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Starting Thursday, March 27, Cyberbullying is a crime in Michigan

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 person online could result in a  misdemeanor charge. Repeated threats or harassment that result in physical harm or death could lead to a 10-year prison sentence.

An Adventure in the Jungle: Sunday, April 14

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.

Pennies for Pasta Winners

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                                                                 collected $268.38.

2nd place pizza winners:       Mr. Hool, Mrs. Ditmar and their 1st hour                                                           students collected $198.10.

Thank you to all who participated in our fundraiser to end cancer.


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