Yep, we know about that drawer of cell phones, old iPods and outdated cameras you have at home. Most people hang onto them because they know throwing them in the garbage is not a wise idea. Luckily you can ship them for free to Planet Green to be responsibly recycled.
Even better, did you know that by recycling these items with us, Howard Elementary School will receive payment for the value?
Ready to clear out that drawer? Drop off the items at Howard School to be recycled by Planet Green. Howard School receives $$$ for these items.
Collect & Send to Planet Green Recycle:
Video Game Consoles/Handhelds
Only by working together can we make a difference.
It started with a poster contest, was followed up with an essay contest, and now this year the Response to Bullying Committee is pleased to announce
THE 2013-14 DISTRICT WIDE VIDEO CONTEST!
This is your opportunity to have your child use their talents to create a video that will become part of the District’s on-going Response to Bullying Program. The attached flyer has all the details about the contest including theme, deadline, and judging criteria.
Start working on your ideas now so you will have plenty of time to write, videotape, edit, and submit your winning entry!
Deadline for entries is February 14, 2014!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
To promote reading during National Young Readers Week, Mr. Denison read all day at school on Friday, November 15th.
The Principal Challenge is part of Pizza Hut Book It! Program’s National Young Readers Week celebration that is an annual event co-founded by Pizza Hut and the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress.
Enjoy the photos below from students who ‘assisted’ Mr. Denison throughout the day. He read ‘That Book Woman’ by Heather Henson to every student in the school. Howard students are the best!
Fall Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, November 14, Wednesday, November 20 and Thursday, November 21. Everyone benefits from parent/teacher conferences. Parents learn new things about their child and teachers gain understanding to provide a better and more personalized education. Report Cards will be handed out during these evening conferences.
Voters in Dearborn will be asked to consider a bond proposal (S.M.A.R.T Bond) to enhance building security, improve and provide additions at some Dearborn schools, enhance technology and purchase new buses. The total bond issue is $76 million. If you need more information about the bond and what it means for Howard School, you may contact the school office at 827-6350 or visit www.dearbornschools.org.
There will be no school for students on Tuesday, November 5th. Remember to vote!
Bryant Middle School invites you to a Michigan CSI Parent and Community Seminar on Monday, November 4th, 2013 at 6:30pm.
The Parent and Community Seminar presentation provides practical tools including Internet safety tips and how to:
· access the Michigan Sex Offender Registry
· understand the impact of digital footprints
· appreciate the risk of sharing photos with embedded location information
· recognize the potential dangers and legal ramification of sexting
· identify cyber-bullying warning signs and develop a plan of action if needed
The Halloween parade scheduled for this afternoon (October 31st @ 1:30) has been cancelled. Parties and other scheduled events for this afternoon are still taking place. If you will be taking your children out to Trick-or-Treat this evening, please be safe and enjoy the time with your family.
Starting November 6, every Wednesday in November is a WINS-day.
You win because you don’t need to cook dinner for the family. Your kids win because they love pizza (no really they do). The Education Foundation wins with donations from the participating Pizzeria’s. MOST IMPORTANTLY!!!!! CLASSROOMS WIN THROUGH GRANTS FROM THE FOUNDATION!!!!
So every Wednesday purchase a Pizza from one of the pizzerias listed on the attached flyer. Your order will show these local business that supporting the Foundation is beneficial to them and to the students in our classrooms. All funds raised by the Foundation go to fund teacher grants that are submitted throughout the year.
Thanks for being hungry and thanks for trying some of the best pizza in town.
The annual Howard School Halloween Parade will be held on Thursday, October 31st @ 1:30 p.m. The parade is a PBIS reward for the month of October. Students are eligible unless they have more than six yellow lights, more than one blue light, one red light or an Office Discipline referral. Additionally, students from DHS will be handing out candy to our students.
A decision to cancel the parade due to poor weather will be made by Mr. Denison and communicated through teacher blogs and a robo call from the office. Hopefully, the weather will cooperate and we be able to have the parade. Think sunny and dry!