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Report Cards

Dear Parents,

Hope everyone is enjoying their summer vacation. I wanted to share that report cards have been mailed out and you should be receiving it soon.

If you would like to access the report card earlier, you will be able to view it online. Below are the instructions again, in case you need them.

To log into ParentConnect you will need your PIN and password. If you have your PIN and password, you can go to the Dearborn Schools’ website ( and then click the ParentConnect link.

If you don’t know your login info, click (Need Your Login Information) link and it will prompt you to enter your email address (use the email you provided to the school and is in our system), and then click Submit. This process will email you your PIN and Password.

Once you are logged in, click on “report card marks” module

Enjoy the sunshine and stay safe!

Dearborn Jaguars FC and Dearborn Soccer Club

* Spring 2020 Flyer from the Dearborn Soccer Club and Jaguars FC*

Why Dearborn Jaguars FC & Dearborn Soccer Club? “Soccer For Everyone”

Programs for players ages 4-19 & all skills levels!

-Directors of Coaching
-Director of Goalkeeping
-40 Select Teams
-55 Recreational Teams
-17 Dearborn Jaguars Staff Coaches
-53 DSC Staff Coaches
-Over 400 Dearborn Jaguars Select Players
-Over 900 DSC Recreational Players
-Over 100 Dearborn Junior Jaguars Players
-Local Facilities that include Dearborn Public Schools, Crowley Park (The Largest Soccer Complex in Dearborn) and 5 Local Indoor Soccer Facilities

Reach out to one of our Directors or visit our website today to learn more about us!

Mo Hijazi
Dearborn Jaguars Boys Director of Coaching

Trevor King
Dearborn Jaguars Girls Director of Coaching

End of Year

Lindbergh Community,

Today marked the end of the 19-20 school year and what an unforgettable year. This year we were met with achievements, celebrations, challenges and tons of change and through it all we ended successfully. The last three months tested our ability to be able to meet challenges and change and the commitment and flexibility shown by all was unprecedented. I am extremely proud of our students, staff and parents.

To our fifth graders: Although our promotional ceremony today was a bit different, we loved being able to see you all and celebrate your accomplishments. Best of Luck in Middle School!

I wish each and everyone a well deserved summer break and hope to welcome you all back in the Fall. We will continue to update the blog over the summer as decisions are made regarding next year.

Continue smiling and spreading kindness everywhere you go 🙂

Ms. Tiba

Student Belongings

Lindbergh Families,

Thank you to all the families that came yesterday to pick up their child’s belongings and drop-off any school materials. If you didn’t have a chance to make it, please plan on coming next week on Monday or Tuesday from 10-12 pm. You will need to ring the buzzer and someone will come out to hand you your child’s belongings as well as collect any materials you have that belong to the school/teacher. The drop-off and pick-up will include medications and yearbook/spring pictures (if you ordered). Please remember that Chromebooks will be returned at the start of next year unless your child is a 5th grader or is leaving to another school.

We appreciate your support in getting these materials sorted so that we may begin our summer work to prepare for next year. Any materials not picked up by Thursday will be discarded.

Have a wonderful weekend, stay safe.

Parent Survey for the District

The State, and our District, have begun the complicated and detailed discussion on the possible reopening of schools for the 2020-21 school year. These discussions will involve experts in instruction, operations, sanitation, transportation, food service, athletics, and many other areas that are part of operating a school district. Please know that any plans developed by the Dearborn Public Schools will need to adhere to directives and Executive Orders issued by the Governor.

Your feedback is required and valued in leading these plans at the district level. Please respond to the survey by June 12, 2020. Please keep an eye out for additional parent surveys in the near future. We appreciate your support.

لجنة إعادة فتح المدرسة ١ حزيران / يونيو ٢٠٢٠-إستطلاع أراء أولياء أمور طلاب مدارس ديربرن-
بدأت الدولة ومقاطعتنا المناقشة المعقدة والمفصلة حول إمكانية إعادة فتح المدارس للسنة الدراسية 2020-٢١. ستشمل هذه المناقشات خبراء في التعليم والعمليات والصرف الصحي والنقل وخدمة الطعام وألعاب القوى والعديد من المجالات الأخرى التي تعد جزءًا من إدارة مدارس ديربورن العامه. مدرسية. يرجى العلم أن أي خطط وضعتها مدارس ديربورن العامة ستحتاج إلى الالتزام بالتوجيهات والأوامر التنفيذية الصادرة عن المحافظ.

مشاركتكم برايكم مطلوبة ومقدرة من أدارة مدارس ديربرن. يُرجى الرد على الاستطلاع بحلول ١٢ حزيران (يونيو) ٢٠٢٠. (يُرجى ترقب استطلاعات اضافية لاولياء الامور في المستقبل القريب).

Enjoy the weekend!

NEHS Induction Ceremony

Lindbergh Families,

We were so excited to be able to celebrate one of Lindbergh’s accomplishments last Thursday with our virtual NEHS induction ceremony! This is the second NEHS ceremony we have had at Lindbergh. Thank you to all of the parents and students who were able to join and be a part of welcoming the new inductees! We are so proud of our members, please feel free to watch the NEHS slideshow showcasing all of these amazing students! A huge thank you to Ms. Robey and Mrs. Hull for their leadership and guidance.

Ms. Tiba

Important Information: Material Pick-up/Drop-off

Dear Parents,

As the school year is coming to an end, we wanted to take this time to thank you for all of your continued support and understanding.  None of what we have accomplished could have been possible without the strong partnership we have as a community.  

Our plan this week is to have a day for material pick-up and drop-off.  The day is currently planned for Thursday, June 4th in the afternoon.  In order to maximize safety, we have assigned timings based on your child’s last name.  If your child’s last name begins with the letter A-M, the pick-up/drop-off time will be from 12:00-1:30pm.  If your child’s last name begins with the letter N-Z, the pick-up/drop-off time will be from 1:30-3:00pm.

We ask that students do not accompany adults and that we practice safety precautions at all times.  Please plan on coming with a mask on, practice social distancing and come in to pick up items and leave immediately.  We greatly appreciate your support in keeping everyone safe and healthy.

Below are a few important pieces of information to be aware of:

  • Pick-up/Drop-off will occur on the South Playground (near Myrte).  
  • There will be an area marked for each classroom teacher.  Student materials have been placed in brown paper bags and extra material in a plastic bag ready for pick up with your child’s name.  There will also be a basket with the teacher’s name there for you to drop off any classroom books/materials.  These items should be placed in a bag, clearly marked with your child’s name.  Please remember, some students have lots of items, so come prepared.  
  • In the lot, there will also be bins for you to drop-off:
    • library books
    • musical instruments
    • safety belts
    • service squad pins

Please clearly mark your child’s name on these items by either placing them in a bag or using a piece of masking tape.  

  • There will also be a table to pick up your child’s medicine, anything left will be disposed of according to policy.
  • If you have been collecting pop tabs, we will also have the box outside to collect those pop-tabs.
  • Yearbooks and Spring Pictures have come in, there will be a table set up for those.  5th graders will get their yearbook in their promotion bags.

Since this will all occur outside, we are hoping that the weather cooperates.  If things change, we will let you know.  

Have a wonderful day!


Parents can preview possible curriculum changes

Dearborn Public Schools is offering a chance for parents and community members to explore two new curriculum resources the District is recommending for next year – one for elementary English Language Arts and the other for some high school math. Both curriculums provide extensive digital resources that are available for school and home use.

Interested parents can view some of the materials online and then learn more about the resources during online meetings on Monday for the elementary program and Tuesday for the math program.

Both curriculum resources have gone through extensive evaluation by Dearborn teachers and have been recommended by the District’s curriculum committee. This is part of the District’s regular process to update and implement new curriculum.  Please note, these changes have not yet been approved by the Board of Education.

Elementary Reading and Writing 

Elementary parents are invited to learn more about the Benchmark Advance English Language Arts program that the District is considering for all the kindergarten through fifth grade classrooms.

Benchmark Advance © 2021 is a standards-based, core English Language Arts program. Language arts includes reading and writing and also impacts text-based resources for science and social studies.  The Benchmark program provides lessons and practice in all areas of reading including phonological awareness, phonics and word study, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.  Writing is also included.

Parents are invited to attend a Zoom meeting with Benchmark representatives for more information and a Q & A session on Monday, June 1 from 5 to 6 p.m.  Please email for information on logging into the Zoom meeting and to get login information to view a sample of the digital curriculum material.

For more information about the possible curriculum changes, contact Dr. Ross Groover, K-12 Consultant for Curriculum & Professional Development, at

No School

Dear Parents,

Please remember that Dearborn Public Schools will be closed Friday, 5/22/20-Monday, 5/25/20. We hope that everyone is able to get outside to enjoy the beautiful weather. Please remember that staff will not be available during this time.

Happy Memorial Day and Eid Mubarak to those celebrating it!

Stay safe,

Ms. Tiba

Message for 5th Grade Parents

Bryant Middle School 6th Grade Orientation Information 

If you have a current 5th grader who will be attending Bryant Middle School in the fall of the 2020-21 school year, please go to the Bryant Middle School blog page to learn more about Bryant and the opportunities for your child.  After you have viewed the information, please have your child select two extended core classes using the embedded survey.  Students must use their District gmail account to complete the survey.  Here is a link to the post on the Bryant blog:  Bryant School Blog – 6th Grade Orientation

Mr. Denison