Dear Parents and Graduates,
We are excited to provide you with our plans for your child’s graduation ceremony. We are working meticulously to make sure your graduation ceremony is memorable. Please read the following information that you need for your graduation ceremony.
Commencement will be held at Edsel Ford High School on Friday, June 11th at 6pm for all graduates.
- All students participating in commencement must take a rapid test on Tuesday, June 8th and receive a negative result or provide proof of vaccination.
- Edsel Ford will offer rapid testing for the Class of 2021 from 5-8pm on Tuesday, June 8th in the small gym. You must register at the link above prior to testing at Edsel Ford.
- Students are welcome to get a rapid Covid test at another site of your choice on Tuesday. Unfortunately, all graduates that test positive for Covid will not attend the graduation ceremony.
- If a student tests positive for Covid, we require that he or she take a PCR test that shows a negative result.
- All graduates that are planning on participating in commencement must have a cap and gown.
- Graduates will receive 2 tickets each, and will be given their tickets during rehearsal on June 11th, from 9am-11am, with proof of negative rapid test or vaccination.
- Graduates must report to the parking lot at 5pm behind the cafeteria for lining up/organization.
- All attendees (graduates, parents, staff) will practice social distancing and must wear face masks.
- Gates for entry will be open at 5:15pm.
- Ushers will seat attendees in groups of no more than 2, with at least 6 feet between groups of guests.
Note: In the event of inclement weather, the graduation ceremony will be postponed until Wednesday, June 16th. A decision to postpone the ceremony will be made between 4pm and 5pm on Friday, June 11th. More information to follow if the ceremony needs to be postponed.
Dear EFHS Parents and Students,
We are offering a great opportunity for Edsel Ford students:
Join us for face-to-face, hands-on learning, and exploration this summer! You can earn elective credits towards graduation while learning new skills from Edsel Ford Teachers.
*Enrichment courses are FREE for all students!
June 28 to July 30 (5 Weeks)
Monday thru Thursday, Fridays off
8:00am to 10:30am (Morning Session)
11:00am to 1:30pm (Afternoon Session)
Attend Either Session or BOTH!
Breakfast and lunch will be provided daily.
Edsel Ford High School
20601 Rotunda Drive Dearborn, MI 48124
Students can sign up using this Google Form
*Students must be logged into their school email to complete this form.
*Students who sign up will be contacted prior to program start date.
*Please note, if you do not earn credit, there will be a fee of $50.00 per course. Limited transportation will be provided.
If you have questions, please contact Mr. Abdulla at: email@example.com
Good Morning EFHS Students and Family Members,
We had close to 130 staff members that wanted to connect with you. We wanted to let you know that we miss you, are thinking of you and are praying you will stay safe and well.
So we put together a short video.
All Dearborn Schools Parents and Guardians of Middle and High School students are invited to bring their children and join us to hear Brooks Harper answer the question:
Why Should We Hire Your Students?
When: 6-7:30 pm Thursday, March 12, 2020
Where: Edsel Ford High School Auditorium 20601 Rotunda Dr. Dearborn, MI 48124
Transportation will be provided
- Come listen to one of the Premier College and Career Readiness Speakers in America
- Learn why every day is an interview and an opportunity to turn learning into earning
- Inspire students to discover, to develop, to network and to sell their talents, skills and abilities that bring tangible value to the workplace
- Discover the power of gratitude
- Learn how to manage stress and avoid burnout
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (313) 827-7296
Here is the link to select classes for the Curriculum Fair. Please answer all questions and hit submit.
The Google Form will remain open until Monday, March 2 at 12:30 pm.
It is important to choose early because seating will be limited.
On Tuesday, March 3 rd during part of 2nd Hour and all of T-Time, all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students
will have the opportunity to attend our 2nd Annual Curriculum Fair.
12th grade students will report to the Auditorium for a senior presentation.
The purpose of the Curriculum Fair is to give you an opportunity to explore possible classes for next
year. You will meet the teacher, see a short presentation, and get to ask questions.
Today, you will select 3 classes to visit. You will do so via your student email account that you can
access through a Chromebook or your cell phone. On Tuesday, March 2 nd you will be given a note-taker
that will have your 3 sessions listed. This will be your ticket into the 3 sessions.
All boys interested in baseball this spring should attend the after school meeting on 2/26/2020 to meet the coach. The meeting will be at 2:30 in the cafeteria.
Mark your calendar! The next PTSA meeting is Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria.
Enter the Edsel Ford bookmark contest! Create a bookmark that highlights reading and books. Entry forms are in the Media Center and are due February 28th. The winning bookmarks will be given out at local libraries in March and winning students will get a gift certificate for Green Brain Comics.
Neon Night will be Friday, March 6. Pick up the brand new Neon Night 2020 shirts during both lunches or come to Mr. Biggar’s class in B-13. Shirts are $10. There is a limited supply and they are going fast so hurry!
Students: Guest pass applications for the Neon Night Dance are available on the school blog. The last day to turn them in is March 2nd – No Exceptions.
Attention Book Club! Our next read is a continuation of Eragon by Christopher Paloini . Please meet for treats and discussion Friday, March 6th in room E2. See you there!
There will be a meeting in the cafeteria immediately after school on Tuesday February 25 for all male and female track athletes. This is a reminder if you plan on running track, you must have an MHSAA physical on file for MR. Picano. If you participated in another sport in the fall and winter, your past physicals will be valid. Thank you, Coach Tyler.
The Dearborn Public Schools with the help of Gleaners organize monthly mobile food pantries at a number of our schools. These pantries give our staff and students a way to give back to the rest of the community, while helping the battle against hunger. The Edsel Ford Interact Club is looking for volunteers to pack food baskets at Snow Elementary School on five different dates. The students will unload, then box the food and then deliver the boxes to people’s cars. All dates are Tuesday’s from 12:20 – 2:30 and volunteers will be marked school related. Students who don’t have a 5th and 6th hour, think about this unique 2 hour opportunity to help our community! Everyone is welcome to volunteer. 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. Also, check the bulletin boards in the media center hallway for more volunteer opportunities.
Students: Tuesday, February 25th is the last day to enroll in night school. Please see your counselor or Mr. Naimi if you need help with enrollment.
SAT Prep: If you are interested in taking a free practice SAT test using Khan, we will be offering one on Saturday, February 29th. You need to report to the media center at 8:30am. You should be done by 12 noon.
OR: If you are interested in a SAT Skills Camp where you will learn tips and techniques to prepare for standardized tests, it will also be offered on February 29th. Report to the media center by 8:30am.
*There will be no bus transportation available on the 29th*
*SIGN UP IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE BY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH*
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 behaviourally. 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.