January 17, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Support The social justice club fundraiser at bdubs TOMORROW,  Wednesday January 18 2017 

ATTENTION READERS!  TIME RIDERS BY ALEX SCARROW IS OUR NEXT NOVEL.  WE’LL MEET FEBRUARY 10TH IN E2 TO DISCUSS.  HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE, AND HAPPY READING!

All girls interested in trying out for softball: there will be a meeting after school in the cafeteria TOMORROW, Wednesday January 18th at 2:25.

Charity Week group members, we will be meeting TOMORROW,  Wednesday, Jan 18th afterschool in the media center from 2:30-3pm.  See you then!

TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2017 is a LATE START DAY!  EVERYTHING RUNS 1 HOUR LATER THAN NORMAL!!!

January 12, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL
Daily Bulletin

All girls interested in trying out for softball: there will be a meeting after school in the cafeteria on Wednesday January 18th at 2:25.

The last day to drop a dual enrollment class with counselor permission without penalty is Saturday, January 14th. No exceptions!!

Please come out this Monday at 2PM to the Dearborn Ford Community and Performiing Arts Center for a short MLK RealDearborn unity peace march and an open mic performance afterwards by your friends. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served. Please join us for a fun and worthwhile event!​

Link Crew will be having a meeting this Friday, Jan 13th afterschool in the media center from 2:30-3pm.  Please make every effort to be there.

Charity Week group members, we will be meeting NEXT Wednesday, Jan 18th afterschool in the media center from 2:30-3pm.  See you then!

The GSA will have a meeting after school today, Thursday, January 12 in Mr. Belknap’s room (A210). Come fancy and fabulous for our yearbook photo.

Auditions for the EFHS Benefit Concert (aka Talent Show) will be held on 13th, and 16th.  All students are eligible to participate.  This is part of our upcoming Charity Week activities, so we want to have a HUGE showing of our amazingly talented Thunderbirds for this show. Have a talent we have never seen?  Come share and help us raise funds for our Charity!

Sign up sheets are on the door outside the Choir Room. Dancers are needed for the spring production of “Brigadoon”.  Dance training is always welcome, but not required.  The show is set in the Scottish Highlands and will feature the famous “Sword Dance”. If you’ve seen the movie “Braveheart’, you’ll be on the right track, but with a lot less blood. Guys who are bold enough to show off their talents are especially needed for this dance. See Mr. Doyle, Ms. Oren, or one of the Drama Club members for more information. 

ATTENTION READERS!  THRONE OF GLASS BY SARAH J. MAAS IS OUR NEXT READ.  ENJOY THE NOVEL AND WE’LL SEE YOU JANUARY 12TH AFTER SCHOOL IN E2.  ALL ARE WELCOME.

ACCESS ACTS comes to Edsel! ACCESS is having a Coat, Hat, and Glove Drive, and they are collecting adult-sized coats, hats, and gloves! If you or someone you know has extra items, please take them to Ms. Abusbeih in room B-3 or see Amanda Saleh. All donations are due by January 13th.

Just a friendly reminder that there will be NO SCHOOL on Monday, January 16, 2017.  Martin Luther King II Day!

Also, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2017 is a LATE START DAY!  EVERYTHING RUNS 1 HOUR LATER THAN NORMAL!!!

2nd Annual #TheRealDearborn Unity March Is Ready To Roll

They say actions speak louder than words and that is exactly why, for the second straight year, Dearborn students have organized #TheRealDearborn Unity March. 

Concerned about many inaccurate descriptions of life in Dearborn, that often portray a distorted and negative image of the city, students from Dearborn, Edsel Ford, Fordson, and Divine Child High School met to discuss ways in which they could bring people together to show the diversity and unity of Dearborn. The outcome of their meetings… #TheRealDeaborn Peace March celebrating Dearborn’s historic diversity, rich culture, and united community. 

On Monday, January 16 the public is invited to gather outside the west entrance of the Michael Guido Theater located at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center, 15801 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, 48126 to take part in the event.  Starting at 2 p.m., those in attendance will march from the theater entrance a short distance to the Centennial Library and then back to the theater. The event will then move indoors for a short ceremony that will include students sharing their stories and readings to demonstrate how life in Dearborn aligns with Dr. King’s message of brotherhood/sisterhood.

The students organizing the event are hoping the approximately one hour long event will draw hundreds of community members young and old.  Dearborn Public Schools Superintendent, Dearborn Mayor O’Reilly, and several other prominent members of the community are already planning on attending.

“Despite record low temperatures, last year’s march drew more than 250 people and I expect this years’ event to bring in even more,” commented Dearborn Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Glenn Maleyko.

“The students have worked very hard to make this event happen, believe strongly in this community, and created an event that truly showcases the community spirit that thrives in Dearborn,” he added.

The group has also created Twitter and Instagram accounts promoting the January 16 #TheRealDearborn march. People are invited to post photos and comments @RealDearborn.  

For more information about how you or your organization can take part in the January 16th  #TheRealDearborn march please contact Ms. Violet Souweidane at souweiv@dearbornschools.org.  Media inquiries should contact Dearborn Public Schools Director of Communications Mr. David Mustonen at mustond@dearbornschools.org.

January 10, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

There will be a BPA Meeting after school on Wednesday in the Media Center.

The GSA will have a meeting after school this Thursday, January 12 in Mr. Belknap’s room (A210). Come fancy and fabulous for our yearbook photo.

Auditions for the EFHS Benefit Concert (aka Talent Show) will be held on January 11th, 13th, and 16th.  All students are eligible to participate.  This is part of our upcoming Charity Week activities, so we want to have a HUGE showing of our amazingly talented Thunderbirds for this show. Have a talent we have never seen?  Come share and help us raise funds for our Charity!

Sign up sheets are on the door outside the Choir Room. Dancers are needed for the spring production of “Brigadoon”.  Dance training is always welcome, but not required.  The show is set in the Scottish Highlands and will feature the famous “Sword Dance”. If you’ve seen the movie “Braveheart’, you’ll be on the right track, but with a lot less blood. Guys who are bold enough to show off their talents are especially needed for this dance. See Mr. Doyle, Ms. Oren, or one of the Drama Club members for more information. 

ATTENTION READERS!  THRONE OF GLASS BY SARAH J. MAAS IS OUR NEXT READ.  ENJOY THE NOVEL AND WE’LL SEE YOU JANUARY 12TH AFTER SCHOOL IN E2.  ALL ARE WELCOME.

ACCESS ACTS comes to Edsel! ACCESS is having a Coat, Hat, and Glove Drive, and they are collecting adult-sized coats, hats, and gloves! If you or someone you know has extra items, please take them to Ms. Abusbeih in room B-3 or see Amanda Saleh. All donations are due by January 13th.

Just a friendly reminder that there will be NO SCHOOL on Monday, January 16, 2017.  Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

Also, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2017 is a LATE START DAY!  EVERYTHING RUNS 1 HOUR LATER THAN NORMAL!!!

 

December 22, 2016

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Students this is a reminder that in order to ride the after school 2:20pm bus you need to have your student ID on you.  In order to ride the 4:15 bus you need to have a bus pass and your student Id to present to the bus driver.  If you stay for ASAP you should have been provided a bus pass for the semester.  If you stay for any academic reason then you need to obtain a bus pass from the staff member you were with after school.  Bus passes will not be issued from the office you must get that pass from the staff member you were working with after school.  It is your responsibility to tell that staff member you need a pass for the bus.  If you need to get a new student ID you need to go see Mrs. Hall in the main office before or after school and it costs 5 dollars to purchase a replacement ID.  If you lost your ASAP bus pass you can obtain a new one from the student office. 

REMEMBER…NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND TOMORROW!!

If you love music, come out to see the Edsel Ford Symphonic Band, Orchestra, and Choir, also featuring the Stout Middle School Choir. They will be performing tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium. It will be a spectacular winter performance! 

Auditions for the EFHS Benefit Concert (aka Talent Show) will be held on January 11th, 13th, and 16th.  All students are eligible to participate.  This is part of our upcoming Charity Week activities, so we want to have a HUGE showing of our amazingly talented Thunderbirds for this show. Have a talent we have never seen?  Come share and help us raise funds for our Charity!

Sign up sheets are on the door outside the Choir Room. Dancers are needed for the spring production of “Brigadoon”.  Dance training is always welcome, but not required.  The show is set in the Scottish Highlands and will feature the famous “Sword Dance”. If you’ve seen the movie “Braveheart’, you’ll be on the right track, but with a lot less blood. Guys who are bold enough to show off their talents are especially needed for this dance. See Mr. Doyle, Ms. Oren, or one of the Drama Club members for more information. 

Transcripts requested during winter break will not be processed and approved until we return the week of January 9th.   You may however, still request them. 

ATTENTION READERS!  THRONE OF GLASS BY SARAH J. MAAS IS OUR NEXT READ.  ENJOY THE NOVEL AND WE’LL SEE YOU JANUARY 12TH AFTER SCHOOL IN E2.  ALL ARE WELCOME.

ACCESS ACTS comes to Edsel! ACCESS is having a Coat, Hat, and Glove Drive, and they are collecting adult-sized coats, hats, and gloves! If you or someone you know has extra items, please take them to Ms. Abusbeih in room B-3 or see Amanda Saleh. All donations are due by January 13th.

December 21, 2016

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Students this is a reminder that in order to ride the after school 2:20 pm bus you need to have your student ID on you.  In order to ride the 4:15 bus you need to have a bus pass and your student Id to present to the bus driver.  If you stay for ASAP you should have been provided a bus pass for the semester.  If you stay for any academic reason then you need to obtain a bus pass from the staff member you were with after school.  Bus passes will not be issued from the office you must get that pass from the staff member you were working with after school.  It is your responsibility to tell that staff member you need a pass for the bus.  If you need to get a new student ID you need to go see Mrs. Hall in the main office before or after school and it costs 5 dollars to purchase a replacement ID.  If you lost your ASAP bus pass you can obtain a new one from the student office. 

Auditions for the EFHS Benefit Concert (aka Talent Show) will be held on January 11th, 13th, and 16th.  All students are eligible to participate.  This is part of our upcoming Charity Week activities, so we want to have a HUGE showing of our amazingly talented Thunderbirds for this show. Have a talent we have never seen?  Come share and help us raise funds for our Charity!

Sign up sheets are on the door outside the Choir Room. Dancers are needed for the spring production of “Brigadoon”.  Dance training is always welcome, but not required.  The show is set in the Scottish Highlands and will feature the famous “Sword Dance”. If you’ve seen the movie “Braveheart’, you’ll be on the right track, but with a lot less blood. Guys who are bold enough to show off their talents are especially needed for this dance. See Mr. Doyle, Ms. Oren, or one of the Drama Club members for more information. 

There will be a BPA meeting TODAY,  Wednesday after school in the Media Center.

Transcripts requested during winter break will not be processed and approved until we return the week of January 9th.   You may however, still request them. 

ATTENTION READERS!  THRONE OF GLASS BY SARAH J. MAAS IS OUR NEXT READ.  ENJOY THE NOVEL AND WE’LL SEE YOU JANUARY 12TH AFTER SCHOOL IN E2.  ALL ARE WELCOME.

Interested in science and doing more experiments? Join the Physics Club! Our first meeting will be TODAY,  Wednesday the 21st in room A-1. All are welcome! See Ms.Hier in room A-1 for more info.

ACCESS ACTS comes to Edsel! ACCESS is having a Coat, Hat, and Glove Drive, and they are collecting adult-sized coats, hats, and gloves! If you or someone you know has extra items, please take them to Ms. Abusbeih in room B-3 or see Amanda Saleh. All donations are due by January 13th.

Interact Club is having their First Annual Women’s Hygiene Donation Drive. They will be collecting items from Monday, November 14th to Friday, December 23rd. You may donate products such as feminine hygiene products , soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, etc. Drop by the student or counseling office to donate your items.

December 19, 2016

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Students this is a reminder that in order to ride the after school 2:20 pm bus you need to have your student ID on you.  In order to ride the 4:15 bus you need to have a bus pass and your student Id to present to the bus driver.  If you stay for ASAP you should have been provided a bus pass for the semester.  If you stay for any academic reason then you need to obtain a bus pass from the staff member you were with after school.  Bus passes will not be issued from the office you must get that pass from the staff member you were working with after school.  It is your responsibility to tell that staff member you need a pass for the bus.  If you need to get a new student ID you need to go see Mrs. Hall in the main office before or after school and it costs 5 dollars to purchase a replacement ID.  If you lost your ASAP bus pass you can obtain a new one from the student office. 

Transcripts requested during winter break will not be processed and approved until we return the week of January 9th.   You may however, still request them. 

ATTENTION READERS!  THRONE OF GLASS BY SARAH J. MAAS IS OUR NEXT READ.  ENJOY THE NOVEL AND WE’LL SEE YOU JANUARY 12TH AFTER SCHOOL IN E2.  ALL ARE WELCOME.

Interested in science and doing more experiments? Join the Physics Club! Our first meeting will be on Wednesday the 21st in room A-1. All are welcome! See Ms. Hier in room A-1 for more info.

ACCESS ACTS comes to Edsel! ACCESS is having a Coat, Hat, and Glove Drive, and they are collecting adult-sized coats, hats, and gloves! If you or someone you know has extra items, please take them to Ms. Abusbeih in room B-3 or see Amanda Saleh. All donations are due by January 13th.

There will be a BIG EFHS Merchandise BLOW OUT SALE!  All EFHS merchandise is going.  You may purchase it at the School Store, any home Basketball game AND there will be parents at your lunches beginning Wednesday, December 14 through Tuesday, December 20. EFHS t-shirts are going at $5.00 and Fleeces at $10.00 just to name a few!  These are great holiday gifts!

Interact Club is having their First Annual Women’s Hygiene Donation Drive. They will be collecting items from Monday, November 14th to Friday, December 23rd. You may donate products such as feminine hygiene products , soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, etc. Drop by the student or counseling office to donate your items.