May 20, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Detentions ( this week only) Friday in Room B 12

Congratulations to the Rotary Club of Dearborn scholarship winners! 

Congratulations to the students who have artwork displayed in the District Art Show and to those who won awards!

Edsel Ford High and Village Ford Card Dealership will be hosting a DRIVE 4 UR SCHOOL fundraising event on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 from 4-8 p.m. in the Edsel Ford High School Rotunda Road parking lot.  You must be 18 years or older with a valid driver’s license who takes a free test drive in a 2017 Ford vehicle during our event.  Ford Motor Company will donate $20.00 per household to Edsel Ford class of 2018! There will also be a prize awarded to the top five students with the most eligible people who test drives a vehicle.  Please mark your calendar and invite family, friends and neighbors to join in supporting Edsel Ford Class of 2018.  We look forward to seeing you there!

SENIORS INTERESTED IN BEING THE “AT LARGE” SPEAKER FOR THE CLASS OF 2017;  PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR SPEECH TO MS. HALL IN THE MAIN OFFICE NO LATER THAT MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017! Each speech will be given (anonymously) to a committee of Language Arts teachers for selection.  Each speech should be 2-3 minutes long.  If you have any further questions, please see me in the Main Office!

The track team will be having a fundraiser at Panera Bread on May 18, 2017 from 4:00 pm – to 8:00 pm. Get out there and show your support!!

The Creative Writing Club has been cancelled for today! 

Attention Boy’s Swim & Dive Team:  Stop by the Student Office to pick up your WWAC patch

All girls interested in cheering either sideline or competitive cheer next year should attend a brief meeting TODAY,  Thursday, April 20 at 2:30 in the cafeteria.

DEFF (Dearborn High, Edsel Ford and Fordson) Unity 2017  are offering a joint scholarship for seniors.  This scholarship supports student leaders who strive to ensure a unified, safe, supportive, peaceful, socially just, culturally sensitive school community.  Application deadline is April 21, 2017.  For an application and more information, please see Ms. D.

All freshman are invited to come and join us at the first Class of 2020 meeting TODAY,  Thursday April 20th after school in room B-4.

BOOK CLUB MEETING RESCHEDULED FOR TODAY,  THURSDAY, APRIL 20TH IN ROOM E2 AFTER SCHOOL.  SEE YOU THERE!

Seniors!! Test out forms for 2nd semester are available in the counseling office. Forms must be signed and returned to your counselor no later than May 1st. You can download the form by visiting Mr. Naimi’s iBlog.

ATTENTION SENIORS: Prom is May 14th, and it will be here before you know it.  Prom Tickets are going on sale beginning this week during A and B lunches.  Tickets are $55 for singles and $100 for couples.  Buy your tickets early and dont miss out on a truly unforgettable experience!

Guest Pass Applications for Prom are available in the Student Office. They are due back by May 8th.

Students,
Teen Grantmaking Initiative (TGI) is an ACCESS program that trains teens to give back to their community through philanthropy and community service.Youth are put in charge of deciding which worthy causes and organizations to support, and grant their time, talent, and treasure to these youth and community-focused programs throughout the year. TGI is a wonderful opportunity to engage in meaningful community service, and it’s an amazing experience that builds strong leaders and empowers under served youth to change the world! It’s important to note that TGI is a competitive program and does have an application process. If you are interested in joining this program, please see flyer in the counseling office.

Yearbooks will be on sale during both lunches or before and after school in F9 Mr Pletzke’s room.  Don’t wait to order!

Seniors: Applications for the Booster Club Athletic Scholarship are now available in the counseling office & student office. Pick one up today, the deadline is April 20th.

With the institution of School Wide Positive Behavior Intervention (PBIS) Support, any infraction that occurs requiring an assigned out of school suspension is considered a major offense.  Any student that causes a major infraction resulting in an out of school suspension will not be allowed to participate or attend any school function.  It is our philosophy that school events are designed for students that have not broken the rules and are in good standing academically and behaviorally.  These events include all dances including prom, any celebration of achievement, and the senior barbecue.   If a student is out of school suspended they are not allowed on school grounds or at any before or after school sponsored event while on suspension this does include away sporting events.

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