It has come to our attention that their are rumors and false claims being circulated in our community regarding the Food Service Department in the Dearborn Public Schools.
We are not privatizing the food services department as we plan to retain our own employees.
The District is implementing a Food Service RFP to provide an enhanced service to our students. It was something that our customers the students asked for.
The upper management (chef, nutritionist etc. will be contracted by an outside vendor).We have been extremely transparent throughout the process.
Again we are doing this to ensure that we place students first with every decision that we make.
For your pre-holiday reading enjoyment, here’s the November, issue of e3 –“Your Staff
e3 is a staff newsletter the Communications Office sends to all 2,300 staff members in the Dearborn Public Schools. You’ll find important news, highlights of school activities, fun photos, and links to helpful resources and flyers about District events and community activities that may interest you, your students or your school community. We also feature classified ads in e3, your chance to sell “gently used items” you may no longer need.
Just a few items in this issue of the e3 news:
- MONDAY, Nov. 20 – Empty Bowls Fundraiser to Benefit Gleaners & Blessings In a BackPack
- MONDAY, Nov. 20 – City of Dearborn Tree Lighting & Sing Along
- Congratulations Becker Elementary, National Blue Ribbon Award Winner
- Volunteers Needed for Robotics Event Dec. 9 & 10
- Mother Daughter Tea Raised Scholarship Funds
- Dell Black Friday Deals
- Dearborn Sports Hall of Fame Nominations Due
- Local Shopping & Holiday Events
- Classified ads – you can place one, too!
e3 is really about our District staff, so we encourage you to send items of interest to us via e-mail. You can send them directly to e3 Editor Leslie Herrick, herricl@dearbornschoo
More great stuff from the Communications Office… Visit the Communications blog any time for new info or “subscribe” and you’ll automatically get a notice in your email box every Friday linking you the news and information we’ve posted throughout the week. Sign up at: blog http://communications.dea
Wishing you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Your Communications team,
David Mustonen, Director, Communications & Marketing
Leslie Herrick, Communications Specialist & e3 Editor
Sherry Candea, Communications Technician
Erik Tschiggfrey, Cble Supervisor, Video Production
Jacob Farah, Digital Media Technician
The Dearborn Public Schools will host a College Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017 at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center from 6-7:30 p.m.
Representatives from a wide variety of post-secondary schools will distribute information and be available to talk with students including
*Law Enforcement Agencies
*U.S. Armed Forces
For more information, click here: College Fair Final 2017 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy golf at the beautiful TPC or just join the fun at lunch or dinner at the FORE Dearborn Golf Outing on Sunday, Sept. 24. You’ll be helping raise funds that go directly to Dearborn classrooms to support teachers and students through the nonprofit Dearborn Education Foundation.
There are sponsorship opportunities, single and group golfer openings, and for those who are not golfers, diner and lunch only options.
For registration and sponsor information, or call the Foundation’s Executive Director Ms. Chastity Townsend @ 313-827-8790 or click here: http://www.dearbornedfoundation.org/our-events/fore-golf-outing
18th Annual WDHS Film Festival
Presented by WDHS, Dearborn High School’s video program
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, April 27 & Friday, April 28
at the Michael A. Guido Theater
Ford Community & Performing Arts Center
15801 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI 48126
Tickets: $7 presale/$10 at the door
For more info, visit http://www.wdhsvideo.org/ or call 313-827-1635.
High School Students Compete March 9 in Dearborn’s Got Talent!
Follow the spotlights and red carpets to see talented high school students from across Dearborn compete for top honors at the third annual “Dearborn’s Got Talent!” show on Thursday, March 9, at 6:30pm at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center.
Tickets are on sale now to see the dazzling variety show as “the best of the best” talented students from Dearborn High School, Edsel Ford, Fordson, Henry Ford Academy and Divine Child entertain and amaze the audience through juggling and gymnastics, singing, rapping, dancing, playing musical instruments and more. Performers were selected during preliminary competitions held at each high school.
“Dearborn’s Got Talent!” is organized by the City of Dearborn’s Youth Affairs Commission, comprised of high school students from all three of Dearborn’s public high schools, and Divine Child High School as they work to bring together high school students from across the city through activities that promote teamwork and understanding.
Special guest judges include local celebrities and dignitaries.
Tickets for general admission seating are on sale now at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center Box Office. Prices in advance are $5 cash, $8 credit card. Prices on March 9 are $7 cash, $10 credit card. For Box Office hours or to purchase tickets with a credit card online, call (313) 943-2354.
The student who wins first place in the competition will receive a grand prize and their school will be given a special medal to display until the 2018 “Dearborn’s Got Talent” competition.
Support for the show is provided by the Dearborn Public Schools, the Dearborn Community Fund, and the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Dearborn Department of Recreation and Parks.
For more information about “Dearborn’s Got Talent” and the City of Dearborn Youth Affairs Commission, contact Jacqui Rivait at the Dearborn Public Schools, 827-2800 ext. 24732.
Learn To Skate
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Dearborn Basketball Association
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