Students were recently tested on their basic math facts and letters were sent home with students who tested below grade level. Basic Math Facts – Letter to Parents Students can get extra help with basic math facts by logging in to their Xtra Math accounts and by checking out some of these math websites. […]
Dearborn Public Schools is considering a STEM-based or arts-based program for students in 6th and 7th grade and your input is needed! (STEM stands for Science Technology, Engineering, and Math) Please take a moment to fill out this three-question survey. Parent Survey
To celebrate all of the students who have maintained the standards of PBIS this marking period, we are having a movie day on Friday, March 14th during 6th and 7th hours! PBIS Movie Reward Information Students, please register for the movie of your choice using one of the links below. Movie rooms are limited to […]
Many schools across the country celebrate reading during March and McCollough-Unis is joining in the fun! We have a month-long celebration planned full of Olympic-themed activities, competitions, and, of course, lots of reading. Click on the links below to find out how we’re celebrating reading this month! Talk to your student to find out how […]
Together with several local community organizations, Dearborn Public Library presents The Big Read Dearborn, a community-wide reading celebration and exploration of Jack London’s classic novel The Call of the Wild. The adventure begins on Saturday, March 8, 2014 at The Henry Ford with a grand kickoff featuring free books, music, activities, and Charlie Chaplin’s film The Gold Rush. Join the kickoff party and […]
School is closed next week for winter break. Don’t forget to read every day! See you on Monday, February 24th!
You’ll get a bit more beauty sleep tomorrow because it’s a late start day! School begins one hour later than normal.
In case anyone is wondering, spring begins on March 20th!