January 28, 2015

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Students: If you did not turn in your textbook when it was due after first semester finals, you must return them to the main office.  Seniors: If you have a textbook you have not turned in, your diploma will be held until the textbook is returned.  

The Class of 2017 Senior Party Volunteer Committee is having a pizza/snack and drink sale right after school located at the Bulletin Board at the T junction by the school cafeteria.  Everything is only $1.  

The interact club will meet TODAY at 2:30, room f-15. Derek Locke, from shelterbox will be here  to explain how we can help his organization. Anyone interested in community service hours come by and learn more about the interact club and shelterbox.

Class of 2016 Lanyards are still for sale! You can buy yours from Ms. Goddard in room E4 for $5!

There will be no afterschool tutoring this week:   Thursday, Jan. 29th.  We will resume afterschool tutoring next week on Tuesday, Feb. 3rd from 2:25-3:25 in the media center every Tuesday and Thursday afterschool.

Any students interested in joining the debate team, we will have our first meeting after school at 2:15p.m. in Room C-8 on Thursday, February 5, 2015. Mr. Shaw

Attention all girls interested in playing softball this spring need to attend a meeting this Thursday at 2:20 in the cafeteria.

Students!  Please check the lost and found for any lost items. Anything left in the lost and found after Friday, January 30th will be disposed of.

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.

 

January 26, 2014

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Come to Yogurtopia today, celebrate the end of the first semester, and donate to the Class of 2015.  Mention that you are supporting Edsel Ford H.S. and a portion of the sales will benefit the senior class.

There will be a girls tennis meeting on Tuesday 1/27 at 2:30pm in the cafeteria.  All girls interested in playing this spring will need to attend the meeting.

Students!  Please check the lost and found for any lost items. Anything left in the lost and found after Friday, January 30th will be disposed of.

Starting, Tuesday, Jan 27th we will be selling duct tape for $1/a foot to tape Mr. Rydzik to the wall!!  The event will take place on Friday, Feb. 6th.  All proceeds will go towards Kids Against Hunger.

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.

January 22, 2015

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Come celebrate the end of the first semester at Yogurtopia on Monday, January 26th from 10:30am to 9pm and support the Class of 2015. Mention you are from Edsel Ford to the cashier and a donation will be made to the Senior Class.

There will be a girls tennis meeting on Tuesday 1/27 at 2:30pm in the cafeteria.  All girls interested in playing this spring will need to attend the meeting.

Students!  Please check the lost and found for any lost items. Anything left in the lost and found after Friday, January 30th will be disposed of.

The junior class is having a fundraiser TODAY, Thursday January 22nd at Leo’s Coney Island on Greenfield from 11-5. You must bring a flyer, pick one up from room E-4 or any class rep. 

Starting, Tuesday, Jan 27th we will be selling duct tape for $1/a foot to tape Mr. Rydzik to the wall!!  The event will take place on Friday, Feb. 6th.  All proceeds will go towards Kids Against Hunger.

Students: Last chance to place a baby ad!  1/8th pages and 1/4 pages only.  See a yearbook staff member or go to the Edsel Ford High School yearbook web page to find the information.

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.

Administrative Guidelines of Dearborn Public Schools 5431 – SELECTION OF VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN

Administrative Guidelines of Dearborn Public Schools are as follows:

5431 – SELECTION OF VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN

The selection of valedictorian and salutatorian will be the responsibility of each individual high school.

The valedictorian designation shall be the student who has the highest cumulative grade point average in grades 9 – 12.

The salutatorian shall be the student with the next highest cumulative grade point average.

Any disciplinary issue dealing with academic honesty will disqualify a student. (Including but not limited to cheating and/or plagiarism.)

No one may be valedictorian or salutatorian if they receive any major discipline in junior or senior year that results in two or more days of Out of School Suspension.

To qualify a student must have earned their final eleven (11) credits in the Dearborn Public Schools at time of graduation and a minimum of one (1) year at the high school from which s/he is graduating. All grades earned in all subjects, both required and elective, shall count in determining the final average.

In the instance of a tie, students will be awarded a designation as co-valedictorian or co-salutatorian.

Some form of recognition should be granted to both individuals during the Honors Night and the graduation ceremony beyond the designation in the printed program. Such recognition may take the form of being a student speaker, sitting on the dias, leading the pledge to the flag, standing and being introduced by the principal during their remarks to the audience, noting the student’s achievements during their high school career, etc.

It is the policy of the Dearborn Schools to encourage the involvement of as many students as possible in both the Honors Night and graduation ceremony. Therefore, selection of student speakers should not be confined only to those students with academic honors. Some high schools have class officers speak, others hold a competition for student speakers from the senior class. Methods of selection of students to represent the student body on the program is the prerogative of each high school.

The valedictorian and salutatorian give a 2-3 minute speech at Honors Night but do NOT automatically speak at graduation. There must be a contest to determine this.

The Class President speaks at graduation for 2-3 minutes.

An “at large” graduating senior is also selected to speak at graduation. This student does not have to be from the top 5 students.  Each school has a similar selection process including an audition and faculty panel.

 

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL’S PROCESS FOR SELECTION OF “AT LARGE” SPEAKER AT GRADUATION

It is open to all senior

Interested seniors submit a speech (5 minutes or less)

A panel of five teachers read the speeches and rate them. (the names

are removed so that there will be no bias)

After the panel selects the top three, they are presented to administration for approval of the appropriateness of content.

Mr. Casebolt then meets with the finalist and informs him/her that he/she will speak at graduation.

 

 

November 5, 2014

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Per Mr. Casebolt, all Teachers, please mark any DCMST and MBCC students absent on Wednesdays during 4th and 7th hr., NOT school related. All students will have to check in with the attendance office. The Attendance Office will mark the student School Related when they have checked in. If the student fails to check in, they will be marked absent.

Conditioning for the boys’ basketball team will begin TODAY, Wednesday, November 5th at 2:30 p.m. in the weight room. Any player who plans on trying out is highly encouraged to participate. Also, any player who missed the informational meeting and plans on trying out needs to sign up with Mr. Baydoun in the counseling office.

EMPTY BOWL RAFFLE! HELP FILL THE EMPTY BOWLS FOR THOSE IN NEED. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE SCHOOL STORE FOR ONLY $1 EACH! WIN A ROLL-UP PIANO! DRAWING ENDS NOV 24!

BOOK CLUB – “THE BARCODE TATTOO” BY SUZANNE WEYN IS THIS MONTH’S READ.  READ IT AND WE’LL SEE YOU IN E2 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14!

November 3, 2014

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Girls Varsity Volleyball will play at Allen Park tonight against Lincoln Park at 5:30 in the first round of the state tournament.

Conditioning for the boys’ basketball team will begin on Wednesday, November 5th at 2:30 p.m. in the weight room. Any player who plans on trying out is highly encouraged to participate. Also, any player who missed the informational meeting and plans on trying out needs to sign up with Mr. Baydoun in the counseling office.

EMPTY BOWL RAFFLE! HELP FILL THE EMPTY BOWLS FOR THOSE IN NEED. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE SCHOOL STORE FOR ONLY $1 EACH! WIN A ROLL-UP PIANO! DRAWING ENDS NOV 24!

THERE IS NO SCHOOL TOMORROW BECAUSE IT IS ELECTION DAY!!! GO VOTE!!! ALSO, THERE WILL BE NO ASAP CLASSES AFTER SCHOOL ON TUESDAY. 

BOOK CLUB – “THE BARCODE TATTOO” BY SUZANNE WEYN IS THIS MONTH’S READ.  READ IT AND WE’LL SEE YOU IN E2 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14!

Hockey tryouts begin TOMORROW, Tuesday Nov. 4th at 3:30 at the DISC.  Spots on the Varsity DU team are available and all 9th – 12th players are welcome to attend. You must have a physical on file with the school AD to tryout. There are conditioning skates at the DISC this week Tuesday and Thursday 3:45-4:45 to get you in playing shape for tryouts. 

 

October 31, 2014

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

EMPTY BOWL RAFFLE! HELP FILL THE EMPTY BOWLS FOR THOSE IN NEED. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE SCHOOL STORE FOR ONLY $1 EACH! WIN A ROLL-UP PIANO! DRAWING ENDS NOV 24!

THERE IS NO SCHOOL ON TUESDAY, IT’S ELECTION DAY!!! GO VOTE!!! SO, THERE WILL BE NO ASAP CLASSES ON TUESDAY. 

There will be a MSA meeting TODAY, Friday in Room A-2 at 3:25. All are welcome to attend.

Just a reminder that if you are trying out for a winter sport that you must have a SPORTS physical on file prior to trying out.

BOOK CLUB – THE BARCODE TATTOO BY SUZANNE WEYN IS THIS MONTH’S READ.  READ IT AND WELL SEE YOU IN E2 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14!

Hockey tryouts begin next Tuesday Nov. 4th 3:30 at the DISC.  Spots on the Varsity DU team are available.  All grade levels welcome 9-12. You must have a physical on file with your school AD to tryout. There are conditioning skates at the DISC this week. Tuesday and Thursday 3:45-4:45.  Get in playing shape for tryouts.  Coach Dallas

SENIORS!! JOSTENS WILL BE HERE TODAY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, AND 31ST, 2014 DURING BOTH LUNCHES!! THIS IS THE TIME TO ORDER CAP & GOWNS, CLASS RINGS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR GRADUATION!!!

October 30, 2014

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

There will be a MSA meeting this Friday in Room A-2 at 3:25. All are welcome to attend.

If you are blue slipped this morning for 3rd Hour by Mr. Naimi, please make sure you go directly to the Media Center NOT counseling office.   Thank you!

Just a reminder that if you are trying out for a winter sport that you must have a SPORTS physical on file prior to trying out.

All underclass football players or potential football players for the 2015 season, grades 11-9, there will be a mandatory football meeting in the back of the cafeteria after school TODAY, Thursday, October 30 immediately after school.

BOOK CLUB – THE BARCODE TATTOO BY SUZANNE WEYN IS THIS MONTH’S READ.  READ IT AND WELL SEE YOU IN E2 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14!

Hockey tryouts begin next Tuesday Nov. 4th 3:30 at the DISC.  Spots on the Varsity DU team are available.  All grade levels welcome 9-12. You must have a physical on file with your school AD to tryout. There are conditioning skates at the DISC this week. Tuesday and Thursday 3:45-4:45.  Get in playing shape for tryouts.  Coach Dallas

SENIORS!! JOSTENS WILL BE HERE TODAY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, AND 31ST, 2014 DURING BOTH LUNCHES!! THIS IS THE TIME TO ORDER CAP & GOWNS, CLASS RINGS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR GRADUATION!!!

October 29, 2014

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

REMINDER!!! THERE IS HOMEROOM AFTER 5TH HOUR TODAY!!!

Go to Buffalo Wild Wings tonight and support the Edsel Ford Girls Swim Team.  You must have a flyer to donate and they are available in the main office. Thank you for your support!

Just a reminder that if you are trying out for a winter sport that you must have a SPORTS physical on file prior to trying out.

All underclass football players or potential football players for the 2015 season, grades 11-9, there will be a mandatory football meeting in the back of the cafeteria after school on Thursday, October 30immediately after school.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2014 IS THE AUTUMN SONG CONCERT. ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND! THIS EVENT BEGINS AT 7 P.M. HERE IN THE AUDITORIUM!

BOOK CLUB – THE BARCODE TATTOO BY SUZANNE WEYN IS THIS MONTH’S READ.  READ IT AND WELL SEE YOU IN E2 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14!

Hockey tryouts begin next Tuesday Nov. 4th 3:30 at the DISC.  Spots on the Varsity DU team are available.  All grade levels welcome 9-12. You must have a physical on file with your school AD to tryout. There are conditioning skates at the DISC this week. Tuesday and Thursday 3:45-4:45.  Get in playing shape for tryouts.  Coach Dallas

THERE WILL BE A VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATIONAL MEETING FOR ALL BOY’S INTERESTED IN PLAYING BASKETBALL THIS YEAR. THE MEETING WILL TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2014 AT 2:30 IN THE SMALL GYM. PLEASE SEE COACH BAYDOUN IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.

ATTENTION SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, and SENIORS….IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE FOLLOWING COLLEGES VISITS, YOU MUST COME DOWN TO COUNSELING AND SIGN UP: Kettering University, Michigan Ross School of Business,   Henry Ford College (HFCC), Oakland University, Eastern University.     DEADLINE TO SIGN UP TO HAVE THESE COLLEGES VISIT IS:TODAY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29TH

SENIORS!! JOSTENS WILL BE HERE THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, AND 31ST, 2014 DURING BOTH LUNCHES!! THIS IS THE TIME TO ORDER CAP & GOWNS, CLASS RINGS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR GRADUATION!!!

October 28, 2014

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Just a reminder that if you are trying out for a winter sport that you must have a SPORTS physical on file prior to trying out.

All underclass football players or potential football players for the 2015 season, grades 11-9, there will be a mandatory football meeting in the back of the cafeteria after school on Thursday, October 30immediately after school.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2014 IS THE AUTUMN SONG CONCERT. ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND! THIS EVENT BEGINS AT 7 P.M. HERE IN THE AUDITORIUM!

BOOK CLUB – THE BARCODE TATTOO BY SUZANNE WEYN IS THIS MONTH’S READ.  READ IT AND WELL SEE YOU IN E2 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14!

Hockey tryouts begin next Tuesday Nov. 4th 3:30 at the DISC.  Spots on the Varsity DU team are available.  All grade levels welcome 9-12. You must have a physical on file with your school AD to tryout. There are conditioning skates at the DISC this week. Tuesday and Thursday 3:45-4:45.  Get in playing shape for tryouts.  Coach Dallas

THERE WILL BE A VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATIONAL MEETING FOR ALL BOY’S INTERESTED IN PLAYING BASKETBALL THIS YEAR. THE MEETING WILL TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2014 AT 2:30 IN THE SMALL GYM. PLEASE SEE COACH BAYDOUN IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.

ATTENTION SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, and SENIORS….IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE FOLLOWING COLLEGES VISITS, YOU MUST COME DOWN TO COUNSELING AND SIGN UP: Kettering University, Michigan Ross School of Business,   Henry Ford College (HFCC), Oakland University, Eastern University.     DEADLINE TO SIGN UP TO HAVE THESE COLLEGES VISIT IS: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29TH

STUDENTS! PICTURE RETAKE WILL BE TODAY, OCTOBER 28, 2014 BEGINNING AT 7:30. THIS IS FOR STUDENTS THAT HAVE NOT HAD A PICTURE TAKEN OR IF YOU DIDN’T LIKE THE PICTURES YOU PAID FOR AND WANT THEM RETAKEN.

SENIORS!! JOSTENS WILL BE HERE THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, AND 31ST, 2014 DURING BOTH LUNCHES!! THIS IS THE TIME TO ORDER CAP & GOWNS, CLASS RINGS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR GRADUATION!!!