Myon Readers are Leaders

Stop by our Myon Readers are Leaders board outside Mrs. Bush’s office to see these Leaders!

Each of these students was the top reader in their grade for the month of October:

Arlind Sadiku 5th grade

Sophia Tran 2nd grade

Saad Aldulaimi 4th grade

Connor Caperton 1st grade

Trina Barkow 3rd grade

Fares Omer kindergarten

Moby Max and Myon Directions at Home


Go to the Dearborn Public School Home Page

On the right side go to RESOURCES, click STUDENTS

Then SCROLL down on the left side until you see CLEVER (blue link).

Click CLEVER (blue link)

Then it will ask student to ALLOW the computer to use their student number.  CLICK ALLOW

Then it will ask for their email: and THEN their password (b-day)

MYON and MOBY MAX icon links will be live to Click

MYON USERS: IF you have a tablet (IPad) you will need to click on the tablet (BLUE BOX) next to your avatar.  When you click the tablet it will give you a secret code for you to login.

Week of October 31

Monday, October 31:  Halloween!!

                                Recycling in the hall for noon pick up
Tuesday, November 1:  Chess Club, 3:45-4:30, cafeteria
PTA Meeting, 6:15 pm, Media Center
Wednesday, November 2:  Art Club, 3:40-4:30, art room
Thursday, November 3:  Fire Drill at 2:30
                                    Chess Club, 3:45-4:30, cafeteria
Friday, November 4:
                                Half Day, Elementary ONLY
                               End of the first quarter/card marking period
                               Teacher Duty Day PM

Pumpkin Fundraiser for Michigan Make A Wish


Teacher’s decorated pumpkins to be raffled off for Make A Wish.  Raffle tickets for the Make A Wish Pumpkin Fundraiser are available in classrooms or the art room starting Wednesday, October 26..  Each ticket is a quarter.  Please remember that this is a raffle, there will only be one winner per pumpkin, but everyone that buys tickets wins by helping donate to the Michigan Chapter of the Make A Wish Foundation!  Last day for ticket sales is Monday, October 31, in the morning!!!  Winning tickets will be pulled at lunch with the pumpkins going home at the end of the day!  Thanks for helping out a very worthy cause!

Book Fair This Week!

Snow Families!

The Scholastic Book Fair starts this week. We have a great selection of books to choose from this fall and hope you can make it in to see us. Students will be visiting with their classes Tues. thru Thurs., and the book fair will also be open Mon., Wed. & Thurs. after school until4pm. Then we will be open Fri. morning for last-minute shoppers from 8:30 to 11am.
If you can’t make it to the book fair, please visit the book fair online at:
Included with the flyer sent home last week was a baggie for our “All for Books Campaign.” Collect any loose change from home, put in the baggie and bring in to class. The class that raises the most money will get to wrap Dr. Groover up like a mummy!
Our Family Halloween Night is Tues., Oct. 25 from 6 to 8pm. Please join us for lots of spooky fun. You can shop at the book fair (in the media center), purchase delicious baked goods at our bake sale and play Halloween themed games in the gym.
If you are able to volunteer to help during the book fair, please visit the signup link at:
NOTE: if you send in cash or check with your child, please be sure to add tax (6%) and make checks payable to Snow PTA.
Any questions, please contact Reagan Davis: or Laura Kanclerz at
Thank you, we look forward to seeing everyone!

Notice for AOL Email Accounts

Dear Parents,

If you are an AOL email user, please be aware that you may not receive email notifications due to AOL policies. We are working to resolve this issue with AOL.

Thank you for your patience while we work with AOL to make sure you get classroom notifications from your teacher.


Technology Department

Does your Child have a b/d confusion?

Here is a cute poster you could make with your child if they confuse the letters b and d.  Ask your child to write the letter b and then read the phrase “Bat before the ball.” And have your child illustrate the b with a bat and a ball.  Then ask your child to write the letter d.  Then read the phrase “Doorknob before the door.”  Then illustrate the d like a door and a doorknob.