Video showing the consequences of Fake Threats to schools.
Edsel Ford High School Auditorium is reserved for the evening of March 12, 2020 for the Brooks Harper Parent/Community Presentation. It is reserved from 6-8 pm and the presentation is expected to last about an hour.
|DTE Summer Student Program applications run Dec. 1 to Feb. 29|
|Do you know an amazing college student or college-bound high school senior looking for meaningful, hands-on work experience next summer? Let them know we’ll be accepting applications for our Summer Student Program Dec. 1 through Feb. 29 at careers.dteenergy.com.The Summer Program provides full-time, temporary employment in a variety of positions across many of our business units. Assignments typically start in May or June and end in August. Applicants must be 18 or older at the time they start. They also must be enrolled in college or have an acceptance letter for fall 2020. Preference is given to students with college experience.Here’s more information about the requirements:Minimum Education & Experience Requirements- Must have an active student status, in college or high school, during period of work (attending school in the two terms leading up to the summer employment). Those individuals who graduate from college, prior to starting work, are not eligible for the program.- Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to participate in the program.- Have a 2.5 minimum, cumulative GPA.- College students will be asked to provide an official transcript as proof of eligibility prior to receiving an offer letter of employment. High School Seniors will be asked to provide a college acceptance letter prior to receiving an offer letter of employment.Other Qualifications- Seniors graduating from high school, who will be attending college in the Fall term, are eligible to participate, if they meet age requirements.- All students must be, at least, 18 years of age by the time they start working in May or June of to be eligible.- Some positions will require driving. Those positions will require the student to have a valid driver’s license, a reliable means of transportation and an acceptable driving record.|
ELECTION DAY IS Tuesday, November 5th Please remember to Vote on Tuesday If you can’t make it to the polls on Tuesday, November 5th new laws allow you to vote at the City Clerk’s office before Election Day.
This Saturday (November 2) any registered voter can stop by the City Clerk’s Office between the hours of 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. and vote via absentee ballot. The Clerk’s office is located inside the Dearborn Administrative Center, 16901 Michigan Ave.
In addition, registered voters will still be able to request absent voter ballots in person until 4 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 4.
Many of your local law enforcement officials have requested that Prosecutor Worthy disseminate an updated version of the School Threat letter that was sent to your school districts last year in an effort to address county-wide incidents of school threats and violence. Versions of the updated letter in English, Spanish and Arabic are attached. We ask that the letters be forwarded to all public school principals in Wayne County for distribution to the parents/guardians of the students enrolled at their schools. The letters will also be posted for public view on the RESA website.
The School Improvement visits for the 2019-20 If you wish to participate, complete the form and you will receive a call and email with the building location approximately one hour prior to the start of the visit. Due to the nature of the unannounced visits, we understand that you may or may not be able to make it with the same day notification. We appreciate your contribution and partnership. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfzc-0jDTtHOe97cZF7t25kPWFzehxTKQQ471F-GhFkttvasg/viewform