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elementary3Both11/1/2021LenaweeBlissfield Elementary
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Dearborn Public Schools

Welcome to your new hometown schools!  We are glad you are here and want to welcome you to our district.  As a new parent you probably have a few questions.  We want to direct you to the proper people to make sure you can enroll your child and be a part of our learning community.

I need to enroll my child.
Contact Student Services: 313-827-3005.  You may also want to view theenrollment information here.  You will also find on this website School Attendance Areainformation and information about free lunch and breakfast in the district.

My child has special needs.
Contact our Special Education Department at 313-827-7050.  You can also contact theSpecial Education Administrative Teamon their website.

My child needs to take medicine or has special health needs.
Be sure to let our school nurses know.  You can reach them bycontacting one of our school nurseson their website.  Information is also available on immunizations and medications.

My child needs language support.
Since 1976 the Dearborn Public Schools has established language support programs for students.  Our English Learners department can help your child thrive in our schools.  Contact us at 313-827-8054 orvisit the English learners page to learn more.

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A Premiere Therapeutic Day School

With a Rigorous Academic Program

Supporting Social-Emotional Development

At Dearborn Academy, our students experience what it means to feel seen and valued for who they are. They take the lead role in determining their future, knowing that they will receive consistent and expert help to achieve their dreams.

A Warm, Caring Environment

At Dearborn Academy, we understand students’ needs — academic and emotional — and we respect the individuality of each.

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Staff in Dearborn Academy’s Elementary/ Middle School are expert in helping younger students (Grades 3-8) achieve success.

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The Dearborn Academy High School stresses the importance of respect and developing caring relationships between staff and students.

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Dearborn Academy is currentlyaccepting referrals for the 2021-2022 School Year.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

“You’ll never know the comfort I have had over the past two years, knowing that the place where my son spends the majority of his day is an environment which promotes the same moral attitudes I work so hard on at home.”

“We have dealt with 10+ years of school-related anxiety and stress (crying at drop off, refusing to go into school, perseverating on her day and “mistakes” all afternoon/night), but now… our daughter comes home from school laughing about all the fun she had in classes/with peers and wakes up excited.”

“My child graduated from Dearborn Academy in 2019 … In his last school he was afraid to return there because of daily bullying and ridicule by other classroom students. Dearborn provided a safe place, with appropriate mental health and learning/teaching experts. The report card started to look good, he passed MCAS, he wanted to go to school, he wanted to learn new things.”

Life Is a Gift:
Graduation 2021 Student Speech

By John Hegarty   Good evening and hello Class of 2021! I have been at Dearborn [Academy] since I was in 8th grade. Before I came to Dearborn I was …

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A Renewed Focus: Embracing Students’
Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Differences

Dearborn Academy staff, students and caregivers have intensified their efforts to create an environment and curriculum that embrace students’ gender identity and sexual orientation differences.   In the short video …

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Dearborn Academy Principal Sheilah Gauch Recognized as a 2021 Commonwealth Heroine

The Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women (MCSW) has selected Dearborn Academy Principal Sheilah Gauch of Melrose as a member of the Commonwealth Heroine Class of 2021. Sheilah, nominated …

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Student Reflections:
Resilience in the Face of COVID

When asked what she, her staff and students learned about resilience during this difficult year, Head of School Rebecca Altepeter decided that the authentic voice of Dearborn students would provide …

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Learn About PANS/PANDAS from Our Webinar Video

Speakers Margaret (Peggy) Chapman, CNS-BC, medical advisor, NEPANS Melissa Glynn-Hyman, LICSW, co-vice president, NE PANS/PANDAS; therapist Michelle, parent of children with PANDAS and member of the NE PANS/PANDAS Executive Board …

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Learn more about admission to Dearborn Academy

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    Back to School

    Buses

    Per MIOSHA, face masks are required on school buses.  Hand sanitizer will be available as students board the bus.

    Vaccines

    We strongly encourage all of those eligible to receive a COVID vaccine to do so.  However, COVID vaccines are not required for students or staff at this time.

    Athletics

    Currently, there are no special requirements for student athletes.  Vaccinations and weekly testing are not required, although vaccinations are strongly encouraged.  We will continue to follow guidance from health officials and the Michigan High School Athletic Association.

    Note, local school districts and county health departments that do require face masks will serve as the authority for their school facilities. This means that teams or individuals participating at those schools will follow any requirements set forth by the host school.

    Athletic attendance

    Spectators are allowed at school sporting events.  

    Travel guidance

    Beginning August 25th, any staff or student that is returning from international travel before returning to school in-person must be symptom free and provide a negative COVID test (PCR or rapid test) taken after he or she returned to the United States and prior to attending school. 

    Drinking fountains

    Drinking fountains will be available to students, with touch points disinfected frequently.  Filtered water bottle filling stations are also available in every school.

    Cleaning

    The district will continue to disinfect high-touch points areas at least once a day.

    Social distancing

    As recommended, we will strive to maintain at least three feet of distance between students in classrooms. Seating charts will be used to be able to limit and track potential exposure to viruses.  Dearborn Public Schools has some of the lowest class sizes for public schools which will help in maintaining physical distance.

    Large indoor gatherings of students and staff, if any, will be limited to half of the capacity for that room, i.e. auditorium or gym, to allow for social distancing.

    Screening tools

    Parents are reminded to keep children home if they are ill, even for non-COVID symptoms like vomiting.  Please see our When To Keep Children Home flyer.

    COVID screening forms are still available on the district website for families and staff, but parents are no longer required to screen children before they come to school each day. 

    Borrowed Chromebooks

    For now, students can hold onto the Chromebooks they borrowed from the district as long as they continue to be a Dearborn Public Schools student. Students may be asked to bring their district Chromebooks to school with them during online testing this fall.  Students who have graduated or are transferring out of the district are asked to return the Chromebooks.

    Online learning

    Only students enrolled in our new Dearborn Public Schools Virtual K-12 will be learning online only this school year. Transfers into Virtual K-12 were due by June 8. For questions about enrolling, please contact our Student Services Department at 313-827-3005.

    The district has no plans to return to online or blended learning this year where students attend in school some days and online other days.  Last year, the state implemented special rules that gave schools a lot of flexibility to provide some or all learning online without losing state funding. Currently, there are no special provisions for the 2021-22 school year.  Schools are required to provide in-school learning unless students are enrolled in approved online programs.

    Ventilation

    Schools will be taking steps to ensure there is adequate circulation of air in all buildings when students return. 

    Air handling units have been inspected to ensure that they are running properly and that all filters are clean and in good condition. Air handling units will run throughout the day to allow a greater exchange of air in the building.  Where possible, and weather permitting, windows will be open to increase air flow. The district has also received a donation of a large number of fans that have been distributed to schools and can be used to help increase the circulation of air in the building.  The district is very fortunate to have two HVAC technicians on staff and available to inspect and maintain all air handling units throughout the district. 

    Building permits

    Outside groups are again allowed to request use of school buildings and facilities.  Any group must abide by the district’s safety protocols in place at that time.

    School meals

    The district will again be providing most kindergarten to 12th grade students with the option for free lunch and breakfast at school.  Students will have assigned seating at lunch to minimize potential close contacts.  See our school menus site.

    Staff daily sign in

    Staff are required to complete a daily sign-in unless they have submitted their vaccination information to Human Resources. (See the Aug. 18 email.)  Daily screening/sign-in for unvaccinated staff is a MIOSHA requirement.

    Источник: https://dearbornschools.org/backtoschool/

    Michigan school reopening tracker: Find out if your district is starting in person or online

    Aug. 25, 2021: Almost half of Michigan students now in schools with COVID mask mandates
    Aug. 17, 2021: Michigan school mask tracker: Find rules in your district

    Originally published by Chalkbeat Detroit, a nonprofit news organization covering public education. Sign up for their newsletters here: ckbe.at/newsletters

    Updated Aug. 28, 2020. This post will be updated regularly as information comes in.

    School districts across Michigan have decided whether to begin the school year in person or online. Now, with the official start quickly approaching, school leaders are spending time perfecting their plans and preparing for challenges.

    A few dozen districts in the region are offering parents a choice between in-person learning and online learning. Many are starting the school year remotely and planning to transition to face-to-face instruction when conditions allow.

    All these plans could be moot if Gov. Gretchen Whitmer decides shortly before Sept. 8 that COVID data indicates it isn’t safe for students and staff to return to school buildings.

    Read the list below to find out how various school districts in Michigan plan to start the school year. We’ll be repeatedly updating this list to include more districts. 

    Addison Community Schools in Lenawee County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students learning in person or online.

    Adrian Public Schools in Lenawee County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning either in person or online.

    Allen Park Public Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 2 with students learning online through at least Oct. 2. The plan is to transition to in-person learning as conditions allow.

    Anchor Bay School District in Macomb County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with two options for families. Students can attend in-person classes or sign up for a fully online program.

    Ann Arbor Public Schools in Washtenaw County will begin the year Sept. 8 with learning online. The district is offering three options Under the first option, students will receive remote instruction from district teachers until the district deems it is safe to return to school buildings for in-person instruction. In the second option, students would receive remote instruction from district teachers for the whole school year. The third option will allow students to learn online at their own pace while receiving feedback from district teachers.

    Armada Area Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students learning either in person or online.

    Avondale School District in Oakland County will begin the school year Sept. 1 with students learning online, through Nov. 6. The district is also offering the option of a fully online program.

    Bay City School District in Bay County will begin the school year Sept. 1 with students learning online. The remote start will continue for the first quarter, at which point the district will transition to in-person learning if conditions allow. Parents can choose a fully online option.

    Benton Harbor Area Schools in Berrien County plans to begin the school year Aug. 31 with multiple options for families. K-8 students would choose a fully online program or a hybrid program that blends in-person and remote learning. High school students would attend fully online. The school board still needs to approve the plan.

    Berkley School District in Oakland County will begin the school year Aug. 31 online and continue until at least the end of the first marking period on Oct. 30. Once it is safe to return to in-person learning, the district will survey parents to determine which students want to continue with online learning and who will return to school buildings.

    Birmingham Public Schools has a plan to begin the school year Aug. 31 online, Superintendent Mark Dziatczak said in a note on the district’s website. The school board needs to approve the plan.

    Bloomfield Hills Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Sept. 8 online.

    Boggs School, a charter school in Detroit, will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students learning online. In a note on its website, the school said it will reevaluate the plan throughout the fall.

    Brandon School District in Oakland County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with two options: Students can attend in person or enroll in a fully online program.

    Brighton Area Schools in Livingston County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning in person four days a week. The fifth day will be spent learning online. The district also is offering online only options.

    Cadillac Area Public Schools in Wexford County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students learning in person five days a week.

    Center Line Public Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with two options. Students can attend in-person as part of a hybrid program that will have half attending Mondays and Tuesdays, the other half attending Thursdays and Fridays, and all students learning online on Wednesdays. Students can also choose a fully online option.

    Cesar Chavez Academy, a K-12 charter school in Detroit, will begin the school year Sept. 8 with in-person learning or remote learning for students in elementary and middle school. High school students might be able to attend as part of a hybrid program that includes both in-person and remote instruction, according to the reopening plan.

    Chippewa Valley Schools in Macomb County has a plan that offers parents the option of the district’s virtual academy or in-person learning. The plan still needs to be approved by the school board, but the in-person plan would be either fully in person or a hybrid version that includes both in-person and online learning.

    Clarenceville School District in Wayne and Oakland counties will begin the school year Aug. 31 online, with plans to transition students to in-person learning. The district is also offering a fully online option for students who don’t plan to make that transition.

    Clarkston Community Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students learning online. District officials say they’ll evaluate the remote learning weekly.

    Clawson Public Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Aug. 31 online. The district expects to phase in the transition to in-person learning, with most students returning in October. Elementary students would return in person five days a week, while middle and high school students would return to a hybrid program that includes in-person and online learning.

    Clintondale Community Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning either in person or online.

    Constantine Public Schools in St. Joseph County will begin the school year Aug. 24 with in-person learning for some students and online learning for others.

    Crawford-AuSable School District will offer in-person instruction, with a fully online option for those who choose.

    Crestwood School District in Wayne County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students learning online.

    Davison Community Schools in Genesee County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with some students learning in person and other students learning online.

    Dearborn Heights School District No. 7 in Wayne County planning to begin the school year Aug. 31 with students learning either in person or through a fully online program.

    Dearborn Public Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year Aug. 31 online until Oct. 1. In-person learning labs will be available for students who need social-emotional and academic assistance. When the district returns to face-to-face learning, there will still be an online only option available for students who want it.

    Detroit Public Schools Community District, the state’s largest school district, is giving parents the choice between in-person learning and online learning. The school year begins Sept. 8. Read the plan here. The district is asking parents to fill out a survey by Aug. 21 to choose an option.

    East Lansing Public Schools in Ingham County has a plan that still must be approved by the school board that includes online only instruction until at least Sept. 30. The district, which begins the school year Aug. 25, will decide then whether to continue with online learning or bring students back to school buildings. If the latter happens, students would return in phases, with the youngest students returning first.

    Eastpointe Public Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning either in person and online, or fully online.

    Ecorse Public Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year with students learning either in person or fully online.

    Escanaba Area Public Schools will offer students the options of full in-person instruction, fully online, and a hybrid.

    Farmington Public Schools in Oakland County is planning to begin the school year Aug. 31 online. The district is working with the YMCA on a plan to provide child care within its schools. The program would have a 9:1 student-to-staff ratio. The school board is expected to take action on the district’s plan Aug. 11.

    Ferndale Public Schools in Oakland County is planning to begin the school year Aug. 31 online. There will be opportunities for some students who need extra support to come into buildings for two hours a day. Read the plan here.

    Flat Rock Community Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 1 with students learning in person or fully online.

    Flint Community Schools in Genesee County began the school year Aug. 5 fully online. Classes will remain online until at least mid-September, district officials said.

    Flushing Community Schools in Genesee County will begin the school year Sept. 8 online and delay in-person instruction until at least Oct. 5.

    Fraser Public Schools in Macomb County said in a July 13 Facebook post that it “will offer face-to-face, blended and virtual learning options with curriculum created and taught by our Fraser teachers.” The school year begins Sept. 8.

    Frontier International Academy, a Detroit charter school, is beginning the school year online. The school plans to transition to in-person instruction after Sept. 30.

    Garden City Public Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year with students learning online, with plans to transition to in-person learning when it is safe.

    Gaylord Community Schools will begin the year with in-person instruction.

    Gibraltar School District in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning in person four days a week, while one day is spent learning remotely. The district is also offering a fully online option.

    Grand Blanc Community Schools in Genesee County will begin the school year Sept. 8 online. Students will transition to in-person learning when conditions allow. The district also is offering a fully online option for students who opt not to make that transition.

    Grand Haven Area Public Schools in Ottawa County will begin the school year with in-person learning and the option for online only learning.

    Grand Rapids Public Schools in Kent County has a plan that still must be approved by the school board that will have students learning online until the end of the first marking period on Oct. 21. The district will decide then whether to continue with online only or provide a mixture of online and in-person learning. The school year begins Aug. 25.

    Grosse Ile Township Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning either in person or online.

    Grosse Pointe Public Schools in Wayne County will begin with remote learning “with a gradual plan to bring everyone back,” Superintendent Gary Niehaus said in a letter to families.

    When it’s safe to do so, students whose parents chose a “traditional” school year program will return to the school building full-time or as part of a hybrid program that includes online learning. Those who choose a fully online program will continue learning from home, but parents can change programs after the first semester.

    The district also plans to offer students with the most need, such as at-risk and special education, an opportunity to return to in-person learning soon after the school year starts. Those students would receive small group in-person instruction.

    Hamtramck Public Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning online.

    Harper Woods School District in Wayne County will begin the school year with multiple options for enrollment. Students can learn in person every day, fully online, or a combination of the two.

    Haslett Public Schools will begin online-only.

    Hazel Park Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Sept. 1 with students learning either in person or fully online.

    Holland Public Schools in Ottawa County will begin the school year Aug. 26 with face to face instruction. An online only option will be offered to families who aren’t ready to return to school buildings.

    Holly Area Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students attending school online.

    Holt Public Schools is beginning the year online-only, with plans for school officials to meet weekly to evaluate plans going forward.

    Houghton-Portage Township Schools will have in-person learning to begin the year.

    Howell Public Schools in Livingston County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning either in person or online.

    Huron Valley Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students in grades K-7 learning in person two days a week and online three days a week. Students in grades 8-12 will begin the year with two weeks of remote instruction and return to a mix of in-person and online learning on Sept. 14. The district is also giving families the option of a fully online program.

    Huron Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with in-person learning and fully online learning.

    Iron Mountain Public Schools will provide face-to-face instruction, plus an option for fully online learning for those who choose.

    Kalamazoo Public Schools in Kalamazoo County will begin the school year Aug. 31 online. Students will remain learning only through the end of the first trimester, through Nov. 24. At that point, students will return to in-person learning two days a week for the second semester, while learning online the rest of the week. During the third trimester, students will be in school five days a week. Families will be able to choose an online only option.

    Lake Orion Community Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning online. The district is planning for a return to in-person learning by Nov. 9, after the end of the first marking period.

    Lakeview Public Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with two options for families. A hybrid option will have students spending half their time learning in person and the other half learning online. Another option provides fully online learning.

    Lake Shore Public Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students either enrolled in a phased in, in-person learning program or in a fully online program.

    Lamphere Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students learning online. The remote learning will continue throughout the first quarter, which ends Oct. 30. The district will decide then whether to begin in-person learning.

    L’Anse Creuse Public Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year with students either learning in person or fully online.

    Lansing School District in Ingham County is beginning the school year Aug. 31 online. Students will receive a combination of live instruction from teachers and some self-paced learning. The district announced Aug. 6 that all sports and extracurricular activities have been canceled.

    Lapeer Community Schools in Lapeer County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning online. The district hopes to begin in-person instruction by Oct. 5.

    Lincoln Park Public Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year with students learning either in person or fully online.

    Livonia Public Schools in Wayne County is beginning the school year Sept. 8 online. The remote start will be followed by a gradual return to in-person learning. Parents are being asked to decide if they want that option or a fully online option.

    Madison District Public Schools in Oakland County is beginning the school year Sept. 8 online, with plans to reassess at the end of the first marking period, which is Nov. 13.

    Marquette Area Public Schools will start the year with full face-to-face instruction, with possible movement to online learning if the local health department determines there is an uptick in community spread and strains on local health capacity.

    Mason Public Schools will begin the year with full remote learning. That plan will be re-evaluated Sept. 14.

    Melvindale-Northern Allen Park Schools in Wayne County is beginning the school year Aug. 31 online, with plans to transition to in-person learning when conditions are safe.

    Menominee Area Public Schools will begin the year with in-person instruction.

    Michigan Center Schools in Jackson County is beginning the school year Aug. 26 with two options for parents. Students will either learn in person five days a week or parents can choose an online only option.

    Midland Public Schools is offering students three options:full face-to-face instruction five days a week, a hybrid online and in-person model for middle and high schools, and fully online.

    Monroe Public Schools in Monroe County is beginning the school year Sept. 2 with several options. Students can attend online via a program that assigns students to district teachers, a self-paced online option, or through learning labs that will allow students to be in school buildings while learning remotely.

    Mount Clemens Public Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning online. The district expects to transition to in person instruction by Oct. 2.

    New Haven Public Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning either in person or online.

    Northville Public Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 8 online, with plans to gradually reopen for in-person learning in early October. Students enrolled in special education programs will be transitioned to in-person learning throughout September. Families can also choose a fully online program that does not include a shift to face-to-face instruction.

    Norway-Vulcan Area Schools started the year with in-person instruction, with an option of online learning for those who choose.

    Novi Community Schools in Oakland County is planning to open the school year Sept. 8 with two options: a hybrid of in-person learning and online learning or a fully virtual option.

    Oak Park Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year with students learning online through the first marking period, which is Oct. 30.

    Okemos Public Schools will be online only as long as the region is in pandemic Phase 4. If the region moves to Phase 5, there will be several weeks of continued online learning while the district gears up for students to return to buildings.

    Otsego Public Schools in Allegan County will begin the school year with a hybrid plan that will involve students attending school both in person and online. The district is also offering students an online only option.

    Owosso Public Schools in Shiawassee County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning either in person or online.

    Oxford Community Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with the option between in-person learning and a fully online program.

    Pontiac School District in Oakland County is beginning the school year using a hybrid model. Students will attend school in person two days a week, then learn remotely for three days. Families can also choose an online only option.

    Plymouth-Canton Community Schools in Wayne County plans to begin the school year Sept. 8 online. The district will phase in small groups of students to in-person learning beginning the first week of October, according to information on the district’s website. The school board still has to approve the plan.

    Pontiac School District in Oakland County is beginning the school year using a hybrid model. Students will attend school in person two days a week, then learn remotely for three days. Families can also choose an online only option.

    Portage Public Schools in Kalamazoo County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with K-5 students attending school in person Monday through Friday, and online on Fridays. Elementary families can also choose an online only option. Students in grades 6-12 will attend school online. They have the option to complete their virtual learning inside a school building where they would also have access to academic and social-emotional support.

    Redford Union Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year with students learning online.

    Richmond Community Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning in person or online.

    River Rouge School District in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning online. The plan is to transition to in-person learning (face-to-face every day or a combination of face-to-face and online learning) when it is safe to do so.

    Riverside Academy, a charter school in Dearborn, will begin the school year online. The school plans to transition to in-person learning by Sept. 30.

    Riverview Community School District in Wayne County will begin the school year with students learning either face-to-face or fully online.

    Rochester Community Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Sept. 1 with remote learning until Oct. 1, when officials anticipate transitioning to in-person learning. Students signed up for the district’s virtual academy would continue attending school fully online.

    Romeo Community Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with some students learning both in person and online, while others will learn fully online.

    Romulus Community Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning online. The district plans to reexamine this decision before Nov. 6.

    Roseville Community Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year with students learning either in person or online.

    Royal Oak Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning online until Nov. 6, the end of the first quarter. There is a fully online option for students who want to keep learning at home when the district returns to in-person instruction.

    Saginaw Public Schools in Saginaw County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students learning through a hybrid model of in-person and online learning or fully online.

    Sault Area Public Schools will return students to classrooms for in-person instruction.

    Southfield Public Schools in Oakland County is beginning the year Aug. 31 with online instruction. The district is also reportedly opening one of its school buildings to children under the age of 13 whose parents need to work or have other circumstances that prevent them from helping their children with online schoolwork. The district will provide child care and allow the students to complete their remote learning in the building. It will cost parents $200 a week.

    The district is asking parents to decide by Aug. 9 between remaining online throughout the school year or returning to school buildings when the district opts to return to in-person learning.

    Southgate Community Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 1 with students learning online. The district plans to reevaluate the decision Oct. 13 with a possible return to in-person learning Nov. 9.

    South Lake Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning online. The district will reassess whether to transition to in-person instruction on Sept. 23.

    South Lyon Community Schools in Oakland County will begin the school year Sept. 8 online, with plans to phase in face-to-face instruction after four weeks. There will be an online option for students who opt not to transition to in-person instruction.

    South Redford School District in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning online. The district plans to transition to in-person instruction, with a fully online option available for students who want to continue learning at home.

    Taylor School District in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 8 online until Sept. 25. There will be a gradual return to in-person learning. Families also have the option of a fully online program.

    Traverse City Area Public Schools in Grand Traverse County will begin the school on Sept. 8 online. The district will transition to face-to-face learning beginning Sept. 21. A fully online option will also be available.

    Trenton Public Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with K-5 students learning in person two days a week and online three days a week, while students in grades 6-12 would learn online. There will also be a fully online option for elementary students who opt not to return in person. The plan will be revisited after Sept. 30.

    Troy School District in Oakland County will begin the school year Sept. 1 with students learning online.

    University Preparatory Schools in Detroit, a network of charter schools, will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students learning online.

    Utica Community Schools in Macomb County is planning to open the school year Sept. 1 online. Families will be able to choose a remote program that will have students returning to in-person instruction when it’s safe, or an online only program.

    Van Buren Public Schools in Wayne County hasn’t adopted a plan yet. Superintendent Peter Kudlak said in an Aug. 5 Facebook Live session that the board will likely vote on a plan that includes three possibilities: fully online learning, a hybrid plan that involves online learning and in-person learning, and an in-person plan that involves students learning face-to-face five days a week. Kudlak said the school district will likely be starting the school year with the first and third scenarios.

    Van Dyke Public Schools in Macomb County will begin the school year with students learning online. The district plans to transition to in-person learning when conditions allow.

    Walled Lake Consolidated Schools in Oakland County is planning to begin the school year Aug. 31 online and stay online until at least Oct. 30. A fully virtual option will be available for students who opt not to return to school buildings when the district transitions to in-person learning.

    Warren Consolidated Schools in Macomb County is starting the school year Sept. 8 with students learning online.

    Warren Woods Public Schools in Macomb County is starting the school year Aug. 31 with students learning online.

    Waterford School District in Oakland County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with students learning online. The remote start will last for about 10 weeks, with plans to reevaluate in five weeks. A fully online option is also available.

    Wayne-Westland Community Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 1 online. Students will continue learning online until at least Oct. 23.

    West Bloomfield School District in Oakland County will begin the school year Aug. 26. There will be a fully online option for families as well as a hybrid option. As part of the hybrid option, K-8 students will attend school in-person and learn online, while all high school students will learn online.

    West Ottawa Public Schools in Ottawa County will begin the school year Sept. 1 with two options for families. Students can either attend in-person five days a week or attend fully online.

    West Village Academy, a charter school in Dearborn, will begin the school year Sept. 8 with students learning online. The school plans to transition to in-person learning after the end of the first marking period, which is Nov. 10.

    Westwood Community School District in Wayne County will begin the school year Aug. 31 with two options for families. Students can attend in person two days a week and online three days a week or attend fully online.

    Woodhaven-Brownstown School District in Wayne County will begin the school year Sept. 8 with two options for families. Students can begin the year online, with plans to return to in-person learning Sept. 28. Or they can remain online when others return to buildings, though there would be some in-person learning opportunities for students enrolled in programs such as career and technical education and Advanced Placement.

    Wyandotte Public Schools in Wayne County will begin the school year with students learning online for the month of September.

    Источник: https://www.bridgemi.com/talent-education/michigan-school-reopening-tracker-find-out-if-your-district-starting-person-or
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    Dearborn Public Schools

    Welcome to your new hometown schools!  We are glad you are here and want to welcome you to our district.  As a new parent you probably have a few questions.  We want to direct you to the proper people to make sure you can enroll your child and be a part of our learning community.

    I need to enroll my child.
    Contact Student Services: 313-827-3005.  You may also want to are dearborn schools open today theenrollment information here.  You will also find on this website School Attendance Areainformation and information about free lunch and breakfast in the district.

    My child has special needs.
    Contact our Special Education Department at 313-827-7050.  You can also contact theSpecial Education Administrative Teamon their website.

    My child needs to take medicine or has special health needs.
    Be sure to let our school nurses know.  You can reach them bycontacting one of our school nurseson their website.  Information is also available on immunizations and medications.

    My child needs language support.
    Since 1976 the Dearborn Public Schools has established language support programs for students.  Our English Learners department can help your child thrive in our schools.  Contact us at 313-827-8054 orvisit the English learners page to learn more.

    School Websites 

    Back to School

    Buses

    Per MIOSHA, face masks are required on school buses.  Hand sanitizer will be available as students board the bus.

    Vaccines

    We strongly encourage all of those eligible to receive a COVID vaccine to do so.  However, COVID vaccines are not required for students or staff at this time.

    Athletics

    Currently, there are no special requirements for student athletes.  Vaccinations and weekly testing are not required, although vaccinations are strongly encouraged.  We will continue to follow guidance from health officials and the Michigan High School Athletic Association.

    Note, local school districts and county health departments that do require face masks will serve northwest community credit union portland or the authority for their school facilities. This means that teams or individuals participating at those schools will follow any requirements set forth by the host school.

    Athletic attendance

    Spectators are allowed at school sporting events.  

    Travel guidance

    Beginning August 25th, any staff or student that is returning from international travel before returning to school in-person must be symptom free and provide a negative COVID test (PCR or rapid test) taken after he or she returned to the United States and prior to attending school. 

    Drinking fountains

    Drinking fountains will be available to students, with touch points disinfected frequently.  Filtered water bottle filling stations are also available in every school.

    Cleaning

    The district will continue to disinfect high-touch points areas at least once a day.

    Social distancing

    As recommended, we will strive to maintain at least three feet of distance between students in classrooms. Seating charts will be used to be able to limit and track potential exposure to viruses.  Dearborn Public Schools has some of the lowest class sizes for public schools which will help in maintaining physical distance.

    Large indoor gatherings of students and staff, if any, will be limited to half of the capacity for that room, i.e. auditorium or gym, to allow for social distancing.

    Screening tools

    Parents are reminded to keep children home if they are ill, even for non-COVID symptoms like vomiting.  Please see our When To Keep Children Home flyer.

    COVID screening forms are still available on the district website for families and staff, but parents are no longer required to screen children before they come to school each day. 

    Borrowed Chromebooks

    For now, students can hold onto the Chromebooks they borrowed from the district as long as they continue to be a Dearborn Public Schools student. Students may be asked to bring their district Chromebooks to school with them during online testing this fall.  Students who have graduated or are transferring out of the district are asked to return the Chromebooks.

    Online learning

    Only students enrolled in our new Dearborn Public Schools Virtual K-12 will be learning online only this school year. Transfers into Virtual K-12 were due by June 8. For questions about enrolling, please contact our Student Services Department at 313-827-3005.

    The district has no plans to return to online or blended learning this year where students attend in school some days and online other days.  Last year, the state implemented special rules that gave schools a lot of flexibility to provide some or all learning online without losing state funding. Currently, there are no special provisions for the 2021-22 school year.  Schools are required to provide in-school learning unless students are enrolled in approved online programs.

    Ventilation

    Schools will be taking steps to ensure there is adequate circulation of air in all buildings when students return. 

    Air handling units have been inspected to ensure that they are running properly and that all filters are clean and in good condition. Air handling units will run throughout the day to allow a greater exchange of air in the building.  Where possible, and weather permitting, windows will be open to increase air flow. The district has also received a donation of a large number of fans that have been distributed to schools and can be used to help increase the circulation of air in the building.  The district is very fortunate to have two HVAC technicians on staff and available to inspect and maintain all air handling units throughout the district. 

    Building permits

    Outside groups are again allowed to request use of school buildings and facilities.  Any group must abide by the district’s safety protocols in place at that time.

    School meals

    The district will again be providing most kindergarten to 12th grade students with the option for free lunch and breakfast at school.  Students will have assigned seating at lunch to minimize potential close contacts.  See our school menus site.

    Staff daily sign in

    Staff are required to complete a daily sign-in unless they have submitted their vaccination information to Human Resources. (See the Aug. 18 email.)  Daily screening/sign-in for unvaccinated staff is a MIOSHA requirement.

    Источник: https://dearbornschools.org/backtoschool/

    Dearborn Public Schools pushing back start times for fall


    Students at Dearborn Public Schools will get a little more shut-eye this fall, alpha bank housing loan calculator the district announced Tuesday that it is pushing start times by 20 to 30 minutes as students return to full-time, in-person learning.

    Fordson, Dearborn, and Edsel Ford high schools and STEM Middle School will start 30 minutes later at 7:50 a.m. and run until 2:45 p.m., with half-days ending at 10:55 a.m, according to a news release. First bell allowing students into the building will be at 7:40 a.m.  

    “For years, we have been looking at ways to move high school start times later because research shows teens learn better later are dearborn schools open today the day,” superintendent Glenn Maleyko said in a written statement. “Returning from the hybrid schedule gave us a perfect opportunity to reset class times to hopefully better meet the needs of all students and families.”

    Other metro Detroit school districts have joined this bandwagon. Novi schools plan to implement later start times this fall as well. 

    “In the end, you can’t fight biology and the data is clear. I think this is the right thing to do for all our kids," Novi treasurer Kathy Hood said in February 2020. 

    ClickOnDetroit reported that Oakland County's Berkley High School delayed start times back in 2018. South Lake Schools in St. Are dearborn schools open today Shores pushed back first hour in 2017, in an effort to get teens better sleep and academic success. 

    More: Novi plan to change school start times delayed as union, administrators negotiate 

    Middle schools and kindergarten to eighth-grade schools will start 25 minutes later at 8:25 a.m. to 3:20 p.m., with half-days ending at 11:30 a.m., according to the release. This includes Lowrey School, McCollough Elementary, Salina Elementary, and Salina Intermediate. The first bell allowing middle school students into the are dearborn schools open today will be at 8:15 a.m.

    Elementary schools will start 20 minutes later at 9 a.m. to 3:55 p.m., with half-days ending at 12:05 p.m. The first bell allowing students into the building will be at 8:55 a.m., the release said.

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    The other high schools and high school programs — Henry Ford Early College (all programs); JosГ© luis martГ­nez almeida Berry Career Center; Magnet High School; and the Dearborn Center for Math, Science and Technology will run from 8:05 a.m. to 2:25 p.m. each day with half- days ending at 10:45 a.m. 

    Tentative virtual K-12 classes at Dearborn will run at the same time as in-person classes, according to the release.

    Contact Minnah Arshad: [email protected] and follow her on Twitter @minnaharshad. 

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    Источник: https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/wayne/2021/06/22/students-dearborn-public-schools-later-start-fall/5304841001/

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    Non-Discrimination Policy

    The District will not discriminate against any person based on sex, race, color, national origin, religion, height, weight, marital status, handicap, age or disability. The Board reaffirms its long-standing policy of compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination including, but not limited to, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, are dearborn schools open today U.S.C. §§ 2000d. et.seq.; and 42 U.S.C §§ 2000e, et seq.; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, 20 U.S.C. §§ 1681, et seq.; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C § 794; The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, 42 U.S.C. §§ 1210, et seq.; the Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act, MCL §§37.1101, et seq.; and the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act, MCL §§ 37.12101, et seq.
    Inquiries or complaints by students and/or their parent(s)/guardian(s) related to discrimination based on disability/handicap should be directed to


    Assistant Principal/Mr. Michael Flannery  

    Henry Ford Academy
    20900 Oakwood Blvd
    Dearborn, MI 48124
    (313) 982-6191

    [email protected]

     

    Discrimination and Harassment (Title IX) Grievance Procedures

    Henry Ford Academy is dedicated to maintaining a school and work environment free from unlawful sexual discrimination in all aspects of the educational experience, including academics, extracurricular activities, and athletics.  

     

    Reporting and grievance procedures for Henry Ford Academy.  

    1. Report the situation to a staff member, administrator

    2. Staff members promptly notifies Title IX coordinator

    3. Title IX coordinator promptly begins a Title IX investigation

    4. Title IX Investigation Steps:

      1. Explanation of Complaint is recorded

      2. Investigation and collection of evidence

      3. Remedies and actions taken

      4. Closure

    Title IX Coordinator/Mr .Michael  Flannery

    Henry Ford Academy

    20900 Oakwood Blvd

    Dearborn MI, 48124

    313-982-6191

    [email protected]

     

     

    Источник: https://hfa-dearborn.org/

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