October 18, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

THIS FRIDAY IS UNDERGRAD HONORS CELEBRATION, ALL STUDENTS INVITED TO THIS CELEBRATION SHOULD CHECK INTO THEIR 1ST HOUR FOR ATTENDANCE AND IMMEDIATELY REPORT TO THE CAFETERIA FOR LINE UP!  I WILL BE POSTING THE LIST OF STUDENTS ON THE MAIN OFFICE WINDOW.  PLEASE CHECK THE LIST TO MAKE SURE YOU ARE ONE OF THE HONOREES!

Arabic Culture Club will meet this Thursday during A and B lunches , in room B-3

Anyone interested in signing up for the newest sport at Edsel Ford, which is bowling, please stop by room C-3 for a brief meeting.

The Islamic club will be holding a bake sale on Monday, October 23 before and after school.

Attention Students: KEY CLUB is meeting after school TODAY, Wednesday, October 18th in Mr. Beydoun’s room, A204. If you want to help make a big difference in your community, please join us!

Chess Club meeting TOMORROW, Thursday in C2.

Debate Team meeting TODAY Wednesday in the Media Center after school. 

The Class of 2019 will be holding  a morning bake sale this Thursday the 19th selling coffee and donuts and then another bake sale this Friday the 20th selling baked goods after school.

The Key Club will be having a Bake Sale after school Friday, October 27.

PICTURE RE-TAKE WILL BE HELD TOMORROW, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2017.  IF YOU DIDN’T LIKE YOUR FIRST PICTURES BRING THEM IN AND YOU CAN HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKEN AGAIN.  IF YOU HAVE NEVER HAD YOUR PICTURE TAKEN, PLEASE SEE MRS. STRONG IN THE ATTENDANCE OFFICE.

We are  happy to share with you that LAHC will once again offer its FREE Youth Leadership & Diversity Education Program. This great program is entering its six year and open to high school and college students throughout Wayne County (11th and 12th Grades). For more information, please pick up a flier in the Main Office.

TODAY, Wednesday, Oct 18th during 2nd hour we will have an assembly in the auditorium on Cyberbullying.  Officer Jeremy and Detective Williams will answer questions and give information about how to prevent and deal with this very huge problem affecting our society today.  Teachers, sign up in the main office if you would like your students to participate.

Sign up at lunch for fun games and activities during A & B lunches next week!  Winners will get free passes to the game and/or spirit gear.  The Link Crew and Flock are working together to put this together.

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.

October 16, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Chess Club meeting on Thursday in C2.

BPA Meeting on Wednesday in Media Center.

Debate Team meeting on Wednesday in the Media Center after school. 

The Class of 2019 will be holding  a morning bake sale this Thursday the 19th selling coffee and donuts and then another bake sale this Friday the 20th selling baked goods after school.

The Key Club will be having a Bake Sale after school on Tuesday, October 17 and Friday, October 27. 

THIS IS PICTURE RE-TAKE OR FOR ANYONE THAT DID NOT GET THEIR PICTURE TAKEN THIS YEAR!!  IF YOU ARE HAVING YOUR PICTURE RETAKEN BRING YOUR ORIGINAL PICTURES WITH YOU!!!  IF YOU HAVEN’T HAD YOUR PICTURES TAKEN, WE HAVE ORDER FORMS IN THE MAIN OFFICE!!!  ↓

We are  happy to share with you that LAHC will once again offer its FREE Youth Leadership & Diversity Education Program. This great program is entering its six year and open to high school and college students throughout Wayne County (11th and 12th Grades). For more information, please pick up a flier in the Main Office.

Wednesday, Oct 18th during 2nd hour we will have an assembly in the auditorium on Cyberbullying.  Officer Jeremy and Detective Williams will answer questions and give information about how to prevent and deal with this very huge problem affecting our society today.  Teachers, sign up in the main office if you would like your students to participate.

Sign up at lunch for fun games and activities during A & B lunches next week!  Winners will get free passes to the game and/or spirit gear.  The Link Crew and Flock are working together to put this together.

All girls interested in competing on the gymnastics team should attend a brief meeting on Monday, October 16 at 2:30 in the cafeteria.

 

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.

October 13, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

 

 

THIS IS PICTURE RE-TAKE OR FOR ANYONE THAT DID NOT GET THEIR PICTURE TAKEN THIS YEAR!!  IF YOU ARE HAVING YOUR PICTURE RETAKEN BRING YOUR ORIGINAL PICTURES WITH YOU!!!  IF YOU HAVEN’T HAD YOUR PICTURES TAKEN, WE HAVE ORDER FORMS IN THE MAIN OFFICE!!!

We are  happy to share with you that LAHC will once again offer its FREE Youth Leadership & Diversity Education Program. This great program is entering its six year and open to high school and college students throughout Wayne County (11th and 12th Grades). For more information, please pick up a flier in the Main Office.

Wednesday, Oct 18th during 2nd hour we will have an assembly in the auditorium on Cyberbullying.  Officer Jeremy and Detective Williams will answer questions and give information about how to prevent and deal with this very huge problem affecting our society today.  Teachers, sign up in the main office if you would like your students to participate.

Sign up at lunch for fun games and activities during A & B lunches next week!  Winners will get free passes to the game and/or spirit gear.  The Link Crew and Flock are working together to put this together.

All girls interested in competing on the gymnastics team should attend a brief meeting on Monday, October 16 at 2:30 in the cafeteria.

Students, the tutoring club is now available to join. You get an hour of community service every Friday for helping your fellow classmates. If interested, see Ms. Haddad for all the details. The tutoring sessions will be held every Friday during B lunch. if you’re struggling with your grades be sure to drop by.

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.

Youth Leadership & Diversity Education Program

We are  happy to share with you that LAHC will once again offer its FREE Youth Leadership & Diversity Education Program. This great program is entering its six year and open to high school and college students throughout Wayne County (11th and 12th Grades).

This proud partnership with the University of Michigan-Dearborn has allowed us to teach students about leadership skills, college preparation, public speaking, resume building, diversity education and much more. Additionally, students have the opportunity to meet with Government & Elected Officials and learn more about the different branches of the United States Government.

We are currently in the process of accepting applications for our upcoming trimester scheduled to begin on Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Students who participate in this program gain up to 35 hours of community service.

Applications must be submitted electronically by visiting http://lahc.org/youth-leadership/. Deadline to apply is November 1st, 2017. Seating is very limited as we only have 25 seats available. Hence, we encourage all interested students not to wait until the deadline to submit their application.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Program Manager, Mr. Ali Berri at 313-846-8480 Ext. 102 or via email at: yldep@lahc.org

October 12, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN    

We are  happy to share with you that LAHC will once again offer its FREE Youth Leadership & Diversity Education Program. This great program is entering its six year and open to high school and college students throughout Wayne County (11th and 12th Grades). For more information, please pick up a flier in the Main Office.

Wednesday, Oct 18th during 2nd hour we will have an assembly in the auditorium on Cyberbullying.  Officer Jeremy and Detective Williams will answer questions and give information about how to prevent and deal with this very huge problem affecting our society today.  Teachers, sign up in the main office if you would like your students to participate.

Sign up at lunch for fun games and activities during A & B lunches next week!  Winners will get free passes to the game and/or spirit gear.  The Link Crew and Flock are working together to put this together.

All girls interested in competing on the gymnastics team should attend a brief meeting on Monday, October 16 at 2:30 in the cafeteria.

Our first German Club Film Afternoon will be TPDAU. Thursday, October 12, after school in Herr Sedore’s room (E-10).  We will be watching the German-Turkish comedy “KEBAB CONNECTION”.  All are welcome!  Bring a snack or drink to share!

The bake sale after school for varsity volleyball TODAY, thurs 10/12.

Students, the tutoring club is now available to join. You get an hour of community service every Friday for helping your fellow classmates. If interested, see Ms. Haddad for all the details. The tutoring sessions will be held every Friday during B lunch. if you’re struggling with your grades be sure to drop by

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. 

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.

October 11, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, Oct 18th during 2nd hour we will have an assembly in the auditorium on Cyberbullying.  Officer Jeremy and Detective Williams will answer questions and give information about how to prevent and deal with this very huge problem affecting our society today.  Teachers, sign up in the main office if you would like your students to participate.

Sign up at lunch for fun games and activities during A & B lunches next week!  Winners will get free passes to the game and/or spirit gear.  The Link Crew and Flock are working together to put this together.

All girls interested in competing on the gymnastics team should attend a brief meeting on Monday, October 16 at 2:30 in the cafeteria.

Our first German Club Film Afternoon will be thisThursday, October 12, after school in Herr Sedore’s room (E-10).  We will be watching the German-Turkish comedy “KEBAB CONNECTION”.  All are welcome!  Bring a snack or drink to share!

The bake sale after school for varsity volleyball thurs 10/10 and 10/12.

Students, the tutoring club is now available to join. You get an hour of community service every Friday for helping your fellow classmates. If interested, see Ms. Haddad for all the details. The tutoring sessions will be held every Friday during B lunch. if you’re struggling with your grades be sure to drop by.

EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 11, 2017 – ALL MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS MUST BE PREPARED TO SHOW THEIR STUDENT  ID AT ALL DEARBORN PUBLIC LIBRARIES

BPA meeting after school TODAY, Wednesday in the Media Center

DEBATE meeting after school TODAY, Wednesday 

All girls interested in trying out for junior varsity and varsity basketball must attend the meeting after school TODAY, Wednesday at 2:20 in the cafeteria.

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. 

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.

Book Club will be meeting on October 27, 2017.

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. 

 

 

Safety Update

October 10, 2017

Dear Parents,

As part of our ongoing effort to keep an open line of communication with our parents, I would like to take a moment to share factual information regarding a story that has been circulating in some parts of our community.

Last night, we were informed about a student who had made inappropriate comments to other students that included threatening behavior directed toward Edsel Ford High School. Working with the Dearborn Police, our staff immediately contacted the student and his family.

After conversations with the student and parents police were able to determine that there was no threat of danger to the students and staff at Edsel Ford. This was a case of someone not thinking about what they were saying or understanding the implications of their words. However, the school and district will follow through with appropriate disciplinary measures.

We do live in a time where any type of threatening comment must be acted upon swiftly and the consequences for making such comments can be severe. Please use this information as an opportunity to talk with your children about careful use of social media and comments made to other students. Also, on a positive note, this information was brought to our attention by another student. An Upstander who got involved and shared with our staff comments that they felt needed further investigation.

By keeping an open line of communication and working together, Edsel Ford will continue to be a great school and a safe place for your child. 

 Go Thunderbirds!

Thank you,

Principal Casebolt