October 26th Study Session to start at 5:30 pm

Dearborn Public Schools has moved the Monday, Oct. 26 study session on reopening schools up to 5:30 p.m.

An online form to submit public comments will open at 4 p.m. that day.

The meeting will again be broadcast live on the district’s YouTube, Facebook and cable channel. There are also limited seats available for the public. Face masks are required for those planning to attend in person.

The Board of Education voted to add the Oct. 26 study session to their schedule earlier this month when they approved continuing online learning into November. District administration plans to present more information about how sanitation and other measures would be handled when schools reopen as well as options for how schools could restart with blended learning where students divide their time between learning in school and at home.The meeting agenda will be posted Friday, Oct. 23, on the Board of Education page in the documents near the bottom of the page. Any presentations for the meetings will be linked to the agenda document once they are ready for the public.


No meal distribution October 23 at Maples Elementary, other food sites continue

Maples Parents can pick up meals from other sites from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday at the following locations:

*Bryant Middle School
* Dearborn High School
*Edsel Ford High School
* Fordson High School,
*Henry Ford Elementary
*the Dearborn Heights Campus (Howe/STEM/Berry
*Lowrey School
*McDonald Elementary
*Miller Elementary
*Salina Intermediate
*Smith Middle School
*Stout Middle School
*Woodworth Middle School.

Mask Up Dearborn Schools!

Dear parents,

While we are continuing to learn online, we want to assure the community that we are working and planning for the day we can return students to face-to-face learning in our building.  

You have a critical part to play in that plan.

Please help slow the spread of the virus by doing your part to stay safe and teaching your kids to do the same.

  • Wear face masks out in public
  • Avoid large social gatherings
  • Social distance
  • Wash your hands thoroughly and often
  • Stay home if you don’t feel well
  • Get tested if you think you may have been exposed to the virus

I know many of you are frustrated with so much about the current situation.  We are too.  But working together, we can make things better and hopefully get kids back in school sooner instead of later.  You may be getting tired of them, but we really do miss your kids!

Please help us help them.

Meanwhile, we look forward to seeing you (behind a mask and from a distance) back at our school soon.