The Brainstormers Visit Howard

The Brainstormers! visited Howard Elementary School recently to encourage our students to become better writers. Through this interactive assembly, students reviewed elements from the Writing Process: Characters, Setting, Activity, Problem, Solution and Title. Students were entertained during this hour-long assembly and were encouraged to, “Think it Up! and Write it Down!”. We are excited to welcome them back in February to perform some original writing pieces written by our students. The Howard PTA and The Studios of Michigan sponsored this assembly.

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Proposed Legislation Will Have Devastating Effects – Take Action Today!

Proposed Legislation Will Have Devastating Effects – Take Action Today!

Dear community member,
– 26 consecutive years of increased enrollment
– Graduation rate up 6%
– Five schools in Dearborn recognized by the state as “Beating the Odds”
– Continuous improvement on local and state tests
– A five year program allowing students to graduate with both a high school diploma and a two year college degree at no cost to parents
– Students earning millions of dollars in scholarships each year
– Districtwide Response to Bullying and Positive Behavior programs ensure a safe learning environment
– Choices for students include magnet programs, Early College program, STEM program, AP courses, and dual enrollment

Download :  Support Material.pdf

Does this sound like a school district that needs to be overhauled, reformed, and taken-over by a state controlled board? I don’t think so, but obviously some legislators in Lansing do.

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Gleaner’s Food Drive

For the past week, we have been collecting food items that will be donated to Gleaner’s Food Bank. Today, it was announced that we surpassed our goal and collected 2,258 items. Great work Howard students and parents. You should feel proud of the great job you did and know that you have helped a lot of people. The Howard community is the best!

Gleaner’s Food Drive – 2,258 cans collected!

Thank you to the student council, Mrs. Caito and Mrs. Fleming for coordinating this event.

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Howard Elementary School will hold fall Parent/Teacher Conferences on Monday, November 19th, Wednesday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th from 4 – 7:00 p.m.  Our goal is to have 100% of our parents attend conferences this year.  Teachers will be handing out report cards at this time.

Halloween Parade – Cancelled

Due to extreme weather conditions, the Halloween Parade that was supposed to take place at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31st, has been cancelled. Student will still have the opportunity to put on costumes and participate in class Halloween parties that have been planned by teachers and parents. Thank you for your understanding and support.

Bob Cipriano Memorial Cross Country Meet

A number of Howard School fourth and fifth graders participated in the first annual Bob Cipriano Memorial Cross Country meet on Friday, October 19th.  The students who participated were:  Erin Moran, Victoria Irish, Zainab Ouza, Stella Doverspike, Chloe Condo, Caden Mondtierth, Ahmed Makled, Hadi Jawad, Adnan Rammouni, Hassan Beydoun, Kate Kolongowski, Isabelle Hadous, Elisabeth Mazur, Rachel Williams, Ketzel Skazalski, Naji Elder, Mahmoud Saad, Jad Fawaz, Bauer Kubitskey and Timothy Alaziz.

Congratulations to Erin Moran, Zainab Ouza, Ahmed Makled, Kate Kolongowski and Naji Elder for winning medals at the race this year.  We are proud of their hard work and dedication.

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