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Last Day of School is Thursday June 12.  Whereś your teachers you ask?  Right here!  Try to SEEK & FIND ALL your teachers on this picture…

2020 Miller Seek & Find June 2020

Congratulations and GREAT JOB to the Miller Mustangs

May – 2020
Students of the Month
Team Miller is very proud of YOU!

Miller May Student of the Month (1).pdf

Miller UPDATES Week of June 1

Parent information Zoom Meeting regarding the adoption of Benchmark reading/writing and secondary math programs.
GLEANERS food Distribution, Tuesday, June 2, 2020, at 11 a.m., the menu includes Halal Chicken / White Rice / Peanut Butter/range Juice / Walnuts/ Raisins / Spaghetti Sauce / Fruit Mix / Canned Apple Sauce
Parents / Students window for iReady Diagnostic will begin Monday, June 8th, 2020, and the importance all students do their own work and give the best effort allowing for appropriate placement during summer learning. 


IMPORTANT – Student Materials Distribution and Collection – No Students Please

WHO:ALL Miller k-5 StudentsWHEN:Thursday June 04, 2020kindergarten / 1st / 2nd Grade Students12 – 1 p.m.Grades 3rd / 4th / 5th Grade Students: 1 – 2 p.m.WHAT:Distribution and Collection of Student Materials and Summer Math Learning Packets. Teachers will be lined up by alphabetical order and a sign with teacher name will be clearly marked.  WHERE:Kindergarten and 3rd Grade StudentsMiller Elementary Parking Lot Sidewalk in front of Cotter1st and 4th Grade StudentsMiller Elementary Parking Lot Sidewalk in front of Miller2nd and 5th Grade StudentsMiller Elementary Bus Drop OffWHY:Parents are required to pick up belongings and drop off classroom and library books. Chromebooks WILL NOT be collected; students will keep Chromebook over the summer for summer learning.  HOW:1.      Parents place LLI/ science/classroom/library books in the trunk of their vehicle.2.      Parents drive up to designated area and pop open the trunk of the vehicle, if walking please observe social distancing measures.3.      Teacher will place students’ belongings in the trunk and remove LLI / classroom and library books. NOTE:Do not bring studentsEnsure all books are placed in the trunkDo not exit the carIf we all work together, drive slow and follow directions things will run smoothly, thanks in advance for the teamwork.

Miller Elementary Week of May 18-2020

Dearest Miller Families,

Team Miller sending their love and well wishes to all with hopes you are well, safe and taking care of one another. With Ramadan entering its final week, we send blessings to all celebrating Eid this coming weekend.

Critically important students remain engaged in virtual learning and completing classroom lessons DAILY.  We are relying on our parents to be the bridge between school and home by continuing to monitor and assist students with completion of learning tasks.  At minimum students should be checking and completing assignments posted on Teacher’s Google Classroom, reading every day twenty minutes via i-Ready.   Students choosing not to engage in virtual learning will be REQUIRED to attend Summer School and are at risk of repeating the grade!

Administrators will be coordinating with the PTA and Miller Staff to schedule virtual grade level parent meetings aimed at discussing end of the year questions and listen to parent concerns and recommendations, your active engagement and feedback would be appreciated, meeting schedule and guidelines forthcoming.  Distribution and collection of student materials will take place the first week of June, summer learning materials, supplies and students’ personal belongings will be distributed while classroom and library books collected.

All Miller families should have received a PEBT Food Card, attached is an informational question and answer sheet to assist and guide parents with use of this valuable resource. Kindergarten Round Up Power Point is currently being translated and will be posted on the school website later this week. Links to District and Miller websites attached, continue providing the most up to date information, please make a point to check regularly. Gleaners Food Bank distribution is scheduled for June 2, 2020, please plan accordingly.

Miller Elementary Gleaners Schedule 2020 11 A.M.

Tuesday – June 2, 2020

Tuesday – June 30, 2020

Tuesday – July 28, 2020

Tuesday – August 25, 2020

Tuesday – September 22, 2020

All school personnel will be unavailable Friday 5-22 thru 5-25 in observance of Memorial Day Weekend, Eid Mubarak to all celebrating and God Bless the Miller Community, today and every day!


Team Miller

Dearborn Public Schools Website

Dearborn Public Schools COVID-19 Continuity of Learning Plan

Dearborn Public Schools Translation Blog

Dearborn Student Registration / Enrollment

Miller Elementary School Website


I hope this email finds you well and enjoying the quality family time with loved ones. Adjusting to the Governors Stay at Home Executive Order ensures we all remain safe and do our part to decrease the spread of COVID-19.  Understandably this new normal comes with increased uncertainty, please take care of yourselves and loved ones and continue following guidelines communicated by the State of Michigan’s Department of Health and Human Service . Continue speaking to and practicing recommended safety precautions to mitigate the spread of COVID – 19: social distancing, proper hygiene habits and healthy eating is a great start and will be the new normal moving forward.

Miller Staff continue using new tools and/or mastering the current technology to support on-line learning and maintain students’ academic, social and emotional growth. Thankfully Dearborn Public Schools and Miller Elementary Staff are state leaders when it comes to on-line learning and technology integration.

Miller Staff remain committed to supporting student virtual learning and continue:

1)   Posting weekly academic enrichment lessons, online physical activities and special resources to assist students with instruction and enrichment activities. Please access and sign up for teacher Blog posts at:

2)   3rd Card Marking Ended Friday March 27, 20202. Grades will be available on Parent Connect by the end of the week, Friday April 3rd, 2020. Report Cards are NOT being mailed home.

3)   Please forward any questions to staff or administration and we will gladly respond.

4)   Gleaners Food Bank is Tuesday March 31, 2020 at 11 a.m. and will be conducted via curbside pickup. IMPORTANT – DO NOT exit your vehicle,

  1. Follow the cones and pull up in the Bus Drop.
  2. A Staff member will take down your information, while other staff members load your trunk. Make certain you have cleaned out your trunk prior to coming to the school.
  3. Pop the trunk, additional staff member will place contents in the trunk and close the trunk.
  4. If you are walking, there will be a table set up on the sidewalk, please maintain the six feet social distancing guidelines, cones will be set up six feet apart to help maintain a safe distance.  One person at a time will be processed at the table, please do not approach the table until notified by a staff member to approach.  Ensuring everyone’s safety is the top priority and requires we work together, if safety guidelines are not followed violators will immediately be asked to leave.

Stay, Safe, Healthy and Take care of your families.  During these unprecedented times, I encourage you to do what is necessary to protect your loved ones. It is disappointing but very necessary given these times as we need to do our part to flatten the curve and support our medical service workers who are going above and beyond to help those who are sick or in need of medical assistance. We can all do our part!

What We know and don’t know:  Unfortunately, this situation is very fluid and we do not have answers to all questions that may be out there.  The Governor stated Friday morning she does not think that we will return to school this year. Team Miller and the Dearborn Public Schools will continue to plan for that possibility along with the possibility of returning. Regardless of the outcome I’m comforted we will continue supporting students, one another and the Miller Community during these unprecedented times. Stay SAFE STAY HOME!

Miller Virtual Spirit Week


Chromebook Pick UP Tues March 17

Miller’s Social Emotional Google Classroom

Please Join Miller’s Social Emotional Google Classroom by clicking on clever, go to google classroom, click the + sing in the upper right corner & entering the code: xtogv53.


4-5 Robotics Group Members Join CS First with Google Coding Activities by clicking this link & entering this code: xv7wbv

1-3 JUNIOR Robotics Group Members can join CD first with Google Coding Activities by clicking this link & entering this code: 85f4nf

Good Evening Miller Parent(s),

I hope you are well and enjoying the true madness of March. With the latest COVID-19 pandemic now infiltrating Michigan it is best we don’t pay attention to the many misnomers floating around social media, but instead educate ourselves regarding the science behind the virus. Please access the Wayne County Health Department at the following URL for the most up to date information:

We need to maintain vigilance and promote regular and effective hygiene habits with our students and throughout the community. Modeling and educating our students and parents whenever and wherever possible will help prevent the spread of ALL communicable diseases.  Our community must must join together and maintain a sense of urgency, heightened awareness, calmness and rational thinking. When children and adults within the home become sick please seek medical attention from a health are provider and do not send sick students to school.  Wash hands regularly with soap and water throughout the day, before and after meals.  The COVID-19 is not an ordinary scenario and should not be treated as such. There will be measures taken we may not necessarily agree with, but must do what is necessary to preserve a safe, healthy and prospering school environment. Every precaution will be taken at the school level to ensure daily disinfection of all learning spaces is maintained at the highest possible standard.  As with every situation we will look to the experts for guidance and next steps.  I will provide daily updates and policies the Dearborn Public Schools adopts as they become available and want to thank everyone in advance for the continued teamwork and proactive approach to tackling this challenge together. We are hear to answer any questions or concerns you may have, please don’t hesitate to contact me directly at 313 827-6854. 


If anyone is interested in running in or having their child run in the Martian Marathon on April 18th at Ford Field Park here is the important information you will need.
To Register:
Team Name-Miller Mustangs-Blue Wave 12:00 Start
Team Password– mustangs
School Code– EXTEND

PTA Pizza Sale Every Monday $1 a slice or $8 a whole pizza

It’s an opportune time to remind students of taking appropriate safety measures while playing outdoors. Speak to students about Stranger Danger / How and Where to cross the street and making certain they always communicate where and with whom they are traveling. Thank you, Miller Parents, PTA and LAHC for an amazing PTA meeting last Friday February 28th.  Congratulations to Mrs. Sawsan Beydoun, Mr. T.J. Duering and Mrs. Zahra Kazan for being receiving the PTA Outstanding Educator Award during PTA Founders Day Dinner.  Excellent job Team Miller for being ranked the 28th best elementary school in the State of Michigan by Bridge Magazine.  A testament to the wonderful Miller Staff, Students, and Parents!

 Miller Staff and Students kicked off March is Reading Month on Monday with Dearborn SHINES Family Night, students had a great time participating in yoga, engaging in Go Noodle + activities and learning all about health and nutrition. On Tuesday Miller Honors Choir performed admirably signing the National Anthem to kick off the Edsel Ford High School Boys’ Basketball Game, great job vocalist. Wednesday / Thursday / Friday Miller Students celebrated receiving awards for achieving NWEA Academic Excellence in Mathematics / Reading / Language / Student of the Month / Bucketfiller and being indicted into the National Elementary Junior Honor Society.  Miller 3rd and 5th graders hosted Board of Education Trustee Mr. Jim Thorpe as a guest reader, he was wonderful!

 March Week of March 9th – 13th Important Announcements

 Saturday March 7th: Spring forward…set your clocks 1 hour forward Saturday evening

 Monday thru Wednesday – March 9th – 11th: 5th Grade Camp Trip to YMCA Storer Camp

 Tuesday – March 10th: Election Day IMPORTANT …VOTE…VOTE…VOTE! All Dearborn Schools are OPEN during voting.  PTA Bake Sale, please support our PTA Bake Sale by sending baked goods into the Main Office on Monday and Tuesday, thanks in advance!

 Friday – March 13th: Half Day all students dismissed at 11:45 a.m.

March 2-6 2020
Congratulations to Mrs. Beydoun / Mr. Duering and Mrs. Kazan for being recognized for their outstanding service at PTA Founders Day Dinner. Congratulations to Miller Elementary for being ranked 28th highest performing elementary in Michigan by Bridge Magazine, another testament to the remarkable Miller Staff, parents, students and all around team effort! 
General Announcements: 
1) March is Reading Month begins…calendar attached.
2) Come enjoy a great evening of fun at Family Night sponsored by Dearborn SHINES Monday March 2nd, 2020 beginning at  4 – 5:30 P.M. Miller Cafeteria.
3) Weather warming up nicely, rain is expected throughout the week.
Have a beautiful week and thank you for the continued support and teamwork!

Picture day is Tuesday, March 31st.

To order online use Lifetouch ID: 117168

Monday February 24, 2020

Hope you enjoyed a wonderful week off!
A couple important announcements:
Monday – School in session for all students. PTA Pizza sale Monday after school in the Cafeteria, $1 per slice or $8 whole pizza.
Wednesday – All 3rd – 5th Grade students will be attending a field trip to Orchestra Hall, a great experience where students will attend a live performance by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
Wednesday – PTA Bake Sale, after school, please send baked good donations to the Office. Thanks in advance for the continued support of our wonderful PTA..
Friday – PTA Meeting / Open House, 9 a.m. Miller Cafeteria, raffle prizes and pizza party with the classroom having the most representation.  LAHC presents Healthy Living / Cooking alternatives. All activities will be hands on, we look forward to seeing all!
Have a super week!

Monday February 20, 2020

Hope your weekend was restful and relaxing. Thank you Miller pTA for a wonderful Movie Night, many smiles and a great evening of fun.
Important Reminders:
1) PTA Pizza Monday, after school in the Cafeteria $1 a slice and $8 a pizza.
2) Family Game Night this Thursday, Free $15 game for the first 60 families.  Game Night begins promptly at 4:45 p.m.  looking forward to a wonderful family event.
3) Midwinter Break – February 17th – 21st, school reopens February 24th.
Have a super week and a restful mid winter break.
Team Miller

Friday February 7, 2020 Friendly Reminders:

1) No KINDERGARTEN Friday February 7th, 2020 for Kindergarten students only, 1st – 5th grade normal schedule.
2) Come enjoy a great family event sponsored by the Miller PTA, Miller Movie Night takes place tomorrow Friday, February 7, 2020  after school beginning at 4 p.m. Students must be accompanied by a parent or sibling 18 years of age or older.  
Movie of choice – “Toy Story 4”, $2 admission includes 1 slice of pizza and juice.
3) Thank you for doing an amazing job following traffic rules and guidelines during pickup and drop off. Miller Elementary is a safer place when we work together, our teamwork ensures the safety of our children and all members of the Miller Community.  Everyone’s HELP is needed with improving traffic safety throughout Miller neighborhoods. There have been far too many instances of persons disobeying traffic signals during bus drop-off and pickup.  Please speak with and emphasize with any person driving in the household to STOP and never attempt to go around buses with flashing lights. Dearborn Police Traffic Safety will increase neighborhood patrols and ticket any persons disobeying traffic laws.  We have experienced many instances of drivers disobeying traffic laws around buses and placing our children in grave danger.
As always our professional learning community appreciates the continued teamwork.
Have a great Friday and weekend, hope to see you all at Movie Night 4 p.m.

February 3, 2020

Friendly Reminders
2-4 Gleaners Food Bank Tuesday 11 a.m.
Wednesday 2-5 Late Start, school begins at 9:35 a.m.
Newsletter attached in addition to important informational announcements, have a great evening.

February 2020 Newsletter.pptx
Influenza Fact Sheet (arabic) (1).pdf
Influenza Parent Letter (Arabic and English) (1).pdf
Read By 3rd Grade FINAL (1).pdf
Read By Third Task Force Recommendations 6.24.19 .pdf

January 27, 2020

A couple quick announcements as we end the first month of 2020:
1) Report Cards sent home, please take time to review and discuss, sign envelope and have student return to teacher.
2) Monday PTA Pizza sale, $1 a slice and $8 a whole pizza.
3) After School Tutoring…Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday, if your child is enrolled please ensure regular attendance and timely pickup.
4) A stranger danger incident was reported in Dearborn last Friday, this was not at Miller. Please take time and speak to your child about stranger danger. Attached is a website and some highlights to help with the conversation:
    Talking Points
  • Never engage, speak or approach someone you don’t know.

  • Never open the door for any reason unless a parent is present and is able to verify the individual’s identity.

  • Never approach or get into a car with a stranger.

  • Always walk in groups with other students and use well lit walking paths at night.

  • Always report suspicious characters to parents, teachers and the police.

  • If approached by a stranger, immediately tell an adult.

 Other safety tips may be found at :

January 13, 2020
General Reminders:
1) NWEA and i Ready testing will take place during the next two weeks.
NWEA – K-5 students will be tested in Mathematics and Reading, additionally 3rd – 5th  grade students will be tested in language.  We ask all parents talk to their child and ask they take their time, read the questions carefully, give their best effort and believe in themselves.
iReady Diagnostic: All k-5 students will be taking the iReady diagnostic
2) PTA Pizza Sale tomorrow after school in the Cafeteria, $1 per slice and $8 per pizza.
3) Half Day Friday January 17th, school dismissed 11:45 a.m.
2020 -2021 School Year Calendars attached for your convenience.

2020-21 Calendar Arabic Text v 01-10.pdf
2020-21 Calendar English Text v 01-10.pdf
2020-21 Color Calandar – v1-6-20.pdf

Good Afternoon Miller Community,
Hope all are well, looking forward to a wonderful week ahead.
Weather will be dropping into the 20’s on Tuesday and Wednesday, ensure students are dressed properly
1) Scholastic Book Fair begins Monday 12-09-19 and ends on Friday 12-13-2019.
2) PTA Pizza Monday after school in the Cafeteria – $1 a slice and $8 whole pizza.
3) Vision screening for grades K, 1st, 3rd, and 5th grades, all students in K/1st/3rd/5th grade will be screened.
4) Mobile Dentist will be providing mobile dental care to Miller students who filled out permission slips, services begin this Friday December 13th  and continues into next week.
5) Miller PTA has reserved the entire Lincoln Park Skating Arena on Thursday December 12th, 2019 from 6 – 8 p.m. for Miller Families.  It is a wonderful and enjoyable event for all and we hope you and family are able to join us. A bus has been reserved and will transport the first 60 parents and students who return their permission slips.  The cost of the event is $7 per person when permission slips with payment are returned to the school or $8 at the door, price includes roller skates.
6) A very important PTA Parent Reading Meeting will be held this Friday December 13th in the Miller Cafeteria beginning at 9 a.m. The agenda is exclusive to providing parents with reading strategies and resources to help improve their child’s home reading habits. The meeting will be followed by an Open House, where parents can enter the classroom and observe the great teaching and learning taking place.  If there is one meeting parent need to attend it is this one… hope to see you there.
7) Attached is Registration for Adult ESL Classes Winter Term

Winter 2020 ESL Classes @ Miller Elementary.docx

This week students will bring home a Miller Gear Order Form, a great way to show school spirit and build community pride.  All orders are to be returned to the teacher or  Office.  Order form include child and adult sizes, thanks for considering and have a great day!

Miller Order Form 2019-2020.pdf

Q Parent Connect has arrived… for easy installation please follow the instructions below.
  • NEW FEATURE – Q PARENT CONNECTION MOBILE APP:   Mobile App and Desktop version that allows parents to report absences for their students.

This is a mobile application that provides parents with direct access to student data via the phones. Using a confidential PIN (Personal Identification Number) and password, parents can connect to the school district’s student database.  Follow the following steps:


    • Go to the App Store

    • Search for “Q ParentConnection”

    • Select “GET” to start downloading the app


    • Go to the Play Store

    • Search for “Q ParentConnection”

    • Select “INSTALL” to start downloading the app

  • If you do not remember your Parent Connect pin Office Staff are ready to assist. Have a great evening!
  • Monday, November 25 – Miller PTA Pizza Sale after school in the Cafeteria, $1 per slice and $8 per pizza.
  • Monday, November 25 – Empty Bowls – 23400 Park St. Dearborn 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, November 27 – No School – Conference Release Day.
  • Thursday, November 28 – No School – Happy Thanksgiving!
  • Friday, November 29 – No School – Happy Shopping!

School resumes Monday December 2, 2019


“A Simple meal of soup and bread to fight hunger”

Monday, November 25, 2019 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Park Place Banquet Hall 23400 Park Street Dearborn, Mi

Attention Miller parents who also have students at Stout Middle School: Stout will be holding its first Parent Education Meeting on Thursday, October 24th, 2019 from 9:30 a.m to 10:30 a.m. Stout is providing transportation to and from the meeting via district bus. A bus will be available for parents in front of Miller Elementary at approximately 9:10 a.m to take you to Stout. It will take you back at 10:30 a.m. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday at 9:30 a.m!




Please join us this Thursday, March 28, 2019 in the school cafeteria from 4:30 – 5:30.We are asking for a $1.00 donation per person for theChildren of Yemen Fundraiser.  We hope to see you all there!

يرجى الانضمام إلينا هذا الخميس 28 مارس 2019 في كافيتيريا المدرسة من الساعة 4:30 حتى 5:30. نحن نطلب تبرع 1.00 دولار للشخص الواحد لجمعية أطفال اليمن. نأمل أن نراكم جميعا!


March 25- March 29





Greetings Kindergarten/1st Grade Miller Families,

Miller is excited to welcome you and your family to our Spring Music Concert. This is an event where students are able to share what they’ve been learning with you. This year there will be two concerts for Kindergarten and 1st grade, both happening on the afternoon of Friday, April 12th. You can find the time for your students class below:

  • 1:30pm Concert: Kindergarten Baskin and Drabczyk. 1st Grade Hauck and Musleh
  • 2:30pm Concert: Kindergarten Jordan, Mills, and Mroue. 1st Grade Donelson, Makim, and Wall

Students have been asked to wear their Miller shirts (light or dark blue) and black bottoms. This can mean black jeans, dress pants, long skirts, or knee-length skirts with black tights or leggings. This is an effort to look uniform because there will be a video made, which will be available on a district Youtube channel, shared through music blogs afterwards.

If you have any questions, please contact Miss Doan at or Mr. Keramaris at We sincerely hope you can attend.

Musically yours,

Miss Doan and Mr. Keramaris

يسر ابتدائية ميلر بأن ترحب بكم وبأبنائكم في حفل الربيع الموسيقي لهذا العام. تمنح هذه الاحتفالية الطلاب الفرصة لمشاركة ما تعلموه خلال العام معكم. سنقوم هذا العام بتقديم حفلتين لصفي الأول و الروضة  كلاهما في بعد ظهر يوم الجمعة 12 نيسان 2019. في ما يلي أوقات صفوف أبنائكم:

  • حفلة الساعة 1:30 ظ: صفوف الروضة باسكن ودرابزيك.صفوف الاول هاك و مصلح.
  • حفلة الساعة 2:30 ظ: صفوف الروضة جوردن و مايلز و مروة . صفوف الاول دانلسون و ماكي و وال.

نطلب من الطلاب ارتداء قمصان ميلر (أزرق فاتح أو أزرق داكن) و الجينز الأسود أو سروال رسمي أو التنورات الطويلة أو التنانير بطول الركبة مع الجوارب السوداء نحاول من خلال توحيد الزي  الحصول على مظهر رسمي لأنه سوف يتم تسجيل الحفل و نشره على قناة اليوتيوب الخاصة بالقطاع التعليمي و من خلال مدونات الموسيقى بعد ذلك.

إذا كانت لديك أية أسئلة ، يرجى الاتصال بـ الأنسة دون على البريد الألكتروني التالي:  أو السيد كيراماريس على البريد الإلكتروني . نتمنى حضوركم.

شكراً جزيلاً

الأنسة دون و السيد كيراماريس


Greetings 2nd/3rd Grade Miller Families,

Miller is excited to welcome you and your family to our Spring Music Concert. This is an event where students are able to share what they’ve been learning with you. This year there will be two concerts for 2nd and 3rd grade, both happening on the afternoon of Thursday, April 11th. You can find the time for your students class below:

  • 1:30pm Concert: 2nd Grade Bridgeman and Lashchuk. 3rd Grade Burgess, Kazan, and Whalen
  • 2:30pm Concert: 2nd Grade Hammoud, Harrison, and Mikho. 3rd Grade Elkadri, Oldani, and Taleb

Students have been asked to wear their Miller shirts (light or dark blue) and black bottoms. This can mean black jeans, dress pants, long skirts, or knee-length skirts with black tights or leggings. This is an effort to look uniform because there will be a video made, which will be available on a district Youtube channel, shared through music blogs afterwards.

If you have any questions, please contact Miss Doan at or Mr. Keramaris at We sincerely hope you can attend.

Musically yours,

Miss Doan and Mr. Keramaris

يسر ابتدائية ميلر بأن ترحب بكم وبأبنائكم في حفل الربيع الموسيقي لهذا العام. تمنح هذه الاحتفالية الطلاب الفرصة لمشاركة ما تعلموه خلال العام معكم. سنقوم هذا العام بتقديم حفلتين للصف الثاني و الثالث  كلاهما في بعد ظهر يوم الخميس 11 نيسان 2019. في ما يلي أوقات صفوف أبنائكم:

-حفلة الساعة 1:30 ظ: صفوف الثاني بريدجمان و لاشوك. صفوف الثالث بورغيس وكازان و ويلين.

-حفلة الساعة 2:30 ظ: صفوف الثاني حمود و هاريسون و ميكو. صفوف الثالث  القادري ، اولداني ، وطالب.

نطلب من الطلاب ارتداء قمصان ميلر (أزرق فاتح أو أزرق داكن) و الجينز الأسود أو سروال رسمي أو التنورات الطويلة أو التنانير بطول الركبة مع الجوارب السوداء نحاول من خلال توحيد الزي  الحصول على مظهر رسمي لأنه سوف يتم تسجيل الحفل و نشره على قناة اليوتيوب الخاصة بالقطاع التعليمي و من خلال مدونات الموسيقى بعد ذلك.

إذا كانت لديك أية أسئلة ، يرجى الاتصال بـ الأنسة دون على البريد الألكتروني التالي    أو السيد كيراماريس على البريد الإلكتروني  . نتمنى حضوركم.

شكراً جزيلاً

الأنسة دون و السيد كيراماريس


Greetings 4th/5th Grade Miller Families,

Miller is excited to welcome you and your family to our Spring Music Concert. This is an event where students are able to share what they’ve been learning with you. This year there will be two concerts for 4th and 5th grade, both happening on the afternoon of Wednesday, April 10th. You can find the time for your students class below:

  • 1:30pm Concert: 4th Grade Beydoun and Traicoff. 5th Grade Duering and Moukalled
  • 2:30pm Concert: 4th Grade Alsabahi and Prebenda. 5th Grade Hammoud and Zastrow

Students have been asked to wear their Miller shirts (light or dark blue) and black bottoms. This can mean black jeans, dress pants, long skirts, or knee-length skirts with black tights or leggings. This is an effort to look uniform because there will be a video made, which will be available on a district Youtube channel, shared through music blogs afterwards.

If you have any questions, please contact Miss Doan at or Mr. Keramaris at We sincerely hope you can attend.

Message From Your Principal:

March 19, 2019

Dear Miller Parents,

This morning a student walking to the bus stop misinterpreted a driver’s hand signal as a Stranger-Danger incident.  The student ran to a neighbor’s house and alerted them of the encounter, the helpful neighbor welcomed her in and school administration was contacted.  Dearborn Police were called to investigate and after reviewing camera footage, police determined there was no credible threat to the student.  Thankfully this was not a Stranger- Danger incident; instead it is a great teachable moment and opportunity to review safety and Stranger – Danger with your child.  The student running to a neighbor’s house, notifying the School Office and taking precautionary measures were the RIGHT choices to make! 

Spring is a great time to change batteries in the smoke detectors and even a better time to discuss Stranger-Danger with our children.  Remind children to report anything suspicious or out of the ordinary and to always error on the side of caution.  Looking out for one another and being kind neighbors are important to building a strong community. The Dearborn Police Department is committed to ensuring safe, healthy and nurturing neighborhoods; safeguarding children and building strong relationships with citizens remains the priority!  Help build a stronger community and keep our children safe by discussing good safety habits to adopt while playing throughout the neighborhood.

Here are a few helpful reminders:

  • Never talk to a stranger.
  • Never get into a car with a stranger, even if they tell you they are looking for a lost pet or someone you know is hurt and they will take you to them.
  • Children should walk to and from school with other children.
  • Always report suspicious characters to parents, teachers and the police.
  • If approached by a stranger, tell an adult.

Keeping a watchful eye and being a good neighbor makes our community a great place.  Checking in and maintaining an open line of communication with your children, neighbors, schools and police department ensures WE are prepared for life’s challenges. 

Have a safe and wonderful start to Spring-2019! 


Radewin Awada


Miller Elementary

١٩  آذار ٢٠١٩

أهالي طلاب إبتدائية ميلر الكرام،

لقد تعلمنا هذا الصباح درساً في السلامة عندما قامت إحدى الطالبات التي كان يسير باتجاه  الحافلة بتفسير إشارة أحد السائقين على أنها تهديد بالخطر من شخص غريب . هربت الطالبة المعنية إلى منزل أحد الجيران و نبهتهم إلى الخطر الذي شعرت به ، ورحب الجيران بها  وتم الاتصال بإدارة المدرس و تم استدعاء شرطة ديربورن للتحقيق في الأمر.وبعد مراجعة لقطات الكاميرا تم تقرير أنه لم يكن هناك تهديد للطالبة ، و الحقيقية هي أن شخص بالغ قد أشار للطالبة بالسيرو المرور قبل أن يقوموا بالانعطاف إلى الممر. لحسن الحظ ، لم يكن هذا حادثًا ينذر بالتهديد بالخطر من قبل شخص غريب ، لكن استجابة الطالبة  الوقائية في تنبيه الجوار وإخطار مكتب المدرسة كانت الخطوات الصحيحة التي يجب اتخاذها!

فصل الربيع هو وقت رائع لتغيير مدخرات كاشف الحريق و لكنه وقت أمثل للتحدث مع الأطفال حول خطر الغرباء عليهم. ذكّروا الأطفال بالإبلاغ عن أي شيء مشبوه أو خارج عن المألوف و أخذ الحيطة و الإبلاغ عن إي خطأ يرونه أو يشعرون به و إن كان من باب الحذر. الاعتناء ببعضنا البعض والجيرة الجيدة أمر مهم لبناء مجتمع قوي. تلتزم إدارة شرطة ديربورن بضمان أمان و سلامة و ورعاية الأحياء المجاورة أثناء بناء جسور التواصل مع المواطنين و تبقى حماية أطفالنا على رأس أولوياتهم ! ساعدوا على بناء مجتمع أقوى والحفاظ على أمان أطفالنا من خلال مناقشة عادات السلامة الجيدة التي قد يمارسها الأطفال أثناء اللعب في أنحاء الحي.

إليكم بعض التذكيرات / الاقتراحات المفيدة:

  • لا تتحدثوا إلى الغرباء ابداً.
  • لا تستقلوا  السيارة مع شخص غريب ، حتى لو أخبركم أنه/ أنها يبحثون عن حيوان أليف مفقود أو أن شخصًا تعرفونه مصابًا و سوف يأخذكم إليه.
  • السير من و إلى المدرسة مع أطفال أخريين.
  • دائماً ابلغوا عن أي شخصية مريبة أو مثيرة للشك للأهل و المعلمين و أفراد الشرطة.
  • إذا اقترب منكم أحد الغرباء أو حدثكم أخبروا شخصاً بالغاً على الفور.

المراقبة المستمرة و التعاون و إظهار علاقة جيرة جيدة و طيبة تساعدنا في الحفاظ على مجتمعاتنا آمنة. التحقق من سلامة الأطفال و التواصل المستمر معهم و مع المدارس وقسم الشرطة يضمن أننا على استعداد لمواجهة تحديات الحياة.

شكراً لكم مع كل التقدير

السيد رضوان عواضة

 PTA meeting March 8th 9 A.M.

Miller March Newsletter

March 2019 Newsletter UPDATED Translated version

Gleaners Food Bank Distribution

Today at 11 A.M.


Dearborn Shines Contest (Student Post)

                         Healthy Dearborn logo

Hi, my name is Dania Alsaidi from Mr.Duering 5th grade class.

I wanted to share some exciting information with you about our Dearborn Shines Project. In anticipation of the upcoming planting season we are asking for students input to determine the vegetable and herbs to purchase and plant in our garden.

To make this a memorable time we have some fun voting and contest activities. This will  provide you with essential background information so that students can cast an informed vote.  We have also given everyone a contest packet for students to work on. From these submissions, your class will be entered in a school-wide contest to claim the spot of planting your schools pollinator garden bed!

Stay tuned for updates throughout the week and some exciting healthy tips we will be sharing.

Hi, my name is Reem Saleh and I am a student in Mrs. Traicoff’s 4th grade class. 

Here is Monday’s Healthy Tip: 

It is important to fill HALF of your plate with fruits and vegetables every day.  Fruits and vegetables are full of vitamins and provide our body with the super power to fight off illness.  For example, we know red fruits and vegetables are full lycopene which can help prevent certain types of cancer.  Our school garden will soon be full of colorful fruits and vegetables. Think of some of your favorite fruits and vegetables and different ways you might eat them.

March Is Reading Month



March is Reading Month Calendar-2019

Important Dates

Monday, February 25

Pizza Sale $1 a slice

Wednesday, February 27th

2:00-3:30 Final Community Forum

Parents are encouraged to come!

Thursday, February 28th

4:30-4:45 Family Math Night

Community Forum

Greetings Miller Families,

As a community we’ve had wonderful success in establishing safe and consistent traffic guidelines and expectations for the Miller Community.

Thank you for the continued commitment to student safety and support with traffic initiatives.

Over the past two years the Miller PTA and Administration have teamed up to pursue a $200,000 Safe Routes to School Grant, which will further improve traffic flow and establish safe walking and biking paths for Miller students.

We are entering a critical stage in the grant process and we need your support.  A Community Forum will be held in the Miller Cafeteria on Tuesday February 26, 2019 from 2 – 3:30 p.m.  Community attendance, feedback and active participation at this meeting is critical to successfully securing the Safe Routes to School Grant. Thank you in advance for taking the time to be part of the positive change we seek for our children and community.  We look forward to seeing you Tuesday February 26, 2019 at 2 p.m.


Radewin Awada – Principal

Miller Elementary

تحية لكم أهالي مدرسة ميلر،

لقد حققنا سوياً نجاحًا رائعًا في وضع إرشادات وتوقعات بشأن حركة المرور حول المدرسة. أشكركم على تفانيكم في الحرص على سلامة الطلاب واقدر لكم الدعم المتواصل ونحن على مقربة من فصل الربيع.

على مدى العامين الماضيين، لقد قمت بالتعاون مع فريق جمعية الأهالي من أجل محاولة تأمين منحة بمقدار مائتين ألف دولار بغرض إنشاء مسارات آمنة في جميع الطرقات القريبة من المدرسة. هذا البرنامج سيعمل على تحسين تدفق حركة المرور وإنشاء مسارات آمنة للمشي وركوب الدراجات للطلاب من و إلى المدرسة. نحن الآن ندخل في مرحلة حرجة في عملية طلب هذه المنحة و أنا بحاجة إلى دعمكم.

سوف يعقد منتدى في كافتيريا المدرسة يوم الثلاثاء 26 فبراير 2019 من الساعة 2 إلى 3:30 مساء. أرجو التفضل بحضوركم و سأوف أكون ممنون لتفاعلكم و مشاركتكم بأي آراء أو مقترحات. إن حضوركم ومشاركتكم الفاعلة في هذا الاجتماع سيكون أمر في بالغ الأهمية لضمان الحصول على المنحة بنجاح.

تقبلوا تحياتي

السيد/ عواضة، مدير مدرسة ميلر

Community forum Flyer (1)


Family Night

Thursday, February 21st



Parent Talk With Margaret King Ahmed

Increase achievement and decrease discipline issues with effective Parent Talk. Learn communication skills that empower, encourage self-responsible behaviors, self-motivation and character development. Learn practical skills to positively effect the social and emotional development of your children and family. Certificate of completion is awarded to participants who complete the program.

Sessions are Wednesday’s 8:45-10:15 A.M. in Media Center

                                 February 13, 20, 27, March 6, 13, 20, 27. April 10.                                 

             Graduation: April 17, 2019         


Feb. 5-Tuesday: Gleaners Food at 11:00 A.M.
Feb 6-Wednesday: Late Start; School begins at 9:35 A.M.

January Newsletter!

Hello Parents,

Please check out the January Newsletter and the great happenings at Miller!

Click below:

January 2019 Newsletter

P.T.A. will be holding a bake sale on Friday, December 14th. All proceeds made will be going to the Children of Yemen fundraiser! The bake sale will take place in the front lobby during lunch. Everything sold will be 1 dollar! P.T.A is asking all staff and parents to please donate baked goods or store bought goods .

Week Ahead: Dec . 10-14


*PTA pizza sale after school



*Late Start-School begins at 9:35 a.m.



* Arabic School Registration 12-5 in the lobby

*No SCHOOL FOR Kindergartners ONLY

*PTA Meeting 9 a.m. in the Cafeteria


Friday Dec. 7, is the last day to purchase!


Movie Night

Come join us for Family Movie Night Fri. Dec. 7!

Friday at 4:00 p.m.

Movie Starts playing 4:30 Sharp.

Winter 2019 ESL Classes

Registration: January 9

Click here for Winter 2019 ESL Classes details

*Registration by appointment only

This Week At Miller!

Welcome back!  We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends.

This week at Miller:

Monday:  Pizza sale after school

Tuesday: Gleaners Food Bank at 11 a.m

Wednesday: Roller Skating Family Field Trip from 6 – 8 p.m. Bus leaves Miller at 5:30 p.m.

Thursday: Safe Routes to schools (SRTS) Grant Community Forum will take place at 2 p.m. in the cafeteria

Friday: Third grade DIA field trip with Mrs. Saad

Children of YEMEN fundraiser

This week Oct. 29-Nov. 2


PTA pizza sale after school.


Gleaner’s Food Bank


Field Trip-ZOO-2nd Grade



Half Day, 11:45 Dismissal

This week at Miller- 10/22-10/27


Mrs. Whalen Firehouse Safety Trip 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Mrs. Elkadri Firehouse Safety Trip 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.

PTA pizza sale after school.


Mrs. Burgess Firehouse Safety 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Mrs. Kazan Firehouse Safety 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.


Ms. Oldani Fire Safety Trip 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Mrs. Taleb Fire Safety Trip 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.


3rd annual Pumpkin Patch / Magician / Animal Petting Farm

BOO BASH  After School –  5:00 – 6:30  We will have a frightfully fun time!


NO SCHOOL for Kindergarten

Have a wonderful week!

Literacy Essentials

“The purpose of system-wide and center-wide literacy practices is to improve children’s literacy in Michigan. These systematic and effective practices implemented at the organizational level in education and care settings help children become proficient in reading.

To meet the needs of all young learners in Michigan, organizational practices must support literacy development in ways that systematically impact learning in elementary schools, early childhood learning centers, and other literacy programs and environments.

Expert research suggests that each of the 10 practices outlined in this document can have a positive impact on literacy development. The use of these practices in every Michigan classroom every day can make a measurable, positive difference in the state’s literacy achievement.”  (

Click here

Ecology Club

Miller’s first Ecology Club will begin with an informational meeting for students October 18th.  3:45-4:30 in Room 225.

The Pumpkin Raffle Returns!

Miller teachers will be decorating pumpkins to raffle off to Miller students.

Raffle will begin on Monday, October 22nd.

Miller Shirts

$3 for Miller shirt is due by this Friday 10/19.

The cost of the shirt will change to $10 on Monday 10/22.

Week Ahead at Miller!


Picture Day!  Remember to smile:)

PTA pizza sale after school.

Cipriano Run at Ford Field Park.  Come support our students!

Grade 4 Boys – 4:50

Grade 4 Girls – 5:10

Grade 5 Boys – 5:30

Grade 5 Girls – 5:50


Late start for students.


Wayne State Medical students visit our 5th grade.

Have a wonderful week!

PTA meeting today, Fri. Oct. 12 at 9 AM

Official Photo of City Beautiful Breakfast, Compliments of Mayor John B. O’Reilly, Jr.

56th Annual Dearborn City Beautiful Commission All School Breakfast 2018

Grant Initiative Aims to Improve Student Health

Press Release #11/2018-19

11 D-Shines press release

Picture Day Flyer

Online order information for Picture day:

Email Flyer-2018-10-15

Tuesday-October 9th-Mobile Dentist

Wednesday-October 10th-National Walk to School Day; Mobile Dentist

Thursday-October 11th-First Grade Zoo Field Trip; Mobile Dentist

Friday-October 12th-Half Day; PTA Meeting at 9 a.m.

Movie Night!

Friday, September 28 @4:30

**Parents must attend with their children**


JUNE 13th- Report Cards and NWEA Parents Reports sent home.

JUNE 13th-5th Grade Ceremony, 1:30 P.M. Miller Gym

JUNE 14th-Last Day Of School 11:45 A.M. Dismissal

No School for Students Due to Power Outage!

Good Morning Mustangs!

Miller students DO NOT have school today due to a power outage.  Enjoy your day and do not forget to read and practice on MyOn or MobyMax:)

 PTA Meeting CHANGED TO Thursday April 26 @ 6pm

Spring Concerts


Thursday, April 19th AT 4PM SECOND & THIRD GRADES

Friday, April 20th At 4PM FOURTH & FIFTH GRADES


Dear Parent/Guardian,

(Miller School) is using this Parent Survey as a means to elicit your beliefs and opinions to help target areas for the school system to improve and areas to continue to be effective. Your opinion is important to us, and we ask that you take the time to complete this survey.  The online survey will be available until 4/30/18. In order to complete the survey, please click on this link:

Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous and your honest opinions are appreciated. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact your school principal.  Thank you in advance for supporting our improvement efforts.

Your cooperation and support in completing the parent survey will be greatly appreciated. Sincerely,


أولياء الأمور الكرام ،


مدرستنا وجميع مدارس ديربورن في عملية تطوير و تحسين مستمرة و دائمة ،يعتبر خلالها الأهل  والأوصياء جزء لا يتجزأ و جوهري لسيرها. نستخدم استطلاع رأي متطور و خاص بالأهالي كوسيلة للاطلاع على آرائهم التي من شأنها المساعدة في استهداف المناطق الفعالة والمؤثرة على سير العملية التطويرية للمدرسة. رأيك مهم بالنسبة لنا،لذا نرجو منكم الاجابة على الاستطلاع  لإتمام هذه الدراسة. يتوفر استطلاع الرأي عبر شبكة الإنترنت. من أجل إكمال الدراسة، يرجى الضغط على الرابط التالي :

نؤكد أن مشاركتكم و اجاباتكم حول هذا الاستطلاع سرية ولن يتم معرفة شخصية من قام بالاستطلاع، و أن آرائكم الصادقة هي موضع تقدير. إذا كان لديكم أي أسئلة حول هذا الاستبيان، يرجى الاتصال بمكتب المدرسة. شكرا لكم مقدما على مساندتكم ودعمكم  لعملية تطوير و تحسين المدرسة

نقدر تعاونكم ودعمكم في إكمال هذا الاستطلاع و لكم جزيل الشكر.


مدير(ة) المدرسة

Literacy Night Tonight

Please join us for Literacy Night tonight from 4:30 – 6:00.  We will have many activities which include Bingo for Books, Literacy Musical Chairs, Book Walk, Shaving Cream Writing and MORE!!!

 March is Reading Month

Miller students are….

Wild About Reading!

Each March, Miller school comes together to celebrate reading through March is Reading Month. We hope to refresh and rejuvenate our young readers. It is a perfect opportunity for families to reset home reading patterns and to model and encourage recreational reading. Our theme this year is Wild About Reading!  A calendar of the months activities is listed below.

March is Reading Month Calendar-2018 (1)

Outdoor Siren Testing – Thursday, March 8, 2018

News from the City of Dearborn

John B. O’Reilly, Jr., Mayor

Department of Public Information

Mary Laundroche, Director


February 27, 2018                         Dearborn to individually test outdoor emergency sirens on Thursday, March 8

One-by-one tests will occur periodically during the day

DEARBORN, Mich. – The City of Dearborn will be individually testing outdoor emergency sirens on Thursday, March 8.  Residents and visitors should not be alarmed if they hear a nearby siren sound. Siren tests will start about 8 a.m. on Thursday, March 8 and continue periodically throughout the testing window in different areas of the city.  Dearborn has 19 emergency outdoor sirens.  Emergency personnel and technicians will sound the alarms one at a time during this Thursday, March 8 testing to ensure each is working properly and can be heard appropriately.  An alarm could be sounded more than once on Thursday, March 8. This is part of a periodic, more thorough testing of the emergency alert system.  Dearborn will continue to hold citywide monthly tests on the first Saturday at 1 p.m.  Outdoor emergency sirens are designed to quickly warn people who are out-of-doors about threats, including severe weather, such as tornados, so they can take cover. The City of Dearborn also uses the sirens when it declares a snow emergency in the winter, so residents know not to park their vehicles on the street. In an actual emergency– if time allows– information may also posted on the City website at and on social media at   Dearborn Police also distribute emergency information to residents who register for it through its Nixle alert system.  Sign up at  Because Nixle messages are controlled by the police, they are likely to be more timely in an emergency than the city’s website or social media. The City thanks residents for their patience during the upcoming siren testing.  This work is part of ongoing efforts to ensure Dearborn provides top-quality safety measures for residents, workers and visitors in Dearborn.

تقوم بلديه  ديربورن لاختبارات فرديه لصفارات الانذار في حالات الطوارئ يوم الخميس، ٨ اذار/ مارس ٢٠١٨.

وسوف تحدث الاختبارات واحدة تلو الأخرى بشكل دوري خلال النهار

ستبدأ اختبارات صفارات الإنذار حوالي الساعة ٨ صباحا يوم الخميس ٨ اذار/ مارس، ٢٠١٨  وتستمر دوريا في مناطق مختلفة من المدينة.  مدينه ديربورن لديها ١٩ صفاره انذار لحالات الطوارئ . سوف أفراد الطوارئ والفنيين . وسوف تستمر مدينة ديربورن فى اجراء اختبارات شهرية على مستوى المدينة فى يوم السبت الاول من كل شهر . صممت صفارات الانذار في حالات الطوارئ لتحذير بسرعة الناس الذين هم في الخارج حول التهديدات، بما في ذلك الطقس القاسي،  كالأعاصير. وتستخدم مدينة ديربورن أيضا صفارات الانذار عندما تعلن حالة طوارئ الثلوج في فصل الشتاء، لكي لا يركن  السكان سياراتهم في الشارع . – المعلومات قد نشرت أيضا على موقع المدينة في وعلى وسائل الاعلام الاجتماعية في

كما تقوم شرطة ديربورن بتوزيع المعلومات الطارئة على المقيمين الذين يسجلون من خلال نظام الإنذار الخاص ب نيكسل. الاشتراك في وتشكر سكان مدينه ديربورن على صبرهم خلال اختبار صفارات الانذار القادمة. هذا العمل هو جزء من الجهود المستمرة لضمان توفر سلامه عاليه لسكان وعمال وزوار مدينة  ديربورن.

You are invited to

Miller’s Family Science and Engineering Night

On Monday, February 26

4:00-5:15 PM

Students will participate in different science and engineering activities including Stomp Rockets, Meet an Engineer, Hot Wheels, Team Up, Legos, Sound Room, Magnet Room, Assembly Line, Flying Room, and much more!

All activities are free. Students must be accompanied by an adult.

Thursday Jan 25 is Miller Math Night 4:45-5:45 with students and parents & PTA Meeting/Open House 9 AM – Cafeteria.

Wednesday Jan 24 from 6 – 8 PM Miller hosts Skate Night at the Lincoln Park Roller Skating Arena.

Jump Rope for Heart Assembly Tues Jan. 23,  k-2 2 PM / 3 – 5 2:30 PM in the Cafeteria.

NO Chess club will not be taking place this Friday Jan. 19 & Monday Jan. 22!

ACCESS Program canceled today Thursday Jan 19.

TONIGHT, Friday December 1, is MOVIE NIGHT @ 5:00.  Bring a Parent & come watch a movie with us!

Monday Dec 4-8 is the BOOK FAIR during lunch!  Bring some money to buy some books to read over winter break!


Attention Miller parents who also have students at Stout Middle School: Stout will be holding its first Parent Education Meeting on Thursday, October 24th, 2019 from 9:30 a.m to 10:30 a.m. Stout is providing transportation to and from the meeting via district bus. A bus will be available for parents in front of Miller Elementary at approximately 9:10 a.m to take you to Stout. It will take you back at 10:30 a.m. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday at 9:30 a.m!