Bring your pictures packets f you want to retake your pictures today, Friday, Nov. 2nd. If you do not have the packet of your old pictures, you would have to pay for the new ones.
Here is the schedule:
6th grade students 8:10- 8:40
7th grade students 9:25- 9:55
8th grade students 10:30- 11:00
We have some really good Halloween pictures and since voting is close (Tuesday, Nov. 6), we are asking you to vote for the best Halloween picture! Each class gets to select one photo. The photo that gets the most classes vote will be the School’s Halloween Champ. You can send photos to Mr. Sabra. Here are the photos we have so far:
This year’s fourth annual Battling Against Hunger drive is a cooperative effort between Dearborn, Edsel Ford and Fordson high schools, with help from the elementary and middle schools that feed into those buildings. The drive runs from Nov. 12 to 16. The goal is to collect 30,000 canned goods for Zaman International and $7,600 for the Amity Foundation.
“Battling Against Hunger is a great opportunity for us to come together and reflect on how fortunate we are and to help those in our community in need,” said Sara Ameen, an Edsel Ford 11 th grade student.
New this year will be a Turkey Trot on Nov. 10 at Ford Field Park. The family event includes:
- A one-mile fun run or walk starting at 9:30 a.m.
- A two-mile run at 10 a.m.
Entrance fee for either event is $15 or 15 cans of food. A prize will be given for the best costume. Pie, snacks and milk will be served at the finish line. Registration forms can be found at https://dearbornschools.org and submitted to any of the three high schools. The Fordson’s Leadership, Edsel Ford’s Link Crew and the DHS Leadership Group are the student groups spearheading its collection drive.
For more information contact:
- Angela Altomonte at Fordson at 313-822-3509
- Tara Haddad at Edsel Ford at 313-827-1527
- Stacy Rumler at Dearborn High at 313-827-1628.
Battle Against Hunger began three years ago as an off-field competition between crosstown rivals Fordson and Dearborn High to help families in need through Gleaners Food Bank. Edsel Ford then joined the event. Last year, more than 74,300 food items were donated, enough to fill a semi trailer.