Edsel Ford High School

Daily Bulletin

The Asian/Pacific Islander Student Union will be having their first meeting on Tuesday, January 28th, in room B-11.

Attention ALL Senior Athletes.  Please report to the BIG GYM on Thursday January 30th after school for the Senior Athlete Sports Picture.  This will be very fast event.

2nd Semester ASAP registration has started. Credit recovery classes offered in the After School Academic Program (ASAP) begin on February 4th  from 2:30 to 4:15 on Tuesdays/Thursdays, or Wednesdays/Fridays. Each class runs two days a week and each class costs $150. There will be a $75 discount for early registration. Full amount will be required if enrolled on Tuesday, February 4th or after. Registration forms are available in the counseling office or by visiting Mr. Naimi’s iBlog.

The Edsel Ford Interact Club is looking for a couple more volunteers to help pack the backpacks for: Blessings in a Backpack. The goal of the Blessings in a Backpack program is to keep students from going hungry on the weekends. Currently, there are a few spots available to volunteer this Wednesday, January 29 from 6-7:30 pm.  It’s fun and you are helping families in Dearborn Schools. Everyone is welcome! Hours will count toward NHS. See or email Mrs. Mahar in the Media Center or Ms. Salsberry in the room across from the gym to sign up or for more information.

There will be baseball conditioning on Tuesday 1/28/2020 at 2:30.  Any questions please see Mr. Picano. Conditioning is for all players interested in playing this spring and NOT in a current winter sport.

Attention Book Club!  Our next read is Eragon by Christopher Paloini.  Please meet for treats and discussion Friday, February 7th in room E2.  See you there!

Our next Blood Drive will be this Wednesday January 29th. Plan to donate and help save lives. 

Attention Seniors: If you have not ordered your Cap & Gown for graduation you can place your order online at Jostens.com. For more information check out the Senior Information page on the school blog.

Reminder for ALL Students: 

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 but are not limited to all dances including PROM, field trips, athletic events, 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.