School ReOpen Committee Parent Survey #1 https://forms.gle/DNx3eN8hcRpXsfSs5
If you are taking an AP class next fall you are responsible for the summer work assigned for it.
AP Chemistry Summer 2020 Homework:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Frv6YzoWwPBiHApFJ9DCpPBd1ZJtEmPkszYn3BZgj3g/edit?usp=sharing
AP Stats: Compose an essay on what is means to be “data driven” and why statistics is specifically important in today’s society. Requirements: Essays must be typed, two page minimum double spaced, and references must be cited. It will be due the first day classes begin submitted via email Mouhans@dearbornschools.org
AP Psychology – no summer work
AP Government – no summer work
We have developed a tentative plan to recognize our 2020 Graduates on the following dates pending official Board approval: Edsel Ford High School on July 13, Dearborn High School on July 14, Fordson High School on July 15, and the Berry/Magnet High School on July 16. The HFEC is TBD as we work with Director Fadlallah and the College. The specific times and details regarding the recognition events will be unveiled for the public on June 9 pending Board approval. All dates and specifics regarding the events are subject to change pending the current situation with the COVID 19 Crisis and/or any of the Governor orders.
This is the Process that we followed: We have been working very hard over the past two months to develop a potential ceremony that will give recognition to our graduating seniors. We believe in acquiring the input from our stakeholders which is how we always operate. This has involved many meetings with student groups including the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Committee, and the Student Council Boards from each of the High Schools. There have been at least 7 meetings altogether with those student groups. School Board Trustees have also participated in those student meetings. In addition, the high school principals have been meeting on a regular basis, several that involved me directly.
We have been actively researching ideas and following the national and local trends for the development of recognition events. We recently put out a survey to acquire the input from parents and students which was the recommendation provided by the student groups. We have further discussed the topic at two board meetings and I have made several public statements on my social media regarding the recognition events that we were planning to implement. Our High school principals also implemented drive in recognition events earlier in the month of May.
During the development of the potential recognition plan we were very careful to ensure that we are in legal compliance with all of the Governor’s orders. However, those orders are subject to change pending events with the COVID 19 virus. We will also follow all health regulations relative to the COVID 19 virus. We appreciate the patience and understanding by our students and families as we continue to deal with the Current Crisis during the development of a plan.
Congratulations to our Graduates!!! We are very Proud of you!!!
1. Print out the form and fill it out completely, including circling the area of the locker room your locker is on the map.
2. Scan or take a picture on your phone and send it to Mr. DelGiudice at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Must be sent by noon on Friday, 5/29.
4. Contents will be bagged and available for pickup from 10-12 on Monday, June 1st.
5. All remaining items and locks will be discarded.
6. If you have stuff in another locker besides the two above, please send an email to either your coach if you are athlete, or Mr. DelGiudice providing information on the form to them.
STUDENT ITEMS IN LOCKERSStudents: if you have items in your hallway locker and/or gym locker that you would like returned, you must provide the following information this Friday, May 22nd:
- Last Name, First Name
- Student Number
- Hallway Locker Number
- Gym locker combination
- Items you are requesting
Enter information in this link: Fordson Locker Clean Out survey.
If you do not have access to a computer, you may also send a “Remind” text, or call your administrator by Friday, May 22nd.
- Mr. AbdulHadi 9th grade 313-827-1412 email@example.com
- Mr. Burch 10th grade 313-827-1414 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mr. Mustafa 11th grade 313-827-1416 email@example.com
- Ms. Abdelbaki 12th grade 313-827-1413 firstname.lastname@example.org
Items will be available for pickup on June 1st from10am-12pm. Parents will enter the student parking lot along the main gym access point and staff will bring out students’ items to the car.
When picking up your items you must display your student name and student number on a sheet of paper for us to see- you must also show a piece of ID with a picture to get your items. We cannot return locker contents without proper ID. Parents must accompany students under 18. Students and parents must stay in their cars at all times.
If a locker has a combination lock – the combination must be provided by May 22nd or the lock will have to be cut.
All lockers items not picked up by Friday, June 12th at noon will be discarded.
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.