Calling all Stout Falcons! Our first Be1 Club Meeting will be held in Room D-2 at 3:00 pm on Wednesday, November 4th. The Be1 Club is Stout’s Antibullying club which aims to shut down bullying. Old and new members are welcome.
Bullying in NOT COOL
The Middle Years newsletter contains many important and helpful articles that could be used as a tool in the academic progress of your children. Click on the link below to download the October and November 2015 issues.
This is another reminder to please click on the link below to sign up to bring a side dish, dessert, drinks, plates, napkins, plastic ware, cups, etc. for the Teacher Appreciation Dinner that is happening Wednesday, October 28th for the Teachers before Conferences.
We are providing pizza, bread sticks and salad. Please help us with other side dishes, desserts and plastic/paper ware.
You can drop off your donations to the office on the morning of the 28th or we will be there setting up starting at 2pm for the dinner in the cafeteria. Please remember there is no where to keep dishes that need to be cold or warmed up.
Congratulations to Chris Adams, Sukaina Al-dhalimi, Jameel Baksh, Ava Dobos, and Lily Kanclerz for their wonderful performance with the Wayne State University Honor Band. Eighty (80) students from around the Detroit area gathered, rehearsed all day, and performed at Wayne State University on Saturday, Oct. 25th. What an honor for our students and a privilege for Stout to have 5 of the top 80 musicians in our area!
Event: 5th annual city-wide Response to Bullying Extravaganza
When: 6 p.m., Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Where: Michael A. Guido Theater
Ford Community & Performing Arts Center.
Contact: Jacqui Rivait at 313-827-3109
Bring family. Bring friends! All are encouraged to attend this fun-filled, FREE event. Set to the music and themes from Broadway hit “Wicked,” the event shares the lessons…
“Wicked” tells the “back story” of the two witches in the Wizard of Oz, illustrating that there are two sides to every story. As young girls, the “good witch” wasn’t always so good and the “bad witch” was repeatedly teased, bullied, and left out. In the end, the two girls became friends…but not until after they learned the important lessons that words and actions have consequences; everyone has the power to help others; and, working together, people have unlimited potential to succeed.
For more info, please click on the following link to download the full press-release: