To purchase tickets, visit www.pistons.com/DPSSTAFF . This offer cannot be redeemed at the LCA box office. All tickets are first come, first serve and available to purchase until Tuesday, October 16. Tickets will be emailed and will require mobile entry for the game.

For additional game discounts please visit www.pistons.com/dps.  Contact Rachel Maki at rmaki@pistons.com or call (248) 377.8608 for additional inquiries.  See the flyer here.

Students’ Corner has a winner!

Search no more as we have a Students’ Corner winner. Sarah Elhaj, (6th grade) has emerged as a clear winner among many other participants who also provided some very good quotes. However, her “Speak softly and carry a big stick!” quote was too good to be denied the prize.

Now all she has to do is contact Mr. Sabra with her choice of za’atar, cheese, meat, or spinach pie. Her choice will be delivered to her classroom.


Students’ Corner

Mohamed Yahya, a7th grader, had this revealing quote to share with us:

“We can’t keep hiding from the truth and let it take us by surprise!”

I couldn’t agree more. The sooner we face the truth, the easier it is.Delaying that will only add to problem and make it harder to solve.