The Dearborn Public Schools Early Childhood Program
would like to announce that we are currently accepting registrations for the 2012-13 school year!!
Sign up now- Spots are filling up quickly!!
All are invited to attend the OPEN HOUSE at each location listed –Wednesday April 18, 2012 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. For further information, please stop by to speak to the site Manager or Head Teacher, or call the Child Development Center at (313) 317-6527.
Programs Available for 2012-13
-Summer Adventure Club– Snow Elementary
-All Day Pre-school – Snow & Lindbergh schools
–Kid’s Club before & after at- Duvall, Haigh, Howard, Lindbergh, Long, Snow & Whitmore-Bolles schools
–Childcare & All Day Preschool– H.F.C.C.
-Mini Scholars– 3 yr. old- 2 hour program &
-Little Scholars– 4 yr. old- 3 hour program at-
Duvall, HFCC, Howard, Long & Snow schools
-Montessori Preschool – Howe Elementary
Join us this Tuesday and Thursday in the cafeteria at 8:50 am with Ms. Margaret King Ahmad and Mrs. Dakroub for Parent Talk.
We began last Thursday. Parents who attended walked away with valuable information from the first class.
They learned how “Opportunity Equals Responsibility” and how to have positive consequences. They learned how to find new ways to overcome everyday frustrations while raising children. Join them for some great discussion.
Thursday, March 01, 2012 2:18 PM
Hello Staff, Parents, and Community Members,
By this time facebook, twitter, text, tumbler, e-mail messages, and traditional media outlets have probably already provided you with information regarding a lockdown today at Fordson High School.
Now let me take this opportunity to provide you with some factual information from the source.
This morning, Fordson received a phone call warning them that two specific individuals could be the target of violent behavior. As a precautionary measure the school went into lockdown mode and contacted the Dearborn Police. The police conducted an investigation into the call. It was determined that there was no credible threat to the students or staff at the school and the lockdown was lifted. The entire lockdown lasted approximately 3 hours.
During the lockdown, one student was apprehended by police for not obeying the lockdown rules, ignoring security and police officers request to stop, and fleeing from police. This student had no connection to the phone call made earlier in the day. Several pictures of the student being apprehended by police were posted on twitter and facebook.
Again, the action taken today was a precautionary measure to ensure the safety of all students and no harm came to any of the young men and women at Fordson High School.
The staff and students are to be commended for their professional behavior during this lockdown. The students were well behaved and the staff went above and beyond to maintain a safe and secure learning environment.
Thank you and have a pleasant day,
Wednesday, Feb. 29th is a late start. Children begin school at 9:35 am. Breakfast is served at 9am. There is no school for kindergarteners.
Welcome back from a wonderful, restful break.
The PTA will be honoring Mr. Awada during Principals’ Week.
MONDAY: business as usual
TUESDAY: PTA luncheon for Mr. Awada. Our special moms will be preparing lunch.
IGNITE meets at 8am.
WEDNESDAY: Late Start. No school for kindergarteners.
THURSDAY: Parenting classes will begin at 8:50am in the cafeteria, every Tuesday and Thursday in March. Classes will be given by District Parent Educator Mrs. Margaret King Ahmad. Don’t miss this free program provided by Oakman School to help you with your children at home. Sessions will be in Arabic and English.
Friday: business as usual
Click on this link to find information in English about how to help make your child successful at school.
Click on this link for Arabic and scroll down: