STAND represents Students Taking a New Direction. It has been a part of Dearborn Public Schools for the last 26 years. With the outstanding effort of the Dearborn Public Schools to put students first and amazing leadership, STAND has become a staple of the community. We have helped students navigate through the social stress and pressure, build confident young leaders, and teach through love and empathy.
We are focused on teaching students how to be confident leaders and how to take on social problems. We will also cover skills needed to be successful students. Students are taught through leading by example, our mentors are hand picked leaders throughout Dearborn Public Schools, and have all achieved at a high level academically and behaviorally. Each mentor has been recommended by a staff member of Dearborn Public Schools and are considered to be the best and the brightest.
Our goal is to continue spreading the message of love and empathy, empowering students, with the hope of strengthening our community. In light of some horrible tragedies and hate around the world our motto this summer will be “STAND Together as One”. We will have an underlying message of leadership and diversity throughout the summer.
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*** Transportation is NOT provided.
Here we go again; our Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into our school. Bulletin 04-30-2019
Here we go again; our Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into our school. Bulletin 04-29-2019
Here we go again; our Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into our school. Bulletin 04-26-2019
DEARBORN, MI—Registration is underway for the Dearborn Recreation & Parks Department’s popular “Summer Camp at the Center,” which is conducted at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center. Please keep on reading
The date for Dentists R Us visit to Stout Middle School has been rescheduled to Tuesday, April 30 to avoid conflict with Ramadan. Starting at 9:00 am, Dentists R Us will be performing some free dental services in the Choir Room at Stout Middle School. Forms must be completed , signed, and sent back to either the main office or to Mr. Sabra by Monday, April 29.
One student will have a chance to win an Android Tablet if 35 students or more participate in this free program.
Please take advantage of the provided services. It is your kids’ teeth, so take good care of them.
Here we go again; our Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into our school. Bulletin 04-25-2019
STC is back at it. Stout Theater Company will be performing Disney’s High School Musical Jr. at Stout auditorium on the following dates:
- Thursday April, 25, 2019 7:00 pm
- Friday April, 26, 2019 7:00 pm
- Saturday April, 2y, 2019 2:00 pm
- Saturday April, 2y, 2019 6:00 pm
For tickets and info, please visit www.stcdearborn.org
Here we go again; our Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into our school. Bulletin 04-24-2019
Enjoy an extra hour of sleep on Wednesday, May 24th, which happens to be a late arrival day. May be you can stay up a little longer the night before!
Among the creative and maddening reasons kids come up with for not studying, one familiar reason might be worth addressing: They don’t know how.
Researchers and experienced educators have found that often students don’t have good study habits and skills, or that they rely on strategies that don’t work, frequently at the urging of teachers and parents. Continue reading….
Mrs. Atkinson and Stout Middle School are very excited to share that Ava White has won the Juror’s Choice Award for the Dearborn Public Schools City Wide Art Show!
20+ Dearborn schools school took part in this event and about 13- 15 students were chosen from each school to compete for only 14 Awards! Our very own Ava White was awarded and won the 2D 6-8 grade category! This is such a special honor which she deserves very much!
The City Wide Art Show opening reception is tomorrow, Wednesday, April 24, at 4pm at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center here in Dearborn! Please come and check out all the wonderful artwork not only created by our amazing Stout students but by all in the district!
The first event of the Superintendent and Executive Directors’ Student Advisory Council (SEDSAC) charity week is this Friday, April 26, 2019. Students can pay one dollar in their first hour to use their phone during lunch. They will receive a sticker that they can put on their phone.
Just remember that you need to use your phone properly. If the phone is misused, it will be taken away and consequences will be assigned.
Here we go again; our Daily Bulletin, your eyes and ears into our school. Bulletin 04-23-2019