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For Reem Fatteh moving forward is always possible:
“Even if you can’t move, can’t talk, can’t see, or can’t hear, you can still move forward in life!”
The Student Council will have its next meeting on Wednesday 12/04/19 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm in room H-8. Thank you
Mrs. Schulkey and Klemetson
Zahra Alhilal decided to be economic in words but rich in substance, and so her quote was a mere 2 words that showed plenty of resilience:
Here is some good news for students and staff. Dearborn Public Schools will be closed from Wednesday, Nov. 27th till Friday, Nov. 29th to enjoy the Thanksgiving break. Students should be back to school on Monday, Nov. 30. It remains to be seen if this is good news for the parents!
On Thursday, December 12th, 2019, Stout Middle School will be hosting the first PBIS VIP Experience to students who have earned 30 Falcon Funds or more. The first VIP experience will be a Make Your Own Ice Cream Sundae and Minute to Win It Party. There will only be 100 passes available. You will need 30 Falcon Funds to redeem for a VIP Pass. Passes will be available next week, December 2nd through the 6th OR until they sell out. You may buy passes before school at the Box Office window near the main office.
Healthy Dearborn, Beaumont and ACCESS Teen Health are partnering for the sake of good Teen Heart Health! For parents and other family members, there will be a health fair while they wait for the others getting FREE Heart checks.
FREE FREE FREE for students aged 13-18 years old Saturday, Dec. 14th @ Fordson Gymnasium 9am – 4pm13800 Ford Rd, West of Schaefer Rd. (park in the Neckel parking lot)
The Book Fair at Stout will run Monday, December 2 through Thursday, December 5 from 8 am to 2 pm.
- Teachers will sign their classes up for a time slot during that week, using the Media Center calendar.
- Individual students can be sent with a pass, if they have money after the whole class visit.
- Teachers will choose TWO students to receive a free book (up to $10 in value). It can be students who may not otherwise purchase one, or upstanding students who deserve an extra reward.
- Students chosen for a free book will stay after class leaves to make their selection, without influence from their friends 🙂
The Battle of Books (BOB) is coming back to Stout. You and 3-4 of your closest pals will form a book club and read 5 books between now and when the final book battle takes place (at the end of March). You will read the books (together as a group or on your own) and meet as a book club to discuss the book with your staff sponsor.
Here is what you need to do:
- Get a team of 4-5 members total (not including your sponsor).
- Get a staff member to be your sponsor (this is mandatory).
- Come up with a cool team name.
- Complete the registration form and return it to Mrs. Hankins by Friday, Dec. 6th.
- Read 5 awesome books and discuss as a club with your sponsor.
- Meet weekly with your sponsor to set up a reading schedule, discuss what you’ve read, and answer questions about your books.
- Compete against each other in a trivia-style competition.
The Final Battle will take place in March which is Reading Month and each member of the winning team will receive a gift certificate for the book fair.
Here are the books to be read:
- Stolen Girl by Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch
- The Rains by Gregg Hurwitz
- A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea by Melissa Fleming
- Game Changer by Tommy Greenwald
- Restart by Gordon Korman
(Adnan Abidi/Reuters) By Brittany Shammas
November 21, 2019 at 11:04 a.m. EST
A Canadian teenager who used e-cigarettes developed a near-fatal lung condition that does not resemble the vaping-related illnesses that have swept the United States. Doctors say the 17-year-old boy’s case looks more like “popcorn lung,” an injury once seen in factory workers who breathed in a chemical used to create a butter flavor.The previously healthy teen, whose case was reported Wednesday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, had been vaping flavored e-cigarettes “intensively,” adding THC — the main component in marijuana — to his devices. After months of daily use, he was admitted to a London, Ontario, hospital with a fever, persistent cough and difficulty breathing. His condition worsened over his first few weeks at the hospital. The teen, who has not been identified, needed a ventilator to breathe and was placed on life support, CBC News reported.
The teenager improved over the next several weeks, narrowly avoiding the need for a double lung transplant. He was sent home after being hospitalized for 47 days. But he may have chronic lung damage. Months after his release from the hospital, he can handle only limited exercise, and his airways remain severely obstructed.
Doctors initially suspected the teen had bronchiolitis — a lung condition usually caused by a bacterial or viral infection — but tests came back negative for infection. Many of the 2,000 vaping illness patients in the United States have damage in the spongelike tissue of their lungs called alveoli, or air sacs. That type of injury wasn’t found in the Canadian teenager.
Instead, the condition of his lungs suggested a potential case of bronchiolitis obliterans, the medical term for popcorn lung. The ailment, which affects airways in the lungs, took its name from the cases of workers who developed it after inhaling the fumes of a heated flavoring agent at microwave popcorn plants nearly two decades ago. That chemical, diacetyl, is no longer used in most factories.
Because diacetyl is present in many e-cigarette flavors, health officials have worried that popcorn lung could afflict vapers. The American Lung Association called for the FDA to require that diacetyl and other hazardous chemicals be removed from e-cigarette cartridges.
“This is an urgent issue for public health, especially given the popularity of e-cigarettes among youth,” the association said in a blog post.
The study of the Canadian boy, which pointed to inhalation of flavoring agents as a possible cause for his illness, could be the first report linking vaping to popcorn lung. The doctors noted, however, that the “exact mechanism of injury and causative agent are unknown.” A more thorough lung biopsy was deemed unsafe, CBC News reported, and the teen had thrown away his used vaping cartridges.
The teen’s doctors said their research underscores “the need for further research into all potentially toxic components of e-liquids and tighter regulation of e-cigarettes.”
Malik Algubani warns us from over-estimating technology.
“One computer can launch a rocket, but a human has to make (or program) the computer!”
Stout Theater presents Law & Order Fairy Tale Unit Thursday, December 5th and Friday, December 6th, 2019.
This production is a Law & Order spoof depicting crimes occurring on Fairy Tale Lane. Join detectives H.D. (Humpty Dumpty) and Cindy (aka Cinderella) as they and their partners try to discover just who is responsible for huffing, puffing and blowing houses down.
“Law & Order: Fairy Tale Unit” is a delightful play combining the popular television series and many beloved but fractured fairy tales.
We are asking our guests to donate new socks for Women and Children as we will be working with organizations that help victims of domestic violence. Stout Theater believes in empowering our communities through entertainment and education. #TheatreWithAPurpose
Tickets for Law & Order Fairy Tale Unit are $5 and can be purchased at the door.
Doors open at 6:30pm. Play starts at 7:00 pm
We look forward to an evening of great fun and entertainment.
“Law & Order: Fairy Tale Unit”, written by Johnathan Rand