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Summer Meal Distribution

The summer meal distribution will be once a week on Wednesdays starting June 17. Food will be handed out every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon at the seven locations.  Each bag will contain seven breakfasts and seven lunches for each child under the age of 18.  Each child will also get a half gallon of milk.

The distribution locations will continue to be Fordson, Dearborn and Edsel Ford high schools, Woodworth and Smith middle schools, Salina Intermediate, and McCollough/Unis School.

One person can pick up food for any child living in the home.  The child does not need to attend that school. 

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Thursday, May 21, 2020 from 1 pm to 5 pm
Mobile Pantry
الغذاء المحمول
يوفر برنامج مخزن الغذاء المحمول غذاء صحي ل 300 من كبار السن
يضم مخزن الغذاء المحمول حولي 30 رطل. من الفواكه والخضروات الطازجة
والحبوب الكاملة و البروتينات
يتلقى كل كبار السن أيضا وصفات صحية وتعليم غذائي اا.
The Food Mobile Program provides nutritious, healthy food for 300 families.
The mobile pantry includes 30 lbs. of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and lean protein.
Each family also receives healthy recipes and nutrition education.
Edsel Ford High School Parking Lot
20601 Rotunda Dr, Dearborn, MI 48124
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
F o od Mobile Pantry

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New Student Registration Link


This link is for parents to register new students in the district.

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Lowrey School Message to Students


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Some good reads


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Social & Emotional Support For Staff, Students, and Parents

Free Second Step and Committee for Children Resources for Educators and Families to Use During School Closures

  • Free Social-Emotional Learning Activities: There are a number of Second Step activities freely available online for children ages 5–13. Many of these are adaptable for remote learning or for families to do at home with their children.
  • Second Step Social-Emotional Passport: The Second Step SEL Passport is a great SEL reinforcement activity for students to do at home. Integrate this activity into your remote-learning plan or share it with families as a fun resource.
  • The Imagine Neighborhood: This new podcast for families is designed to help children and grown-ups practice their social-emotional skills. Each episode tells a story that’s amazing, fantastical, and maybe a little bananas, while it tackles the big feelings that come with growing up.
  • Mind Yeti®: Fifteen of our mindfulness program sessions are now available for anyone to use, no experience necessary! Designed for educators and families to do alongside children, or for older children to do on their own, Mind Yeti provides a great way for everyone to practice mindfulness during this difficult time.
  • Little Children, Big Challenges: Committee for Children and Sesame Street have partnered to create a collection of resources for young children facing significant challenges. These materials, aimed at building children’s resilience, may be useful for educators and families.
  • Captain Compassion®: Here, children can find games, comics, and activities they can do on their own, or with their families, to learn about how they can help stop bullying.
  • Hot Chocolate Talk: A resource to help families talk with their children about child sexual abuse. Families may be spending a lot more time together during school closures, which makes this an opportune time to have these difficult but very important conversations.
  • ParenTeen Connect: For families with older children, this resource provides an online experience they can share together. It’s loaded with videos, resources, and useful advice to help teens and the adults in their lives address hot-button topics.
  • SEL Posters: Put up a few visual reminders to help your kids name their feelings and learn how to manage them, too!
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Online Math Manipulatives


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Chromebook Distribution Round 3

This Tuesday April 28th, there will be chromebook distribution for Lowrey students only from 12pm to 2pm at Lowrey School. 

Please come to the main doors.

Even if you received a chromebook already and you have more than one child that attends Lowrey, then you can check out another one.  Large families will be given more than 2 chromebooks.  If your family already received three or more chromebooks, please do not come and ask for more, we need to make sure we have enough for all Lowrey students.

Also, we will not cater to Fordson siblings.  Fordson will have their own chrombook distribution tomorrow.

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Meal Distribution Times Changing at 4 Locations

With the start of Ramadan, meal distribution times will change at four locations.  
Starting Friday, April 24, 2020, student meal distribution will be from noon to 2 p.m. at Fordson High, Salina Intermediate, Woodworth Middle and McCollough Elementary. The later time will continue through Memorial Day.
Food will still be handed out between 10 a.m. and noon at Dearborn High, Edsel Ford High and Smith Middle School.
Please remember to stay safe, stay home.

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