Archive for May, 2018

Dearborn Schools Summer Adventure Club


The Dearborn Public Schools is now enrolling children ages 3 (toilet learned) to 12 for the fun-filled Summer Adventure Club/Camp program that runs June 20-Aug. 17, 2018.

The Summer Adventure Club/Camp offers children an exciting variety of activities such as daily swimming, science activities, music, life skills, arts and crafts, dance, team building, and weekly field trips.

The program will be held at Snow Elementary School, 2000 Culver St., Dearborn MI 48124.

This year’s theme is “Full Steam Ahead!” (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics).

June 20 – 22 Our Bodies In Motion

June 25 – 29 Our Backyard Garden

July 2 – 6 Draw, Paint, and Sculpt

July 9 – 13 Recyclable Treasures

July 16 – 20 Kitchen Chemists

July 23 – 27 Mix It Up (Liquids)

July 30-Aug 3 It All Measures Up

August 6-10 Engi-Nuity

August 13 – 17 Score!! (Science in Sports)

This is a great program for busy families because children may attend less than five days per week, instead of the full week required by most summer day camp programs. A minimum attendance of three days per week for at least four weeks is required (12 days).

There is a $35 registration fee for the first child and $15 for each additional child.

Preschool, School Age, and Middle School children:

$185 weekly less than 9 hours (includes field trip admissions; $6-8 bus/fuel surcharges additional)

$200 weekly more than 9 hours (includes field trip admissions; $6-8 bus/fuel surcharges additional)

Daily rates will be charged at $40 for 9 hours or less, and $43 for over 9 hours.  Sibling discounts of 10% are given for each additional child.  All paperwork is due 48 hours before first day of attendance.

For more information on this program or any of the paid preschool programs offered by the Dearborn Public Schools please contact the Early Childhood Program Office at (313) 827-8350 or (313) 827-6260.

31 Summer Adventure Camp


Memorial Day Marchers


Congratulations STEM Marching Band on a fabulous performance at the Memorial Day Parade on Monday!

Student Council Meeting Wednesday


There will be a student council meeting on Wednesday, May 30th from 3:00-3:55 pm in room 186B. During this meeting members will write thank you cards and create posters for our final event!

Thank you,
Ms. Laramee

Kids Club 2018-2019


Next year we begin our day at 7:25 AM and end at 2:15 PM, so

Kids Club after school care is being offered from 2:30-6:00 pm.

Here is their brochure and coupon for registration:

STEM Kids Club (cover)

STEM Kids Club (inside)

Coupon for Kids Club

Math Circles Ends Today!


Today is the last session of Math Circles from 3:30-4:30 pm in Ms. Bissonette’s room.

8th Grade Promotion Ceremony! – June 13 at 1:00 PM

It’s that time again. Time to prepare for our 2nd 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony! – June 13 at 1:00 PM
During the ceremony an 8th grade student makes a speech on behalf of the entire class.
The speech should be centered around a reflection, theme, looking forward, etc.  and should be no longer than 2-3 minutes.
Students wishing to be considered should submit a TYPED version of their speech no later than May 31st to MS. FRYZEL.
A committee will then narrow the submissions down to 4-5 and Mr. Baydoun will make the final selection.
Good Luck 🙂

Health Class Begins Soon!

A message from Mr. Theisen:
Health class will start on Thursday, 5/17.  It is strongly encouraged that all children attend and learn the valuable lessons that are taught in health.  This is a great opportunity for students to understand what it means to live a healthy lifestyle and how they can make good (eating/fitness) choices throughout their life.
Classes will be divided by gender, there will be class work, homework, and information they will be required to know.
Please read the attached flyer:
Please email Mr. Theisen if you have any questions.

Wednesday is a Late Start!


School will begin one hour later than usual.

Parent & Stakeholder Survey


This is a reposting of an earlier post. If you have already completed the survey, THANK YOU!

As part of our yearly school improvement process we would like to have your input to make STEM a better place to be!

Please consider providing some data for us by completing the parent and/or stakeholder surveys.

The stakeholder survey can be completed by anyone in the community, including parents.

The students completed their own surveys at school this week.

The links are below:

parent survey

stakeholder survey

Thank you for your continued support!

Its Progress Reports Time!


Since this marks the halfway point of the marking period, district progress reports will be mailed home next week for any student earning a C- or lower in any class.  Those students will also receive a classroom progress report printed by the teacher and students will have until Friday, May 18 to submit any work that is missing, unless a teacher has specifically given you a deadline for a project that was due a long time ago:)

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