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.
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The University of Michigan-Dearborn Student Outreach and Academic Resources (SOAR) Program is accepting applications for fall 2016 enrollment. SOAR provides a range of support for adults with financial need who want to complete their undergraduate degree.
Students ages 25 and over who are accepted into SOAR receive a generous tuition discount and free textbooks in their first year at UM-Dearborn along with access to laptops on loan, an optional “Return to Learn” seminar, and ongoing personal and academic support until they graduate from the university. Our fall-to-fall retention rate has been over 80% for the past nine years. With over 100 majors and minors, UM-Dearborn delivers a quality University of Michigan education with the benefit of small class sizes, flexible scheduling, and close connections with faculty, staff, and alumni.
Individuals interested in becoming a SOAR student must have 24 transferable credits, a cumulative 2.5 GPA, and be eligible for financial aid in addition to meeting other program requirements.
For more information about the University of Michigan-Dearborn or SOAR, call (313) 593-3960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
No packed auditoriums or stadiums but the pride in the room could have filled an arena. That was the atmosphere at the Adult Education Graduation in January. Specifically, five students completed the Medical Assistant Clinical or Medical Assistant Clerical program providing them with the skills and knowledge to secure employment in the healthcare field.
Board of Education President, Ms. Mary Lane shared congratulatory remarks with the students and their family members. She praised the students for their determination and persistence as they balanced family, work, and school in order to successfully complete the program.
Adult and Community Education has been part of the Dearborn Public Schools for more than 80 years and is proof of the district’s commitment to lifelong learning.
Ms. Greaves, Medical Assistant/Clinical Instructor stands with program graduates: Wafaa, Amanda, Asiya, Inas, Ms. Morgan,Medical Assistant/Clerical Instructor; and Javed