Staff Websites

Grade Teacher: Email: Classroom Website:
Kindergarten Mrs. Smith
Kindergarten Ms. Mohamed
Kindergarten Mrs. Polgar
First Grade Mrs. Korte
First Grade Mrs. Lippert
First Grade Ms. MacDonald
Second Grade  Ms. Philips
Second Grade Mrs. Turk
Third Grade Mrs. Minier
Third Grade Ms. Martin
Third Grade Mrs. Schug
Fourth Grade Mrs. Pischke
Fourth Grade Mrs. Schug
Fourth Grade Ms. Fleming
Forth/Fifth Grade Ms. Martin
Fifth Grade Mrs. Dearth
Fifth Grade Ms.  Albertson
Art  Mrs. Thomas
Teacher-Librarian  Mr. Neff
Vocal Music Mrs. Ventura
Physical Education Mr. Haliburda
Resource Teacher  Ms. Conrad


2 thoughts on “Staff Websites

  1. I am trying to find a contact, like Mr. Denison, at Howard School.

    I went to Howard in the early 1950’s when it was a five room school. While there, they were adding the Gym and more class rooms. One day I was playing in the dirt from the excavation and came across a Indiam Arrowhead. I have kept it all there years. Since I am now closer to the back end of my life rather than the beginning of it, I thought it would be nice to pass this Arrowhead on to someone who would appreciate its history. Since I found it at the new foundation of the expanding school, I thought of no better place to start than the school itself. The Arrowhead is not large. Only about 1.5 inches long and about a inch wide with one of the points that the rawhide tied around to hold it on the arrow broken off. Probably the reason the Indians of the area disposed of it. Let me know it you have any interest in it. If nothing else, for a good show and tell. It certainly is a part of the history of that school and historical ground it sits on. Let me know if there is interest. I am not asking for anything it return. Only that it be kept somewhere there so past and future students can see it. It is in virtually the same condition as the day I found it. Has been in a little box with a plastice cover over it for decades. I live in California.
    Rod Jones

    • Mr. Jones,

      I would love to retrieve the arrowhead that you found on the school grounds as a young child. It would be a great item to add to our archives. If it proves to be of great value, I would consider giving it to the Dearborn Historical Museum and add your letter or other information to it as an historical perspective. Feel free to send it to:

      Howard Elementary School
      Attn: Andrew Denison
      1611 N. York Street
      Dearborn, MI 48128

      My e-mail address is and the school phone number is (313) 827-6350.

      Mr. Denison

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