Dearborn hosting virtual program to highlight high school options

From vocational programs to college credits or degrees, Dearborn Public Schools offers a number of ways for high school students to tailor their education to suit their needs. Parents and students in middle or high school are invited to attend a live, virtual event on...

Dearborn Schools families to receive additional SNAP food benefits

Dearborn Public School parents, even those not enrolled in any public assistance programs, will be getting new or additional food benefits in the coming months. Michigan announced earlier in February that the state would provide additional food benefits for any...

Four remote learning days added on staff vaccination days in March

More than 1,400 Dearborn Public School staff were able to get their first COVID vaccination shot on February 11 and 12 at one of two locations. Depending on which vaccination they received, all those staff will need their second shot either three or four weeks after...

Free meal distribution day changing with start of blended learning

With the start of blended learning on March 1, Dearborn Public Schools will change how it distributes free student meals. Weekly meal pickup will move to Wednesdays starting on March 3 and will be provided at all of our traditional middle and high schools. ...

Dearborn meets COVID measures, will start returning students to schools

Dearborn Public Schools is excited to announce the district has met the COVID measurements set by the Board of Education and will start phasing students and staff back to in-building learning. Face-to-face learning labs for special education students who are part of...

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Tentative graduation, August restart dates announced

Tentative graduation, August restart dates announced

Grab your pencils (not pens) to mark your calendars.  We are ready to release our graduation dates for this year and the start date for next school year. The district expects to restart school for the 2021-22 school year tentatively on the Monday before Labor...

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FAFSA Challenge: Help your senior look for financial aid

FAFSA Challenge: Help your senior look for financial aid

Seniors and their parents - have you filled out the FAFSA yet?  It’s not too late to look for financial help for the next step in your child’s education. Dearborn Public Schools is joining the Michigan FAFSA Challenge to encourage more of our students to complete...

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Childcare options planned during blended learning

Childcare options planned during blended learning

As the district prepares to bring students back with blended learning, Dearborn Public Schools will continue to offer paid childcare at select schools. Childcare programs will again be offered at DuVall, Haigh, Howard, Howe Montessori/Dearborn Heights campus,...

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Dearborn Schools recognized for budget presentation

Dearborn Schools recognized for budget presentation

For the third year in a row, Dearborn Public Schools has been recognized for excellence in how it presents its budget. The Association of School Business Officials International recently awarded the district a Meritorious Budget Award (MBA) for the current 2020-21...

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Meal distribution shifts to Thursday just on Feb. 11

Meal distribution shifts to Thursday just on Feb. 11

Free student meal distributions will move to Thursday on Feb. 11 due to the vacation day.  Students are off school from Friday Feb. 12 through Monday, Feb. 15 for mid-winter break. Dearborn Public Schools distributes free student meals every Friday from 10:30...

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Remaining late starts to be replaced by a half day

Remaining late starts to be replaced by a half day

Dearborn Public Schools is canceling the four remaining late starts scheduled for this year and will replace them with one half day on a Friday still to be determined. The late starts scheduled for Feb. 10, March 10, April 21 and May 5 are canceled, and students and...

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