School begins one hour later. Doors open at 8:50am.
Please join us to learn what the schools are doing in response to bullying and how you can help
- What is (and what is not) bullying?
- Dearborn’s anti-bullying curriculum
- What are our schools doing in response to bullying?
- What can parents do to support their children?
We are pleased to offer you a choice of times and locations to meet your busy schedule. Please join us for one of these important meetings:
March 21 – 7:00 p.m. Woodworth Middle School
April 4 – 10:00 a.m. Administrative Service Center
April 4 – 7:00 p.m. Administrative Service Center
April 24 – 9:00 a.m. Woodworth Middle School
We had visitors in the building all day today due to voting. One of the poll workers stopped in the office at 3:30pm to say how polite our students were. I just wanted to share with all of the parents that our visitors were impressed with the way our Bryant Eagles behaved and interacted today. They witnessed students helping each other, waving and saying “hello” and getting from class to class in an orderly and respectful manner. Thank you to all of our Bryant students for making a great impression on our guests.
School begins at 9:00am. Doors open at 8:50am.
Please check you child’s backpack. Fourth marking period, progress reports were sent home today. Individual teachers may have sent a report home the Friday before break too.
Last Friday’s PBIS celebration involved students watching “A Mile in His Shoes.” It just so happened that Mr. Dear’s brother was the director and was in town this week. Wednesday, February 15th, 304 Bryant students earned the opportunity to meet Hollywood director William Dear through exhibiting positive behaviors, demonstrating leadership, being responsible and respectful, and having zero signatures on their focus cards. Students met with William Dear and asked many, wonderful questions and exhibited great Eagle pride. William Dear spoke about living your family’s values, the importance of goals and effort and answered many questions about making movies and movie magic.
William Dear is a Fordson graduate. He has directed 20 movies including: “Harry and the Hendersons”, “Angels in the Outfield” and “The Perfect Game” and many more.
Last Friday, we had our 3rd marking period PBIS celebration for those students who had three or less signatures on their focus cards. Over 575 students enjoyed the movie celebration. However, 304 students had zero signatures and will be invited to meet the director of the movie this Wednesday.
Reminder: Mrs. Morga and Mrs. Clark will present “how to help my child succeed in math” tonight at 6:30pm in the media center. The PTSA meeting will follow at 7pm.
The DHS Class of 2016 Parent/Student Night has been scheduled for Wednesday, February 8th at 6:30 p.m. in the Dearborn High School auditorium.