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DHS Student & Parent Night: Tuesday, March 26

The upcoming parent night visitation for future incoming 9th graders to Dearborn High School will be held at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, March 26, 2019.
Dearborn High admin and representatives will be meeting parents and future students in the auditorium and then have informal tours of the school as well as representation from clubs and athletics to talk to parents and students in our cafeteria.  
Regards,
Ms. Carol Cizek

Governor Whitmer to Kick-Off Advocacy Day with Opening Remarks!

Come and join fellow advocates for a day of training and advocacy, centered on School Funding in Michigan.

WHEN:                       Thursday, March 21, 2019
WHERE:                     Central United Methodist Church – Fellowship Hall,
215 N. Capital Ave. Lansing, Michigan 48933
WHY:                          Hear Speakers on Advocacy Issues Impacting Our Children

  • Governor Gretchen Whitmer
  • Christine Greig, “A Representative’s Perspective on Advocacy”
  • Randy Liepa and Ron Koehler, School Finance, “How Are Schools Funded and How Should Those Funds Be Allocated?”
  • Network with other PTA Members and Advocates from across the state
  • Visit with your legislator at the Michigan Capital

COST:                        $20 PTA Member / $15 Student, $30 Non-Member
REGISTRATION:   www.michiganpta.org ALL participants must register!                                                 Online Registration is open until March 17, 2019

QUESTIONS:          Samantha Phillips, VP of Children’s Advocacy, Michigan PTA                                      childadvocacyvp@michiganpta.org

A Day without a Hand: Tuesday, March 12

8th Grade technology students will spend today, Tuesday, March 12th without the use of their non-dominate hand. From 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, students will wear a tag indicating that they are not using this arm as part of their biotechnology unit. Last week, students worked with Mrs. Fulton on learning about ways in which people can live normal lives despite having physical and/or mental disabilities. They also discussed how the Americans with disabilities act makes sure that everyone has access to public buildings.

Students will be asked to see Mrs. Fulton between 7:50-8:00am to pick up their tag and a half sheet for each teacher to initial. Teaches will indicate if they observe the student using their missing arm. The tags and sheets will be dropped at Mrs. Fulton’s class after 2:53 pm.

The Falcon Funds Weekly Draw is back

The Falcon Funds weekly draw is back. Each week, 3 students of each grade will win one of these prizes:

  • A Front of the Line Lunch for a full week.
  • Wear a Hat for a full week.
  • Listen to Music during Lunch for a full week

Students who are drawn can get their prizes from Mr. Sabra.
Here are the winners of March 4th – March 8th draw:

Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8
Ameer Husein Nader Ahmed Fatima Altamimi
Ismail Aldhaibani Jacob Davis Abdulfattah Ahmed
Peighton Andrews Hassan Mrad Siham Albaadani

Students’ Corner

Tameem Saleh quoted Dr. Mae Jemison as saying:

Never be limited by other people’s limited imagination!”

Imagine if Jules Verne had listened to those who mocked his vision of landing  on the moon!

 

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