Next Week’s Testing Schedule

We will have a revised school schedule on March 3rd and 4th. The schedule is as follows:

  • Monday, March 2nd is a normal school day.  All students attend 7:20-2:15.
  • Tuesday, March 3rd
    • Only Juniors report, this is any student that is labeled a junior based on their credits, attend school from 7:15 – 12:30
    • Only seniors that have been notified they need to test attend school from 7:15 – 12:30
    • No school for Freshmen, Sophomores & all other Seniors
  • Wednesday , March 4th
    • Juniors (labeled as juniors based on their credits) and notified seniors attend school from 7:15 – 10:30
    • Freshmen & Sophomores attend school from 10:30 – 2:15

Bus transportation will be provided on March 3rd and 4th- Buses will pick up or leave at the dismissal times stated in the schedule below. Students who drive to school will also be expected to arrive and leave at the times stated in the schedule. No students may leave school prior to the end of any of the testing times.

March 3rd – Juniors and Seniors needing to test will be picked up at their normal time and dropped off after the 12:30 dismissal.

March 4th- Morning bus pickup at the regular time for grade 11 and 12 needing to test. Students start at 7:20. There will be a second bus pickup (3 hours later than normal pick up time) for grades 9 and 10. Upon arriving to school all 9th and 10th grade students will report to the cafeteria for a snack and directions.

11th and 12th grade testers will return home on the buses after 10:30 dismissal.

Grades 9 & 10 will return home at the regular 2:15 dismissal time.

Special Education students that require special transportation will stay at school the entire day (7:20-2:15)

Edsel Ford students will not attend MBCC or DCMST on March 3rd and 4th as they will be testing.

February 26, 2015

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

DUE TO THE TESTING SCHEDULE, THERE WILL BE NO LUNCH ON MARCH 3RD AND 4TH .

There wil be a Model UN meting today after school in room B9.

Seniors are invited to attend the Senior All Night Party after their commencement ceremony Saturday, June 13th at the Fairlane Club.  Sign up for the senior party will take place once a week beginning Thursday, March 5th for only $30.  Mrs. DeVries will be registering seniors at both lunch hours near the cafeteria.  Seniors, don’t miss out on the food, fun and prizes at your Senior All Nigh Party. 

LAST NOTICE!!  Anything left in the lost and found after Friday, February 27th will be donated to a worthy cause!!

The Edsel Ford Cheerleaders took first place in the Varsity Stunt/Dance bracket at the Spirit Shine Celebration State Championship. The girls also received the highest point total in the entire competition.

Tutoring will be held every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday now after school from 2:20-3;20.  It’s held in the media center everyTuesday/Thursday and upstairs in A205 on Wednesdays with students from U of M Dearborn.  Please come prepared with homework or questions for the tutors.  Thank you!

Banquet forms for students who played a winter sport are due to the main office by Friday, March 13th.  If you didn’t receive a form, please pick one up from the main office.  The winter banquet to celebrate your athletic accomplishments will be Wednesday, March 18th.

There will be a MSA meeting this Friday after school to discuss future events. Be sure to attend.

There will be a pre-season tennis meeting for all girls interested in the tennis team this spring. The meeting will be Tuesday, March 3 at 2:30 in the cafeteria.

Boys and Girls Track athletes, preseason conditioning will take place on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of each week. Be dressed and ready to go at 2:30 outside the weight room in the big gym. If you want  to maximize your workouts, on Monday and Wednesday there are  2:30 to 3:30 study tables in the cafeteria, and at 3:30 workouts will begin.

Reminder:  Class of 2017 parents and students are to bring their Bangkok 96 Thai Feast Order Forms with payment Due:Friday, February 28 to the main office to the attention of Lori Keveney. 

STUDENTS WHO TOOK ANY TEST OUT…WE ARE SORRY BUT WE HAVE NOT RECEIVED THE TEST OUT RESULTS AS YET.  PLEASE CONTINUE TO BE PATIENT AS YOUR COUNSELOR WILL CALL YOU DOWN WHEN THEY RECEIVE RESULTS.

Hey Girls, the Sponge Dance is Friday, March 13th and now is the perfect time to ask that special someone to the dance.  Tickets will be on sale during both lunches and are reasonably priced at $45 for a couples ticket and $25 for a single ticket.  Don’t miss out, ask that special guy today! Sponge Dance will be held on Friday, March 13th from 7 – 10 p.m. Guest passes are available in the student office and are due back to Mrs. Talasis by Wednesday, March 4th!

Would you like to win $50?  The Link Crew is sponsoring a T shirt design contest for our drive safer campaign.  The shirt has to include three things:  a design, a catchy phrase, and a statistic about teenagers and driving.  All designs need to be submitted to Mrs. Haddad by Thursday, March 12th.  

ALL STUDENT REMINDER!! IF YOU HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN ANY DISCIPLINARY ACTION THAT RESULTED IN BEING SUSPENDED THIS SEMESTER, YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO ATTEND ANY SCHOOL SPONSORED ACTIVITIES, I.E…SPONGE, PROM, SENIOR PARTY AND SENIOR BBQ!!

The school store will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays during A lunch. Come use your Thunderbucks for school supplies or popcorn.

PBIS Pizza sales at the corner of F & E on Friday after 6th hour. 1 dollar or 2 Thunderbucks.

BOOK CLUB – WE ARE READING THE 2ND IN THE MAZE RUNNER SERIES, , “THE SCORCH TRIALS” BY JAMES DASHNER.  ENJOY THE READ AND WE’LL SEE YOU IN E2 ON FEBRUARY 27!  ALL ARE WELCOME!

Next Week’s Testing Schedule

We will have a revised school schedule on March 3rd and 4th. The schedule is as follows:

  • Tuesday, March 3rd
    • Only Juniors report, this is any student that is labeled a junior based on their credits, attend school from 7:15 – 12:30
    • Only seniors that have been notified they need to test attend school from 7:15 – 12:30
    • No school for Freshmen, Sophomores & all other Seniors
  • Wednesday , March 4th
    • Juniors (labeled as juniors based on their credits) and notified seniors attend school from 7:15 – 10:30
    • Freshmen & Sophomores attend school from 10:30 – 2:15

Bus transportation will be provided on March 3rd and 4th- Buses will pick up or leave at the dismissal times stated in the schedule below. Students who drive to school will also be expected to arrive and leave at the times stated in the schedule. No students may leave school prior to the end of any of the testing times.

March 3rd – Juniors and Seniors needing to test will be picked up at their normal time and dropped off after the 12:30 dismissal.

March 4th- Morning bus pickup at the regular time for grade 11 and 12 needing to test. Students start at 7:20. There will be a second bus pickup (3 hours later than normal pick up time) for grades 9 and 10. Upon arriving to school all 9th and 10th grade students will report to the cafeteria for a snack and directions.

11th and 12th grade testers will return home on the buses after 10:30 dismissal.

Grades 9 & 10 will return home at the regular 2:15 dismissal time.

Special Education students that require special transportation will stay at school the entire day (7:20-2:15)

Edsel Ford students will not attend MBCC or DCMST on March 3rd and 4th as they will be testing.

February 25, 2015

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

DUE TO THE TESTING SCHEDULE, THERE WILL BE NO LUNCH ON MARCH 3RD AND 4TH .

There will be a MSA meeting this Friday after school to discuss future events. Be sure to attend.

There will be a pre-season tennis meeting for all girls interested in the tennis team this spring. The meeting will be Tuesday, March 3 at 2:30 in the cafeteria.

Boys and Girls Track athletes, preseason conditioning will take place on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of each week. Be dressed and ready to go at2:30 outside the weight room in the big gym. If you want  to maximize your workouts, on Monday and Wednesday there are  2:30 to 3:30 study tables in the cafeteria, and at 3:30 workouts will begin.

Reminder:  Class of 2017 parents and students are to bring their Bangkok 96 Thai Feast Order Forms with payment Due:Friday, February 28 to the main office to the attention of Lori Keveney. 

STUDENTS WHO TOOK ANY TEST OUT…WE ARE SORRY BUT WE HAVE NOT RECEIVED THE TEST OUT RESULTS AS YET.  PLEASE CONTINUE TO BE PATIENT AS YOUR COUNSELOR WILL CALL YOU DOWN WHEN THEY RECEIVE RESULTS.

Hey Girls, the Sponge Dance is Friday, March 13th and now is the perfect time to ask that special someone to the dance.  Tickets will be on sale during both lunches and are reasonably priced at $45 for a couples ticket and $25 for a single ticket.  Don’t miss out, ask that special guy today! Sponge Dance will be held on Friday, March 13th from 7 – 10 p.m. Guest passes are available in the student office and are due back to Mrs. Talasis by Wednesday, March 4th!

ONE more day to register for ASAP. The last day to register for ASAP classes is TODAY. 

Would you like to win $50?  The Link Crew is sponsoring a Tshirt design contest for our drive safer campaign.  The shirt has to include three things:  a design, a catchy phrase, and a statistic about teenagers and driving.  All designs need to be submitted to Mrs. Haddad by Thursday, March 12th.  

ALL STUDENT REMINDER!! IF YOU HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN ANY DISCIPLINARY ACTION THAT RESULTED IN BEING SUSPENDED THIS SEMESTER, YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO ATTEND ANY SCHOOL SPONSORED ACTIVITIES, I.E…SPONGE, PROM, SENIOR PARTY AND SENIOR BBQ!!

The school store will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays during A lunch. Come use your Thunderbucks for school supplies or popcorn.

PBIS Pizza sales at the corner of F & E on Friday after 6th hour. 1 dollar or 2 Thunderbucks.

BOOK CLUB – WE ARE READING THE 2ND IN THE MAZE RUNNER SERIES, , “THE SCORCH TRIALS” BY JAMES DASHNER.  ENJOY THE READ AND WE’LL SEE YOU IN E2 ON FEBRUARY 27!  ALL ARE WELCOME!

The Class of 2017 Senior Party Volunteer Committee is having a Pizza, Snack and Drink Sale Every Wednesday right after school located at the Bulletin Board at the T junction/ Vending Machines areas and by the School Bus exit .  Everything is only $1.  

Testing Information and Schedule

On March 3rd and 4th Edsel Ford High School, and all other high schools in Michigan, will be administering the ACT, Explore and Plan to all high school students. These exams are extremely important and crucial for our students’ success.

What are these exams?

  • Explore – The Explore test is taken by all freshmen and is an indicator on where our freshman are excelling or struggling in reference to content and comprehension. Based on each individual student’s scores, we prepare and schedule students with additional resources to assist them in their quest for success.
  • Plan – The Plan test is taken by all sophomores and is an indicator on where the students may struggle when they take the ACT and the MiStep test their junior year. Based on each individual student’s scores, we prepare and schedule students with additional resources to assist them in their quest for success their junior year and to excel on the ACT/MiStep. The Plan test also determines which students are eligible for the Dearborn Public Schools and Henry Ford College Collegiate Academy.
  • ACT & MiStep – The ACT/MiStep are two assessments that are used by the State of Michigan to assess where our students rank in reference to their proficiency in all curricular areas. The State of Michigan also uses this one-time test to rank our students against other students in the State and as a measurement to determine if Edsel Ford High School has made progress in reducing gaps in achievement. Both of these scores are reported on the student’s transcripts that universities and colleges review.

It is crucial that our students come to school prepared, on time and on task to be successful on these exams. Moreover, it is important that our students continue to demonstrate to the entire State of Michigan that we are a quality educational institution and that our students are the finest students in the State of Michigan.

In addition, we will have a revised school schedule on March 3rd and 4th. The schedule is as follows:

  • Tuesday, March 3rd
    • Only Juniors report, this is any student that is labeled a junior based on their credits, attend school from 7:15 – 12:30
    • Only seniors that have been notified they need to test attend school from 7:15 – 12:30
    • No school for Freshmen, Sophomores & all other Seniors
  • Wednesday , March 4th
    • Juniors (labeled as juniors based on their credits) and notified seniors attend school from 7:15 – 10:30
    • Freshmen & Sophomores attend school from 10:30 – 2:15

Bus transportation will be provided on March 3rd and 4th- Buses will pick up or leave at the dismissal times stated in the schedule below. Students who drive to school will also be expected to arrive and leave at the times stated in the schedule. No students may leave school prior to the end of any of the testing times.

March 3rdJuniors and Seniors needing to test will be picked up at their normal time and dropped off after the 12:30 dismissal.

March 4th- Morning bus pickup at the regular time for grade 11 and 12 needing to test. Students start at 7:20. There will be a second bus pickup (3 hours later than normal pick up time) for grades 9 and 10. Upon arriving to school all 9th and 10th grade students will report to the cafeteria for a snack and directions.

11th and 12th grade testers will return home on the buses after 10:30 dismissal.

Grades 9 & 10 will return home at the regular 2:15 dismissal time.

Special Education students that require special transportation will stay at school the entire day (7:20-2:15)

Edsel Ford students will not attend MBCC or DCMST on March 3rd and 4th as they will be testing.

  • MiStep Assessment will be in April and a schedule will follow for that very soon.

Please keep in mind these key facts regarding testing:

  • No cell phones or electronic devices – These items are NOT permitted in the testing rooms at any time, even if powered off. Being in possession of these items in the test room will result in an invalidation of the test. They will not be allowed in the hallways between tests or on breaks.
  • Photo Identification – Students must show either their school ID or a driver’s license when they check in. If you do not have an ID, let us know NOW.
  • Timed Tests – All the tests are timed so students must be to school on time. No one will be admitted after 7:40 am on any of the testing days. We encourage all students to arrive by 7:15am or earlier.
  • Calculators – Students may bring and use a calculator for the mathematics portion of the exam. School-issued calculators are acceptable to ACT.   No calculators will be issued on test day.
  • No food, drink or other unnecessary items in the test rooms – Students should plan to only bring #2 pencils, their photo ID, and a calculator.

*Students must listen and follow all directions during testing- Students must successfully complete the ACT & MiStep testing in order to receive their diploma from Dearborn Public Schools.

Let’s go Thunderbirds! Once again- it’s Edsel’s time to shine!

Principal Casebolt

 

 

 

February 24, 2015

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

DUE TO THE TESTING SCHEDULE, THERE WILL BE NO LUNCH ON MARCH 3RD AND 4TH .

Just a reminder, there is a NHS meeting today in the cafeteria at 2:25.

Boys and Girls Track athletes, preseason conditioning will take place on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of each week. Be dressed and ready to go at2:30 outside the weight room in the big gym. If you want  to maximize your workouts, on Monday and Wednesday there are  2:30 to 3:30 study tables in the cafeteria, and at 3:30 workouts will begin.

Reminder:  Class of 2017 parents and students are to bring their Bangkok 96 Thai Feast Order Forms with payment Due:Friday, February 28 to the main office to the attention of Mrs. Keveney. 

STUDENTS WHO TOOK ANY TEST OUT…WE ARE SORRY BUT WE HAVE NOT RECEIVED THE TEST OUT RESULTS AS YET.  PLEASE CONTINUE TO BE PATIENT AS YOUR COUNSELOR WILL CALL YOU DOWN WHEN THEY RECEIVE RESULTS.

Hey Girls, the Sponge Dance is Friday, March 13th and now is the perfect time to ask that special someone to the dance.  Tickets will be on sale during both lunches and are reasonably priced at $45 for a couples ticket and $25 for a single ticket.  Don’t miss out, ask that special guy today!

TWO more days to register for ASAP. The last day to register for ASAP classes is this Wednesday. 

Would you like to win $50?  The Link Crew is sponsoring a T-shirt design contest for our drive safer campaign.  The shirt has to include three things:  a design, a catchy phrase, and a statistic about teenagers and driving.  All designs need to be submitted to Mrs. Haddad by Thursday, March 12th.  

STUDENT REMINDER!! IF YOU HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN ANY DISCIPLINARY ACTION THAT RESULTED IN BEING SUSPENDED THIS SEMESTER, YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO ATTEND ANY SCHOOL SPONSORED ACTIVITIES, I.E…SPONGE, PROM, SENIOR PARTY AND SENIOR BBQ!!

The school store will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays during A lunch. Come use your Thunderbucks for school supplies or popcorn.

PBIS Pizza sales at the corner of F & E on Friday after 6th hour. 1 dollar or 2 Thunderbucks.

STUDENTS! Sponge Dance will be held on Friday, March 13th from 7 – 10 p.m. Guest passes are available in the student office and are due back to Mrs. Talasis by Wednesday, March 4th!

BOOK CLUB – WE ARE READING THE 2ND IN THE MAZE RUNNER SERIES, , “THE SCORCH TRIALS” BY JAMES DASHNER.  ENJOY THE READ AND WE’LL SEE YOU IN E2 ON FEBRUARY 27!  ALL ARE WELCOME!

The Class of 2017 Senior Party Volunteer Committee is having a Pizza, Snack and Drink Sale Every Wednesday right after school located at the Bulletin Board at the T junction/ Vending Machines areas and by the School Bus exit .  Everything is only $1.  

February 23, 2015

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Three more days to register for ASAP. The last day to register for ASAP classes is this Wednesday. 

Would you like to win $50?  The Link Crew is sponsoring a T-shirt design contest for our drive safer campaign.  The shirt has to include three things:  a design, a catchy phrase, and a statistic about teenagers and driving.  All designs need to be submitted to Mrs. Haddad by Thursday, March 12th.  

Today, everyone is invited to gather at Buffalo Wild Wings LOCATED: 22216 Michigan Ave. Dearborn for lunch, dinner and a fun time! From open till close 20% of the proceeds will go to Class of 2017 Senior Party.  Please look for our Class of 2017 table for a flier to accompany your bill so that we may get the 20% from 6-8 pm or email Alicia Lozoya at allozoya1@gmail.com or Denise Boulianne at deeboulianne@gmail and request a copy of the flier.

SENIORS REMINDER!! IF YOU HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN ANY DISCIPLINARY ACTION THAT RESULTED IN BEING SUSPENDED THIS SEMESTER, YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO ATTEND ANY SCHOOL SPONSORED ACTIVITIES, I.E…SPONGE, PROM, SENIOR PARTY AND SENIOR BBQ!!

The school store will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays during A lunch. Come use your Thunderbucks for school supplies or popcorn.

PBIS Pizza sales at the corner of F & E on Friday after 6th hour. 1 dollar or 2 Thunderbucks.

STUDENTS! Sponge Dance will be held on Friday, March 13th from 7 – 10 p.m. Guest passes are available in the student office and are due back to Mrs. Talasis by Wednesday, March 4th!

BOOK CLUB – WE ARE READING THE 2ND IN THE MAZE RUNNER SERIES, “THE SCORCH TRIALS” BY JAMES DASHNER.  ENJOY THE READ AND WE’LL SEE YOU IN E2 ON FEBRUARY 27!  ALL ARE WELCOME!

The Class of 2017 Senior Party Volunteer Committee is having a Pizza, Snack and Drink Sale Every Wednesday right after school located at the Bulletin Board at the T junction/ Vending Machines areas and by the School Bus exit .  Everything is only $1.  

February 13, 2015

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

The school store will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays during A lunch. Come use your Thunderbucks for school supplies or popcorn.

PBIS Pizza sales at the corner of F & E on Friday after 6th hour. 1 dollar or 2 Thunderbucks.

STUDENTS! Sponge Dance will be held on Friday, March 13th from 7 – 10 p.m. Guest passes are available in the student office and are due back to Mrs. Talasis by Wednesday, March 4th!

There will be a MSA lecture this Friday by Mr. Osamah Munaser in Room A2 at 2:25 PM. The title is “The Oneness of God.” Also, there will be refreshments and food during the lecture. All are welcome to attend.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS THAT TESTED OUT OF A CLASS….. THE COUNSELING OFFICE HAS NOT RECEIVED THE RESULTS YET.   PLEASE BE PATIENT.  YOUR COUNSELOR WILL CALL YOU WHEN THEY HAVE RECEIVED THEM.   PLEASE, AGAIN,BE PATIENT UNTIL YOU HAVE HEARD FROM YOUR COUNSELOR.    THANK YOU!!!

There will be no after school activities this Friday. This includes ASAP and tutoring. Students who ride the bus must get on the 2:15 bus. 

BOOK CLUB – WE ARE READING THE 2ND IN THE MAZE RUNNER SERIES, , “THE SCORCH TRIALS” BY JAMES DASHNER.  ENJOY THE READ AND WE’LL SEE YOU IN E2 ON FEBRUARY 27!  ALL ARE WELCOME!

This Friday is the 7th annual Coaches vs. Cancer basketball game for the girls basketball program.  The players will be collecting donations this week for the American Cancer Society and have set a goal of raising $100 per player.  Please contribute to make this fundraiser’s success and attend the games Friday against Fordson.  All donations go to the American Cancer Society.  Thank you for your support.

Surprise that special someone with flowers for Valentines Day.  Carnations will be sold during both A & B lunches for only $1 and will be delivered on Friday, February 13th.

Buy your sweetheart a candy gram this Valentines Day for $1.  You can purchase the candygram at either A or B lunch and it will be delivered during 2nd or 4th hour on Friday, the 13th.  See Mrs. Haddad if you have any questions!  

The Class of 2017 Senior Party Volunteer Committee is having a Pizza, Snack and Drink Sale Every Wednesday right after school located at the Bulletin Board at the T junction/ Vending Machines areas and by the School Bus exit .  Everything is only $1.  

February 12, 2015

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

STUDENTS! Sponge Dance will be held on Friday, March 13th from 7 – 10 p.m. Guest passes are available in the student office and are due back to Mrs. Talasis by Wednesday, March 4th!

There will be a MSA lecture this Friday by Mr. Osamah Munaser in Room A2 at2:25 PM. The title is “The Oneness of God.” Also, there will be refreshments and food during the lecture. All are welcome to attend.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS THAT TESTED OUT OF A CLASS….. THE COUNSELING OFFICE HAS NOT RECEIVED THE RESULTS YET.   PLEASE BE PATIENT.  YOUR COUNSELOR WILL CALL YOU WHEN THEY HAVE RECEIVED THEM.   PLEASE, AGAIN,BE PATIENT UNTIL YOU HAVE HEARD FROM YOUR COUNSELOR.    THANK YOU!!!

There will be no after school activities this Friday. This includes ASAP and tutoring. Students who ride the bus must get on the 2:15 bus. 

BOOK CLUB – WE ARE READING THE 2ND IN THE MAZE RUNNER SERIES, , “THE SCORCH TRIALS” BY JAMES DASHNER.  ENJOY THE READ AND WE’LL SEE YOU IN E2 ON FEBRUARY 27!  ALL ARE WELCOME!

This Friday is the 7th annual Coaches vs. Cancer basketball game for the girls basketball program.  The players will be collecting donations this week for the American Cancer Society and have set a goal of raising $100 per player.  Please contribute to make this fundraiser’s success and attend the games Friday against Fordson.  All donations go to the American Cancer Society.  Thank you for your support.

Surprise that special someone with flowers for Valentines Day.  Carnations will be sold during both A & B lunches for only $1 and will be delivered on Friday, February 13th.

Buy your sweetheart a candy gram this Valentines Day for $1.  You can purchase the candygram at either A or B lunch and it will be delivered during 2nd or 4th hour on Friday, the 13th.  See Mrs. Haddad if you have any questions!  

The Class of 2017 Senior Party Volunteer Committee is having a Pizza, Snack and Drink Sale Every Wednesday right after school located at the Bulletin Board at the T junction/ Vending Machines areas and by the School Bus exit .  Everything is only $1.  

 

February 9, 2015

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Right after school today the Class of 2015 will be having a bake sale by the bus area. Everything will be a $1, so come and support the senior class.

There will be a meeting for Boys and Girls Track athletes in the cafeteria on Wednesday, February 11 at 2:25. You will be meeting the coaches,filling out informational sheets and be given physicals for those of you who will need these forms.

Surprise that special someone with flowers for Valentines Day.  Carnations will be sold during both A & B lunches for only $1 and will be delivered on Friday, February 13th.

Buy your sweetheart a candy gram this Valentines Day for $1.  You can purchase the candygram at either A or B lunch and it will be delivered during 2nd or 4th hour on Friday, the 13th.  See Mrs. Haddad if you have any questions!  

Students taking the ACT and MME this year:  Want to boost your scores on the Science section of the ACT and MME?  Need to brush up on your biology knowledge?  There are now short, self-paced Thunderbird Biology Crash Courses on topics in Biology available on iLearn.  Earn Thunderbucks and other prizes for each module you complete!  Visit iLearn or @ThunderbirdBio on twitter for details.

STUDENTS! If you were scheduled for after school detention on the snow days this past Monday or Tuesday you still need to complete that detention process.  Your rescheduled detention will be Monday or Tuesday, February 9th or February 10th.

The Class of 2017 Senior Party Volunteer Committee is having a Pizza, Snack and Drink Sale Every Wednesday right after school located at the Bulletin Board at the T junction/ Vending Machines areas and by the School Bus exit .  Everything is only $1.  

Anyone interested in joining the Diversity Club and planning a 5k race with the Diversity clubs of DHS and FHS, please come see Mrs. Haddad or Mrs. Souweidane.  It’s a great opportunity and scholarships are available once you become a senior.

ASAP registration has started. Please visit the counseling office for forms and classes available. Classes will start on February 10th. ASAP classes are $150 each.There will be a $75 discount for early registration and another $75 tuition reimbursement with a signed contract.