District survey

Welcome to the Dearborn Public Schools Strategic Planning Survey

The Dearborn Public Schools Steering Committee is updating its Strategic Plan to ensure that it continues to meet the needs of our schools and the values of the community.
 
Please share your thoughts on the mission and beliefs of our school district. The results of this survey will be carefully considered and used to facilitate collaborative discussion to guide the direction of Dearborn Public Schools in the next three to five years. Your contribution to this process is greatly appreciated.
The survey will close by the end of the day on Friday, May 10, 2019.

مرحبا بكم في مسح التخطيط الاستراتيجي للمدارس العامة في ديربورن

 
 
تقوم اللجنة التوجيهية للمدارس العامة في ديربورن بتحديث خطتها الاستراتيجية لضمان استمرارها في تلبيه احتياجات مدارسنا وقيم المجتمع.
 
يرجى مشاركه أفكارك حول مهمة والمعتقدات من منطقتنا المدرسة. سيتم النظر بعناية في نتائج هذه الدراسة الاستقصائية. ستستخدم لتيسير المناقشة التعاونية لتوجيه اتجاه مدارس ديربورن العامة في السنوات الثلاث أو الخمس القادمة. مساهمتكم في هذه العملية هو موضع تقدير كبير.  نشكر مشاركتكم قبل يوم الجمعة الواقع في 5/10/2019

Read By Third Grade Supports

See the MDE Early Literacy website for tools for parents and schools to support all students’ reading proficiency

Care to the Core

Care to the Core Day was April 26th.  However, our staff members show support to our students and families year round.  One shining example is our Parent Liaison at Woodworth Middle School.  Ms. Dakroub is always present and willing to assist our families.   She is a shining example of living the “Care to the Core” mission every day.  Pictured here with Assistant Principal Ahmed (left), these two ladies support the Woodworth Hornets.

Assistant Principal, Ms. Ahmed , and Parent Liaison, Ms. Dakroub posing with the Care to the Core sign

William Ford Sciencepalooza

Students and their families enjoyed an interactive, hands-on program that allowed them to explore fundamental concepts relevant to our societies growing needs while rotating through a series of 14 science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) stations!

Most importantly, this event was fully student-led from beginning to end.  Thanks to volunteers from the fifth grade classes at William Ford and a BIG thank you to the Fordson ASU and STEM Middle School students who volunteered at this event from start to finish.  They were incredible volunteers, and because of their dedication and hard work, our Sciencepalooza was a great success. 

Students and parents engaging in science activities.Students doing a science experiment

 

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