Skip to toolbar

Welcome back to School!

We hope everyone had a wonderful summer and are as ready for school as we are! Please remember to check this school website and your child’s teacher’s blog for important information! Newsletters will be posted here also!

We are all looking forward to a terrific school year together!

Happy Summer!

I hope that everyone has a safe and happy summer! Lindbergh will have many construction projects going on over the summer. You are going to see a new playscape going in by Lodge Lane, a new sign and more to be announced. Please use safety when playing near these spots!

Remember our Media Center will be open on Wednesday mornings from 9-12noon. Mrs. Mazza will be our guest Media Specialist over the summer. Please have our students come and read over the summer!

There is still time to sign up for the Summer Science program! This is a wonderful 3 week camp where we will have a lot of fun learning more about Science. The registration form can be found on this website. We would love to have you!

See you all in September!
Mrs. DeNeen

Dearborn’s Got Talent! May 13th at 6:30pm

City wide event will showcase only the best high school talent in town!
Talented high school students from across Dearborn will compete for top honors at the first-ever “Dearborn’s Got Talent!” show on Tuesday, May 13, at 6:30 p.m. at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center.Tickets are on sale now! Tickets for general admission seating are $5 advance. Prices on May 13 are $7.

For more information about “Dearborn’s Got Talent” call 827-3109

February Break

Remember, February Break starts on Monday.  There will be no school the week of Feb. 17- Feb. 21. Enjoy the time off and don’t forget to read everyday. See you back in class on February 24, 2014!

Proposed Legislation Will Have Devastating Effects – Take Action Today!

Proposed Legislation Will Have Devastating Effects – Take Action Today!

Dear community member,
– 26 consecutive years of increased enrollment
– Graduation rate up 6%
– Five schools in Dearborn recognized by the state as “Beating the Odds”
– Continuous improvement on local and state tests
– A five year program allowing students to graduate with both a high school diploma and a two year college degree at no cost to parents
– Students earning millions of dollars in scholarships each year
– Districtwide Response to Bullying and Positive Behavior programs ensure a safe learning environment
– Choices for students include magnet programs, Early College program, STEM program, AP courses, and dual enrollment

Download :  Support Material.pdf

Does this sound like a school district that needs to be overhauled, reformed, and taken-over by a state controlled board? I don’t think so, but obviously some legislators in Lansing do.

Read more

District Announces 2nd Annual Response to Bullying Kick-Off Event

The Dearborn Public Schools is excited to announce that they will be starting a “Chain Reaction” against bullying behavior at their second annual Response to Bullying Kick Off event! All are welcome to attend this free event being held on Monday, October 1, 2012, starting at 6:00 pm. at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center, 15801 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn.

“Our community knows that bullying behavior can happen anywhere or anytime; in the classroom, at the park, in the mall, or on-line. This is the reason our Board of Education took on this project and why we have had such great support from our Mayor, City Council, community groups and organizations,” commented Dearborn Superintendent Mr. Brian Whiston.

Last year’s kick-off was a huge success with more than 700 community members in attendance. This year’s celebration should prove to be even more entertaining as students from around the district will have their talents on display. Student-made videos, songs, dance numbers, and other talents, all revolving around the theme of bullying, its effect on the victim, and how to be an Up-Stander, will be included in this sixty minute variety show kick-off event. Inspirational words from Dearborn Mayor Jack O’Reilly and Dearborn Schools Superintendent Brian Whiston will highlight the program.

New district policy on bullying behavior includes language that requires all Dearborn staff having any contact with students to participate in annual anti-bullying professional development on how to prevent, identify, respond to and report bullying behavior. In addition, each school will hold annual anti-bullying training for parents, track incidents of bullying, and hold three anti-bullying events each year.

Hello world!

Welcome to iBlog. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

This website has the following Plugins Activated:

  • Polls – Create simple polls and allow visitors to vote on poll questions you create.
  • Email Subscriptions – Parents and students can get email alerts everytime you make a new post to the blog.
  • Post Voting – Notice the little thumbs up and down buttons below all the content.  This allows users to let you know if they like or dislike an announcement.
  • Feedback – The Feedback (Usernoise) plugin allows visitors to quickly contact you via a popup email form.  Simple and easy to use.  See it over on the left???
  • Calendar – The calendar function has been activated, but hidden by default.  All you have to do is publish the “Calendar” Page which is currently set to Draft and hidden.
  • Wiki Pages – If you ever have the need to setup quick and easy Wiki pages, this plugin is waiting for you.  Maybe you want to setup a volunteer page where parents can add their names?  Maybe you want to allow students to signup for activities?  A wiki page is a great way to make this happen.
  • QR Codes – Notice the funny looking box in the lower right?  That is a QR code which can be used in print material so that mobile phones can scan this image and automatically be taken to your website page.  Works great with iPhone and Androids equipped with a QR Code Reader.  These are the same codes you see appearing in Magazines and newspaper ads.
  • Translation – Allows translation to any of the languages Google Translation Supports.
  • Custom Header Image – If you don’t like the current image (tree) you can upload you own photo from the dashboard.  Go to Dashboard > Appearance > Header.  You will see other default images as well as a button to upload your own photos.  If the photo is too large you can crop it using built-in tools.

You can delete these plugins at anytime or change the way your website looks.
Enjoy your new Classroom Website created using iBlog!
-Chris Kenniburg
Dearborn Public Schools