Your Daily Bulletin is back. Here is Friday’s Bulletin 03-01-2019
The 2018-2019 Math League Contest was held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019. A total of 46 students participated (18 from 6th Grade, 15 from 7th Grade, and 13 from 8th Grade.) The following 10 students were commended for scoring more than 14 points:
The Math League Contest at Stout Middle School will take place at 9:00 am. on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at the the Team Meeting Room. Good luck to our 52 participants.
Mrs. Dicks made these changes to ZAP (Zeros Aren’t Permitted) schedule: There WILL be ZAP on Friday, March 1. NO ZAP on Monday, March 11 or Tuesday, March 12. NO after-school ZAP on Tuesday, March 12.
Students must have a pass to go to the main office, counseling office, or RP room during scheduled classes or passing. If you need to see Mr. Oke, Mr. Blessing, Mr. Haddad, Mr. Tindall, Mr. Sabra, Mrs. Nasser, Mr. Baydoun, or anyone else in the office, you can see them before school or during lunch […]
Ali Sobh wants us to choose our battles wisely. “Don’t compete where you don’t compare!” You can’t argue with that. Don’t jump into deep water if you can’t swim.
Vote for your favorite teacher to win the Alberta Muirhead Teacher of the Year Students’ Choice Award. Applications are in the office at the counter. Applications should be: Mailed to: Dearborn area chamber of commerce 22100 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, Michigan 48124 Faxed […]
Check out the latest issue of the e3 Dearborn Public Schools employee newsletter. In this issue find: A job, trade and college fair is scheduled for Wednesday, March 13 at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center. DHS is hosting a vaping awareness talk on Thursday, March 7 at 6 p.m The Dearborn Education Foundation’s Mardi Gras is Tuesday, […]
Humongous congratulations to our chess team and their coach Mr. Liggett. They won game 2 of their match yesterday vs STEM. It was the first time STEM has lost a game in over 3 years.
Amjad Alsaidy believes that practice is a great way of learning because “If you practice, you will learn!” That’s how we learn almost everything, starting with the simplest actions.