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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:...

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...

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...

Informational meetings set for BRICS Bond

Dearborn Public Schools is planning a series of informational sessions this fall to let residents and families know more about the BRICS Bond. A question on the Nov. 5 ballot will ask residents to approve a new $240 million bond for the district.  The new bonds...

 

 

 

 

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Lindbergh third graders raise, release salmon

Lindbergh third graders raise, release salmon

Forget cute and cuddly, the third-grade students in one Lindbergh Elementary classroom had some slippery classroom critters this year. Laura Polidori’s third class raised Chinook salmon over the course of the school year and released them this spring at Ford Field...

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Impact Awards given to four District employees

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...

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Students reminded to stay focused on the goal

Students reminded to stay focused on the goal

Greetings, This is a good time of year to call to mind that classic fable of the Hare and the Tortoise. We all know how it goes.  The hare, being much faster, zooms ahead of the tortoise but his overconfidence and reckless attitude results in disaster. The hare...

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Dearborn High student films premiere May 22 and 23

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...

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Memorial Day ceremonies planned at three high schools

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. ...

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Four honored as 2019 Teachers of the Year

Four honored as 2019 Teachers of the Year

Hundreds of teachers, students and families attended a special ceremony on Thursday, April 25, 2019 to recognize and honor the teachers of the Dearborn Public Schools district at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center for the 22nd annual Alberta Muirhead...

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