Archive for November, 2015

Permission Slip for Academic Games Meeting

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The students received this in class on Monday. It is required to stay after school on Thursday for the meeting.

PermissionSlip AG meeting Permission slip

Academic Games Schedule

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Here is the calendar for Academic games Tournaments and Practices.

Academic Games Schedule

 

Meeting Nov. 12 3-4pm

Practice Nov. 17 3-4:30pm

Practice Nov. 18 3-4:30pm

Practice Nov. 19 3-4:30 pm

Practice Tournament 2-5 pm (only top 15 students will come to Stout)

Practice Dec. 1 3-4:30pm

Tournament 1 Dec. 2 2-5 pm (only top 15 student s will come to Stout)

Practice Dec. 3 3-4:30pm

Practice Dec. 8 3-4:30 pm

Tournament 2 Dec. 9 2-5 pm (only top 15 students will come to Stout)

Practice Dec. 10 7-7:45 am

Practice Dec. 15 3-4:30 pm

Tournament 3 Dec. 16 2-5 pm (only top 15 students will come to Stout)

Practice Dec. 17 7-7:45 am

Practice Jan. 5 3-4:30pm

Tournament 4 Jan. 6 2-5 pm (only top 15 students will come to Stout)

Practice Jan. 8 3-4 pm

Practice Jan. 12 3-4:30 pm

Tournament 5 Jan. 13 2-5 pm (only top 15 students will come to Stout)

Practice Jan. 15 3-4 pm

Super Tournament Jan 19 2-5 pm

Super Tournament Jan 20 2-5 pm

*Students are eligible to attend a tournament based on attendance at practice,skill level, behavior in class and at practices, and grades in core subjects. A new list of students attending will be made each week for tournament play.

Football Intramurals

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PermissionSlip for Intramurals Practice

Literature Contest Announcement

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Call for Entries

Do you like to write scary stories or mysteries? Do you have a ghost story to tell? Do you have any gothic poetry up your sleeve?

As part of The Big Read celebration of Edgar Allan Poe, the Dearborn Public Library is sending out a call for original Poe inspired stories or poetry.

The deadline is November 15. This program is open to all ages.

Your work may be selected for publication in the Poe short story collection.

To participate, email your short story (or other written work) of approximately one to three pages, along with one or two sentences about yourself, to hfischer@ci.dearborn.mi.us or thebigreaddearborn@gmail.com.

The content should be in a Word document or written as text in the email message. Please also complete the release form, which is available at bigreaddearborn.org, so that your work can be considered for publication.

Original photos and artwork, along with your narrative, are also welcome and can be emailed along with your text.

Possible topics include:

  • Scary / suspense or sci-fi stories or Mysteries
  • Ghost stories or poems
  • Something about dreams, as The Big Read theme is “Dreaming Dreams No Mortal Ever Dared to Dream Before”
  • Anything else Poe related, whether fictional or true

Dearborn Public Library will compile all selected stories and produce a Poe book of for its library collection. Also, copies will be available for purchase via a link on its website. Proceeds will benefit the Dearborn Public Library.

If you do not have access to email, you may also mail these items to:

Henry Ford Centennial Library
16301 Michigan Ave.
Dearborn, MI 48126
Attn: The Big Read Dearborn

Fun-filled activities and events centered on Poe’s great tales and poems will take place in and around Dearborn in February through March 2016.

The kickoff is scheduled for Saturday, February 6, 2-4 p.m. at Henry Ford Centennial Library. The Big Read wraps up with a visit from Poe himself on Saturday, March 19 (location TBD).

Sign up for email updates at www.bigreaddearborn.org!

Here is the flyer:

big-read-2015-16-flyer-call-for-entries-2

Pictures are coming!

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Haven’t ordered yet? Don’t miss this year’s school picture!

  1. Go to mylifetouch.com

  2. Log in with your Portrait ID and Access Code located in your picture package

    Picture Day ID: LM645144Y0

To redeem your complimentary digital SmileSafe card, click here.

Parent/Guardian, how was this year’s school picture experience? Take survey.

Arrival Time Safety

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Please make sure students do not arrive at school before 7:40 unless they are working in a classroom with a teacher. Breakfast is served from 7:40-7:50 in the cafeteria. Students are not allowed to go to lockers until 7:50, when they are dismissed from the cafeteria.

We have had some complaints about our behavior in the lunchroom before school and want to remind families that other classes are in session when we arrive at school. Please continue to enter the building through either set of doors and go straight to the lunchroom.

 

 

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