Attention dual enrollment students: now that your college courses have transitioned to online instrution, please know tutoring is available through Henry Ford College. If you are struggling in your college course(s), you may contact the HFCE Learning Lab for assistance. The link is: https://www.hfcc.edu/learnlab/tutor
Chromebooks are available for families who do not have access to technology. Please look at your child’s school blog for more information. To date, we are allowing each family to sign out one Chromebook. Chromebooks must be returned on the first day back after the shutdown.
Chromebooks have been handed out at Miller, Geer Park, Salina Intermediate, Dearborn High, Woodworth, Nowlin, Long, and Becker. Additional schools will be allowing families to sign out a Chromebook this Thursday and Friday.
Our Health Science students were provided an opportunity to dissect a sheep heart! Dr. Bill Nazzaro, from Henry Ford Health System, worked with students in their Anatomy& Physiology class and provided them instruction.
Students from Fordson, Trustee Petlichkoff, Trustee Mozip, Mrs. Peterson, Principal Alcodray, Mrs. Schumm, Mrs. Fairbanks and Ms. Naura attended the event on Monday, February 3rd at 8:45am. Novi Incubator class students shared a brief summary of their experience and unveiled their product: socks and a children’s interactive story book. These items are on sale at Macy’s -Twelve Oaks. Leadership from Novi and other guests were also present. In addition to the $10,000 grant, the Novi students presented Fordson students with a sign for their classroom too.
Chief Haddad met with Mrs. Rana Alaouie and Fordson Honor students on January 7th. Chief Haddad posted pictures from this meeting and the following: “These young women are Honor students from Fordson HIgh School. They came prepared to discuss the impact of the opioid crisis threatening our community, the consequences of distracted driving for young drivers, the emergence of technology in police work and the critical need for engagement in public service including law enforcement. If these Tractors represent a look into the future, we are going to be fine. Moral courage, superb intellect, concern for others and commitment for advancing good order of city were evident today. Well done ladies! I am proud of each of you!”
Lowrey staff, 6th grade students and dignitaries joined to celebrate Veterans Day. Mayor O’Reilly, Dr. Maleyko, Principal Younes and Senior Vice Commander, Tim Pitock spoke to students. The names of Lowrey School alumni and veterans were announced and students put a flower near the flag for each.
Unis student, who had a medical emergency while swimming in the pool at McCollough-Unis on October 2nd, returned to school today. Principal Farhat and team welcomed the student and the first responders in a small celebration. Principal Farhat presented the first responders and teachers (Mr. Courtright and Ms. Bartley) with a letter of thanks and certificate. The classmates who were present in the pool on that fateful day also attended. The room was full of joy and thanks.
On September 21st, Interact students joined forces with Dearborn Rotary to participate in Telegraph Clean-up. Early Saturday morning, they were picking up trash on Telegraph from Ford Road to Michigan Avenue. Thanks for keeping Dearborn clean.