Blue Hands United Autism Awareness Carnival, Sunday, April 2, 2-6 p.m. at Unis Middle School, 7801 Maple, Dearborn, MI 48126
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.
Here’s the latest issue of the e3, YOUR Dearborn Public Schools employee enews! Inside you will find:
* Dearborn’s Got Talent! Show Thursday, March 9, starring Dearborn’s most talented high school students
* Launching March Is Reading Month…send us your classroom photos featuring reading fun for the next e3 enews
* Submit grant applications now for MEEMIC Classroom Makeovers
* Art exhibit opening March 10 featuring work of 3 Dearborn Public Schools grads
* West Side Story at DHS, GREASE Sing-A-Long movie and other fun activities around town for kids, families and you!
* And more!
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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.
Henry Ford College Financial Aid Advising & Information Night March 14
WHAT: Henry Ford College hosts Financial Aid Advising and Information Night on Tuesday, March 14, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. This free event is aimed at high school seniors and their parents/guardians.
WHERE: HFC Community Rooms of the Welcome Center (Building WC).
WHO: HFC specifically encourages current area high school seniors and their parents/guardians to attend this free event.
RSVP: Those interested in this event should RSVP at www.hfcc.edu/finaidnight.
DETAILS: “Financial Aid Advising and Information Night gives parents and guardians the opportunity to hear firsthand how the financial aid process works. They can also speak with a financial aid advisor on an individual basis immediately following the program if they have any questions,” said Kristine Rouleau of HFC Admissions and Recruitment.
At this event, high school seniors and their parents/guardians will learn about:
Filing for FAFSA;
Various scholarships and grants; and
Important loan information.
Financial aid eligibility is determined by information provided on a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). In general, for a student to qualify for financial aid, he or she must:
Demonstrate a financial need;
Have earned a high school diploma or have graduated from an approved homeschool equivalent;
Be enrolled as a regular student in an eligible program of study;
Be a United States citizen or an eligible non-citizen;
Have a valid Social Security Number (SSN);
Make satisfactory academic pogress (SAP); and
Register with the Selective Service (if required).
Following the presentation, advisors from HFC’s Office of Financial Aid will be available for one-on-one conversations with attendees to answer questions and review specific next steps.
For more meaningful, individual feedback regarding financial aid, students should submit HFC’s free application, which is available at www.hfcc.edu/apply, as well as a FAFSA form (www.fafsa.gov) prior to attending this event. For FAFSA, HFC’s school code is 002270.
For questions or further information, contact Rouleau at 313-845-6316 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The public is invited to explore the artwork of three Dearborn Public Schools graduates, two of whom have taught hundreds of students who followed in their footsteps, taking art classes in the district.
See the work of current art teacher Mohamad S. Bazzi, retired art teacher Wendy Sample, and Elroy Grandy. Free admission.
Dates: March 10-23
Location: James R. DeSana Center for Arts & Culture, 81 Chestnut, Wyandotte, MI 48192.
Time: Call for exhibit hours: 734-720-0671.
All are invited to the exhibition opening on Friday, March 10, 6-8pm. Free admission.
For more information, call 734-720-0671.