Lisa Formosa-Little, School Psychologist

Dearborn Public Schools

Becker Elementary Open House

Dear Parents

Please join us, on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 6:00 pm for a presentation during our Becker Open House. We will be discussing some important information on safety protocols, how to further assist our students at home and school, and much more. Here is the link to view our Open House presentation.   

Meeting Recording:
https://dearbornschools-org.zoom.us/rec/share/Xym8bFyL3KBu-1B5eVFrKRR7i5DpNEhh0er_ZTs3LJFg_7W8iSfRl8kDcAsRmz6L.3k-CusqO2wBNkuej

Access Passcode: s@h3r59Y

We hope to see you all there!   

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Salina Elementary Virtual Open House

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Becker Open House 10/20/2020

Dear Parents,

Please join Ms. Zreik our principal via Zoom on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 6:00 pm for a presentation during our Becker Open House. Ms. Zreik will be discussing some important information on safety protocols, how to further assist our students at home and school, and much more. Here is the link to join the meeting.   


Join Zoom Meeting
https://dearbornschools-org.zoom.us/j/83680041457?pwd=UWFQUkRyMXIwQTJQd3JXeXVKQzBYZz09

Meeting ID: 836 8004 1457
Passcode: 780220  

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Remote Learning Parent Video #3: Behavior Intervention

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1YwZyrbElNbv6tphFfAG_aiOLREs36gu5

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Parent Remote Learning Video # 2: Visual Supports

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Cf7zsI_3Owzl1ndhs7huxx7bKHJx_csa

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Remote Learning Parent Video # 1 Creating a Remote Learning Environment

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1zdpp-40NbtyD_FmnlvnmASBcJlBIFu0G

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Board Votes to Continue Online Learning

Online learning in Dearborn will continue until at least mid October after the Board of Education approved the extension during its regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 14.

Dearborn Public Schools started the new school year on Aug. 31 all online until at least Oct. 1.  The Board’s vote on Monday night extends online learning at least until their next meeting on Oct. 12.

The district is also delaying the small group in-school learning labs it had planned to start next week.

The Dearborn community has had a high number of COVID-19 cases per resident in recent weeks, and the board felt it was not yet safe for the community to return students to in-school learning.  Besides the total number of COVID cases, the district considers the number of cases per resident and metrics like the percent of COVID tests that come back positive in the county, called the positivity rate.  The Wayne County positivity rate has risen to its highest point in months at more than 6 percent. 

Dearborn Public Schools has almost 21,000 students. About one-fifth of the students signed up to attend an online only Virtual Learning Program for this school year.  The rest will return to in-building learning once the board approves the reopening of schools.  At Monday’s meeting, the board heard different options for possibly reopening with blended learning where half of the students will attend school at one time while the other half works online from home.

The Dearborn Public Schools Board of Education will take up the issue of reopening schools again at its next meeting on Oct. 12.  The public meeting will start at 7 p.m. in the Administrative Services Center, 18700 Audette, Dearborn.  It will also be broadcast live on the district’s YouTube and cable channels, and community members will be able to submit comments online.  State law requires the Board of Education to reevaluate local COVID-19 conditions and reconsider in-school learning every month this year.

The extension of online learning also means that the weekly free student meal distributions will continue on Fridays through at least Oct. 9.  Food is available for any district student or any child under 18 in the household.  Pickups are from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bryant Middle School, Dearborn High School, Edsel Ford High School, Fordson High School, Henry Ford Elementary, the Dearborn Heights Campus (Howe/STEM/Berry Center), Lowrey School, Maples Elementary, McCollough-Unis, McDonald Elementary, Miller Elementary, Salina Intermediate, Smith Middle School, Stout Middle School and Woodworth Middle School. 

For more details on food distribution or for the latest information about online schooling, please visit the district website at www.dearbornschools.org.

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Book Bag Give Away Event on 09/05/2020

Drive Through Book Bag Give Away: Saturday, Sept. 5

Event Date: Sat, 09/05/2020 at 2:00 pm

Location: HFC main campus

Back to School bookbag graphics

To our Dearborn-area community:

If your students need school supplies to start the school year, join us on Saturday, Sept. 5, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. for our Back to School Book Bag Giveaway.

  • FREE backpacks
  • School supplies
  • PPE (face masks and hand sanitizer)

Details for Saturday

Arrive on campus through the North entrance on Evergreen. Follow the campus drive to the circle drive at Building L near the South entrance. Remain in your car to receive up to two (2) book bags for your students. Leave campus through the same route you arrived, the North entrance.

Thank You, Event Sponsors!

Henry Ford College Support Staff Association Henry Ford College Foundation HCE South

Contact Information

Leslie Windless
lwindless@hfcc.edu
313-695-7054

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Is My Child Ready to Learn Checklist

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Woodworth MS Schedule for the week of 08/31/2020

Please see the schedule for the first week of school:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1L2PTNzsCMX-ZjXWGTLyPJm33IlhNXnfVdLd88T9Skms/edit?usp=sharing

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