October 6, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Our Friday the 13th costume fundraiser will be next Friday, October 13th. This fundraiser will help cover the cost of baskets that will be raffled off at the Mother Daughter Tea. We are asking for students to pay $1 and teachers $3 if they would like to participate (highly encourage it!), or if you feel so inclined to make a donation if you do not feel comfortable wearing a costume to work. The social work team will be coming around Friday morning during 1st hour to collect the money from each classroom. Teachers will be provided an envelope the day before in your mailbox to put the money in. Please encourage participation as much as possible as this event encourages students to contribute to the success of their graduating class. NO MASKS, CLOWN COSTUMES, WEAPONS (Swords, Knives, Guns, etc..) or anything that disrupts the school day.  If teachers can review these guidelines in your 6th hour class on Thursday to remind them that if anyone does not meet these guidelines they will be asked to take off or forfeit their costume.  

There will be a candlelight Vigil for Las Vegas on Sunday at the Henry Ford Centennial Library from 6PM to 8PM. Meet at the Veterans Memorial which is in front of the library. All are welcome. Kim Ismail planning. Please spread the word.

MOTHER DAUGHTER TEA IS NOVEMBER 8TH!  Tickets are $20 a pair and additional tickets are $10.  A table of 8 can be reserved.  Bring your mother, grandmother, aunt, etc…to celebrate TEA for TWO at the Henry Ford Performing Arts Center.  Tea, Punch and Sweets will be served.  Join the Tea Tin Raffle.  Participate to win a prize for the Craziest Hat, Most Elegant Hat and Best Hijab.  All money that is raised supports the Annual E.E.F.F. Unity Scholarship at each High School.  Students must be accompanied by an adult.

Students at Edsel Ford have the opportunity to participate in an in-school mentoring program sponsored by the Community Partners for Education and the American Association of Yemeni Scientists & Professionals (AAYSP) with partnership of Dearborn Public Schools. In this free program, a volunteer professional from the program will work with you in fun activities that explore various themes of self-confidence, communication, decision- making, career choices, and academic success.The meetings will take place once a month and will take between 15 to 20 minutes during 1st hour in the cafeteria.If you would like to participate, please visit the counseling office to obtain an application. There are limited spaces available.

Book Club will be meeting on October 27, 2017.

The NHS meeting on Tuesday, Oct.10th is only for the students who recently received a letter. It is not for the members from last year.

Undergrad Honors celebration will be held on Friday, October 20, 2017 @ 7:30.  Invitations have been sent out to those students who achieved a 3.5 GPA in one or more semesters for the 2016/2017 school year.  If you did not receive an invitation and you think you should have, please check with your counselor. 

Any students interested in participating in Creative Writing Club should stop by E-1 and add your name and contact information to the sign up list in Mrs. Sullivan’s room.  If there is enough interest, a meeting date will be chosen and announced.

Attention Juniors:  EFHS will be offering the PSAT/NMSQT test on Saturday, October 14th.  Students have the potential to earn scholarship money if they earn the necessary scores on the exam along with getting valuable SAT test practice.  Please see your counselor as soon as possible if you are interested in signing up for the exam, space is limited.  The cost is $17.00 and students must pre-register for the test with their counselor.

Applications are now available for those interested in being on our district’s Superintendent Student Council. This is a great opportunity to be a leader not only at Edsel but also in our district. You will collaborate with leaders from other high schools and work on making positive changes in our community. Application is on the Edsel website. 

 

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