Comcast has expanded its Internet Essentials program to include all low-income households. With this expansion, the company estimates an additional 3 million households nationwide are newly eligible for the program. The company says this should be particularly helpful to seniors, those with disabilities, and those without children. Households eligible for the National School Lunch Program […]
Adults and teens looking for volunteer opportunities in the communityare invited to attend the volunteer fair. This year’s event is set for Sept.30 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Esper Branch Library, 16301 MichiganAve., Dearborn.Representatives from local non-profits will be on hand to talk about thedifferent volunteer opportunities they offer.Click on the link below to […]
We hope your summer went well. We are excited for the new school year!In this year’s first issue of the e3 employee newsletter you will find: The District has a $240 million bond proposal on the Nov. 5 ballot. Free admission to home high school athletic events is available to employees and a guest. District […]
Michigan legislature, PA 451, requires schools to develop an evidence based plan for improving student behavior and discipline in the school corporation. The bill also requires discipline rules to incorporate a graduated system of discipline, based on positive behavioral supports, which includes actions that may be taken in lieu of suspension or expulsion. Click the […]
Ali Hassan, a 6th grader, shared this rhyming quote with us: ‘’Make new friends; Keep the old. One is silver; the other is gold.’’
Well, the 1st football game of the 2019-2020 school year didn’t go as planned or hoped for! Stout lost to Bryant by a score 38 – 12. Hopefully the team will learn from its mistakes and do better in the next game against Lowrey on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019.