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ACCESS Back to School Health Fair

ACCESS’ Child and Adolescent Health Center and School Based Initiative Program are offering FREE physicals and immunizations on a first come, first serve basis to all youth, ages 5-18. Bring all school physicals and immunization records with you.  The health fair will take place on August 15th and 16th from 10am-4pm at 6450 Maple St. Dearborn, MI 48126.

Back to School Health Fair Flyer

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: https://firstbell.dearbornschools.org/

UPCOMING EVENTS

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!!

COME JOIN US!

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!

Literacy Night at Miller!

We had a great time celebrating Literacy with the Miller community!  

Students and parents playing BINGO to win some books!

Shaving cream writing…… Miller does rock!

More writing with shaving cream!

Students are taking a book walk in the gym.

 Students and parents reading under the stars with flash lights!

Students playing Boggle!

Playing Roll A Sight Word with Mrs. Mroue!

Students making a book mark with Mrs. Mills!

 

Students stop to take a picture holding our vision statement – Students First!

LETTER FROM SUPERINTENDENT MALEYKO

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- https://superintendent.dearbornschools.org/)
March 8, 2018
Greetings,
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.
Sincerely,
Glenn Maleyko, Ph.D.
Superintendent

Outdoor Siren Testing – Thursday, March 8, 2018

News from the City of Dearborn

John B. O’Reilly, Jr., Mayor

www.cityofdearborn.org

Department of Public Information

Mary Laundroche, Director

313-943-2285

February 27, 2018                         Dearborn to individually test outdoor emergency sirens on Thursday, March 8

One-by-one tests will occur periodically during the day

DEARBORN, Mich. – The City of Dearborn will be individually testing outdoor emergency sirens on Thursday, March 8.  Residents and visitors should not be alarmed if they hear a nearby siren sound. Siren tests will start about 8 a.m. on Thursday, March 8 and continue periodically throughout the testing window in different areas of the city.  Dearborn has 19 emergency outdoor sirens.  Emergency personnel and technicians will sound the alarms one at a time during this Thursday, March 8 testing to ensure each is working properly and can be heard appropriately.  An alarm could be sounded more than once on Thursday, March 8. This is part of a periodic, more thorough testing of the emergency alert system.  Dearborn will continue to hold citywide monthly tests on the first Saturday at 1 p.m.  Outdoor emergency sirens are designed to quickly warn people who are out-of-doors about threats, including severe weather, such as tornados, so they can take cover. The City of Dearborn also uses the sirens when it declares a snow emergency in the winter, so residents know not to park their vehicles on the street. In an actual emergency– if time allows– information may also posted on the City website at www.cityofdearborn.org and on social media at www.Facebook.com/cityofdearborn.   Dearborn Police also distribute emergency information to residents who register for it through its Nixle alert system.  Sign up at Nixle.com.  Because Nixle messages are controlled by the police, they are likely to be more timely in an emergency than the city’s website or social media. The City thanks residents for their patience during the upcoming siren testing.  This work is part of ongoing efforts to ensure Dearborn provides top-quality safety measures for residents, workers and visitors in Dearborn.

 

 تقوم بلديه  ديربورن لاختبارات فرديه لصفارات الانذار في حالات الطوارئ يوم الخميس، ٨ اذار/ مارس ٢٠١٨.

وسوف تحدث الاختبارات واحدة تلو الأخرى بشكل دوري خلال النهار

ستبدأ اختبارات صفارات الإنذار حوالي الساعة ٨ صباحا يوم الخميس ٨ اذار/ مارس، ٢٠١٨  وتستمر دوريا في مناطق مختلفة من المدينة.  مدينه ديربورن لديها ١٩ صفاره انذار لحالات الطوارئ . سوف أفراد الطوارئ والفنيين . وسوف تستمر مدينة ديربورن فى اجراء اختبارات شهرية على مستوى المدينة فى يوم السبت الاول من كل شهر . صممت صفارات الانذار في حالات الطوارئ لتحذير بسرعة الناس الذين هم في الخارج حول التهديدات، بما في ذلك الطقس القاسي،  كالأعاصير. وتستخدم مدينة ديربورن أيضا صفارات الانذار عندما تعلن حالة طوارئ الثلوج في فصل الشتاء، لكي لا يركن  السكان سياراتهم في الشارع . – المعلومات قد نشرت أيضا على موقع المدينة في www.cityofdearborn.org وعلى وسائل الاعلام الاجتماعية في www.Facebook.com/cityofdearborn.

كما تقوم شرطة ديربورن بتوزيع المعلومات الطارئة على المقيمين الذين يسجلون من خلال نظام الإنذار الخاص ب نيكسل. الاشتراك في Nixle.com. وتشكر سكان مدينه ديربورن على صبرهم خلال اختبار صفارات الانذار القادمة. هذا العمل هو جزء من الجهود المستمرة لضمان توفر سلامه عاليه لسكان وعمال وزوار مدينة  ديربورن.

March is Reading Month

Miller students are….

Wild About Reading!

Each March, Miller school comes together to celebrate reading through March is Reading Month. We hope to refresh and rejuvenate our young readers. It is a perfect opportunity for families to reset home reading patterns and to model and encourage recreational reading. Our theme this year is Wild About Reading!  A calendar of the months activities is listed below.

March is Reading Month Calendar-2018 (1)

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 www.ProtectMIChild.com.

Happy New Year Miller Mustangs!

Happy New Year to all our Miller families! We hope you are all enjoying a wonderful break.   From everyone here at Miller Elementary, we wish you a happy New Year filled with lots of learning and new skills. We look forward to another great year with you all.  Stay warm and remember to … We … Read more

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)

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KINDERGARTEN INFORMATION

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.

NOTICE: School Safety Zone Enforcement

Download the Signed School Zone Safety letter  to see fines and other traffic violations police will be enforcing. Ensuring the safety of all students is a paramount objective of both the Dearborn Public Schools and the Dearborn Police Department. An area of common complaints and concern is traffic related issues in school zones during student drop … Read more

Suggested Grade Level Supply List

Please select the appropriate grade to view the suggested school supply list.

Kindergarten
1st Grade
2nd Grade
3rd Grade
4th Grade
5th Grade

3rd Grade Suggested Supply List-UPDATED

 

  • 4 Folders with Prongs
  • One 5-subject Notebook
  • Pack of Pencils
  • Black and white journal
  • Yellow Highlighter
  • 2 Packs of loose leaf paper
  • 2 tissue boxes
  • 1 Glue stick
  • Box of Crayons (24 count)
  • Crayon box to put all supplies in
  • A pack of EXPO dry erase markers
  • Small Sharpener
  • 1 box of ziploc bags (sandwich, quart, or gallon size)
  • Clorox wipes
  • 1 Large Hand sanitizer

5th Grade Promotion

Dear Parents and Guardians of the 5th grade class of 2017,

You are cordially invited to attend the Miller Annual 5th grade Promotion Ceremony arranged for Thursday, June 15 at 1:30 p.m.  On Friday, June 16, will be the last day and half day of school.  Students will be dismissed at 11:45 a.m.

Miller 5th Grade Class of 2017

Summer Meals for School-Aged Children

Summer Meals for School-Aged Children

If you have a school-aged student in need of breakfast and lunch this summer, simply text “FOOD” to 877877 and receive a message back with a location closest to where they can get free summer meals.
Even if you aren’t in need, someone else’s kids are. No child deserves to go hungry, ever. This is a nationwide program so please share for all of the children who are struggling to get enough food.

For instance: These are the results for 48128 – Your nearest summer meals site is: Thorne Elementary School 25251 Annapolis Dearborn Heights MI 48125. Open: 6/19/17-8/17/17, M T W TH for lunch/supper 11:15-12:45 Your nearest summer meals site is: Tomlinson Middle School 25912 Annapolis Inkster MI 48141. Open: 6/26/17-8/17/17, M T W TH for lunch/supper 11:15-12:45 Your nearest summer meals site is: Miller Elementary 4824 Lois Dearborn MI 48126. Open: 7/10/17-7/28/17, M T W TH F for breakfast 8:00-9:30, lunch/supper 11:00-1:00

Boat Trip Grades 3-5, May 16

Click here for the letter sent home with students today.

Tomorrow is Miller’s First Annual Boat Trip!

Few reminders for the trip:

  • Bagged lunch (brown paper bag or plastic only).  No food or drinks are allowed on the boat.
  • NO DRINKS ALLOWED – School will provide bottled water.
  • Students can purchase snacks from the concession stands on the boat.
  • Please wear comfortable shoes for walking.
  • All chaperones must stay with their child(ren).

All chaperones, please read below:
Chaperones:

So that we may work together for a safe trip, Diamond Jack’s River Tours would like you to be aware of the responsibilities required of your chaperones on board the vessels during school trips.  We ask that the chaperones move among the students to supervise as assigned by the teacher.

Diamond Jack’s River Tours reserves the right to end the trip without refund, if the Captain observes the group is acting in an unsafe manner.

Following are the major points regarding improper behavior that the chaperones should be ready to act upon immediately.  Chaperones should notify the teacher or crew of any ongoing problems.

  1. Running on board the vessels
  2. Climbing on the railings
  3. Standing on the furniture
  4. Hanging outside the windows
  5. Horse play
  6. Garbage should be placed in proper container.

PARENT SURVEY – PLEASE COMPLETE

Please take a few moments to respond to the survey, click on the link here.  Thank you for your help!

Dear Parent/Guardian,

Miller ES and all Dearborn Schools are involved in an ongoing continuous improvement process, of which parents and guardians are an integral part. Miller ES is using the AdvancED Parent Survey as a means to elicit your opinions to help target areas for the school system to improve and areas to continue to be effective. Your opinion is important to us, and we ask that you take the time to complete this survey. The online survey will be available from 5/9/17 to 5/31/17. In order to complete the survey, please click on this link: https://goo.gl/GSx4xK 

Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous and your honest opinions are appreciated. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact your school principal at awadar@dearbornschools.org or visit the link to Frequently Asked Questions. Thank you in advance for supporting Miller ES improvement efforts.
Your cooperation and support in completing the parent survey will be greatly appreciated. Sincerely,
Principal
أولياء الأمور الكرام ،

مدرستنا وجميع مدارس ديربورن في عملية تطوير و تحسين مستمرة و دائمة ،يعتبر خلالها الأهل والأوصياء جزء لا يتجزأ و جوهري لسيرها. نستخدم استطلاع رأي متطور و خاص بالأهالي كوسيلة للاطلاع على آرائهم التي من شأنها المساعدة في استهداف المناطق الفعالة والمؤثرة على سير العملية التطويرية للمدرسة. رأيك مهم بالنسبة لنا،لذا نرجو منكم الاجابة على الاستطلاع لإتمام هذه الدراسة. يتوفر استطلاع الرأي عبر شبكة الإنترنت من 5/9 _5/31 . من أجل إكمال الدراسة، يرجى الضغط على الرابط التالي : https://goo.gl/GSx4xK
نؤكد أن مشاركتكم و اجاباتكم حول هذا الاستطلاع سرية و لن يتم معرفة شخصية من قام بالاستطلاع، و أن آرائكم الصادقة هي موضع تقدير. إذا كان لديكم أي أسئلة حول هذا الاستبيان، يرجى الاتصال بمكتب المدرسة عبر البريد الالكتروني التالي <<awadar@dearbornschools.org شكرا لكم مقدما على مساندتكم ودعمكم لعملية تطوير و تحسين المدرسة .
نقدر تعاونكم ودعمكم في إكمال هذا الاستطلاع و لكم جزيل الشكر.

مدير(ة) المدرسة

Have you thanked a teacher today?

 This week is Teacher Appreciation Week May 8-12 Thank you, teachers, for all yo do 🙂 If You Give a Teacher a Student Based on the book: If you Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Joffe Numeroff If you give a teacher a student, they’re going to teach them things like math, science and grammar. … Read more

Summer STAND 2017

students taking a new direction

The Summer STAND program will be at Stout Middle School and will run Tuesdays through Thursday starting Tuesday, June 27 to Thursday, August 3.  Camp hours are from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.  Transportation and lunch will be provided.  The district will try to accommodate as many 4th and 5th graders, as well as all middle … Read more

2017 Dearborn Public Schools Impact Award

Just as the Teacher of Year of the year award celebrates the classroom teachers, the Impact award recognizes all other staff members who demonstrate the Dearborn Public School District’s Core Values and are consistently professional, personable and polite as they work with students, contribute to the classroom environment, and provide overall customer service in a variety of roles.

Deadline for submitting nominations: Friday, April 21, 2017.

Who can be nominated: Any full or part-time staff member employed with the Dearborn Public Schools for at least 3 years who provides ongoing demonstration of the District’s Core Values and is consistently personable, professional and polite as they work to create a better Dearborn Public Schools.

Examples of staff members who are eligible include Secretaries, Principals, Para pros, Custodians, Bus Drivers, Food Service Staff, Social Workers, Carpenters, Skilled Trade, Computer technicians or anyone who is not a classroom teacher but works for the Dearborn Public Schools.

Qualifications
1. The nominee must have been employed as a full or part-time staff member of the Dearborn Public Schools for at least 3 years.
2. The nominee must consistently demonstrate the District’s Core Values:
Honesty, Respect for Self and Others, Responsibility, Integrity, Courtesy, Citizenship
3. The nominee must create a better Dearborn Public Schools in the performance of their job.
4. The nominee must be personable, professional, and polite in the daily performance of their job.
5. Previous Impact Award winners may not win again.

Nomination Forms
Nomination forms can be found and completed online at https://docs.google.com/a/dearbornschools.org/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdupwQeT-U2fNR92MLPcAIhCOO6unx9FEpe9uKB1x6JmjDCaw/viewform.
Printed nomination forms are available at all school offices and should be returned to Dearborn Public Schools Administration Office, 18700 Audette, Dearborn 48124.

Download Form: Impact Award (Microsoft Word)

Selection Process: Four winners will be selected by a committee of District staff and community members based on the essays submitted.

Presentation: Winners will be presented their awards at the annual Green Tie Event sponsored by the Dearborn Education Foundation and held in May. Winners will receive a $500 cash award, engraved award, and complimentary dinner at the Green Tie Dinner on Tuesday, May 16, 2017.

Who can nominate someone for the Impact Award: Middle and High School students, staff members, parents, and other adults can submit nomination forms.

Questions: For more information about nominating a staff member or any aspect of the Impact Awards, please contact the Communications Office at 827-3006 or email communications@dearbornschools.org

Nominate a Teacher

It’s time for students to nominate their favorite Dearborn Public Schools teacher for the 2017 Alberta Muirhead Teacher of the Year Award, sponsored by the Dearborn Area Chamber of Commerce, and presented by LaFontaine Automotive Group. The deadline for submitting applications is Thursday, April 6, 2017.

TEACHER NOMINATION FORM

 

FREE Program-Parent University-March 17

Good morning Miller families, All Parents with children 6 months to 4 years of age are invited to attend Dearborn Public Schools- Parent University This free program is offered at 9 different locations from 9 a.m – 10 a.m. Please join us today, March 17 at these locations: River Oaks, Salina Elem., Whitmore-Bolles, Becker, Cotter, … Read more

A message from the School Nurse

immunization clip art

Dear Parents, The Dearborn Public Schools would like to take this opportunity to remind you about the importance of immunizing your child. Immunizations are one of the most effective measures to protect children from harmful diseases and even death. All children who attend school in Michigan are required by state law to be fully immunized. … Read more

March Newsletter

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Greetings Miller Families: The March newsletter and ‘March is Reading Month’ calendar along with ASC Parent Talk Flyer is being sent home today with the oldest child. Miller will be hosting a monthly ‘Parents as Partners’ Open House, beginning this Monday, March 6 from 9:00 -10:00 a.m. A flyer will be coming home with your child … Read more

Mandatory Kindergarten Meeting Wednesday, March 1

Attention Kindergarten Parent(s)/Guardian Recently the State of Michigan adopted into law House Bill 4822 Public Act 306, legislation which requires all current kindergarten students become proficient readers by third grade or face mandatory retention. In response, Miller Elementary and the Dearborn Public Schools are committed to partnering with parents and ensuring all children realize their … Read more

Coffee With The Superintendent

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Miller Families and Community Members: Please join us for Coffee and Conversation with the Superintendent, Dr. Glenn Maleyko, and his administrative team on March 30, 2017, at 5:30 here at Miller Elementary School. Dr. Maleyko is looking forward to being able to sit down in a very casual setting for a more free flowing dialogue to … Read more

District 2017 Kindergarten Round-Up Schedule

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Kindergarten Round-Up Schedule PDF The Dearborn Public Schools will hold a Kindergarten Round-Up meeting this spring at every elementary school in the district to give parents the opportunity to find out about their neighborhood school and enroll their child for the fall semester. The schedule of dates, times and locations is listed below. Children entering … Read more

STEM APPLICATIONS

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Ready To Be Plucked Current 5th-grade students who are interested in attending Dearborn’s STEM Middle School this fall must apply by March 17. The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Middle School (STEM) is one of the newest programs in the District and another example of the choices parents have when deciding upon the type of … Read more

Family Fun Math Night

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Please join us tonight and experience the hands-on learning power of math with your children, and enjoy an evening of fun from 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. in the Miller Cafeteria.

  •  Participation is FREE
  •  First 75 families will receive a FREE Math game (up to $15). 
  •  Parents/Guardians must stay with their children.

We are looking forward to seeing you there.

Gleaners food distribution

Gleaners food distribution is scheduled to come to Miller at 1:00 pm today Tuesday, February 7.  First come, first serve.

Parent University 2016-2017

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There are free parent workshops at 10 sites on Friday, February 17, 2017, from 9:00-10:00. The goal of this program is to provide parents (with children ages 6 months to 4 years) with classes in different developmental areas to help them to best meet the needs of their young children. These classes include Nutrition & … Read more

Miller Math Night

Miller Families, You are invited to attend our Math Night on Thursday, February 9, 2017 from 4:45 to 5:45 pm in the Miller Cafeteria. This is a fun night where students play different games that support their learning in Math. Participation is FREE! And the first 75 families will receive a FREE Math game (up … Read more

Movie Night Tomorrow 1/20/17

Friday, January 20, 2017
zootopia

Doors open for refreshments and entertainment at 4:30 pm

Bring the whole family and enjoy Zootopia!

Pizza and refreshments sold separately

Admission FREE

PARENTS – You are expected to stay with your children – This is NOT a drop-off event!

*All the funds raised by the PTA for “Movie Night” will go to support various events for our students.

School of Choice Deadlines for 2017-2018

Parents may request their students attend a Dearborn school outside their attendance area either under a School of Choice or via a Boundary Exemption Hearing. 2017-2018  School of Choice Deadline February 1, 2017, for students entering grades 6th-8th May 1, 2017, for students entering grades K-5th. Download Files: School of Choice Application Boundary Exemption Petition … Read more

Reminder: This Week

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Tomorrow, Wednesday, January 18 is Late Start.  School begins at 9:30 Thursday, January 19 – Community To Gather in Support of Public Education at (Administration Building 18700 Audette, Dearborn, 48124)  beginning at 9:30 a.m Friday, January 20 – PTA Movie Night at Miller Elem. in the cafeteria 4:30 – 5:30 pm

January Newsletter

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The January Newsletter will go home with the students today. If you would like to read or download our newsletters, they are available on our website. To view, the January Newsletter click here.

Gleaners food distribution

Due to the weather, Gleaners food distribution that was scheduled for today is cancelled.  We will notify you of a future date.

Spirit Week December 19-23

Greetings Families, Next week, Miller students will have the opportunity to engage in Spirit Week.  Every day will be a different theme. We want to make sure that everyone has a remarkable time, but we also need to make sure that all outfits are decent to be worn at school. We are looking forward to … Read more

Snowball Fights

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A snowball fight is a physical game in which balls of snow are thrown with the intention of hitting somebody else. Throwing snowballs while under the authority of the school district is STRICTLY forbidden due to the safety concerns of our students.  Students who are seen throwing snowballs on or near school property will be … Read more

PTA Better Made Forms Due Tomorrow

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This is a friendly reminder from the Miller PTA, please return your Better Made Chips Order Form with payment tomorrow Friday, December 9, 2016. Click here for the –>ORDER FORM  Chip order boxes will be available for pick-up on Monday, December 12, 2016. Help support your Miller PTA.

Empty Bowls 2016

Great job  to Mrs. Saad and the awesome creativity by Miller students for a great cause!  We raised $155.oo dollars so far. The empty Bowls raise more than $3,500.00 dollars and the money is still coming from selling the leftover bowls. The kids enjoyed making their bowls while learning about giving to others in need.

Enjoy the photos Mrs. Saad took with the second graders holding these bowls. Visit Mrs. Saad Blog for more pictures:  https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/saadn/
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December Newsletter

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The December Newsletter will go home with the students today.  If you would like to read or download our newsletters, they are available on our website.  To view, the December Newsletter click here.

Book Fair -December 5th -9th

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BOOK FAIR Dec. 5 – Dec. 9 Our Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that provides the books kids want to read. It’s a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Reading for pleasure inside and outside of school has real and long-lasting benefits. It unlocks the power of information … Read more

Literacy Parent Meetings

Dear parents/guardians, You are cordially invited to attend the literacy parent meeting in your childś classroom. The following are the literacy meeting dates and times: KG literacy meeting is on November 22 at 9:00 am 1st grade literacy meeting is on November 15 at 9:00 am 2nd grade literacy meeting is on November 29 at … Read more

Parent Teacher Conferences

Attention all parents: Parent conferences are on the evenings of November 10, 16, 17.  Make sure you have an appointment with your child’s teacher. Please be prompt as all conferences are limited to 15 minutes. This is a mandatory meeting and your attendance is required.

Wayne County Regional Enhancement Education Millage Proposal

 

School districts in Wayne County have placed a proposal on the November 8th ballot to provide added funding for our schools. It is the “Regional Enhancement Millage Proposal.”

If approved by the entire county, the 2 mil proposal will generate approximately $6.2 million from Dearborn but the District will receive $7.8 million in additional funding for our schools.  Money would go to local schools starting this year and the millage expires after six years. 

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Wayne County Regional Enhancement Education Millage Proposal

 

School districts in Wayne County have placed a proposal on the November 8th ballot to provide added funding for our schools. It is the “Regional Enhancement Millage Proposal.”

If approved by the entire county, the 2 mil proposal will generate approximately $6.2 million from Dearborn but the District will receive $7.8 million in additional funding for our schools.  Money would go to local schools starting this year and the millage expires after six years. 

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Care to the Core Rally November 3rd

Music, Student Performances, Free Prizes, and Fun! Dealing with feelings in positive ways and helping others are two of the key messages that students from elementary through high school will share using music, stories and songs at the annual city-wide event to promote positive behavior and prevent bullying. The upbeat event titled “Care to the … Read more