DAY 1 OF 3 BEFORE WE GO TO BELLVILLE ON MARCH 22/23/24 2018
ATTENTION READERS, BOOK CLUB IS READING FIREBUG BY LISH MCBRIDE AND MEETING APRIL 13TH IN E2 FOR TREATS AND TALK. SEE YA THERE!
- MARCH IS READING MONTH!
What are you currently reading in SSR? How many pages are you reading a week? Help your SSR class win a bagel and donut party to celebrate your success! Here’s how the competition works:
For the two week period of March 12-23rd, teachers will track how many pages are read by their SSR+ classes (in class only!) and complete a google doc form
that will be sent on the 23rd. Class size will be taken into consideration, and the class with the highest average will win!
In addition, a second contest will take place in the library each week during the same time period:
2) Match the book to the reader! Visit the library beginning next week and pick up a matching form that asks you to match the teacher to the book he/she is currently reading. Submit your completed form to the box on the library counter. There will be several prizes such as gift cards/food awards, and a winner will be drawn for each week. Best of luck, and enjoy your reading!
Congratulations to your EFHS Business Professionals of America chapter members on their State Conference this weekend. Riley Ketvirtis received a 4th place in the state for Economic Research Individual event AND Maya Moreau who placed 7th in her Prepared Speech in the state event in her event.
- Seniors, are you interested in some cash for college?
The D.E.F.F. 2018 Unity Scholarship for $600 is available. The D.E.F.F. is a joint collaboration between the 3 high schools, Dearborn, Edsel Ford and Fordson. To be considered for this scholarship, the form must be submitted by April 17, 2018. Please see your counselor for more information and an application. Good luck!
Attention Seniors: Applications for the Edsel Ford Booster Club Scholarship are available in the Counseling Office & Student Office, pick one up today, the deadline is April 20th
PTSA Scholarship Applications are available to pick up in both the counseling office and the student office. The deadline is April 11th.
Do you want to earn $500 this summer for painting a mural with fellow Dearborn Students? Seniors and Juniors can apply to join the POP Design Team. Please see Ms. Patroniti or Ms. Daly in the Art Hall for an application. Applications are due March 16th.
The EFHS Musicians are hosting the second annual Spaghetti Dinner on THIS Thursday, March 22. There will be outstanding performances by the band, orchestra, choir, and jazz band! Tickets are $10 or $5 for children 10 years and younger.Please see any band, orchestra or choir student to purchase.Th”ank you!”
Neon Night will be held on March 23 @ 7:00 pm. Tickets will go on sale starting Monday, March 5th. TICKETS ARE $20.00. There will be no guest passes
REE SAT PRACTICE OPPORTUNITIES–Saturday, March 17th – 11th graders – Paper/Pencil – 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Sign up in counseling office.–Wednesday, March 21st – Results of Practice test that was given on the 17th 6PM – 7PM in the Media Center–Saturday, March 24th – 11th graders – Khan Academy. Sign up in the counseling office. 8:30am – 12:30pm.
Attention students….please turn in your Advanced Placement exam order form and payment to counseling center secretary Mr. Eldridge by Wednesday, March 28th
- Sophomore, Junior & Senior student-athletes please stop by Coach Macpherson’s room, A-204B or Coach Tyler’s room, C-3, and take a look at the lists posted outside their doors. If your name is on the list, please obtain a permission slip for the March is Reading Month Activity.”
- “Attention students, the Michael Berry Center will be open to students and parents for tours during high school parent conferences from 4PM to 7PM on Wednesday, March 21st, 2018. The Michael Berry Center has programs in: Culinary Arts, Design Technology and Computers, Health Sciences, and Business- Accounting, Marketing, Management, and Technology.”
With the institution of School Wide Positive Behavior Intervention (PBIS) Support, any infraction that occurs requiring an assigned out of school suspension is considered a major offense. Any student that causes a major infraction resulting in an out of school suspension will not be allowed to participate or attend any school function. It is our philosophy that school events are designed for students that have not broken the rules and are in good standing academically and behaviorally. These events include all dances including prom, any celebration of achievement, and the senior barbeque. If a student is out of school suspended they are not allowed on school grounds or at any before or after school sponsored event while on suspension this does include away sporting events.