I could see few smiles on the faces of students and staff as Spring Break edges closer. Dearborn Public Schools will be closed from Monday, April 1st till Friday, April 5th and will reopen on Monday, April 8th. Enjoy your time off.
Nominations due April 18 for Impact Award to recognize Dearborn Schools non-teaching staff Students and parent are invited to make nominations for the District’s Impact Award, which will recognize non-teaching staff and non-classroom educators for their outstanding contributions to helping students, enhancing the school environment or providing excellent customer service in other roles.
The deadline for submitting Impact Award nominations is noon on Thursday, April 18, 2019.
The Dearborn Area Chamber of Commerce honors outstanding classroom teachers every year with the Students’ Choice Alberta Muirhead Award. The Impact Award was created to recognize the many other outstanding staff members who serve in a variety of roles and help create a better Dearborn
Public Schools. Nominees should be consistently professional, personable and polite as they work with students, contribute to the school environment, and provide outstanding overall customer service.
District employees eligible for the Impact Award include full- or part-time staff members employed with the Dearborn Public Schools for more than three years.
Eligible staff members include principals, parapros, custodians, social workers, bus drivers, secretaries, media specialists, food service staff, social workers, skilled trades, computer technicians or anyone who is not a classroom teacher but works for Dearborn Public Schools. Previous nominees may be nominated again; however previous Impact Award winners may not win again. Nomination forms with a complete list of qualifications can be found and completed online at https://dearbornschools.org. A print version of the form is also available online, at school offices or at the Administrative Service Center (ASC). Printed forms need to be returned to Dearborn Public Schools, 18700 Audette St., Room 6, Dearborn, MI 48124 by noon April 18.
Four winners will be announced on May 21 at the annual Green Tie Dinner, sponsored by the Dearborn Education Foundation. Winners will receive $500 and an engraved award. For more information about nominating a staff member, or any aspect of the Impact Awards, contact the Communications Office at 313-827-3006 or email email@example.com.
Here is your Tuesday’s Stout Daily Bulletin 03-26-2019.
Upon looking at Edsel Ford Charity Week Candy Jar, Hanan Abubaker thought that (2×100) + 50 – 3 = 247, and so that was her guess; it turned out to be the only correct one. She took the candy jar home on Friday, March 25th. We just hope that she didn’t eat it all on the weekend. Stout students raised $45.00 for that charity event. Thanks to all who participated.
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 open to all community members, district staff, students and parents. Parents are welcome to attend the Chat, even if their child attends a different school. The Parent Chat will start at 6:00 p.m. in the Team Meeting Room.
The conversation will be driven by those in attendance and focus on topics related to individual schools or the District as a whole. Parents who want to discuss an individual student or staff member should arrange to meet privately with the school principal or the child’s teacher.
Here is you Monday’s Bulletin 03-25-2019
Greetings Dearborn Public School employees,
Featured in this issue of your e3 Dearborn Public Schools employee newsletter:
- Dearborn April is Arts month include an Arty Party on April 4 and Youth Arts Festival on April 24.
- The Foundation’s Green Tie dinner is May 21.
- The March 25 and April 22 chatting with the Superintendent.
- Into the Woods at Dearborn High continues tonight and tomorrow.
- Early Childhood open house is April 10 and Summer Camp registration has started.
- An Evening of Jazz on March 28 at 7 p.m. with ensembles from STEM Middle, Bryant Middle and Dearborn High.
I just wanted to reach out and thank the FEEL Relief team again for an amazing morning they gave our students. It was like Christmas morning or Eid celebration! Each one of our students felt so much love and felt seen by these two great women who run this organization: Nadine and Batool. They made each student an individual care package tailored to his/her needs and likes with a personalized letter to each family. They truly touched my heart and made such a difference in our students lives today. I also wanted to share these photos to show how much fun the students had. Mrs. Bittar
We are so lucky and blessed! It was amazing to see the kids faces! We cannot say thank you enough! The kids came in this morning still talking about it!! So grateful! Thank you so much! Mrs. Wheble
Stout Middle School invites you to join us to learn about the importance of mental health. Mr. Mohamed Alsaidy will present an Introduction to Mental Health from 9:30 – 10:30 am on Tuesday, March 26, 2019. Arabic and English translation will be available. For more info, please call our social worker, Mrs. Nasser @ (313) 827-4600.
تدعوكم مدرسة ستاوت المتوسطة إلى المشاركة في حملة توعية عن أهمية الصحة العقلية والذهنية. وسيقوم المحاضر السيد محمد الصعيدي بتعريفنا إلى الصحة العقلية من الساعة 9:30 و حتى 10:30 من صباح يوم الثلاثاء، 26 مارس (آذار)، 2019. وستوفر المدرسة خدمات الترجمة العربية والإنكليزية
للمزيد من المعلومات، يمكنكم الإتصال باالسيدة فايزة ناصر على الهاتف :4600 – 827 -313
Here is you Friday’s Bulletin 03-22-2019
Here is your Thursday’s Bulletin 03-21-2019
Telegraph Road is one of the busiest highways in Metro Detroit. However, little has been written about its history because its origins were obscure. Telegraph Road was originally constructed as a telegraph access path and a shorter route connecting Dearborn and Flat Rock. Until the late 1910s, Telegraph remained a minor dirt road. Keep on reading…
Telegraph near Ford Road photographed before the Wayne County Road Commission improved that stretch of highway around 1923.
Well, spring is officially here. In many parts of the world it coincides with Mother’s Day. It seems logical as they both represent rebirth. So, for those who are celebrating Mother’s Day on March 21st, Congratulations…
Here is your Wednesday’s Bulletin 03-20-2019