On May 24, 2017 staff, students, community members, and Fordson graduates will honor Bill and Delores Brehm when they unveil the newly named Brehm Hallway at Fordson High School, 13800 Ford Road, Deaborn 48126. The ceremony will start in the…

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The Dearborn Public Schools is joining with the National AfterSchool Association (NAA) to celebrate the professionals that are at the heart of afterschool programs during “Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week” April 24-28, 2017.

“We believe afterschool professionals make a difference in…

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Robots Will Battle In Dearborn!

-FIRST FTC Competition to be held May 13, 2017 at McCollough Unis Middle School

Up to 25 teams from across the state and region will take part in the FIRST (For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Tech…

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Brigadoon on Stage at Edsel Ford High School April 27-30

The Edsel Ford High School Performing Arts Department presents the musical theatre classic Brigadoon, with music by Frederick Loewe and book/lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, April 27-30. The curtain rises Thursday-Saturday at 7 p.m. and the Sunday matinee begins at…

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DHS Video Program Premieres Student-Produced Films

- WDHS Film Festival Shorts April 27 and April 28; 6:30 p.m. doors open

WDHS Video students from Dearborn High School welcome the public to attend the premiere screening of their newest short films on Thursday, April 27 and…

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Aladdin Jr. Musical Production Features Elementary and Middle School Students from Across District

In a show of city-wide artistic Dearborn Public Schools spirit, students from 16 different schools across Dearborn will sing, act, dance or work on the crew in Stout Theater Company’s performance of Disney's “Aladdin Jr.”

The show includes 76…

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