2022-2023 ASAP Program-2nd Semester

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2nd Semester ASAP registration has started. Credit recovery classes offered in the After School Academic Program (ASAP) begin on February 14th 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. There will be a discount of $100 for early registration.

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.

Seniors who are missing credits or a core class and need to attend summer school at the time of graduation will not be allowed to walk with their class and participate in the graduation ceremony

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

10 Grade: Mrs. Berri, 313-827-1523 berrib@dearbornschools.org

11th Grade: Mrs. Fidama 313-827-7312 fidamaa@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

Ms. Albarakat: (Aly-Ham) 313-827-7651 albarai@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

EFHS Commencement Requirement

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October 31, 2022

Dear Parents and Guardians,

I would like to give you some very important information regarding your child’s graduation requirements and eligibility to walk in the graduation ceremony. 

Beginning this year, with the class of 2023, students who are missing credits at the time of graduation will not be allowed to walk with their class and participate in the graduation ceremony.  This is a change from past years, where some seniors (needing 1 credit) could attend summer school and were allowed to participate in commencements. Again, in order to participate and walk in commencement in June, students must have met all state and district graduation requirements. 

If your son or daughter is currently behind in credits, we encourage you to schedule a meeting with their counselor to devise an academic plan toward graduating on time. For information on district and state graduation requirements, please visit our district website, www.dearbornschools.org, and look for Policy and Guidelines under District Info.  If you have any questions, please contact your school’s principal and/or graduation specialist.

Respectfully,

Mr. Adam Martin

Executive Director of Student Achievement

مكتب المُشرّف العام 

أعزائي أولياء الأمور والأوصياء الكرام ،

أود أن أقدم لكم بعض المعلومات المهمة للغاية فيما يتعلق بمتطلبات تخرج الطلاب وأهليته للمشاركة في حفل التخرج.

بداية من هذا العام ، مع صف خريجي عام ٢٠٢٣ ، لن يُسمح للطلاب الذين  لم ينجحوا في أي من المواد و لم يحصلوا على الرصيد التعليمي المطلوب من المشاركة في احتفالية و مسير التخرج.  هذا الأمر مغايراً لما جرت عليه العادة في السنوات الماضية ، حيث كان يمكن لبعض طلاب السنة الدراسية الأخيرة صف ١٢(الذين يحتاجون إلى رصيد واحد) المشاركة في الاحتفال و المسير ومن ثَمَّ الالتحاق بالمدرسة الصيفية. مرة أخرى ، من أجل المشاركة والسير في احتفالية التخرج التي سوف تجري في شهر حزيران، يجب أن يستوفي الطالب  جميع متطلبات التخرج  المطلوبة في الولاية والقطاع التعليمي.

في حال تأخر الطالب/ الطالبة في الحصول على الرصيد التعليمي المطلوب ، نشجعكم على تحديد موعد مع مستشارهم لوضع خطة أكاديمية للتخرج في الوقت المحدد. للحصول على معلومات حول متطلبات التخرج من القطاع  والولاية ، يرجى زيارة موقع قطاعنا التعليمي الالكتروني www.dearborn schools.org.والبحث عن السياسة والإرشادات المتعلقة ضمن معلومات القطاع. إذا كانت لديكم أي أسئلة ، يرجى الاتصال بمدير/ة مدرستك و / أو أخصائي/ـة التخرج.

مع كل الاحترام،

السيد آدم مارتن

المدير التنفيذي لإنجاز الطلاب

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