Dr. Glenn Maleyko

Updates on District Events. Lots of pictures collected and the Vision is vibrant throughout the school district.

The “Students First” Vision statement which is being added to blogs all over the district, helps to provide enthusiasm for the implementation of our Strategic Plan and the achievement of success for our students.

The Korematsu Celebration at Fordson High School on February 3. Board Trustees, with teachers, administrators, members of the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council (SSAC), and Mr. Rwang, and honored guests.

The McCollough-Unis Science Fair

Bearded Dragons hatch in Mr. Bazzy’s class at Becker Elementary. A great science/cycle of life learning experience.

Walkthroughs at Howe/Montessori and a Visit with the student leadership group at Smith Middle school under the leadership of Principal Fisher.

Student Council Inauguration at McCollough-Unis. It was an awesome ceremony.

The secret service 🙂 and a picture with Music Teacher Ms. Reed.

Science Fair Award Recipients at Salina Intermediate.

A picture with Ms. Price at Salina Intermediate, a teacher that I have known since the year I was hired at Salina in 1997. She is a great advocate for students and the special education co-teaching model.  Also, the SSAC getting ready for Youth Month at the Dearborn Rotary Club.

Duvall Breakfast for Dinner, Fordson Staff and a Student picture at Edsel Ford.

Principal Casebolt, and Korematsu day photos at Fordson.

Karen Newman at the Big Band Concert a Henry Ford College/Dearborn Rotary Event. 

Gene Hunt Investiture Ceremony.

At MASA with superintendents from across the state. I brought that vision statement and even took a picture with our State Superintendent B. Whiston.