2021-2022 ASAP Program-2nd Semester

2nd Semester ASAP registration has started. Credit recovery classes offered in the After School Academic Program (ASAP) begin on February 8th on Tuesdays/Thursdays, or Wednesdays/Fridays. A student may enroll in up to two classes. Each class runs two days a week and each class costs $150 which is paid by Dearborn Public Schools this semester.

If you are interested in your child attending credit recovery classes, or if you have further questions, please contact your child’s counselor, or the at-risk advisors listed below, to obtain an application.

9th Grade: Mrs. Mroue: 313-8277-1527 mrouel@dearbornschools.org

10th Grade: Mrs. Fidama 313-827-7312 fidamaa@dearbornschools.org

11th Grade: Mrs. Dakhlallah: 313-827-7611  daklas@dearbornschools.org

12th Grade: Mr. Naimi 313-827-7877 naimik@dearabornschools.org

Or any of the following counselors:

Mrs. Mohamed: (A-Alw), 313-827-8325 mohameh@dearbornschools.org

Mrs. Amen: (Aly-Ham) 313-827-1523 amenn@dearbornschools.org

Mr. Baydoun: (Han-New),  313-827-1522 baydoui@dearbornschools.org

Mrs. Welmers: (Ng-Z), 313- 827-1524 welmerg@dearbornschools.org

If you have further questions, please contact your child’s counselor, or Mr. Naimi, the Graduation Specialist, to obtain an application. The application is available online by clicking on Registration Form S2

AAYSP Virtual Mentoring Program

AAYSP launched a Virtual Mentoring Program to serve high school and college students. The platform can be used by students to gain insights into a field of study and seeking advice from a professional. Students can visit: https://mentoring-aaysp.org/our-mentors/ to make an appointment with one of our mentors. There are more than 35 mentors in different fields. This resource is free for all students!

Happenings in the Dearborn Schools: Continuous Improvement and Success

Superintendent Dr. Glenn Maleyko and Communications Director David Mustonen have a discussion with Executive Director of Student Achievement Shannon Peterson and Graduation Interventionist Chris Minor. They discuss graduation rates, student growth, the feeder track approach and District accolades and how the Strategic Plan is essential for success.