Archive for January, 2018

Student Council Meeting Rescheduled

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Ms. Laramee will not be at school today and would like to reschedule the student council meeting for next Wednesday from 3-4.

Student Council Meeting

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A Student Council Meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 31 from 3:00-4:00 pm in room 186B. The agenda Includes creating posters for the Valentine’s Day Sucker sale and the Animal Shelter Necessity Drive. Students will also create Valentine cards for Ms. True’s MBCC classes. 

Thank you,

Ms. Laramee

Grades in Student Connect

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Please be aware that the current grades in Student Connect are incorrect again. Any time the marking period changes we are encountering incorrect separation of the marking periods. Your grade for the report card was correct on Friday. There is no need to email a teacher because your grade was posted to the report card on Friday afternoon. Thanks!

Monday is a Half Day

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Monday is the beginning of second semester. We will run the same 1/2 day schedule as today. All classes will meet and dismissal is 11:05.

Influenza Fact Sheet

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Please read the following information from the district regarding the flu.

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Pizza Sale Reminder

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Thursday is the PTA pizza sale! We should have some extra cheese pizza and juice for sale for $1.00 each.

Michael Berry Career Center College and Career Night 2018

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The Dearborn Public Schools Career & Technical Education (CTE) Department will host a College and Career Night on Thursday, February 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Michael Berry Career Center, located on the Dearborn Heights Campus at 22586 Ann Arbor Trail in Dearborn Heights.
All Dearborn middle and high school students, along with their families, are invited to attend and explore exciting programs available to prepare them for life after high school, how to get into college, how college works, and how to best prepare for the in-demand, high-paying jobs of tomorrow.
• Meet MBCC staff and students, tour the building and learn about Career and Technical Education programs in Health Science, Culinary Arts, Digital Design and Media, Business and Computers.
• Teachers from all Dearborn High School, Edsel Ford and Fordson will be on hand to talk about the CTE classes available to students as electives.
• Representatives from Henry Ford College and several other colleges will be on hand to discuss college credit for high school coursework (articulated credit), college applications, financial aid and what to expect after graduation.
• Local businesses will share information about the current job market and how to best prepare for current job openings.
• Members of local skilled trades organizations will talk about how to receive high-tech training and get a great paying job, without college loans and debt.
• Counselors and CTE staff will discuss the Michigan Merit Curriculum and how CTE classes may meet some graduation requirements.
• Various student organizations will be present to talk about student leadership, competition, and how to apply classroom learning to the real world.
• Dearborn Adult and Community Education will be available to discuss GED, ESL and training classes available to all Dearborn residents.
For more information, contact Mr. John Bayerl, CTE/Perking Supervisor, Michael Berry Career Center at (313) 827-4808 or email Bayerlj@dearbornschools.org.

No Jazz Band Wednesday!

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Jazz Band rehearsal is cancelled for Wed. Jan 24th. Please continue to practice your music independently or with a friend.

-Ms. Hartrick

No Newspaper Club Tomorrow!

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Mr. Tawile will be attending a conference and will not be here tomorrow afternoon.

Marking Period Ends Friday

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All late work is due Wednesday, Jan. 24!

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