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It’s cold outside!!!! The NHS and Impi Robotics are teaming up and collecting hoodies for a local warming center. Hoodies don’t have to be new, just clean. All sizes are needed. If you have any in your possession, please drop them by Mr. Kelly's room, 208 - or Charlotte Oliver's - Room 227. The sweat shirts will be delivered to Paula Cardelli next Wednesday, February 6th for the warming center. Thank you!
Our weekly newsletter features a Dinner and Dialogue recap, as well as mentorship, mathletes, musicians, & more robotics awards.
Read stories about a big robotics team success, the district scavenger hunt recap, elementary battle of the books, STEM, DECA, Healthy Cooking, and more!
Student Activism, a spelling bee, a scavenger hunt, a Detroit Music Awards nomination, and oh so many readers. Check out this week's eblast!
This week, Superintendent Bazzi discusses school safety protocols, FHS students show off thier Black History Month decorations, the Ferndale Literacy Project reaches out, and more.
Snow Day Challenge Complete! See the photos and more including potato olympics, squash champions and other things not vegetable related in the eblast.
We are featuring stories this week including new reading and foreign language opportunities, global play days, and a snow day challenge from the Superintendent.
A message from the groundhog, elementary assembly pics, learning camp sponsors, and one sad story from our community partners, all in this weeks eblast.
Two Scholar Athletes, FEF Grants, a new Robotics challenge, K-2 Kindness, and that's just a start. Check out this week's super-sized newsletter.
Learn about school funding findings, peer to peer mediation training, and more in this week's newsletter.
See pictures from the Lower Elementary Peace Walk honoring Dr. MLK Jr., read about DECA Marketing medalists, meet the new Board of Education officers, and discover some learning opportunities.
School's closed today, so why not curl up and read a good e-blast? Find out about school closing procedure, Middle Schoolers in the "real world", and Montessori students helping homeless mothers.