Advocacy 101: Join ACCESS ASAP Youth Council for a virtual FREE training for all newcomers to advocacy who share a common agenda to improve overall health policies by supporting all efforts to integrate mental health, substance use disorder and physical health care. You will walk away from this training armed with confidence and excitement.
We will be distributing Chromebooks again on April 27th, 2020 from 1pm to 3pm at Stout Middle School. This will be a drive-through set up at the front of the building in the circular driveway. Parents/students do not have to exit their vehicle. Chromebooks will be distributed in disinfected plastic bags and parents will be asked to complete a form.
ALL Stout students are eligible to pick up a Chromebook. This means that even if you have multiple students at Stout, you may still pick up an additional Chromebook if you need one.
Vaping & Hookah 101: Join ACCESS ASAP Youth Council for a virtual FREE training on the basics of vaping and hookah among youth, how they work, and the importance of proactive prevention. You will walk away from this training with a better understanding around the serious health risks associated with smoking.
We will be limiting the use of Google Meets for online learning beginning tomorrow. A few teachers may still continue utilizing them and others may be offering sign-ups for smaller group sessions. Students will be able to sign up via email with their classroom teacher. This will allow teachers to have more control over who enters/exits these sessions and ensures that the sessions are conducive to learning. Other teachers will be recording new instruction using Google Meet or other software. Please have your child check their teachers’ blogs, Google Classrooms, and iLearn sites for information on online learning as we transition to a new platform. As you know, teachers are always available to answer any questions you may have.
Please click on the link below for a letter from Mr. Oke & Ms. Faraj explaining Stout’s remote learning plan for the remainder of the school year. Starting this week, Students will follow a schedule for their online learning, and the work they complete will be graded. The letter includes links to each grade’s schedule and videos of Ms. Faraj and Mr. Oke explaining portions of the learning plan.
Grades for the 3rd marking period are available to view in Parent Connect and Student Connect. Instructions for accessing Parent Connect are included with this post. Grades for the marking period were calculated using work that was assigned prior to the governor closing school buildings on 3/13. We will not be mailing paper copies of the 3rd marking period home, because we are unable to access the school building due to the governor’s “stay at home” order. Please contact individual teachers for any questions about grading. We hope you and your family continue to be healthy and safe.
ستكون درجات فترة العلامات الثالثة متاحة للعرض في Parent Connect و Student Connect . يتم تضمين تعليمات الوصول إلى Parent Connect في هذه المشاركة. تم احتساب الدرجات لفترة الموسم باستخدام العمل الذي تم تعيينه قبل إغلاق المحافظ للمباني المدرسية في 3/13. لن نرسل أي نسخًة ورقية عبر البريد المنزل لنتائج فترة التعليم الثالثة ، لأننا غير قادرين على الوصول إلى مبنى المدرسة بسبب أمر “البقاء في المنزل” من قبل الحاكم. يرجى الاتصال في المعلم مباشرة إذا كان لديكم أي أسئلة حول الدرجات. نأمل أن تستمر أنت وعائلتك في الحفاظ على صحتك وأمانك.
Please read the attached statement from Dr. Maleyko regarding Governor Whitmer’s order to close school buildings for the remainder of the school year. This was posted to the district website last Thursday.