Last Monday’s Parent-Teacher Conferences were rescheduled for Monday, November 18th from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. If you were unable to attend last Wednesday, please join us this Monday for opportunity to meet with your child’s teachers.
Due to inclement weather, all after-school activities on Monday, November 11th, including tonight’s Parent-Teacher Conferences have been cancelled. All students will need to go home at dismissal.
October 10, 2019 Dear Parents, As part of our ongoing effort to keep an open line of communication with our parents, I would like to take a moment to share information regarding a threatening comment brought to our attention. On Thursday, a student shared with Stout administration that another student had made comments threatening violent […]
Dear Stout Community, The other day I shared information with you regarding an ongoing investigation involving an interaction between a staff member and student. The District continues to work with all parties involved to conclude this investigation and then work toward determining the appropriate actions to be taken. The District has a process in place […]
Dear Stout Community, Recent reports regarding comments made to a student by a staff member at Stout are of course very troubling and of great concern to all of us. This is obviously not part of the normal culture and climate that we know exist in our Stout community. As a school community that values […]
Once again, Stout 7th and 8th grade students will have the opportunity to develop leadership skills on the Superintendent & Executive Directors’ Student Advisory Council (SEDSAC). Stout SEDSAC members will meet regularly with our Executive Director, Dr. Chochol, and the school principal, Mr. Oke. Last year’s student leaders, planned Charity Week, created a student survey […]
Parents, community members, and school district staff are invited to chat about Dearborn Public Schools with Superintendent Dr. Glenn Maleyko this Monday, March 25th, at Stout Middle School. Chatting with the Superintendent gatherings are less formal than School Board meetings, providing an opportunity for interactive conversation on a variety of school-related topics. The meeting is […]
Dear Parents, Today, we implemented new tardy procedures. Previously, students received a consequence starting with their 8th cumulative tardy of the marking period. Despite having two additional minutes between classes this school year, we have seen an increase in tardies. Last Wednesday, we held assemblies with each grade-level to explain the new tardy procedures. For […]
Dear Stout Community, Yesterday, the Dearborn Police Department investigated comments made by a Stout student on social media. The police department identified the student, visited the student’s home, and determined that the comments did not constitute a credible threat. The student explained that the comments were meant as a “joke”. Regardless, this type of behavior […]
Report Cards were distributed to students during their 6th period class today. Absent students may pick up their report card tomorrow (Tuesday) from their 6th period teacher. Unclaimed report cards will be mailed home on Wednesday. Please contact your student’s teachers for any questions about grading. Student grades can also be viewed on Parent Connect.
Dearborn Public Schools implements a School Improvement Process (SIP). As part of the SIP protocol, each school is visited by a team of district administrators twice each school year. The visiting teams provide schools with feedback that is used to improve practices within each school. For the second semester, the district would like to invite […]
Due to extremely cold temperatures and wind chills, all after school activities for Tuesday, January 29, 2019 are cancelled. This includes all parent meetings, concerts, athletic competitions and practices. Adult and Community Education classes will also be closed this evening (1/29/19). Kids Club and All Day Pre-School will remain open until the normal ending hour of 6 […]
Students in need of assistance in their content area classes can attend after-school tutoring sessions. Students must be signed up for tutoring by their appropriate content area teacher. The content area teacher will provide the tutor with information regarding what areas the student needs assistance in. There is a limit of 20 students per tutor […]
We are happy to announce that Mr. Rashid Baydoun will be returning to the Stout Theater Program next week. We apologize for any undue stress this has caused students and our school community. Mr Baydoun needed some time away from extracurricular activities to attend to a few matters and he will soon be ready to continue […]
Please welcome Ms. Hannah Mitchell to Stout Middle School. Ms. Mitchell is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University, where she majored in Language Arts. Ms. Mitchell will be taking over Ms. Cutean’s 8th grade language arts classes on Monday, January 7th. Ms. Cutean resigned to accept a different position.