NOTICE: School Safety Zone Enforcement

Download the Signed School Zone Safety letter  to see fines and other traffic violations police will be enforcing.

Ensuring the safety of all students is a paramount objective of both the Dearborn Public Schools and the Dearborn Police Department. An area of common complaints and concern is traffic related issues in school zones during student drop off and pick up. Motorists often create unsafe conditions for students by blocking roadways, speeding, and improper parking. As in previous years, the Dearborn Police Department will be conducting directed traffic enforcement in the school zones.  Please be careful and obey all traffic laws.  This includes double parking, blocking driveways, failure to completely stop at a stop sign, failure to yield to a bus or pedestrians, disobey a school crossing guard, and other traffic infractions.

Please keep in mind:

  • The bus stop is for buses only
  • Walk children to school when possible
  • Drop off/pick up children a short distance away from school when possible.  This alleviates traffic congestion around our schools
  • Once your child is out of the car and safely on the sidewalk vacate the area to make room for other parents to drop off their children.
  • Be mindful of school staff and crossing guards.  They are there for your child’s safety.
  • Be a “Good Neighbor” by being mindful of residents who live near school zones.

Download the Signed School Zone Safety letter  to see fines and other traffic violations police will be enforcing.

Summer Reading Requirements for 2017-2018 School Year

All 9th-11th graders are expected to read two books of your own choosing. There will be an assessment of your reading during the start of the fall session in your Language Arts class.

Happy Reading!

Honors and AP students have additional requirements:

Incoming 9th Grade HONORS students:

Click here to find information from Mr. Pletzke

10th Grade HONORS students for 2017-18

SUMMER REQUIREMENTS :

  • One book of your own choosing
  • Catcher in the Rye by J.D.Salinger

**Assignment to be found on Mrs. Sullivan’s and Mrs. Kraft’s blogs THE LAST WEEK in June. You may also pick it up from your current 9th grade teacher.

** All work is due the first full day of class in September!

11th Grade AP Language and Composition for

2017-18

SUMMER REQUIREMENTS :

  • The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
  • The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain as that will be the first novel assigned in the fall
  • Short Story-“The Pit and the Pendulum” by Edgar Allan Poe

Students should see Mr. Rydzik in room E-11 to check out books and get their handouts.

12th Grade AP Literature for 2017-18

SUMMER REQUIREMENTS :

  • All the King’s Men by Robert Penn Warren
  • Antigone  (Sophocles)
  • Oedipus   (Sophocles)

Please see Mr. Tyler (C-3) with any questions and refer to his blog in June for assignments and due dates.

Dearborn Schools Offers Summer Adventure Club/Camp for Ages 3-12

The Dearborn Public Schools is now enrolling children ages 3 (toilet learned) to 12 for the fun-filled Summer Adventure Club/Camp program that runs June 21-Aug. 18, 2017.
The Summer Adventure Club/Camp offers children an exciting variety of activities such as daily swimming, science activities, music, life skills, arts and crafts, dance, team building, and weekly field trips.
The program will be held at Snow Elementary School, 2000 Street, Dearborn MI 48124.
This year’s theme is “Our Heroes!” with weekly themes being:
June 21 – 23 Who is a Hero?
June 26 – 30 Heroes of the Past
July 3 – 7 Teacher Heroes
July 10 – 14 Law Enforcement Heroes
July 17 – 21 Fire Fighter/EMT Heroes
July 24 – 28 Medical Professional Heroes
July 31-Aug 4 Armed Forces Heroes
August 7-11 Four Legged Heroes
August 14 – 18 Who is YOUR Hero?
This is a great program for busy families because children may attend less than five days per week, instead of the full week required by most summer day camp programs. A minimum attendance of three days per week for at least four weeks is required (12 days).
There is a $35 registration fee for the first child and $15 for each additional child.
Preschool, School Age, and Middle School children:
$185 weekly less than 9 hours* (includes field trip admissions; $6-8 bus/fuel surcharges additional)
$200 weekly more than 9 hours* (includes field trip admissions; $6-8 bus/fuel surcharges additional)
Daily rates will be charged at $40 for 9 hours or less, and $43 for over 9 hours.  Sibling discounts of 10% are given for each additional child.  All paperwork is due 48 hours before first day of attendance.
For more information on this program or any of the paid preschool programs offered by the Dearborn Public Schools please contact the Early Childhood Program Office at (313) 827-8350 or (313) 827-6260.
Press Release #42/2016-17
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 12, 2017
CONTACTS:
Stephanie Stover, Early Childhood Programs Supervisor
Dearborn Public Schools
David Mustonen, Communications Director

June 13, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

Student Council officers meet with Mr. Tyler today after school today.

Class of 2019, Class of 2020 and Student Council election results are on Mr. Tyler’s door.

Link Leaders and Freshmen- The “Lemonade and Learn” study session for Wednesday, June 7th has been moved TODAY,  Tuesday, June13th from 2:15-4pm.  Come join us and help get ready for finals!

Attention underclassmen.  There are less than 30 2017 yearbooks remaining.  Don’t miss out on the memories. They are on sale in F9 or during lunch for $75.  Once they are gone there will be no more chances to buy one.

Anyone who already purchased a yearbook, the Spring inserts have arrived and you can pick these up at lunch this week.  Stop by a table and a yearbook representative will take care of you.

The MSA is holding a Ramadan Food Drive to help make sure that the poor in our community have meals on their tables. As Edsel Ford students we are proud to be part of this community and we are proud to help everyone. We are collecting non perishable non expired items to fill up 50 bags to deliver to 50 families in need. please drop off any canned food items and/or packaged grains to Ms. Ead’s classroom before Friday. 

Attention students who are signed up for Advanced Placement classes for next year…..remember that a completed AP contract must be turned into your counselor in order to be enrolled in AP classes.  Students who do not turn in an AP contract will be dropped from all of their Advanced Placement classes.  If you need a contract please see your counselor.

Attention all  new AP US Students for the 2017-18 school year. You need to stop by Mr. Whalen’s room, B8, and pick up your summer work before school gets out this year. The work is due the first day we are back in September. Thank you. 

AP Government and AP Psychology students for next year.  See Mr. Dallas in B10 before the end of this school year for your summer work.

 

 

June 12, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

LOCKER CLEAN OUT AT 8:10 A.M.

All girls interested in playing golf in the fall, please come TODAY, Monday June June 12th at 2:20 to F9 Mr Pletzke class for a short informational meeting.

There will be a meeting for all boys interested in tennis this fall.  The meeting will be TODAY,  Monday, June 12th at 2:20 in the cafeteria.

Link Leaders and Freshmen- The “Lemonade and Learn” study session for Wednesday, June 7th has been moved TOMORROW,  Tuesday, June13th from 2:15-4pm.  Come join us and help get ready for finals!

Attention underclassmen.  There are less than 30 2017 yearbooks remaining.  Don’t miss out on the memories. They are on sale in F9 or during lunch for $75.  Once they are gone there will be no more chances to buy one.

Anyone who already purchased a yearbook, the Spring inserts have arrived and you can pick these up at lunch this week.  Stop by a table and a yearbook representative will take care of you.

The MSA is holding a Ramadan Food Drive to help make sure that the poor in our community have meals on their tables. As Edsel Ford students we are proud to be part of this community and we are proud to help everyone. We are collecting non perishable non expired items to fill up 50 bags to deliver to 50 families in need. please drop off any canned food items and/or packaged grains to Ms. Ead’s classroom before Friday. 

Attention students who are signed up for Advanced Placement classes for next year…..remember that a completed AP contract must be turned into your counselor in order to be enrolled in AP classes.  Students who do not turn in an AP contract will be dropped from all of their Advanced Placement classes.  If you need a contract please see your counselor.

Attention all  new AP US Students for the 2017-18 school year. You need to stop by Mr. Whalen’s room, B8, and pick up your summer work before school gets out this year. The work is due the first day we are back in September. Thank you. 

AP Government and AP Psychology students for next year.  See Mr. Dallas in B10 before the end of this school year for your summer work.

 

 

June 8, 2017

EDSEL FORD HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN

There will be a meeting for all boys interested in tennis this fall.  The meeting will be Monday, June 12th at 2:20 in the cafeteria.

Link Leaders and Freshmen- The “Lemonade and Learn” study session for Wednesday, June 7th has been moved to Tuesday, June13th from 2:15-4pm.  Come join us and help get ready for finals!

Attention underclassmen.  There are less than 30 2017 yearbooks remaining.  Don’t miss out on the memories. They are on sale in F9 or during lunch for $75.  Once they are gone there will be no more chances to buy one.

Anyone who already purchased a yearbook, the Spring inserts have arrived and you can pick these up at lunch this week.  Stop by a table and a yearbook representative will take care of you.

If you are running for office please check the ballots taped to the window of C-3. If there is a misspelling or a missing name please let me Mr. Tyler know during 5th or 6th hour.

The MSA is holding a Ramadan Food Drive to help make sure that the poor in our community have meals on their tables. As Edsel Ford students we are proud to be part of this community and we are proud to help everyone. We are collecting non perishable non expired items to fill up 50 bags to deliver to 50 families in need. please drop off any canned food items and/or packaged grains to Ms. Ead’s classroom before Friday. 

Attention students who are signed up for Advanced Placement classes for next year…..remember that a completed AP contract must be turned into your counselor in order to be enrolled in AP classes.  Students who do not turn in an AP contract will be dropped from all of their Advanced Placement classes.  If you need a contract please see your counselor.

Attention all  new AP US Students for the 2017-18 school year. You need to stop by Mr. Whalen’s room, B8, and pick up your summer work before school gets out this year. The work is due the first day we are back in September. Thank you.

AP Government and AP Psychology students for next year.  See Mr. Dallas in B10 before the end of this school year for your summer work.

Do you consider yourself a good mentor? Are you interested in helping others? If so, think about joining Tutoring Club! You can pick up an application in the Main Office or Mrs. Ochoa’s room (A4) to join for Fall 2017. All applications are due by TODAY,  June 8th.