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6th Graders had their Wheels Assembly today, Friday, 08, 2018. Humorous Mr. Hool and his buddy, Mr. Haddad along with the ever-behind-the-scene Mrs. Schulkey ran the show smoothly and were as cool as the other side of the pillow. Students were recognized for their achievements and were awarded gifts. The biggest event was, of course, the 26″ Mountain Bike that was won by Benjamin Foor. Congratulations to all of our winners for a job well done.
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“You think teachers hate you, but they don’t. They only hate your actions!”
To be more exact, they only hate bad choices, and that’s because they care about you.
Mrs. Sareini will be delivering the orders on Thursday June 7th morning during 1st hour to U. S. History classes. Students, who had purchased the yearbook in advance, will get their yearbooks on Thursday as well, but during their Social Studies period.
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There will be a meeting at 8:30 a.m. today, Wednesday June 6, 2018 in the cafeteria for current 8th grade students that will be attending Dearborn High and are interested in playing football in 9th grade.
Please remember that you must have a ride to school at 6:30 A.M. on the day of the trip and must have a ride from Stout to their home at 10:00 P.M.
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“Don’t judge my choices if you don’t understand my reasons!”
- Fold several pieces of paper in half to make a book.
- Help your child write down the story.
- Have him or her draw pictures to go with each page.
- Display your child’s creation proudly!