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Impact Awards given to four District employees

Four Dearborn Public School staff members including a custodian, an instructional technician, a social responsibility room supervisor, and a bus dispatcher were honored as Impact Award winners on Tuesday night. This is the fifth year for Impact Awards, which honor...

Dearborn High student films premiere May 22 and 23

The public is invited to join Dearborn High’s Film Festival and student movie premieres on May 22 and 23. Seven movies will be premiered at the Michael Guido Theater inside the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center.  Tickets are $7 in advance or $10 at the...

Memorial Day ceremonies planned at three high schools

The public is invited to remember our fallen servicemen and women in Memorial Day ceremonies planned at Dearborn, Edsel Ford and Fordson high schools later this month. Fordson High will host a ceremony on Wednesday, May 22, starting at 9 a.m. in the auditorium. ...

Four Dearborn Public high schools named Academic State Champs

Bridge Magazine has again recognized the success of Dearborn Public Schools.  The district’s three traditional high schools and separate early college program were all named Academic State Champs earlier this month.  All four schools ranked among the top 10...

 

 

 

 

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Adel Mozip appointed to School Board

Dearborn Public Schools trustees on Monday evening appointed two-time candidate Adel Mozip to fill a vacant board seat both for the school district and Henry Ford College. Mozip was one of 11 candidates who applied to fill the vacancy created when former Trustee Fadwa...

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Care to the Core returns April 26

Schools long ago moved beyond the basic reading, writing and arithmetic in their curriculum.  Teaching students to be considerate and to avoid or resolve conflicts improves student behavior and school safety, reduces disruptions, and helps students succeed both...

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Care to the Core schedule

Care to the Core returns to Dearborn Public Schools on April 26, 2019. Below are activities planned at the schools as part of the event. Ongoing Dearborn High7:20 am - 2:15 pmWhy You MatterThe school has been working on a Why You Matter initiative. Photos of students...

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Care to the Core celebrates creating culture of respect

Since 1976, Black History month in February has celebrated the accomplishments and contributions of African-Americans. It has also provided a platform to have serious discussions about the discrimination that many Black Americans still encountered.  In 1987 our...

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Growing teen vaping trend leading to issues in schools

Vaping – the use of e-cigarettes – among teenagers has grown at an alarming rate in recent years, and Dearborn Public Schools is seeing the consequences of this mounting health concern. In a national survey in 2018, one in five 12th grade students reported vaping...

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Students gather at annual Diversity Summit

February 26th marked the tenth year that high school students have gathered for the Student Leadership Diversity Summit (SLDS).  The annual event provides an opportunity for more than 150 high schools students to show their leadership skills, meet new people, and...

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Interviews for Board applicants set for April 4

Nine applicants for Dearborn Public School board will be interviewed during a special meeting on Thursday, April 4 starting at 5:30 p.m.  The public meeting will be held in the Community Room at the Welcome Center at the Henry Ford College, 5101 Evergreen,...

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Nominations sought for Impact Award

Students and parent are invited to make nominations for the District’s Impact Award, which will recognize non-teaching staff and non-classroom educators for their outstanding contributions to helping students, enhancing the school environment or providing excellent...

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Board looking to fill vacant seat

Dearborn Public Schools is seeking applications from residents hoping to fill a partial board term after Trustee Fadwa Hammoud resigned from her position. Hammoud, a 2003 Fordson graduate, has served on the board for more than three years.  In January, she was...

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