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Empty Bowls returns Nov. 25

The Dearborn Public Schools Art department is hosting its 28th annual Empty Bowls meal on Monday, November 25, from 4-6:30 p.m. at Park Place Banquet Hall, 23400 Park Street, Dearborn. For a minimum suggested $5 donation, guests who attend this family-friendly dinner...

Battle Against Hunger returns Nov. 18-22

Dearborn Public School students and families are again stepping up to Battle Against Hunger. The fifth annual “Battle Against Hunger” will run from Nov. 18 to 24 this year.  In the last four years, Dearborn Public Schools has donated more than 200,000...

Dearborn Schools hosting five job fairs Oct. 24 to Nov. 14

Dearborn Public Schools is hosting five job fairs looking for non-instructional staff. We are recruiting for food service workers, parapros, bus drivers and attendants, secretaries, custodians, noon hour supervisors and child care workers. Job fairs will be held: Oct....

Chatting with the Superintendent events start Oct. 21

Parents, community members, and school district staff are invited to chat about Dearborn Public Schools with Superintendent Glenn Maleyko during informal meetings at several schools this year.  Chatting with the Superintendent gatherings are less formal than...

Lindbergh named a national Blue Ribbon School

For the third year in a row, the U.S. Department of Education is recognizing a Dearborn Public School as a National Blue Ribbon School. Charles A. Lindbergh Elementary was officially added to this prestigious list on Thursday, Sept. 26.  Lindbergh has 325...

 

 

 

 

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Empty Bowls returns Nov. 25

Empty Bowls returns Nov. 25

The Dearborn Public Schools Art department is hosting its 28th annual Empty Bowls meal on Monday, November 25, from 4-6:30 p.m. at Park Place Banquet Hall, 23400 Park Street, Dearborn. For a minimum suggested $5 donation, guests who attend this family-friendly dinner...

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Battle Against Hunger returns Nov. 18-22

Battle Against Hunger returns Nov. 18-22

Dearborn Public School students and families are again stepping up to Battle Against Hunger. The fifth annual “Battle Against Hunger” will run from Nov. 18 to 24 this year.  In the last four years, Dearborn Public Schools has donated more than 200,000...

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Modica receives Playworks 2019 Most Valuable Educator

Modica receives Playworks 2019 Most Valuable Educator

Playworks Michigan presented Principal Amy Modica with the group’s 2019 Most Valuable Educator Award on Thursday, Oct. 3. Modica received the honor for her steadfast commitment to Playworks during her tenure at McDonald Elementary School in Dearborn.  ...

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Cipriano Run returns Oct. 11

Cipriano Run returns Oct. 11

The eighth annual Robert Cipriano Cross-Country Run will get underway at 1:20 Friday, Oct. 11 at Dearborn’s Ford Field Park, 500 Monroe St. The event features runners in fourth through eighth grade from across the Dearborn Public Schools District and from Divine...

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Free classes offered to parents of young children

Free classes offered to parents of young children

You are never too young to learn, and Dearborn Public Schools knows parents are every child’s first teachers. Parents who live in the district and have children ages 6 months to 4 years are invited to attend free Parent University courses.  The fall classes begin...

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Lindbergh named a national Blue Ribbon School

Lindbergh named a national Blue Ribbon School

For the third year in a row, the U.S. Department of Education is recognizing a Dearborn Public School as a National Blue Ribbon School. Charles A. Lindbergh Elementary was officially added to this prestigious list on Thursday, Sept. 26.  Lindbergh has 325...

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Homecoming parades planned at three traditional high schools

Homecoming parades planned at three traditional high schools

Dearborn’s three traditional high schools are all planning Homecoming parades in October, and spectators are encouraged to attend. Dearborn High and Edsel Ford High will both have their parades on Friday, Oct. 4 before the Homecoming football games later that evening....

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Read by 3rd Grade Law expected to retain few students

Read by 3rd Grade Law expected to retain few students

After years of worry and preparation by school districts across the state, last spring Michigan finally announced the threshold for when students might be retained in third grade starting with this year’s class. Statewide, the rate is only about 5 percent of students...

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Unis student selected a state health ambassador

Unis student selected a state health ambassador

Congratulations to Unis Middle School student Afnan Hassan!  She was selected as one of two students from Michigan to participate in the Fuel Up to Play 60 Summit.  To participate, she attended meetings and finished required online assignments to earn points in the...

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