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AFTER SCHOOL Cancellations

Due to extremely cold temperatures and wind chills, all after school activities for Tuesday, January 29, 2019 are cancelled.  This includes ACCESS, Craft Club, and Arabic School.  Adult and Community Education classes will also be closed this evening (1/29/19).

The District will make an announcement later today regarding the status of school on Wednesday, January 30, 2019.



Spirit Week at Miller!

Monday: Crazy Hair Day

Tuesday: Hat Day wear your favorite hat!

Wednesday: Sports Day – wear your favorite jersey

Thursday: Holiday Spirit – wear Red & Green Day

Friday: Pajama Day – wear your favorite pajamas

PTA will be charging $1.00 per day to participate. Please turn money in to your teachers. Thank you for supporting our fundraising efforts for the Children of Yemen!



*PTA pizza sale after school




*Late Start-School begins at 9:35 a.m.




* Arabic School Registration 12-5 in the lobby

*No SCHOOL FOR Kindergartners ONLY

*PTA Meeting 9 a.m. in the Cafeteria 


Branding Campaign: TAKE THE SURVEY 

The Downtown Dearborn Development authorities and the City of Dearborn have launched the beginning of a Branding Campaign, which starts with a survey.

The survey is open to anyone, even if you don’t live in Dearborn, so definitely all staff, teachers, parents, and community ed. students are all welcome to take part. The survey is electronic and is available in English and Arabic.

Here is the link to the Branding Website-

Simply click on the We Need Your Input graphic located in the middle of the page.

Everyone who takes the survey can also have the chance to win prizes. Deadline for the survey is November 25, 2018



*PTA pizza sale after school


*No School

Don’t Forget to Vote!


*Field Trip-3rd Grade-Lincoln Park Skating Center

*Canned food drive begins



*Parent/Teacher Conferences 4-7


*PTA Meeting 9 a.m. in the Cafeteria 


DISTRICT NEWS : Press Release

Press Release #13/ 2018-19

Chatting with the Superintendent

Salina Planning Centennial Celebration

Press Release # 12/ 2018-19

Grant initiative aims to improve student health – Dearborn Shines

Press Release #11/2018-19

Students at Smith Middle School plant an apple tree as part of a healthy garden being installed at the school. Assisting them is a representative from the Friends of the Rouge River. The garden is part of a DSHINE grant the district received to encourage healthier lifestyles in students. Oct. 3, 2018
Smith Middle School students pour dirt into one of the new planters at the school on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018. The food and flower garden is part of a grant the district and its partners received to encourage healthy lifestyles in students.

Week Ahead….

Tuesday-October 9th-Mobile Dentist

Wednesday-October 10th-National Walk to School Day; Mobile Dentist

Thursday-October 11th-First Grade Zoo Field Trip; Mobile Dentist

Friday-October 12th-Half Day; PTA Meeting at 9 a.m. 

District, City, & Community Partners

District, City, & Community Partners
To Conduct  Emergency Readiness Exercise
Police, EMS, local hospitals, and school personnel will take part in June 19, 2018 practice at William Ford Elementary.
The planning started over a year ago and on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 the Dearborn Public Schools will partner with several different organizations in the city to conduct an emergency readiness exercise at William Ford Elementary School, 14749 Alber Street, Dearborn 48126.
Beginning at 8:30 a.m. and continuing until noon, residents in the area, and those traveling near the school, will see police, fire, and many other emergency personnel in and around the school.
For more information visit:


JUNE 13th- Report Cards and NWEA Parents Reports sent home. JUNE 13th-5th Grade Ceremony, 1:30 P.M. Miller Gym JUNE 14th-Last Day Of School 11:45 A.M. Dismissal   REGISTRATION FOR 2018-2019 BEGINS AUGUST 20th-BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!!


Spring Concerts

Tuesday, April 17th AT 4:00 PM KINDERGARTEN & FIRST GRADES

Thursday, April 19th AT 4:00 PM SECOND & THIRD GRADES

Friday, April 20th At 4:00 PM FOURTH & FIFTH GRADES

See you there!


Letter from Superintendent Maleyko regarding the March 14 student planned “walk-out” to honor the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy…

(Sent on behalf of Superintendent Maleyko. This can also be found on his blog-
March 8, 2018
On February 14th the breaking news reported another mass shooting, this time it was taking place at a high school in Florida.  It’s been almost a month since this tragic event occurred; students and staff have returned to the building but they will never be able to return to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School they once knew. The students, parents, and our fellow educators in Florida will have many emotional days ahead. We stand with them and support their efforts to heal as they struggle to find a new normal in their daily lives.
The horrific event in Florida once again began a national conversation about school safety, gun violence, and the steps we need to take as a society to address these issues. A loud voice in this national conversation has come from students.  Part of that student voice is being heard through a series of planned student demonstrations. On March 14th students across the country, mostly at the high school level, are organizing a “school wide walk out” beginning at 10 a.m. and lasting for 17 minutes. The event is being organized on a national level by Women’s March Youth Empower.
Anticipating that students in Dearborn will be taking part in this day of protest, administrators at each high school met with student leaders to discuss what they may be planning to do on March 14th. After talking with our students, it appears that all of our high schools will focus their assemblies on remembering and honoring the seventeen people who were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Just some of the planned activities include a moment of silence, gathering in a circle and placing seventeen flowers in the center, displaying posters/pictures of each victim and reading their names, reading statements of support for the students in Florida, and other related activities.  The students have made it clear that they want their demonstration to be meaningful and any student who isn’t willing to take this seriously should not take part.  For those students who do not wish to take part, they will be able to remain in a supervised area of the school.
As a public school district we cannot, and will not, take part in organizing these student lead walk outs but we are legally and morally obligated to honor their first amendment rights. Our role as a District is not to support or deny students from participating, rather to ensure the safety of students during their planned walk out.  Our administrative team will be working with all of our high schools, supported by the Dearborn Police, to ensure that student safety is the priority. As part of our safety plan, we will be restricting access to school property to only students and school staff.  Parents, community members, media, and others will not be allowed on school property during the 17 minute walk out.
Students will not be disciplined for taking part in the demonstrations as long as their actions remain peaceful and does not significantly disrupt the learning environment.  Students at the middle and elementary level are not expected to be part of the walk out, but schools are prepared to address each situation on an individual basis.
In the Dearborn Public Schools we value the importance of hearing a variety of viewpoints, want the young people in our schools to be critical thinkers, seek out teachable moments beyond the classroom, and strive for our students to develop thoughtful opinions based on facts and knowledge not rumor and gossip. We are confident that our students will not take advantage of this student lead event and trust that they have the maturity to honor the spirit and meaning behind it. We encourage students and parents to have a conversation prior to March 14th regarding the value and reasons for participating in any type of protest or demonstration.
Glenn Maleyko, Ph.D.

Come Join the Fun!

                          You are invited to                       

Miller’s Family Science and Engineering Night

On Monday, February 26

4:00-5:15 PM

MI Child Protection Registry

The Michigan Child Protection Registry, administered under our Secretary of State’s office, is dedicated to stopping minors, parents and other caregivers from receiving any solicitations from gambling, cigarette, alcohol, illegal drug and pornography companies via email and text messaging. You can visit the Registry at

Emergency Management

Miller Elementary School
First FIRE drill (COMPLETED). 2017-09-08 10:30
Second FIRE drill  2017-09-19 1:00 (COMPLETED)
Third FIRE drill 2017-10-09 1:30 (COMPLETED)
Fourth FIRE drill 2017-11-01 1:30 (COMPLETED)
Fifth FIRE drill 2018-05-01 09:30
First TORNADO drill  2017-09-08 10:15 (COMPLETED)
Second TORNADO drill 2018-03-01 1:30
First LOCKDOWN drill  2017-09-08 10:00 (COMPLETED)
Second LOCKDOWN drill 2018-01-08 9:30 (COMPLETED)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Third LOCKDOWN drill 2018-02-26 8:55 (COMPLETED)


There will be NO buses the first week of school. All kindergarten students will begin at 9 a.m. and end at 11:40 a.m. The kindergarten teachers will meet students in the classroom, parents are expected to drop students off and pick students up from the classroom.