I could see few smiles on the faces of students and staff as Spring Break edges closer. Dearborn Public Schools will be closed from Monday, April 1st till Friday, April 5th and will reopen on Monday, April 8th. Enjoy your time off.
This is a bit lengthy, but a very informative article, written by Matthew Yglesias on Mar 29, 2019, about the emerging 737 MAX scandal. Boeing executives are offering a simple explanation for why the company’s best-selling plane in the world, the 737 MAX 8, crashed twice in the past several months, leaving Jakarta, Indonesia, in October […]
Today, Thursday. March 28, 2019, Wafaa Doghman, manager of the Cash N’ Go shop at Michigan Ave. & Greenfield visited Stout Middle School and accompanied Mrs. Bittar and some of our Special Ed students on their weekly shopping event to Target Store on the Hills. Her visit was a part of her effort to reach […]
Starting today, March 27, 2019, cyberbullying will become illegal in Michigan. This means people could face jail time for harassing others online. House Bill 5017 makes cyberbullying a crime punishable by law. Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed the measure into law before leaving office. The law will go into effect on March 27th. Under provisions of the measure, any threat of violence against another […]
Blue Hands United invites you to their Adventure in the Jungle event to help students with special needs. The event will be held on Sunday, April 14, 2019 from 1:00 – 6:00 pm at Unis Middle School located on 7801 Maple St, Dearborn. Plenty of fun, food, prizes, crafts, games, bouncy houses, and a raffle.
Stout Middle School students had their Pennies for Pasta drive to fight blood cancers. They did an excellent job to help and raise awareness of these horrible diseases. Here are the 1st hour classes that took the two top spots. 1st place pasta winners: Mr. Serazio and his 1st hour students […]
Nominations due April 18 for Impact Award to recognize Dearborn Schools non-teaching staff Students and parent are invited to make nominations for the District’s Impact Award, which will recognize non-teaching staff and non-classroom educators for their outstanding contributions to helping students, enhancing the school environment or providing excellent customer service in other roles. The deadline for […]
Upon looking at Edsel Ford Charity Week Candy Jar, Hanan Abubaker thought that (2×100) + 50 – 3 = 247, and so that was her guess; it turned out to be the only correct one. She took the candy jar home on Friday, March 25th. We just hope that she didn’t eat it all on the […]
Parents, community members, and school district staff are invited to chat about Dearborn Public Schools with Superintendent Dr. Glenn Maleyko this Monday, March 25th, at Stout Middle School. Chatting with the Superintendent gatherings are less formal than School Board meetings, providing an opportunity for interactive conversation on a variety of school-related topics. The meeting is […]
Greetings Dearborn Public School employees, Happy Spring! Featured in this issue of your e3 Dearborn Public Schools employee newsletter: Dearborn April is Arts month include an Arty Party on April 4 and Youth Arts Festival on April 24. The Foundation’s Green Tie dinner is May 21. The March 25 and April 22 chatting with the Superintendent. Into the Woods at Dearborn High […]