Sports Physicals

Any student wishing to try out for a any school sport, must have a sports physical.  Oakwood Hospital is hosting a special event.

 

OAKWOOD SPORTS MEDICINE

 

Oakwood Healthcare is committed to providing excellent services to the communities they serve.

Oakwood affiliated-pediatricians have collaborated to bring sports physicals to the community.

 

WHO:              All middle school and high school student-athletes. Parent or guardian must accompany all students.

 

WHAT:            Pre-participation Physical Exams (Sports Physicals), including ECG, are being provided FREE by Oakwood- affiliated pediatricians.

 

WHEN:            August 5, 2011 & August 12, 2011 12:00pm—3:00 pm each day  (Doors close promptly at 3pm.)

 

WHERE:          Oakwood Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy Center

2552 Monroe Dearborn 48124

 

HOW:             To schedule call 800—543—WELL

 

For more information e-mail: SPORTSMED@oakwood.org

Meeting with the Office of Civil Rights

Please join the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, for a presentation about the rights of English language learners in public schools.  We will be discussing the rights of parents and students and a school district’s responsibility to provide meaningful access to an education for all students.

 

There will be an OCR presentation followed by a question-and-answer session with staff for OCR Cleveland.

 

OCR representatives would like to hear from limited English proficient community members regarding your District experiences with school related communications.

 

 

Session in English:

June 15, 2011

5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Fordson High School Cafeteria

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Sesión en español:

15 de junio de 2011

5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Fordson High School Cafeteria

8th grade slide show

Thank you for all of the pictures sent in.  Thank you to Hussein Beydoun for working so hard on the 8th grade slide show.  Students will view the slide show tomorrow and copies will be sold for $10.00.  Money raised will be sent to DHS for the Class of 2015.

Virtual Safebox

Bryant Middle School has been helping students feel safe and welcome at school for many years.  In addition, the school has  many interventions in place to prevent bullying.  The social worker and counselor help facilitate these interventions.  They include: “I Messages”, Peer Mediation, Student Contracts and a school Safe Box.  Bryant Middle School now has a “virtual” Safe Box which is anonymous (if the student wants it to be).  If you are having an issue at school or know of a student who is being bullied, click on the link and anonymously let us know.  The link to the safe box can be found at http://blog.dearbornschools.org/bryantantibully/

Information for football

Football conditioning will start Monday, August 29 at 3:00. That’s the week before school starts. Players must have their 4 page Dearborn athletic physical form completed by their physician.

Students can access football news, the physical, schedule, and athletic form online.

 

1) Go to:

https://ilearn.dearbornschools.org/login/index.php

 

2) Log in as Name: “student #”

Password: “student #”

3)      Go to “view Courses”, “Middle school”, “Bryant”

4)   Choose “Bryant Football” course

5)   Enter 1 time enrollment key “eagles11”

6)      You are signed up for football. Be sure to read the rules, check the schedule, and look at the various tips on health and exercise.

7)      Check the site later in the summer for more information, practice schedule, team news, etc…

8)      We’ll see you at 3:00 August 29!!

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