March 16, 2020

Good Evening Miller Parent(s),

Great news, in an effort to strengthen virtual learning platform Miller Elementary Administration in coordination with Dearborn Public Schools Superintendents Office have authorized the distribution of Chromebooks to the PARENTS of Miller Elementary students who DO NOT have a learning device at home.  

Chromebook Distribution Schedule 

Miller Cafeteria

Parents of Kindergarten through Second Grade Students may check out a Chromebook between 9:00 – 10:30 A.M.   

Parents of 3rd – 5th Grade Students may check out a Chromebook between 10:30 – 12 P.M.

ONLY Parents of Miller students will be allowed to sign out one Chromebook per Miller student.  Please bring a valid ID (Michigan Driver’s License or ID Card) and be prepared to provide Student(s) ID number.  Information related to home internet services was sent yesterday, but just in case here is the link: 


Mr. Radewin Awada – Principal

Mrs. Amal Abdulla – Assistant Principal

Team Miller

مساء الخير لكم جميعاً
نبأ سار ، في محاولة لتعزيز منصة التعلم الافتراضية ، قامت الإدارة بالتنسيق مع مكتب مديري مدارس ديربورن العامة بتفويض لتوزيع أجهزة الكمبيوتر على أولياء أمور طلاب ميلر الابتدائية الذين ليس لديهم جهاز تعلم في المنزل
جدول توزيع أجهزة الكمبيوتر
كافتيريا ميلر
يمكن لأولياء الروضة حتى الصف الثاني الحصول على جهاز كمبيوتر بين الساعة 9:00 – 10:30 صباحًا
يمكن لأولياء أمور طلاب الصف الثالث إلى الخامس الحصول على جهاز كمبيوتر بين الساعة 10:30 – 12 مساءً
يمكن فقط لأولياء أمور ميلر الابتدائية الحصول على جهاز كمبيوتر. يُرجى إحضار بطاقة هوية صالحة)رخصة قيادة أو بطاقة هوية ميتشيغا( والاستعداد لتقديم رقم هوية الطالب )لطلاب(. تم إرسال المعلومات المتعلقة بخدمات الإنترنت المنزلية أمس ، ولكن فقط في حالة وجود الرابطباحترام

الأستاذ رضوان عواضة – مدير المدرسة
السيدة أمل عبدالله – مديرة مساعدة
فريق ميلر


Dearborn Public Schools: Virtual Visit

We will start to provide a daily Virtual Update Effective March 16. We want to keep you updated on all of the things going on during these unusual times. Check out our new video answering many of the questions we have been getting through facebook, our emails, and other places. We plan on releasing multiple videos this week to keep you updated on this ever changing situation


COVID-19 and Dearborn Public Schools

School Closing Information-UPDATE

District Public Hotline for questions and support from 9-4pm (Monday to Friday) is  313-827-3006 or email is

All Dearborn Public Schools will be closed for students effective immediately, March 13, 2020. This is a result of Governor Whitmer’s order to close all K-12 school buildings, public, private, and boarding, starting Monday, March 16 until Sunday, April 5. 

Dearborn Public Schools spring break will take place from Monday, April 6 through Friday, April 10. Students will return to school on Monday, April 13, 2020.



June 14, 2019

Dearest Miller Families,

I hope this letter finds you in good health and spirits as we conclude a great academic year at Miller Elementary. Miller administration, staff and students thank you for the sustained support in maintaining a vibrant learning community where children remain the priority. Our efforts have strengthened our neighborhood and promoted a safe, nurturing healthy environment for students to live, learn and grow. Help your child avoid summer learning loss by ensuring they practice reading, writing and mathematics daily! Summer is a wonderful time to reflect and relax, at the same time structuring a regular time for daily reading and math practice will help students maintain the academic gains made throughout the school year and eliminate summer learning loss. Children require parent’s friendship, wisdom, guidance and support throughout the summer, now is not the time to stop learning. Create quality family time by visiting the zoo, Detroit Science Center, Belle Isle Aquarium and Conservatory, Henry Ford Museum, Greenfield Village etc. We are living in uncertain times requiring children project courage and self-confidence by using and applying their knowledge. Miller Elementary staff continue working diligently over the summer months to expand existing school improvement initiatives and opportunities in preparation for the 2019-2020 school year, we need your help.
Teachers have created personalized summer learning plan for each student on i-Ready and Zearn platforms. It is imperative all students practice reading and math daily as reading and math minutes will be closely monitored. Students have been directed to practice reading and math twenty minutes daily using i-Ready and Zearn applications. All Miller students are well versed with accessing both i-Ready and Zearn online, additionally all third through fifth grade students have Ready Common Core books to practice reading and writing and all k-5 students have Eureka Math Module workbooks they may complete over the summer. Students absent technology at home may access technology at the Dearborn Centennial Library. Student supply list will be posted on the school website by grade, enabling families to seize the great deals on school supplies over the summer. Next year’s class lists will be posted 1 week prior to the start of the 2019 – 2020 school year. Included is an updated 2019-2020 school calendar.
Wherever you are and whatever you are doing enjoy a safe, relaxing and restful summer vacation. Looking forward to a wonderful 2019 – 2020 school year!
The key is not to prioritize what is on the schedule, but to schedule your priorities – Stephen Covey.

Radewin Awada
Principal – Miller Elementary


Important dates…

No school: June 3, 4 & 5

Boat Trip 3rd -5th grades: June 6

Author Artist John Agee visits K-2: June 6

Field Day: June 7

Mobile Dentist: June 10-12

5th Grade Ceremony: June 12 at 1:00

Last day of school ½ day 11:45 dismissal: June 14


Family Literacy Event – June 8th at Henry Ford College



Family literacy event

No cost to attend! free book and literacy pack for each child ages 1-8 years


Saturday, June 8, 2019

11:00 am – 1:30 pm

REGISTRATION:  11:00 AM-11:30 AM

Henry Ford College

student center building (BLDG M)

5101 Evergreen

Dearborn, MI 48128


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  Presented by the Children and Families Program at Henry Ford College

There is no better way to build early literacy skills than to involve   the entire family! Supporting language, literacy and reading                    development of young children is the responsibility of parents, teachers, and the community.

The Children and Families Program is excited to host our 4th annual family literacy event. Families are encouraged to join us for a fun, exciting and educational morning filled with lots of fun things for little ones to do! Children will have fun while they are learning, and parents will leave with creative ideas to improve their children’s literacy skills at home.




Music Lady and musical entertainment


Face painting and pictures with characters


Fun games and hands-on stations


Raffles, refreshments and giveaways


Family nutrition and health information

RSVP by May 30, 2019 or Call 313-845-6311

Let us know how many children (and ages) and adults to expect!