We will be hosting our incoming 6th grade orientation on Thursday, April 28th at 6:30pm.
Here is a video that you NEED to watch. Smartphones can embed geotagging information in photos which can be extracted and placed on a map. Some people post these photos on twitter and facebook which can then be used to put a person at a location based on the geotagging information hidden in the photo. … Read more
8th grade students will be bringing home a letter today regarding the end of the year activities. Just in case it doesn’t make it to you, here is the information. Dear Parent/Guardian, The end of the school year is approaching quickly. As our eighth graders reach an important milestone in their lives, we wish to … Read more
Parents, Please join us May 2nd at 6:30pm in the auditorium. District Webmaster, Chris Kenniburg, will share helpful tips on keeping your child safe on the internet. Information will also be shared regarding how to teach your child to use Facebook and other social networks responsibly and safely.
The MEAP results and parent reports have arrived. Due to a very limited budget, we will mail these with the report card in June. If you would like your child’s report sooner, you may pick it up in the office.
The Dearborn Schools PTSA is going up to Lansing on Tuesday, April 12th by BUS!! The PTSA wants to make an impact on the Governor and legislators, convincing them that they need to treat Dearborn fair and equitably in their cutbacks. We want you to make signs and bring letters to the Governor. In fact … Read more
School begins at 9am tomorrow. Doors open at 8:50am.
State Representative Darany is hosting an informational session on April 4th at 6pm at the Administrative Service Center. This meeting is for parents and will include information on all types of cyber safety. For more information please contact Rep. Darany’s office at: (855) 775-1515.
State Representative George Darany is hosting a cyber safety meeting on Monday, April 4th at 6pm at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center. Guest speakers include Wayne County Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon and Sgt. Bill Liczbinski of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Internet Crimes Unit. Darany Cyber Safety CSI flyer(R)