On Friday, April 26th, Michael Berry students spent their day sharing information about healthy living. Students researched and created display boards, activities, pamphlets and “goodie bags” to promote healthy living.
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.
On March 13th, SEDSAC (Superintendent -Executive Director Student Advisory Council) students from Lowrey hosted SEDSAC students from STEM. The purpose was to collaborate on the focus for this year. Lowrey students shared their plans for promoting empathy and took the STEM students on a tour. In April, STEM students will host the Lowrey students.
Dr. Glenn Maleyko was presented with the Business Leadee of the Year award by the Dearborn Area Chamber of Commerce.
The “Students First: Inspire Educate Celebrate” vision statement and the many students posing with the sign were featured in the slide show. Dr. Maleyko promotes partnerships with businesses and community organizations for the benefit of students. His relentless social media efforts are focused on highlighting the achievements of students. Congratulations everyone! This award is about YOU!
The kindergarten Round up schedule for twenty one elementary schools can be viewed at www.dearbornschools.org. Parents should attend the round up date at their neighborhood school. Much information and additional enrollment forms will be available.
Parents of young kindergarten students (June-Dec 1 Birthdays) are eligible to enroll in Young Fives, space permitting. There are 14 Y5 classrooms in Dearborn.
Additional information on school websites. Click the link above, check the drop down menu under schools and find website link for the school in your neighborhood. Or call 313-827-3005 to find out which school is in your neighborhood.