May 17, 2019

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL
DAILY BULLETIN

Attention students, if you are signed for Advanced Placement classes for next year please plan on attending the Advanced Placement student and parent/guardian meeting this Tuesday, May 21st.  The meeting will run from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the EFHS auditorium.  You will have a chance to meet your AP teachers for next year and find out more about the Advanced Placement program.  Please plan on attending.

Congratulations to all the Senior students that wrote “Student at Large” speeches, they were all wonderful! However, there can only be one winner and  The winner of the contest is…Fatimah Altatah! Congratulations Fatimah!!

“The Senior Class of 2019 is hosting its 3rd annual Dinner to honor Graduating Students in the Cafeteria on Wednesday, May 22, at 8:30 pm”

Hello Freshman! Are you ready for finals??? Lunchtime tutoring will be held throughout the week during A and B lunch for freshman in the media center. If you want to be a part of this and need help please go see Mrs. Haddad for a pass. You need a pass if you are going to leave lunch. This will really help for finals coming up and get you caught up on missing assignments. Let’s finish the year off strong!

Seniors: Time is running out to buy tickets for the All Night Party! The cost is $35 and you can purchase them in the Student Office before or after school. The last day to buy tickets is May 23rd. Waivers for the party must be signed by your parent or guardian. Don’t miss out on a memorable night of food & fun

May 10, 2019

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL BULLETIN

FRIDAY, MAY 10, 2019

The League of Women Voters are looking forward to returning to Edsel Ford to register eligible students who are 18 or will be 18 by Nov 5, 2019.   Students eligible need to have either their drivers license number OR the last 4 digits of their social security number for us to get their application processed.

SENIOR HONOR STUDENTS; Invitations were mailed yesterday for Senior Honor Night.  You must have received a 3.0 GPA or higher in 7 semesters to qualify. If you don’t receive one by Thursday and think you should have, please see your counselor (in the counseling office) or Ms. Hall in the Main office.

TO ALL SENIORS! The Dearborn Public Schools are currently hiring anyone with a high school diploma and would like to work in the district.  Additionally, it is a great opportunity for college students to work while attending college. There will be two informational meetings at either 9:30 am or 12:30 pm on Thursday, May 16th for anyone interested.  Please sign up in the counseling office by Wednesday, May 15th. Please see Mr. Baydoun in the counseling office if you have any questions.

Hello Freshman! Are you ready for finals??? Lunchtime tutoring will be held throughout the week during A and B lunch for freshman in the media center. If you want to be a part of this and need help please go see Mrs. Haddad for a pass. You need a pass if you are going to leave lunch. This will really help for finals coming up and get you caught up on missing assignments. Let’s finish the year off strong!

Attention students!   If you would still like to buy a yearbook they are still available.  The cost is $75 and we have a limited supply left. Don’t miss out on a lifetime of memories!

If you are currently a sophomore in the Class of 2021 or a Freshman in the Class of 2022 and are interested in running as class officers, please see Mr. Tyler in room C3 for applications.

If you are currently a Junior in the Class of 2021 and would be interested in running for Student Council, which is not the same as being a Senior Class Officer, please see Mr. Tyler in room C3 for applications.

Don’t miss your chance for a Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious time at Mary Poppins! Get your tickets today during both lunches. Mary Poppins live on stage tonight, May 10th @ 7pm & Saturday the 11th @ 3pm and  7pm. Pre-Sale tickets are $10/ adult, $8/students and seniors.

Seniors: Time is running out to buy tickets for the All Night Party! The cost is $35 and you can purchase them in the Student Office before or after school. The last day to buy tickets is May 23rd. Waivers for the party must be signed by your parent or guardian. Don’t miss out on a memorable night of food & fun!

ATTENTION READERS!  BOOK CLUB’S FINAL READ  WILL BE ONE OF MRS. SULLIVAN’S FAVORITES:  THE BOOK OF LOST THINGS BY JOHN CONNOLLY. MEET IN ROOM E2 MAY 17TH OR CHIT CHAT AND TREATS.  ALL ARE WELCOME. 🙂

ALL STUDENTS AND SENIORS!  IF YOU OWE A BOOK FINE, YOU NEED TO TAKE CARE OF IT! SENIORS, IF YOU DON’T TAKE CARE OF FINES,  YOUR YOUR DIPLOMA WILL BE HELD

 

 

Math Pilot Textbook Preview

Math Pilot Textbook Preview for Algebra 1, Algebra 2 & Geometry

 

To:   Parents, Students of Algebra 1, Algebra 2
Geometry, Teachers and Administrators

 

When:  Tuesday May 28, 2019 from 2:45 pm – 4:30 pm

 

Where:  ASC  18700 Audette  Dearborn 48124

             Book Preview will be held in the Board Room

 

Please come and join the community to look at the two math textbooks that Dearborn Public Schools will be piloting for Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry for the 2019 – 2020 school year.

Lunch Delivery Service Statement

Hello Edsel Ford Students, Parents and Families,

The end of the school year is quickly approaching and so too are all the great events and celebrations.  I wanted to take a moment to share a few thoughts on what might becoming a new trend with students during the school year and possibly may increase during this time of year. 

The Dearborn Public Schools does not allow students to order food from outside establishments and have that food delivered via a variety of new food delivery services such as “Grub-Hub” or “Door Dash”.  Students who use these services during the school day to order meals will not be allowed to complete the transaction and delivery personnel will not be allowed in the school.

Please take a moment to remind your child that this practice is not allowed and they should refrain from using these services to order food during the school day.  We ask that you consider the many logistical and safety concerns this practice would create for our school if even a few students were to take part or even more concern if a few dozen or a few hundred.  In addition, although not as common, we would also like to ask that parents do not order food for their children and have it delivered to the school. 

Our school provides a variety of nutritious meals for our students or they can bring in a lunch from home.  The District is currently in the process of looking at ways to enhance the current menu options offered by bringing in additional support for our current food service department.

Thank you for helping us keep our school a safe and welcoming environment for all.

Regards,

Scott Casebolt
Principal
Edsel Ford High School

 

May 8, 2019

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 2019

Game On! will meet in the media center after school today.

Greenhouse club is selling basil and wild flower seedlings for $1 each. If you are interested see Yonees Alkordi, Nayrooz Murshed or Mr. Sader in room A5.

SENIOR HONOR STUDENTS; Invitations were mailed yesterday for Senior Honor Night.  You must have received a 3.0 GPA or higher in 7 semesters to qualify. If you don’t receive one by Thursday and think you should have, please see your counselor (in the counseling office) or Ms. Hall in the Main office.

TO ALL SENIORS! The Dearborn Public Schools are currently hiring anyone with a high school diploma and would like to work in the district.  Additionally, it is a great opportunity for college students to work while attending college. There will be two informational meetings at either 9:30 am or 12:30 pm on Thursday, May 16th for anyone interested.  Please sign up in the counseling office by Wednesday, May 15th. Please see Mr. Baydoun in the counseling office if you have any questions.

Hello Freshman! Are you ready for finals??? Lunchtime tutoring will be held throughout the week during A and B lunch for freshman in the media center. If you want to be a part of this and need help please go see Mrs. Haddad for a pass. You need a pass if you are going to leave lunch. This will really help for finals coming up and get you caught up on missing assignments. Let’s finish the year off strong!

Attention students!   If you would still like to buy a yearbook they are still available.  The cost is $75 and we have a limited supply left. Don’t miss out on a lifetime of memories!

If you are currently a sophomore in the Class of 2021 or a Freshman in the Class of 2022 and are interested in running as class officers, please see Mr. Tyler in room C3 for applications.

If you are currently a Junior in the Class of 2021 and would be interested in running for Student Council, which is not the same as being a Senior Class Officer, please see Mr. Tyler in room C3 for applications.

Step in Time and skip the line! Bring your tuppence and get your tickets early. Mary Poppins live on stage May 9th, 10th, & 11th @ 7pm. Pre-Sale tickets are $10/ adult, $8/students and seniors.

Seniors: Tickets for the after graduation All Night Party will be on sale during Both Lunches Today May 8th, the cost is $35. The last day to purchase tickets is May 23rd. Waivers for the party must be signed by your parent or guardian. Don’t miss out on a memorable night of food & fun!

 

ATTENTION READERS!  BOOK CLUB’S FINAL READ  WILL BE ONE OF MRS. SULLIVAN’S FAVORITES:  THE BOOK OF LOST THINGS BY JOHN CONNOLLY. MEET IN ROOM E2 MAY 17TH OR CHIT CHAT AND TREATS.  ALL ARE WELCOME. 🙂

ALL STUDENTS AND SENIORS!  IF YOU OWE A BOOK FINE, YOU NEED TO TAKE CARE OF IT! SENIORS, IF YOU DON’T TAKE CARE OF FINES,  YOUR YOUR DIPLOMA WILL BE HELD!

 

Lunch Time Tutoring for Freshman

Hello Freshman!

Are you ready for finals??? Lunchtime tutoring will be held throughout the week during A and B lunch for freshman in the media center. If you want to be a part of this and need help please go see Mrs. Haddad for a pass. You need a pass if you are going to leave lunch. This will really help for finals coming up and get you caught up on missing assignments. Let’s finish the year off strong!

April 29, 2019

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL
DAILY BULLETIN

ATTENTION READERS!  BOOK CLUB’S FINAL READ  WILL BE ONE OF MRS. SULLIVAN’S FAVORITES:  THE BOOK OF LOST THINGS BY JOHN CONNOLLY. MEET IN ROOM E2 MAY 17TH OR CHIT CHAT AND TREATS.  ALL ARE WELCOME. 🙂

 

Seniors: Tickets for the after graduation All Night Party will be on sale during Both Lunches Tuesday April 30th, the cost is $30. Waivers for the party must be signed by your parent or guardian. Waivers can be picked up during lunches at the ticket sale table, student office or printed off the School Blog Senior Information Page. Don’t miss out on a memorable night of food & fun!

Girl Power Meeting:  Wednesday, May 1st at 2:20 in Room 209.  Please show up to help us plan future events.

Class of 2021 class shirts!  Get an order form during A or B lunch from the Main Office or,  Morgan Miesmer, Melina Micallef or Mr. Biggar in B-13. Show your Thunderbird Pride!

ALL STUDENTS AND SENIORS!  IF YOU OWE A BOOK FINE, YOU NEED TO TAKE CARE OF IT! SENIORS, IF YOU DON’T TAKE CARE OF FINES,  YOUR YOUR DIPLOMA WILL BE HELD!

IT’S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN WHERE WE ARE LOOKING FOR A SENIOR “STUDENT AT LARGE” TO WRITE A GRADUATION SPEECH.  The speech should last 3-4 minutes. Theme: “No Opportunity Wasted” N.O.W…These speeches will be given to a panel of teachers who will read and choose the speech that will be given by the selected student at graduation. If you wish to be considered, speeches should be turned in to Ms. Hall no later than April 29, 2019. All speeches must be typed!!