We already know Dearborn is one of the best food destinations in Michigan, but the food gem is now getting some national attention.
Battle of the Books Participants!
It is time to turn in your fourth book. Please gather your entire team and visit Mrs. Acker in the Media Center on Thursday February 21st or Friday February 22nd to turn in book #4 and check out your final book. The final competition is taking place on Friday, March 29th. More details to follow. Happy Reading.
Michigan’s new governor, Democrat Gretchen Whitmer, devoted a significant part of her first State of the State address on Tuesday to dealing with education funding, vowing to fix the broken system and “give our frontline educators the tools they need to address the literacy crisis,” Continue reading…
Mrs. Crechiolo will have Social Studies tutoring on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 pm – 4:50 pm after school! As usual, you need to register with her and let your parents know.
Buses with take you home at 5:00 pm.
What happened to all those competitive 8th graders? Only 4 of them had registered for the Math League! Are they worried that 6th and 7th graders will do better than them? Come on and fight for your grade… Last day to register is Monday, Feb. 25th.
Just let your Math teacher know or contact Mr. Sabra.
The Math League 2019 Contest is on Tuesday, Feb. 26th, 2019. Get ready and register by Monday, February 25, 2019. Bring your Arithmetic, formulas, equations, slopes, and other math skills to the Team Meeting Room and become the School Champ! Participants will get free pizza. The Champ gets a T-shirt, a Medal, and a framed Certificate.
To register, either visit Mr. Sabra’s office or let any of your teachers know.
Click on Bulletin 02-14-2019 to download your copy of Stout’s Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into your kids’ school.
On Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019, Stout Middle School held its own No One Eats Alone event. Teachers had their lunches with their students and participated in some activities, games, and conversations stressing the importance of inclusiveness. As a test, I took my lunch and sat alone on one table to see if the kids were paying attention and getting the point. To my pleasant surprise, about 8 students moved to sit on my table telling me politely that I shouldn’t be eating alone. To these students – and all the others – I say, thank you. This event should be held more often, probably once a month!
Thursday, Feb. 14 is a half day for students. They get to leave school at 11:00 am. It is followed by Mid Winter break from Friday, Feb. 15th till Monday, Feb. 18th. It looks like this February was very generous to the kids with the extra school closures due to extreme weather and icy roads. Enjoy it, but whatever you do: STAY SAFE.
Dearborn Public Schools will be closed for the Mid Winter break from Friday, Feb. 15 till Monday, Feb. 18, 2019. Classes will resume on Tuesday, Feb. 19th. Enjoy the break.
School Craft College in Livonia is hosting a Middle School College Night for 8th graders. There will be representatives from major universities in Michigan including the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor & Dearborn campuses), Michigan State University, Wayne State University, Central Michigan University, and many more. It will be held on the campus of Schoolcraft College on Tuesday, March 5 from 4:30-7:00 pm. They will be giving information that will help you learn the steps in high school that lead to success in college. See Mr. Haddad or Mr. Liggett for a flyer.
Edsel Ford Sideline Cheer & DU Competitive Cheer are hosting a meet and greet open to 6-8 graders on Thursday February 14th from 5:00-6:00 pm at Edsel Ford. The link to register can be found at Efhscheer on Instagram. Coaches & Teammates will be there to preform and answer all questions.
If you have any questions about the event please see Mrs Wheble in room C8.
The next Student Council meeting will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 27th from 3:00pm to 4:45pm in room G-3. Thank you – Mrs. Schulkey and Mrs. Woolley
Saqer Sharif believes in persistence. Here is his quote:
“Our greatest glory is not “in never” failing, but in rising every time we fall!”
Very true indeed! Otherwise none of us would be walking!