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Locker Item Pick Up Information:

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TUESDAY, JUNE 2nd  (This will be the ONLY pick up day)

Please follow the below directions for the safety of teachers, students, and parents

1.     On the day of pick up, NO students or parents will be allowed in the building. Do NOT get out of your car.

2.     Cars must ENTER through the Warren gate and pull up to door #20 so that your car faces Ann Arbor Trail.

3.     Please tell the teacher on the sidewalk the student you are picking up for.

4.     Have your trunk open, so that teachers have no contact as we deliver your belongings.

5.     Students will return instruments and library books (AKA Ms. Fryzel’s books) that day.

6.     6th and 7th graders can keep instruments over the summer.

Times: 

10:00 -11:00           6th Graders

11:00 – 12:00          7th Graders

12:00 – 1:00           8th Graders

1:00 – 1:30             Last Chance

8th grade Promotion Speech

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We will be having a virtual promotion ceremony for the 8th grade in order to recognize you for all of your hard work and accomplishments (MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW).  During this virtual ceremony, one 8th grade student will give a speech that captures the experiences you have had here at STEM for the past three years and also looks ahead to your future. 

If you would like to be considered as the 8th grade speech presenter, please read the following criteria:
1.  The speech can be no longer than 3 minutes.
2.  It should reflect on your middle school years and the time you spent at STEM.
3.  The topic/theme should be something that all the 8th graders can relate to and not just be relatable to you as an individual.
4.  You should talk about the future and give some advice or encouragement.
5.  Be sure to thank parents and teachers.
6.  A VIDEO of you delivering the speech must be shared with Ms. Fryzel through Google Classroom (an assignment has been posted) no later than 9:00 AM Monday, June 1st.
7.  Your video must be a FINAL version; like you are delivering it that day:  no background noises, a nice background, you are dressed formally, and the speech is fluent.

Meal Distribution

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Dearborn Public Schools families are reminded that the meal distribution schedule will have a few changes starting the week of May 18 – the week before Memorial Day.

Because schools were scheduled to be closed on Friday and Monday for Memorial Day weekend, there will be no food distribution on May 22 and 25.

Meal distributions will still occur on Monday May 18 and on Wednesday May 20.  The May 20 distribution will include breakfasts and lunches for a full week, so families should be prepared to carry the larger quantity, including a half gallon of milk per student.

Through May 20 pickup times will continue to be later at four locations. Fordson High School, Woodworth Middle School, Salina Intermediate and McCollough Elementary will distribute meals from noon to 2 p.m.

Dearborn High School, Edsel Ford High School and Smith Middle School will hand out meals from 10 a.m. to noon.

The week after Memorial Day, meal distribution will go back to 10 a.m. to noon at all seven locations. Meals that week will be distributed on Wednesday, May 27 and Friday, May 29.

Dearborn Public Schools has been providing 65,000 grab-and-go meals a week for our students.

One person can pick up food for any student living in the home.  The child does not need to attend that school.  Each bag contains breakfast and lunch for the days until the next pickup.

The grab-and-go meals are provided free to families through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s School Lunch Program. Through the program, Dearborn Public Schools offered free lunch and breakfast to all kindergarten to 12th grade students before schools were closed to slow the spread of novel coronavirus.

Meal distribution schedule:

May 11, 13, 15, 18 and 20

Meals distributed from 10 a.m. to noon at Dearborn High School, Edsel Ford High School and Smith Middle School and from noon to 2 p.m. at Fordson High School, Woodworth Middle School, Salina Intermediate and McCollough Elementary.

NO DISTRIBUTIONS MAY 22 AND 25

May 27 and 29 and June 1, 3, 5, 8 and 10

Meals distributed from 10 a.m. to noon at all seven locations.

P-EBT (Bridge) cards

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All our families are to receive these cards because we are a CEP district.

We have done everything from our end so at this time it is up to the DHHS to ensure that the families receive their cards.
In our last communication with them, we were told that DHHS processes the cards in batches and should be completed by mid-May. If you have further questions, you can contact 833-905-0028.

Also, there is a P-EBT reference page on MDE’s website that has information for districts and families. 

Oussama Baydoun – Assistant Principal

EFHS Clas of 2024

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This year’s scheduling will be done completely online through your Student Connect account.  You will have 1 week to select and submit your classes online starting Monday, May 11th – Monday, May 18th.

Attached in this email is a video with step-by-step instructions on how to select your classes (you must watch this).

You will only choose your electives (these are highlighted in yellow on the course selection sheet).  Your remaining core classes have been scheduled for you.  All students must have the following:

·         1 elective for 1st semester (course numbers begin with “61”) 

·         1 elective for 2nd semester (course numbers begin with “62”)

Please review the Class of 2024 Freshman Year Scheduling Presentation, the Student Portal Course Request video on how to select your classes via Student Connect, and the Online Grade 9 Course Selection Sheet.

DHS Class of 2024

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Current 8th grade STEM students going to DHS next year: 
Hello, Class of 2024!  

This year’s scheduling will be done completely online through your Student Connect account.  You will have 1 week to select and submit your classes online starting Monday, May 11th – Monday, May 18th.

Attached in this email is a video with step-by-step instructions on how to select your classes (you must watch this).

You will only choose your electives (these are highlighted in yellow on the course selection sheet).  Your remaining core classes have been scheduled for you.  All students must have the following:

  • 1 elective for 1st semester (course numbers begin with “61”) 
  • 1 elective for 2nd semester (course numbers begin with “62”)

Please review the Class of 2024 Freshman Year Scheduling Presentation, the Student Portal Course Request video on how to select your classes via Student Connect, and the Online Grade 9Course Selection Sheet
Note: Sculpture is available 1st semester even though it is not listed on the course selection sheet.

Janice Fawaz,
Guidance Counselor, LLPCDepartment Head/AP CoordinatorDearborn High School
(313)827-1618

STEM Video

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Please enjoy this video! It was made by our staff and edited by Ms. Hartrick.

Late Work

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Please be aware of the late work policy. All work assigned on a Monday is due that Friday by 2:15 pm.

It will be accepted and considered late until the next Monday at 2:15 pm.

Teachers may choose to not accept work after that.

Chromebook Distribution

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It is our understanding that most if not all our students are all set with technology but for those of you that still need a Chromebook please email Mr. Baydoun directly at baydouo@dearbornschools.org.

Pick up will be from Door #1 (door we dismiss from on the MBCC side) from 9:30 am – 11:00 am on Tuesday April 28. You cannot enter the building. Someone will deliver to your car as you pull up.

 
Oussama Baydoun – Assistant Principal

313-827-1904 Phone
STEM/MBCC/DCMST/MAGNET 

2018 National Blue Ribbon School 

STEM Learning Plan

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*Updated corrections have been made to the teacher schedule.

From the STEM family to your family, we hope that you have been staying safe and healthy. 

As you may have heard and seen from Dr. Maleyko, the Dearborn Public Schools Continuity of Learning Plan has been accepted by WRESA; and therefore, the state.   Attached are two documents:  The STEM Continuity of Learning Plan that details how we will continue to deliver instruction moving forward and also attached is the schedule of teacher office hours and Google Hangout hours. 

Part of the district plan requires teachers to make three personal contacts with every student, every week.  STEM teachers will be doing this through a video posted in their Google Classrooms, office hours (held through Google Hangouts), and Hangout classes each week.  Office hours (through Google Hangout) are a time that students can drop in at any time during that half hour to ask questions or get help, live, from the teacher.  A Google Hangout is an actual class where teachers will be delivering content and/or having class discussions.


In order to get all the required hours of contact in, some classes for a student will be back-to-back.  Google Hangouts are HIGHLY recommended as this is where specific content will be discussed/delivered.  Office hours (through Google Hangouts) are only necessary if a student needs help or has a question.

Please see the attached documents for specific details.

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