Monthly Archives: November 2018

Boys Basketball Team defeats Unis

On Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018 , Stout Boys Basketball Team defeated Unis in 2 very close games . The Varsity Team edged their rival by a score of 34-32 to register their 1st win, while the JV Team edged theirs by a score of 24-22 to improve their record to 3 Wins and 1 loss. Congratulations boys!

Fun facts for World Elephant Day

Elephants are truly incredible animals. Sunday, August 12 is World Elephant Day, a day to spread awareness to help save elephants. What do you know about elephants? Here are some facts that you may not know. Please Continue reading…

Friday, Nov. 30, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Girls Swimming Team triumphs over UNIS 88-66

Hurray to our Girls Swimming Team. They emerged as winners defeating UNIS by a score of 88-66. Congratulations girls and let’s keep the great work going!

Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Alternative High School programs meeting: Wednesday, December 5th

There will be a meeting explaining enrollment to alternative high school programs for all 8th grade students on Wednesday, December 5th from 8:00 A.M. to 9:00 A.M.  Information about the Dearborn Center for Math, Science, and Technology (DCMST) and the Early College Program will be presented in the Stout auditorium. All 8th grade students will be attending.

Students’ Corner

Malak Said, a 6th grader, had this quote about things that drive us to work harder:

“Fear is just another reason to try harder.”

Sure enough, the fear of failure drives us to succeed, just like the fear of Summer School drives some to change their “E”s into “C”s.

Middle School Misfortunes, Then and Now, One Teacher’s Take

Let’s imagine a seventh grader. He’s a quiet kid, polite, with a few friends. Just your ordinary, run-of-the-mill twelve-year-old. We’ll call him Brian. Brian’s halfway through seventh grade and for the first time, he’s starting to wonder where he falls in the social hierarchy at school. He’s thinking about his clothes a little bit, his shoes too. He’s conscious of how others perceive him, but he’s not that conscious of it. Please continue reading…

Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Stout Middle School Book Fair: Dec. 03 – Dec. 06

Stout’s Scholastic Book Fair will run from December 3rd – December 6th. It will be available to students to visit and purchase during language arts class. Parents can purchase online or visit us Wednesday the 5th in the library during our monthly PTA meeting. The Book Fair will open at 5:00 pm while the PTA Meeting starts at 6:00 pm. Here is the link to Stout Middle School Book Fair.


Lara Nazha, a 6th grader, had this wonderful quote on best friends:

“A four leaf clover is like a best friend: hard to get and lucky to find!”

I am sure you will find one!

Battle of the Books is back!

“BoB” is baaaaaaccckk!!! This year’s Battle of the Books competition is ready to begin. If you would like to participate, do the following:

  1. Assemble your team;
  2. Fill out a registration form (available with your Language Arts teacher or in the media center);
  3. Turn it in to Mrs. Acker on Thursday November 29th, or by the end of the day on Friday, November 30th.

We have limited copies of the books, so don’t wait until the last minute. Happy reading

Mrs. Cassie Acker, Teacher-Librarian


Nader Ahmed, a 7th grader, had this perspective on mistakes:

“In life, like in school, you make mistakes, but you learn from them!”

Just like learning how to walk…

GeoBee is back: Friday, January 25, 2019

GeoBee is back, so get ready and register by Friday, January 18, 2018 to take part in the contest that will be held on Friday, January 25, 2018. Bring to the Team Meeting Room all the countries, cities, mountains, rivers, volcanoes, planets, and all other things that you know about the world we live in. Work your way to be the School Champ! Participants will get free pizza and the winner will get a T-shirt, a Medal, and a Certificate. In addition, the School Champ will compete with other schools’ champs to become the State of Michigan Champ, and later, the National Champ.

Turn your School Achievement Contracts into the School’s office

Any students who had received a School Achievement contract with their report cards that were mailed last week need to turn them into the office signed by the parent and the student as soon as they can.  Thanks.