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Applications for Henry Ford Early College

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Attention to Parents of 8th grade students and 8th grade students: The link to complete the HFEC application has been sent to your student’s school email. The link is also included below. Please note the following before starting the application process: 1.  You must be logged in to YOUR school email account – NOT a personal […]

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STEM Middle School Admission Information

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To all 5th grade parents that have an interest in their child attending STEM next year please review the following established process. Keep in mind that STEM is a Magnet school located on the Dearborn Heights Campus with the Michael Berry Career Center. This means that all parents are responsible for providing transportation to and from school. Our […]

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Parent Meeting Regarding Secondary Options

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On Wednesday, December 18th from 10:00-11:00 am, Shannon Peterson and representatives from the Henry Ford Early College, DCMST, Michael Berry Career Center will be presenting about secondary options available to our current 8th graders. All parents are invited to this presentation and are encouraged to attend to learn about the options available to our current […]

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Spelling Bee

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Our McCollough-Unis spelling bee is coming up! The qualifying round is January 28th, 3:30-4:30, in the Orange Planning Room. The final round will be held on February 6th, 3:30-4:30, in the gym. Sign up with your ELA teachers.

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Health Fair Today

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Press release is displayed below. The LAHC is sponsoring a health fair. Flyer in English, Arabic, and Spanish can be found here: DEARBORN— NIA funded Michigan Center for Contextual Factors in Alzheimer’s Disease (MCCFAD) in partnership with LAHC- Leaders Advancing & Helping Communities will hold a Community Health Fair on Thursday, November 7, 2019, in […]

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Vote on the BRICs Bond: Election Day is tomorrow!

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Election day is tomorrow, November 5th. Get out and vote. The BRICs bond will be on the ballot. All Schools Benefit! $240 Million  Addresses the most critical infrastructure & capacity needs Provides safety and security upgrades No increase in the millage rate  VOTE November 5, 2019 More information about the bond can be found at this link: Bond Overview