Letter from the Principal -Week 12

Week 12

Hello Parents,

There are only 5 days left and we need 200 more parents to let us know how we are doing by answering a few questions on our Parent Survey. Please spend a few minutes today!

Congrats to the whole crew that put on our play last week, “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown.” I love watching our kids realize their talents in such an awesome way! Way to go Girls Volleyball on winning the district championship. They play in the regional semi’s against Churchill this Tuesday at DHS, 7 pm, they’d love your support.

Next week Dearborn High is participating in the “Battle Against Hunger.” The Battle Against Hunger is an annual collective effort between Dearborn High School, Fordson High School, and Edsel Ford High School. All canned goods collected will be donated to Zaman International to stock their warehouse and all funds collected will be donated to the Amity Foundation. The Kick-Off Event for the Battle is this Sunday; we’ve included a couple flyers that give more information.

As a reminder, this Friday is the end of our 2nd Card-Marking. Please make sure to encourage your students to get all of their assignments turned in by Friday and to do their best on any end of card marking tests.

Thanks

Mr. Martin

  • 11/15 End of Card Marking
  • 11/20 Late Start
  • 11/27-11/29 Thanksgiving Recess

Election Day is Tuesday, November 5th

Click the image for more information on the BRICS bond.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 5th.

 Please remember to Vote on Tuesday.

 If you can’t make it to the polls on Tuesday, November 5th, new laws allow you to vote at the City Clerk’s office before Election Day. 

This Saturday, November 2, any registered voter can stop by the City Clerk’s Office between the hours of 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. and vote via absentee ballot.

The Dearborn City Clerk’s office is located inside the Dearborn Administrative Center, 16901 Michigan Ave. 

In addition, registered voters will still be able to request absent voter ballots in person until 4 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 4.

Letter From The Principal

Week 10

Hello Parents,

Please let us know how we are doing by answering a few questions,  Parent Survey. The more input we have the better we can become.

For those that missed the BRICS Bond presentation at last weeks PFSA meeting, here is some information to help you, bond info. Please plan on voting next Tuesday, 11/5. DHS is a polling site, we are looking forward to hosting all of you.

The 19-20 DHS Major Events calendar is a place to find many important dates. This calendar is also built into our building calendar that can be found on our website: https://dhs.dearbornschools.org/dhs-calendar/.

Thanks,

Mr. Martin

11/5 No School

2019 DHS Open House

DHS Open House

September 4, 2019kubicem

Please join us Thursday, September 5, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for our annual Open House and Parent Title I informational meeting.

You will have an opportunity to follow your student’s schedule, meet his or her teachers, and learn about the curriculum for each of your student’s classes.

In our continued effort to make DHS a “Green” school, you will need to complete the bottom portion of this letter and bring it with you to follow your child’s schedule; copies of student schedules will not be available that night.

You may access your child’s schedule through the Parent Connect portal. Please contact Ms. Berry for information regarding Parent Connect at 313-827-1612.

Students will be located throughout the building to assist you.

Please remember that Open House is not a time to discuss individual students. If you have an individual concern, please phone or e-mail your student’s teacher or counselor to schedule a meeting. Parent-Teacher conferences are scheduled for October 14th & October 16th.
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2019-20 Dearborn High School Phone Policy

New Phone Policy for Students

August 24, 2019kubicem

Dearborn High School Electronic Device Policy

Personal electronic devices can be distracting to the learning process. This includes, but is not limited to, cell phones, airpods, headphones, iPads, personal use electronics, etc.

To support our mission of educating students, we are asking students not to bring any electronic device to DHS to be used throughout the school day. If a student does choose to bring them to school, it is expected that they follow the policy below:

Students may use personal electronic devices on school property during the following designated
times only:
● Before the start of the school day until 7:10 a.m., when our first bell rings
● During a student’s lunch time, but ONLY in the cafeteria
● After school is dismissed, 2:15 p.m.

Throughout the school day, ALL electronic devices should be turned off, out of sight, and locked/secured properly.

If a student is found to have an electronic device outside of the designated times listed above, the student will be asked to turn it over to a staff member. Devices that are collected by staff will be turned into the student’s administrator who will address the infraction according to our student code of conduct.


● First Violation: Phone will be given to the student’s administrator and a parent or guardian will be contacted.
● Second Violation: Phone will be given to the student’s administrator and a parent or guardian will be contacted; the device will be held for three consecutive school days.
● Third Violation: Phone will be given to the student’s administrator and a meeting with a parent or guardian will be required. Student will be disciplined according to the student code of conduct for insubordination.
● Additional Violation: The student will be disciplined according to the student code of conduct for insubordination.

Should a student refuse to turn in their device when requested to do so by a staff member; the staff member will contact the office and the student will be immediately escorted to the office to meet with administration. This will result in a referral for insubordination.

Dearborn High School is not responsible or liable for any theft, loss, or damage to any student’s personal electronic device. In order to prevent this from possibly occurring, students are encouraged to keep their devices at home.

We appreciate the support of our parents and guardians to eliminate distractions, academic dishonesty, and disruptions during the school day. If there is a family emergency, parents or guardians should call 313.827.1600.

Class of 2019 Commencement Information

Class of 2019 Commencement

Congratulations to the Class of 2019!

 

A few reminders:

 

  • Students should not be on any Dearborn Public School property unless they have specific school related business. If you have sports, are taking a test, finishing E2020, need to pick up a sibling, or attend a concert, of course you can be here. DO NOT GO TO EDSEL OR FORDSON CAMPUSES.

 

  • Cords and Stoles can be worn at Commencement but no Key Club stole at Commencement.

 

  • For commencement please wear appropriate clothing: collared shirts, no jeans, no shorts, dressy shoes. Please consider wearing flats as the grass and the bleachers are difficult to navigate in heels.

 

  • Commencement rehearsal is Friday, June 7th at 9:00 am in the auditorium. You must attend if you are planning on walking at commencement. If there is a major conflict, please let Mr. Martin know. You must attend the rehearsal to receive your two tickets if commencement is moved indoors to the gym because of the weather. As long as the weather cooperates and the commencement is able to be held outside, there is no limit on the number of guests who may attend.

 

  • The commencement ceremony is June 8th. Students should be lined up on the tennis courts by 5:15 PM. You should wear your cap and gown. Be on time because we will start without you. Do not bring water bottles, noise-makers, inflatable balloons, or anything else that will distract from the ceremony; you’re the main attraction but so are the other students so please celebrate respectfully. Make sure to get your diploma after the ceremony.

 

  • You may decorate your graduation cap if you wish but if it is inappropriate you will not participate in the commencement ceremony.

 

At commencement, our expectation is that we will all enjoy ourselves within reason and respect the event. Do not spoil the event for your families, friends, or yourself. Please be respectful in how you behave during commencement and at the senior party.

Again, congratulations! We’re all proud of you and your accomplishments at Dearborn High School! You are and always will be a Pioneer; let’s maintain that pride with our actions.

 

Sincerely,

Mr. Martin

Link Crew for the 2019-20 School Year

Do You Have What It Takes To Join Link Crew?

Link Crew is looking for students who are interested in mentoring our incoming freshmen!
Link Crew Leaders are :
  • Empathetic
  • Welcoming
  • Non-Judgemental
  • Want to Support and help others
  • Have POSITIVE  outlook
  • Invested in their education
  • Active in school

Please complete the following information and return the application to the Link Crew Application Box in the attendance office by 12:05 PM on Friday, May 31.

Late applications will NOT be accepted for any reason!



Please do not apply unless you can commit to the following:

Mandatory Meeting June 12 in Media Center @ 10:45 AM

Mandatory Training Day: Friday, August 16 from 8am-Noon

Freshman Orientation Monday, August 19, Time TBD

Spending 30 hours with your assigned freshmen throughout the year

2018-19 END OF THE 2ND SEMESTER TIMELINE

Dearborn High School

CLOSING BULLETIN 2nd Semester 2018/19

 

END OF SEMESTER TIMELINE

 

May 21 Tuesday Senior Library books must be turned in by May 21st

 

May 21 Tuesday 12th grade delinquency forms due to Mrs. Eden by 2:30

 

May 21 Tuesday          Senior locker clean out by end of day

 

May 21 Tuesday Collect Senior Textbooks, turn in book fine slips by 2:30

 

May 22 Wednesday Senior Finals 4-6

 

May 23 Thursday Senior Finals 1-3

 

May 23 Thursday LAST DAY FOR SENIORS

                                                12:30 Senior Assembly – Gym

   Caps and gowns issued to graduating seniors

 

May 23 Thursday 9th 10th & 11th grade library books due

 

May 28 Tuesday Seniors Honors Night 7:00 p.m.

            May 28 Tuesday Senior grades are due by 10:00 a.m.

 

May 31 Friday Audit List for 9th 10th & 11th

         

June 7 Friday 9:00 a.m. Commencement Rehearsal

 

June 7 Friday 2nd Hour Teachers review exam schedule with 9th 10th & 11th graders

 

            June 7 Friday Locker Clean-Out-please announce to all classes

      

  June 8 Saturday Commencement 6:00 p.m.

          

           June 10-13 Mon – Thur Collect 9th 10th & 11th grade books.  Delinquency forms                                                                                                                      must be turned in by 12:00 on Friday June 14th

 

June 12-14 Wed – Fri End-of-Semester Exam Schedule 9th 10th & 11th graders

 

June 14 Friday Grade book task Summary due to Ms. Harris by 2:30 p.m.

(attendance report not needed)

 

June 14 Friday Last day of school, 10:30 student dismissal

 

After School Gym Make-ups

Every Wednesday from now until the end of the school year, students have the opportunity to earn extra credit points toward their grade as well as make up missed participation points. Make-ups are held at 2:30 on the track. All students are welcome and encouraged to attend.