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
All are welcome to a fun family breakfast with Santa! $10 per person.
Fundraiser for instrumental and music programs at Dearborn High School.
Saturday, December 9 * 9am-12noon
At Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church,
24110 Cherry Hill, Dearborn, 48124
*Take photos with Santa * Enjoy a Pancake Breakfast * Story telling * Entertainment by Dearborn High School & Bryant Middle School Bands*
Proceeds benefit Band Aid Booster Club in support of instrumental music programs at Dearborn High School.
Join Dearborn Public Schools Superintendent Glenn Maleyko to walk on Wednesday, July 19 at 7pm at the park at the corner of Rosalie and Hubbard streets.
The July 19 Walk & Bike Ride is one of a season of healthy community events. Healthy Dearborn is a robust coalition of more than 200 community residents, businesses, employees, elected and civic leaders. Our vision is a thriving, diverse community that fully embraces a unified culture of health where everyone enjoys whole health (mind, body, spirit), with equal access to healthy foods, health care, green space and opportunities for safe, active living. To realize our vision, our mission is to create valuable opportunities for people in Dearborn to practice healthy lifestyles by enriching their minds, nurturing their bodies and revitalizing their spirit.
For more information about the city-wide Healthy Dearborn initiative, click here: http://www.cityofdearborn.org/community/healthydearborn
April 28, 2017 e3 FINALr
Click the image above for the latest edition of the e3 Dearborn Public Schools employee enews. It’s chock full of details about events you won’t want to miss and highlights of happenings in our schools over the past few weeks. Such as….
* WDHS Film Fest at The Center April 27 & 28
* Brigadoon at Edsel Ford April 27-30
* Color-A-Thon Run at Edsel Ford May 5
* Batman, Blue Hands, and Robots at our schools
* A Look Back at March is Reading Month activities
* Art & Performances by 600 District Students at Youth Arts Festival
* Green Tie Dinner & Impact Awards May 16
* 25+ Club Banquet May 19…Get Tickets by May 5
* Teacher of the Year Awards May 24
* Antique appraisal at the Museum on Saturday
* Activities around town for kids, families and you!
Plus…Check out the variety of items for sale in the Classified Ads!
See the District’s most recent press releases by clicking the links below:
27 Grad Rates Increase
32 AfterSchool Pros Week April 24-28
33 Media Alert- WDHS Video Premiere April 27-28 2017
34 FIRST Robotics May 13
31 Edsel Ford Performs Brigadoon April 27-30
Blue Hands United Autism Awareness Carnival, Sunday, April 2, 2-6 p.m. at Unis Middle School, 7801 Maple, Dearborn, MI 48126
Just in time for holiday break reading, here’s the latest issue of the e3, YOUR Dearborn Public Schools employee enews! Inside you will find:
- Holiday message from Superintendent Glenn Maleyko
- District honors trustees Joe Guido and Roxanne McDonald for their service and welcomes new board member Jim Thorpe
- Snow Day procedures featured in “Happenings” video program
- Winter Adult & Community Education Early Childhood schedule available now
- Henry Ford College hosts honors program experience on Jan. 28
- Community events for students & families
- Photo stories from several schools
- West coast educators impressed by visit to Dearborn Public Schools
- And more!
To receive email notices when the e3 or new flyer is added to the blog:
1. Go to communications.dearbornschools.org
2. Enter your email in the box on the right down towards the center of the page 3. Now you’ll see news you can use pop into your email lineup. It’s worth checking it out!
From your district Communications Team,
Bryant Students Collecting New & Gently Used Shoes
Bryant Middle School is conducting a collection drive through Dec. 20 to raise funds to support a variety of school enrichment projects. Bryant will earn money based on the number of shoes collected. Funds2Orgs, the leading shoe drive fundraising for-profit social enterprise in North America, will purchase all of the donated pairs. Those dollars will benefit projects selected by Bryant staff and students.
Anyone can help by donating gently worn or new shoes. Shoes can be dropped off at Bryant during school hours or, to arrange a shoe pickup, email BryantPinkShirt@yahoo.com.
The school’s goal is to collect 7,500 pairs of shoes.
Shoe donations also will support micro-enterprises in developing nations and reduce what goes into landfills.
All donated shoes will be redistributed by Funds2Orgs which helps impoverished people start, maintain and grow businesses in Central America and Africa. Proceeds from the shoe sales are used to feed, clothe and house their families. (www.funds2orgs.com/)
By donating shoes to Bryant’s Drive, the shoes will be given a “second chance” and make a difference in people’s lives. For more information, email Kevin Renko at Renkok@dearbornschools.org.
D.E.F.F. Unity Mother Daughter Evening Tea –
Rivals Unite Host Tea Supporting Scholarships & Promoting Tolerance & Understanding
On the field or in the classroom, Dearborn High, Edsel Ford, and Fordson (D.E.F.F.) are no strangers to competition, but longtime rivals will stand together on Friday, November 11, 7-9pm, as the three high schools host the first annual Mother Daughter Evening Tea.
The event is open to students, staff and family members of Dearborn Public Schools and community members interested in supporting the high school students’ work to raise scholarship funds and promote tolerance and understanding. All funds raised at the Tea will go to support scholarships for students involved in anti-bullying, mediation, diversity and/or social justice at Dearborn High, Edsel Ford and Fordson.
Come show your support and encourage parents to attend the event!
* Prizes for best hat and hijab
* Silent auction
* Student entertaiment
* All students need be accompanied by a female adult.
Tickets are 1 for $7; 2 for $12. Tickets will be sold during high school lunch hours.
For more information, call Stacy Rumler at 827-1628, or Kelly Herrick at 827-1424.
(click the image to download the flyer)
Edsel Ford High School Performing Arts Department presents Gilbert & Sullivan’s
“Pirates of Penzance,” at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 20-Sunday, Oct. 22, 2016.
Presale: $10 general admission/$8 seniors & students
At the door: $12 general admission/$10 seniors & students
Click the image below for a printable flyer.