Monthly Archives: October 2018

Battle against Hunger: Nov. 12th – 16th

All of Dearborn 3 high schools and their feeders are coming together to raise at least $7,600 and 30,000 cans of food! We need your help!

The 1st Annual Turkey Trot will be held at 9:30am on November 10th at Ford Field. Please help us get the word out-mailings, blogs, bulletin boards, PTAs, word of mouth, etc.

Our dear Mr. Bennett will, as he usually does, co-ordinate this battle for Stout Middle School. He will be providing more details.

Hunger is ugly. Let’s battle it hard!

Stout Football Team wins big: 47-06

Stout Football Team must be feeling great to finish their season with a great win against Lowrey in the game played On Thursday, Oct. 25. They outscored their opponents by a walloping margin of 41 points. The final score was 47 – 06.

Click on Bulletin 10-26-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.

Exercise your right to vote!

Dear Parents,

On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, residents of Dearborn and the Fairlane district of Dearborn Heights will join together to vote on a millage renewal proposal for Henry Ford College (HFC).

Here are some important facts about HFC and the millage renewal proposal… Please click on Your right to vote-English

الأهالي الأعزاء

يوم الثلاثاء الواقع فيه 6 نوفمبر 2018، سينضم سكان ديربورن وسكان قطاع فيرلين في ديربورن هايتس معا للتصويت على اقتراح تجديد نسبة ضريبة الملكية (Millage) لكلية هنري فورد HFC.

هنا بعض الحقائق عن كلية هنري فورد واقتراح تجديد نسبة ضريبة الملكية

 مارس حقك في التصويت

Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

Click on Bulletin 10-25-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.

Students’ Corner

Ali Sobh wanted us to know that we can always become better:

“You can always top what you are at right now!”

This is so very true. A little bit more effort will always improve you!

Stout Pride: Friday, Oct. 26

Attention to all staff and students: We are asking you to show your STOUT PRIDE by wearing yellow and / or black this Friday, Oct. 26th.

Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

Click on Bulletin 10-23-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.

Not 1, but 2 Winners for Students’ Corner

We really had some very good quotes for the last 2 weeks. It was very difficult to select just one. So, instead of just 1 prize, we decided on 2 prizes that go to:

Girls Swim Tryouts: Thursday, Nov. 1st

Girls Swim Tryouts will be held Thursday, November 1st from 3:00 – 4:45pm in the pool.

  • You need to have a sports physical. Please see the office if you need one.
  • You must be a “deep end” swimmer.

If you’re interested in trying out, please come prepared with a bathing suit, goggles, and a towel. The activity bus will be available after tryouts.

District Receives Full Accreditation Ceremony by the State AdvancED organization

Congratulations to our ENtire School Community: We received full district accreditation with a formal presentation by the AdvancED organization. In addition, Fatme Faraj was on a panel discussion and we provided a presentation at the Conference. An additional presentation was provided before the WCRESA Board this week and another one will be provided by Ms. Faraj and I at the AdvancED midwest regional conference. In addition, Ms. Faraj will be part of a 10 member advisory AdvancEd board for the State of Michigan. Brian Whiston also received a lifetime achievement award by the State AdvancED organization on the same day that we received our full district Accreditation. His wife was there to accept the award and it was great to see her.


Oakwood Construction Update

For students who walk to school, the cross-walk at Oakwood and Hollywood is currently closed. Until the crosswalk re-opens, students will need to walk south on Oakwood and cross at the pedestrian crossing in front of the hospital. This is the only other location where students will be able to safely cross Oakwood. The crossing guard has temporarily been relocated to the pedestrian crossing in front of the hospital as well. We are hoping that the crosswalk will re-open soon. However, students will likely need to follow this route again this afternoon (Friday).

Construction work on Oakwood also continues to affect entry into and exit from the north park lot (on the Rotunda-side of the school). The circle drive in front of Stout is still not accessible. Vehicles can enter the north parking lot through the middle driveway and exit through the driveway closest to Rotunda. Please note that the entrance and exit to the north parking lot are both one way only.

Pick-up time has been challenging as there are more parents than usual picking up their students in the parking lot. When picking up your child, please park in a parking space. Parking in areas that are not designated for parking makes it difficult for buses and other parents to access the parking lot and can also create unsafe conditions. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience during the construction project.

Wear Pink on Monday October 22

Breast Cancer Awareness month is October! In honor of all those who have survived and fought, we would like to ask everyone to wear pink on Monday, October 22! Let’s show our support to those who have fought and won, still fighting, and for family members of those who fought this ugly disease!

Circle of Friends Meeting: Monday, Oct. 22nd

Attention 7th & 8th graders:

Those of you who signed up for Circle of Friends are invited to join Ms. Nasser for an informational meeting on Monday October 22nd (first 10 minutes of lunch), at the Restorative Center (Mr. Baydoun’s Room).

Blue and Green

Some of our teachers showing their true colors!