Nominations Due April 20 for Dearborn Public Schools
Impact Award To Recognize Non-Teaching Staff
-Nominations from students and parents welcome to celebrate non-teaching staff members
Children become successful thanks to their own talents and initiative, but critical to getting them on the right track are the combined efforts of many adults, at home and in school.
Students and parents have the opportunity to make nominations for the Impact Award to recognize Dearborn Public Schools staff members, besides teachers, who make outstanding contributions to helping students, enhancing the classroom environment or providing excellent customer service in other roles.
The deadline for submitting Impact Award nominations to the Dearborn Public Schools Office is noon on Friday, April 20, 2018.
Just as the Teacher of Year award celebrates the classroom teachers, the Impact Award recognizes all other (non-teaching) staff members who demonstrate the District’s Core Values and strive to create a better Dearborn Public Schools. Nominees should be consistently professional, personable and polite as they work with students, contribute to the classroom environment, and provide overall customer service.
District employees who are eligible for the Impact Award include full or part time staff members employed with the Dearborn Public Schools for more than three years.
Examples of staff members who are eligible include Principals, Parapros, Custodians, Bus Drivers, Secretaries, Media Specialists, Food Service Staff, Social Workers, Skilled Trades, Computer Technicians, or anyone who is not a classroom teacher but works for the Dearborn Public Schools.
Previous nominees may be nominated, however previous Impact Award winners may not win again.
Nomination forms with a complete list of qualifications can be found and completed online at https://dearbornschools.org/district/news/155-2018-dearborn-public-schools-impact-award. Printed nomination forms may be requested at all school offices and the District’s Administration Office, 18700 Audette, Dearborn 48124.
Four winners will be announced on May 22 at the annual Green Tie Event, sponsored by the Dearborn Education Foundation. Winners will receive $500 and an engraved award.
For more information about nominating a staff member, or any aspect of the Impact Awards, contact the Communications Office at
313-827-3006 or email email@example.com.
Happy Spring Break!!! Be Safe!
For any Lindbergh Flyers interested in registering for Howard’s color Run on Saturday, April 28th, the registration link is below and here is a description of the events!
On Saturday, April 28th, 2018 Howard Elementary School will be hosting its 1st Annual Howard Dragon’s Color Run in honor of National Child Abuse Prevention month. There will be an untimed 5k and 1 mile fun run throughout the neighborhood where you will pass through color zones and get doused in a rainbow of color.
Prior to the race there will be free yoga classes in the park offered to all ages and experience levels. There will also be a food truck rally going on throughout the event. In addition, there will be a phenomenal feature performance from the outstanding Blue Crow Talent Circus Troupe. Prepare to be amazed! This is a super fun event for all ages that promotes the importance of our youth, education, and a life-long healthy way of living. This event will also bring our strong community together to make a difference.
April is National Child Abuse Prevention month so our goal is to bring awareness and support to two amazing charities that we will be donating 10% of the proceeds to each, Child Help- prevention and treatment for abused and neglected children and Forgotten Harvest- stopping child hunger. The rest of the proceeds will go to each Howard classroom for teacher support and the funding of educational programs. We all know how much teachers spend out of their own pockets, so this will be extremely helpful.
Event Day Saturday, April 28th, 2018
8am Free Yoga in the park for all ages and experiences levels
8:30am Food Truck Rally: Grillwich tot Stop, Shimmy Shack, Bearclaw Coffee Co., & Chicken Coupe Chicken & Waffles
8:30am Blue Crow Talent Circus Troupe: Aerial Show, Fire Breathers, Jugglers, Unicyclist, Stilt Walker
8:30am Channel 955 Promotions Team
9am Race Begins
Teacher of the Year Nomination Information!
The Albert Muirhead Teacher of the Year Award ceremonies encourage students to participate in nominating their teachers. This is the perfect way for our students to pay back the good that teachers do and say thank you!
News from the City of Dearborn
John B. O’Reilly, Jr., Mayor
Department of Public Information
Mary Laundroche, Director
February 26, 2018
Dearborn to individually test outdoor
emergency sirens on Thursday, March 8
One-by-one tests will occur periodically during the day
DEARBORN, Mich. – The City of Dearborn will be individually testing outdoor emergency sirens on Thursday, March 8. Residents and visitors should not be alarmed if they hear a nearby siren sound.
Siren tests will start about 8 a.m. on Thursday, March 8 and continue periodically throughout the testing window in different areas of the city.
Dearborn has 19 emergency outdoor sirens. Emergency personnel and technicians will sound the alarms one at a time during this Thursday, March 8 testing to ensure each is working properly and can be heard appropriately. An alarm could be sounded more than once on Thursday, March 8.
This is part of a periodic, more thorough testing of the emergency alert system. Dearborn will continue to hold citywide monthly tests on the first Saturday at 1 p.m.
Outdoor emergency sirens are designed to quickly warn people who are out-of-doors about threats, including severe weather, such as tornados, so they can take cover.
The City of Dearborn also uses the sirens when it declares a snow emergency in the winter, so residents know not to park their vehicles on the street.
Dearborn Police also distribute emergency information to residents who register for it through its Nixle alert system. Sign up at Nixle.com. Because Nixle messages are controlled by the police, they are likely to be more timely in an emergency than the city’s website or social media.
The City thanks residents for their patience during the upcoming siren testing. This work is part of ongoing efforts to ensure Dearborn provides top-quality safety measures for residents, workers and visitors in Dearborn.
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MEDIA CONTACT: Mary Laundroche (313) 943-2885
Emergency siren testing on Thursday, March 8, 2018
As you are aware we have a water main-break.
School will be in session until regular dismissal time of 3:35pm.
3rd, 4th and 5th grades will be released from the front of the school.
Kids Club personnel will be at the school until all children are picked up as early as possible.
There will be NO AFTER School activities.
Have a great break!!