Category Archives: Stout Middle School News

The Falcon Funds Weekly Winners

Each one of these students will win one of these prizes:

  • A Front of the Line Lunch for a full week.
  • Wear a Hat for a full week.
  • Listen to Music during Lunch for a full week

Students can get their prizes from Mr. Sabra.

Stout Track is back!

With the arrival of spring, comes the 2019 Stout Track season for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders! The first day of tryouts will take place on MONDAY, APRIL 8th, the first day back from SPRING BREAK! If you plan to tryout, please read the following requirements:

  1. Students must have a minimum of a 2.0 GPA and maintain that (or above) throughout the season. If a 2.0 is not reached or is lost, the athlete will be dismissed from the team.
  2. School behavior (bus, hallway, class, cafeteria, etc.) must be appropriate.  Students with poor behavior will not be permitted to join, or can be removed if behavior becomes negative at any point during the season..
  3. Students must have a sports physical completed BEFORE they can participate in the first practice on April 8thIf you’ve already played football, basketball, swimming, or volleyball for Stout, you already have a physical on file.  If you haven’t played a sport yet, get a physical form from the office ASAP and let a doctor fill it out! 

 ***ATTENTION THEATER STUDENTS: If you are interested in being part of the track team, please see Coach Hool (boys) or Coach Crechiolo (girls) to make us aware of your interest, as the play performances don’t end until after track season begins.

Want some advice? Running can be very challenging…so start getting ready now!  Run, run, and run some more!  If you wait until tryouts begin…you’ll be gasping for air on the bleachers instead of sprinting around the track!

Please contact Coach Hool at or Coach Crechiolo at

Tuesday, March 19, 2019 Stout Daily Bulletin

Here is your Tuesday’s Bulletin 03-19-2019

Maleyko receives the 2019 Business Leader of the Year Award

On Friday, March 18, 2019, Superintendent Maleyko received the 2019 Business Leader of the Year Award from the Dearborn Area Chamber of Commerce.  This important honor shows the strong connection  between Dearborn Public Schools and the business community and emphasizes the relationship between the local education system and the local economy.  

New Tardy Procedures

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 the new procedures, we will be focusing on the number of tardies in individual classes instead of the cumulative number of tardies.

  • Students will be responsible for tracking their tardies in each class on a poster or in a binder. Students will have to initial next to their name on the poster/in the binder whenever they are late to class.
  • Teachers will provide students with a warning upon reaching their 3rd tardy in a class.
  • On the 4th tardy, students will be referred to the office for a consequence.

As we transition into these new procedures, students who already have three or more tardies in a class will receive a warning from their teacher. Teachers may also be contacting you if your child has three or more tardies in their class. Please note that your child’s attendance, including the number and dates of both tardies and absences, can be viewed on Parent Connect. If you do not have access to Parent Connect, please contact the office for assistance.

Regular attendance and being on-time are important life skills. Please support us by encouraging your student to be in class and on-time on every day.

Thank you,

Mr. Oke

Dr. Malyeko’s Message

My thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and the families of the New Zealand Massacre. We will provide support to students and staff who may have difficulty at school as a result of this horrific act.  We will stand together and support each other as we always do. Take care everyone.

Edsel Ford High School Incoming Freshmen Volleyball Meeting: Friday, March 22

There will be an Edsel Ford High School volleyball meeting for incoming freshmen on March 22nd at 7:00pm in the EFHS cafeteria. 

The Final Battle of the Books: Friday, March 29

Prepare for the final Battle of the Books. It will take place on Friday March 29th at 1:00 p.m. in the Team Meeting Room. You don’t need to bring anything with you. Computers will be set up for you. Mrs. Acker is taping the event and she will be posting it on her blog afterward if any of your family or friends want to see you compete.  Best of luck!

Mercury, Not Venus, Is the Closest Planet to Earth

By Ryan F. Mandelbaum

A team of scientists just demonstrated something that might shock you: Mercury, not Venus, is the closest planet to Earth on average. The researchers presented their results this week in an article in the magazine   Physics Today. They explain that our methods of calculating which planet is “the closest” oversimplify the matter. But that’s not all. Please continue reading…

Falcon Flyer on sale: Monday, March 18 & Tuesday, March 19

On Monday, March 18 and Tuesday, March 19, the Falcon Flyer student newspaper will be on sale in the cafeteria during breakfast and sixth grade lunch.  It costs $1.00 to buy your issue and your chance to win our March Madness prizes. If you would like to buy a Falcon Flyer t-shirt, pick up an order form in the office or in room D-4 and get your money to Mr. Melvin by spring break.

Quote of the Day

Maya Angelou hit the nail on the head with her quote:

“Hate, it has caused a lot of problems in the world but hasn’t solved one yet!”

Monday’s March 18, 2019 Stout Daily Bulletin

Here is your Monday’s Bulletin 03-18-2019

Friday, March 14, 2019 Stout Daily Bulletin

Here is your Friday, March 15, 2019 Stout Daily Bulletin

A Seat at the Table

By Glenn Maleyko, Ph.D
Superintendent, Dearborn Public Schools

I was excited to get the call asking if I would join several Superintendents from the TriCounty area along with state and local union leaders to participate in a meeting with Governor Whitmer at the Cadillac Building in Detroit. The purpose of the meeting was to learn about her budget plan, ask questions, and get a better understanding of how this budget proposal will support increases for funding public schools. Please continue to read


Our Choir in action

Went to deliver a certificate of Merit for a student who did well in the Math League yearly contest, and this is what I found. Click on the link and depending on your media player settings it will either start playing or download to your device.Click here to download Choir