Board recognizes teacher heroes

The Dearborn Public Schools Board of Education on Monday night honored two McCollough/Unis teachers credited with saving a student’s life during a medical emergency in October. “This is really a story of heroes in our community,” said Superintendent Glenn...

Business reps needed for high school career fairs

Edsel Ford and Dearborn High are launching new career academies for students, and they need help from local businesses and professionals willing to tell teens about different jobs. Edsel Ford is holding its first Freshman Career Fair on Feb. 4, and Dearborn High will...

App lets parents check student records, report absences

Dearborn Public School parents can now report their child’s absences and check student grades, attendance and more from the convenience of their phone or tablet. Parents can download the Q Parent Connection app via Google Play or Apple Play and set it up with the same...

Novi High, Macy’s donate $10,000 to launch Fordson incubator class

Some Fordson High School students will get an uncommon hands-on experience as entrepreneurs thanks to generous donations from Novi High School and Macy’s Inc. On Wednesday, representatives from Novi High School and Macy’s at Fairlane Town Center presented Fordson with...

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District announces administrative changes

District announces administrative changes

Several administrative changes are underway as Dearborn Public Schools prepares for the new school year.  Classes resume Aug. 26. Administrators are periodically re-assigned either at their request or to fill a need at a different building.  A new...

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Dearborn High changing drop off/pick up pattern

Dearborn High changing drop off/pick up pattern

The first lesson Dearborn High students and parents will get to learn this year could start before class does - a new drop off and pick up pattern outside the school. The circle drive in front of the school is now strictly buses only during school drop off in the...

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Help needed in our kitchens

Help needed in our kitchens

Dearborn Public School students will see more made-from-scratch meals this fall, but that means we need more help in our kitchens! The district is looking to hire at least 15 additional food service employees in the coming days as it prepares to switch over to a new...

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Dearborn Schools seeking bond approval in November

Dearborn Schools seeking bond approval in November

Dearborn Public Schools Board of Education recently approved language to be placed on a November 5th, 2019 ballot asking residents to approve a $240 million bond proposal for the district. The $240 million is the amount of money that can be added to the current bond...

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Dearborn Schools updates 2019-20 calendar

Dearborn Schools updates 2019-20 calendar

Dearborn Schools has updated next year’s calendar, making spring break 2020 a day shorter due to state testing schedules, but ending the school year a day earlier. Spring break next year will now run from April 6 to 10.  The following Monday, April 13, will now...

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Congratulations on another great school year

Congratulations on another great school year

Congratulations! We seem to hear that word quite a bit this time of year, and well we should. As another school year comes to an end, there are plenty of success stories and accomplishments that need to be congratulated. First, congratulations to all of our graduating...

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Students Speak shows importance of Adult Education

Students Speak shows importance of Adult Education

Their backgrounds are as different as the path that led them to the Adult Education program, but one-by-one a group of students shared their compelling and inspirational story of success during a recent Students Speak event in April.   Students Speak events are...

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Superintendent receives positive evaluation

Superintendent receives positive evaluation

As the school year winds down, students are not the only ones receiving report cards on how they did. The Dearborn Public Schools Board of Education recently gave Superintendent Dr. Glenn Maleyko his evaluation for his fourth year as superintendent, again ranking his...

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Emergency training set for June 19 at O.L. Smith

Emergency training set for June 19 at O.L. Smith

Dearborn Public Schools along with several city and community organizations this month will again stage an emergency readiness exercise after school dismisses for the summer. The June 19 drill will be held at O.L. Smith Middle School, 23851 Yale St., Dearborn. ...

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Lockdown information for parents

Lockdown information for parents

Dearborn Public Schools considers your child’s safety one of our top concerns.  That includes training them how to respond to potential emergencies in the buildings from fire drills to lockdowns.  This sheet is meant to help you, as parents, understand your...

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Lindbergh, Whitmore-Bolles recognized as Lighthouse Schools

Lindbergh, Whitmore-Bolles recognized as Lighthouse Schools

Lindbergh and Whitmore-Bolles elementary schools in Dearborn have received the prestigious Lighthouse Milestone certification through the international Leader in Me program. The two schools were recognized for their ongoing effort, and success, implementing Leader in...

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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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