Presentation on Teen Depression, Anxiety & Psychosis, Wed. Feb. 7

The Dearborn Public Schools Special Education Department invites high school parents/guardians to a free presentation on understanding depression, anxiety and psychosis in teens including early signs, symptoms and treatment options.

The free presentation will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 6-7 p.m. in the Dearborn High School Cafeteria. Refreshments will be provided.

Presented by the Wayne State University Center for Treatment & Research in Behavioral Health, the agenda includes:

  • Explanation of depression and anxiety and symptoms of each.
  • Definition of psychosis and symptoms.
  • Information about school impact on teens that are affected by mental illness.
  • How to identify early signs of depression, anxiety and psychosis.
  • Resources to help as well as treatment options for the family.

To register for this free presentation or for more information, contact Ms. Stacy Rumler at 313-827-1628 or Rumlers@dearbornschools.org.

Click for printable flyer: https://communications.dearbornschools.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/1274/2018/02/Student-Mental-Health-Presentation.pdf

ACCESS Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) Summer Camp

ACCESS Summer STEAM

ACCESS Explorers Summer Camp

The ACCESS Youth and Education Department is launching ACCESS Explorers Summer Camp, a unique program that aims to provide high-quality literacy and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) based activities in an educational and safe environment for elementary-level. Dearborn

The Summer Camp will take place at Henry Ford Elementary.

Enroll at ACCESS Headquarters, 2651 Saulino Ct. Dearborn, 48120.

The ACCESS Explorers Summer Camp is an indoor/outdoor exploration experience led by highly qualified staff. The camp will feature weekly themes such as robotics, environmental discovery, science lab experiments and the arts.

For more information, please click on the flier below or contact Sarah Shoucair Chaar at SShoucair-Chaar@accesscommunity.org or 313-842-6757.

Power of Drawing Classes for K-5 Students

Students Can Still Enroll in Spring Power of Drawing Classes

Classes geared for K-5 students started last week, but parents can still sign up for the session and will not be charged for a class that they were not able to attend.

Even if students are not attending the schools listed in the flier, they can sign up and go to the nearest school to them.

Questions? Call 313-827-1959
Enroll at www.dearbornceonline.org

Click image to view/download the flyer below.


https://communications.dearbornschools.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/1274/2017/03/DEARBORN_Winter2flier.pdf