Student Sarah Elhaj, a 7th grader, wants you to “Never give up; always try your best and you will succeed.”
Friday, Sept. 20, 2019 is Teachers’ Professional Development Day, and so students can enjoy the school for ½ day! Buses are set to take you back home at 11:00 am. Teachers, in the meantime, will have to enjoy a very full day of school!
Student Weaam Alnamer, an 8th grader, believes that, “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream!”
Good afternoon everyone, If you are having difficulty with the Parent SIP Sign Up link, please use this updated one instead. Parent SIP Visit Sign Up Link. I apologize for any issues this might have caused.Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.Thank you, Hilda Irani Instructional Coach for School Improvement & the Dearborn Teacher […]
Greetings Governor Whitmer, Members of the Michigan Senate, and Michigan House of Representatives: It has been extremely difficult for us to start the new school year in Dearborn without knowing what our budgetary allocation will be from the state. We complied with state law, as we always do, and approved a budget prior to our […]
https://youtu.be/OkZlTRXyDZ4 Watch this video produced by some of Stout Middle School in 2010 about ways to act when witnessing a bullying incident.
Safa Aboraihan, a 7th grader, is always on time and walks in with a smile. She helps her peers with Spanish vocabulary and explains assignments. That is leading by example and demonstrates our core values. This positive attitude earns her a very delicious and colorful large cone of Popcornopolis from Mr. Sabra. Do keep the good […]
With heavy heart I announce to you that after school detentions will start on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019. It will be served in room G1 under Mrs. Crechiolo supervision. That’s the bad news; the good news is that it is in your own hands! Do the right thing and you won’t have to be detained!
Click on the following link to download your Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019 Stout Daily Bulletin. It is your eyes and ears into our school.
8th Grader, Yusef Hachem found what Mrs. Starr Sleiman was looking for: her watch. He demonstrated honesty and integrity and returned the watch to its rightful owner. That was leading by example and demonstrated our core values. It also earned him a very delicious and colorful large cone of Popcornopolis from Mr. Sabra. Do keep […]
Dear parents and residents Please read this important message about violence and threats of violence in Schools from Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney Kym Worthy. Click Here for the English Version Click Here for the Arabic Version Click Her for the Spanish Version.
Friday October 4, 2019 Theme: Around the World Lineup at 4:30 Parade starts at 5:00 Football Game starts at 7:00 We would like to invite the community to come watch the parade and join the festivities. We will exit the staff parking lot onto Pelham, turn onto Audette to Village Rd then turn onto Rotunda […]
Dear parents/guardians/residents Please find attached 2 forms that you need to make your vote counts. We are not asking you to vote for any particular candidate or party. We are simply asking you to vote and make your voice heard. One form is a registration vote to make sure you are registered to vote. The […]
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 […]