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Important Dates to Remember

March 19 Half Day – All Students –a.m. – Students are dismissed at 12:45

Professional Development Day for staff – p.m.

March 29- April 2 No school – Spring Break 

April 5 No school – Spring Break 

May 12 – 14 No School – EID Holiday

May 28 No school – Conference Release Day

May 31 No School – Memorial Day

June 18 Last day of school for students 1/2 day a.m – Students are dismissed at 12:45

Teacher Duty Day p.m.

School Age Child Care Options

School Age Child Care Options 

Do you need Kids Club during our Hybrid Learning? We now have total ONLINE Enrollment through our new Eleyo System.  

Just go to our Eleyo Web Page  Parents will need to create an account and then begin to enroll their children. It is OK if you don’t know your Cohort schedule at this point. Go ahead and choose a schedule. When you are given your schedule by your teacher just drop us an email at and we can make that correction for you! 

Kids Club is from 7:30 a.m. until the beginning of school and the flat fee is $13 for each a.m. session. The p.m. session is from the end of school until 5:30 p.m. and the flat fee is $15.60 for each session. 

You will see sections for Kids Club and for School Age All Day Child Care. We do offer care at DuVall and Lindbergh. The hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The cost per session is $36/8 hour, $38/9 hours and $40/10 hours. Registration is on a first come first serve basis. A minimum number of students are required to offer our tuition based programs. 

Questions? Call us at 313-827-8350

Click here to view the letter on Kids Club and Child Care

Health Update

UPDATE: Per our health officer at WCHD, “Upon return from international travel, an individual should self-quarantine for 7-days, and at the end of the 7-days have another COVID PCR test that needs to be negative before the individual/student returns to school.”

Remaining Late Starts to be replaced by Half Day

Dearborn Public Schools is canceling the four remaining late starts scheduled for this year and will replace them with one half day on a Friday still to be determined.

The late starts scheduled for Feb. 10, March 10, April 21 and May 5 are canceled, and students and staff will have a regular day of school those days in whatever format the district is conducting class at that time.

Instead of the late starts, students will have a half day of school on the Friday before the district restarts learning labs.  Teachers will use the afternoon to prepare for students returning to the classroom. The district does not yet know what day that will be.  

The Board of Education has set two measures for when the district will reopen schools.  Both are based on reports from the Wayne County Health Department. Dearborn has already improved to at least a D grade on the COVID risk matrix, which is the first requirement.  The second requirement is that Wayne County, outside of Detroit, falls to a 5 percent or lower positivity rate on the weekly report.  This week’s report showed the area down to a 6.2 percent.  The most recent reports are available on the district’s COVID page.

The district expects to tell staff on a Tuesday and the public on a Wednesday when both conditions have been met.  The half day would be that Friday to allow teachers to prepare to return to working in the school buildings.  The Monday after the announcement, learning labs would restart, including those for special education programs funded through Act 18.  Students would start returning to class in buildings for blended learning two weeks later.  The board-approved reopening timeline is posted on the district’s back-to-school website.

This year’s school calendar originally included seven late start dates.  Late starts are Wednesdays about once a month where students report to class an hour later to allow the staff time for professional development before school.  This year, the three late starts in the first semester were cancelled after the district opted to have a soft start to online school.  With this announcement, the district has eliminated all the late starts for this school year.

“In a typical year, late starts are a great tool to allow staff time to come together with their peers for teambuilding and professional development,” said Superintendent Glenn Maleyko. “However, this is not a typical year, and teachers and administrators feel the time would be better used to help make a smoother transition to restarting in-school learning.”

See the revised calendar or visit our district calendar page.