Dearborn Public Schools will not be distributing free student meals on March 31. Students and most staff are on spring break that week, and schools will be closed.
Families who use the free meal program are encouraged to make sure they stop by a pickup on Wednesday, March 24, to get food for their students.
The district distributes food on Wednesdays from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the weeks that students are in school.
Pickup is available at Bryant Middle, Dearborn High, Edsel Ford High, Fordson High, Lowrey, McCollough-Unis, Salina Intermediate, Smith Middle, Stout Middle, and Woodworth Middle schools.
Family members can pick up a bag or box containing a week’s worth of food for any Dearborn Public Schools student or sibling younger than 18 in the household. No ID is required, and the student does not need to attend that building or come with the adult picking up the food.
Stout Middle Schoolis using this Parent Survey as a means to elicit your beliefs and opinions to help target areas for the school system to improve and areas to continue to be effective. Your opinion is important to us, and we ask that you take the time to complete this form. The online survey will be available from March 15-March 26. In order to complete the survey, please click on this link: https://forms.gle/whQTYFprcm8CBxMb9
Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous and your honest opinions are appreciated. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Mr. Oke, Stout Principal. Thank you in advance for supporting our improvement efforts. Your cooperation and support in completing the parent survey will be greatly appreciated.
Congratulations to Fusion Cheer! With at score of 407.83, their highest of the season, Fusion Cheer took first place overall in today’s Warren Woods Tower competition!
Just one year ago, Stout and Smith Middle Schools joined together and created Dearborn’s first middle school competitive cheer team – Fusion Cheer. After a great first season, Fusion Cheer has been working hard this season. In just their second season, facing challenges that included virtual practices due to Covid, the team has remained focused and dedicated, taking their performance to a higher level! Fusion cheer has had an amazing 2020-2021 season so far, taking 1st place in four out of five competitions. With one more competition to go, they are looking to keep the winning streak going. Congratulations to these AMAZING athletes!
Students & Parents in the Virtual Learning Program,
On Wednesday, March 10th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade teachers will be distributing the second book in our math series to students in the Virtual Learning Program who have not already pick this book up. Math teachers will be in the front circle drive at Stout from 1:00 pm until 3:00 pm to pass out math books. Parents will need to know their student’s grade when they pull up to the covered walkway in front of the school. Parents can stay in their car and a teacher will hand them the book through the car window. We ask that parents wear a mask when picking up their child’s book and any other time they visit the building. Students who are or will be attending school in-person will get their new math book when they come to school.
We appreciate you coming to school next Wednesday to pick up your book.
Just a reminder that all students will be starting a new daily schedule on Monday, March 1st. Classes now start at 8:50 each morning. This new start time is for both students attending school in-person and those attending class virtually online. Links to the new daily schedule and to a monthly calendar that shows which students attend in-person each day are included below. We are looking forward to seeing Group A 6th graders in person on Monday, March 1st, and Group B 6th graders in person on Tuesday, March 2nd. All other students will be attending class virtually (online).
Thank you to the over 125 parents who joined us yesterday! The presentations that were shared with families and guardians yesterday in our Parent Meetings are linked below. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to call the office at (313) 827-4600.
We will be holding informational meetings via Zoom on Wednesday, February 24th, 2021 to present information on our Hybrid Return to School model. PLEASE plan on attending one of these important meetings whether you opted to have your child attend in-person or virtually for the remainder of the year. We will be hosting three meetings to meet the needs of our families. Your role as a partner in this process will ensure a safe, healthy, and smooth transition back to in-person learning. We look forward to seeing you soon! Links to the meetings have been shared via email.
Parents who would like their child to learn online for the remainder of the school year have until Wednesday, February 24th to opt into the Virtual Learning Program. If you are making this choice for your child, please know that they will continue to learn online for the remainder of the school year and will not be able to return to in-person learning until the 2021-2022 school year. Please complete this form to insure placement into the Virtual Learning Program and contact the office to let us know about your decision.
Parents who originally opted into the Virtual Learning Program during the previous two enrollment windows received an email confirming their selection several weeks ago. Parents wishing to opt out of the Virtual Learning Program should email Mr. Oke (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mrs. Faraj (email@example.com) by Wednesday, February 24th and express their intent to opt their child out of the Virtual Learning Program.