Archive for September 7, 2018

Math Circles Begin Soon!

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Math Circles is an after school club that meets on Wednesdays until 3:30.

It is run by the University of Michigan, Dearborn and lead by math professors in Ms. Bissonette’s room.

For more information, check out their website.

Students must complete the online application to register.

Please return the permission slip to Ms. Bissonette.

Math Circles Poster

If you have any questions, please email me at bissonm@dearbornschools.org 

The first session begins Wednesday, Sept. 26!

 

Reminder: Picture Day is Monday

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School pictures will be taken on Monday, September 10 in the morning.

All students will have their picture taken for school ID purposes.

To purchase a package, please visit mylifetouch.com to order online and use the school code:  LM748103Y0

Flyer-2018-09-10

STEM Late Work Policy 2018-19

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Our goal at STEM is to provide meaningful opportunities for learning to occur that meet the needs of each and every student. As educators, we are aware that each student works at their own pace and has different needs outside of school as a result of family situations and extracurricular activities.

 

At STEM we are always trying to raise the bar and prepare our students for high school as well as real life.  With that in mind we created a homework policy that well help our students better be prepared for their future careers.

 

The STEM late work policy for the year is as follows:

Classwork and/or homework is expected to be turned in by the due date on a consistent basis.

If this is not possible, late work will be accepted, but only up until the Monday following the assignment deadline. That means that if an assignment is due during the week, students have all week through the weekend to complete their missing work, if necessary.

 

Teachers will not accept late assignments for points after Mondays at 2:15pm.

Religious Diversity Journey- 7th grade ONLY

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Attention 7th Grade Parents and Students,

This year 700  7th graders from around the metro area will benefit from the one-of-a-kind, immersive, interfaith literacy and diversity appreciation curriculum we will experience during our time together.

This year marks our 4th year as RDJ partners.  Approximately 50 seventh graders from our district will be selected to participate  and we look forward to having a rewarding learning experience.   We are allowed to select 6 seventh graders from STEM to participate in this experience.

If you are interested, please read the attached information sheet and fill out the two page application form.

All application forms with proper signatures are due to Ms. Fryzel NO later than Friday, September 14th. 

From the submitted applications, 6 students will be chosen to Represent STEM Middle School.

RDJ Information Sheet

RDJ Application

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