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School Improvement Process – Parents Welcome!

Dearborn Public Schools implements a School Improvement Process (SIP). As part of the SIP protocol, each school is visited by a team of district administrators twice each school year. The visiting teams provide schools with feedback that is used to improve practices within each school. For the second semester, the district would like to invite parents to participate in the SIP visits. SIP visits are unannounced which allows for the visiting team to observe what a typical day looks like at each school. Participating parents will be notified of the building location one hour prior to the visit through both a phone call and an email. If you are interested in participating, please use the link included in this post to complete the sign-up form.

SIP Parent Volunteer Sign-Up Form

Stout GeoBee Top Three

Here are our Stout Top Three GeoBee contestants, Sebastian Beauchamp in 1st position, Suhail Mawari in 2nd, and Hasan Abuhasan in 3rd, receiving their certificates of achievement from Mr. Oke, the school principal. Sebastian received his championship medal as well. It was very little separated these three amazing contestants. Congratulations for the excellent work. Congratulations to all of the other contestants. Pizza party for all of the participants will be announced soon.

After School Cancellations

Due to extremely cold temperatures and wind chills, all after school activities for Tuesday, January 29, 2019 are cancelled.  This includes all parent meetings, concerts, athletic competitions and practices.  Adult and Community Education classes will also be closed this evening (1/29/19).
Kids Club and All Day Pre-School will remain open until the normal ending hour of 6 p.m.
The District will make an announcement later today regarding the status of school on Wednesday, January 30, 2019.

Battle of the Books: Checkout book #4

Attention Battle of the Books participants: It is time for to turn in your 3rd book.  Please gather your entire team and visit Mrs. Acker in the Media Center on Thursday, January 31st or Friday, February 1st to turn in book #3 and check out book #4. Only one book to go after this one!  Happy Reading.

Girls Solve it Robotic Competition

The Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation (MCWT) Program introduces Girls Solve IT, a virtual state-wide robotics competition for girls in grades 4-8 powered by Ford. Teams of 3-5 girls complete three engaging technology quests using Wonder robot programming to qualify for the final round.  Click here for more info….

If you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Tammy Doroshewitz, the Program Coordinator at Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation


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