NOVEMBER 6, 2019

Join other Dearborn students for a Battle Against Hunger ice skating fundraiser at the DISC on Sunday, November 17th.  Edsel Ford has 20 spots available for $10 each, which includes your skate rental. See Mrs. Gass to sign up or pre-purchase your ticket. 

Girls basketball conditioning will be held Wednesday and Thursday at 2:30 in the small gym

There will be a competitive cheer meeting on Wednesday Nov 6th at 3:30 in the cafeteria

Attn Students: If you have signed up for the Red Cross Blood Drive to donate, please remember to eat the day before and the morning of the bloodrive to hydrate yourselves.

Attention seniors:  If any senior is looking for a job for the upcoming Spring Semester and would like to receive Co-Op hours, please stop by the counseling office or see Mr. Shaw asap.  It is for a local tax agency in Dearborn.  

Football athletes. The locks have been removed from your lockers. Please remove anything you want or it will be thrown out so the locker room can be cleaned for the winter sports season.

Support Edsel Ford class of 2022 by purchasing a t-shirt. It is student designed, and all the proceeds go towards class functions. You can get an order form from room E-8 if you do not already have one. All order forms and payments are due by Monday, November 11th, so get yours ordered today! 

*In every community, the youth’s voice has been limited and no change can be made. The Dearborn Youth Affairs Commission is an opportunity to make yourself heard. The DYAC was created by Mayor Jack O’Reilly and the vision for this group was to seek change in the community and ensure that people’s voices are heard and changes were made for the better. Only select leaders from the community are chosen to be part of the DYAC. From attending Town Hall meetings to hosting the city-wide event: Dearborn’s Got Talent for all talent to be shown, we look to honor our ways, by making it all about the people. Our city is in a crisis where our youth has decreased in involvement on political action and community engagement. Most of our commitment has now been from the older generations. However, now it is time for that demographic to change. The younger generation has been given a chance to answer the call to act and make a difference. So, are you up to making a difference in your community? Apply by November 15th at 11:59pm.                          ( https://forms.gle/8FzWG9fVMVkcRoJy6 ) {run thru 11/15}

Part of our school wide PBIS behavior philosophy is that school events are designed for students that are in good standing both academically and behaviorally. These events include all dances, field trips, celebration of achievements, etc. Any student that has been Out of School Suspended is not allowed to attend these events. Additionally, if a student is OSS they are not allowed on school grounds or at any before or after school sponsored events while on suspension; this includes away sporting events.

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