I couldn’t think of a better way to honor Dr. King and show the world what Dearborn really is. On most days we have others try and define what Dearborn is about but today- our students- our future showed everyone what Dearborn Public Schools and the City of Dearborn really is about. Congratulations everyone who helped plan and took part!
I just wanted to say what a great meeting we had yesterday with the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council. The Council met at Edsel Ford for the first time. The Council is made up of 3-4 students from each of the high school’s in Dearborn. The group’s goal is to tackle school and community issues and make a difference! If yesterday was any indication- the future is bright! Great job!
|Jim has spoken to more than 800,000 students nationwide about his experience, and the effects of alcohol use and abuse. During his presentation today, he discussed the changes he encountered as a youngster that led to the accident. Jim has made it his mission to stress the importance of family guidance, responsibility, valuable lifestyle choices and GRIT to students nationwide! Welcome to Edsel Ford Mr. Rockwell!|
Great job to the City of Dearborn, Dearborn Public Schools, Salina Elementary, Salina Intermediate, and Edsel Ford on a great community cleanup day. Thank you to William Ali and all the sponsors who made the day possible. Continue reading
Please try and attend our PTSA meeting tonight- Tuesday, October 20th at 7pm in the cafeteria. We value your input and voice! Please join us and hear about all the opportunities that Edsel Ford provides for its students, families and stakeholders.
Welcome to my new Blog – I look forward to sharing all the great things happening at Edsel Ford High School- Go Thunderbirds!
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