#students1stDbnSchs Updates from the week before the Holiday Break.

The annual Holiday Sing along at Geer Park. I promised the students two snow days this Wednesday and Thursday (lol) if they agreed to read for an extra 30 minutes each day. They accepted with a loud cheer. 🙂

Thank you to Larry Johnson and the Goodfellows for helping families in need. We are also grateful to Rotary, Exchange Club, The Fire Fighters and the Police along with other generous community members.

Sam Barna stopped by for a visit with our Executive Cabinet on Friday night.


Students were enthusiastic to take a selfie at Miller.

A visit to the Cotter Early Childhood Center. Staff were also enthusiastic for a selfie. Some of the pictures below include selfies at Salina Intermediate, Salina Elementary, Maples, and Oakman.

A meeting with Representative Hammoud at Shatila and our traditional selfie. 

Scott and Madison Murdoch and a visit to Fordson.

The annual Holiday Tea Party at Fordson. 

We had our traditional holiday luncheon at ASC. It is a tradition for new staff to the building to sing a holiday/Christmas song. Mr. Esseily was late so he was required to do a solo. However, his special education team stepped up and joined him for the song. What a great team.

Pictures from the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council (SSAC). We have an awesome group of student leaders. 

Academic Games at Stout,  SIP visits at Edsel Ford and Snow. Of course I got a selfie with Al. It has been a while. Lol.   

The Dearborn Amicus Club holiday luncheon. 

Pictures at the Michael Berry Center in the Culinary Arts Kitchen and more pictures from the SSAC meeting. Restorative Practices Training at ASC, Early Childhood Specialist Training and SIP visits to Nowlin, McDonald and William Ford.  Thank you to the Dearborn Fire Fighters and Police who held their annual Shop with a hero event at Walmart where they take students to receive holiday gifts.

Thespian Award Winners and a picture with Great Grandma and her Great Grand Children.  

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