We have great stories from around the district, as usual. College-bound athletes, an amazing board member, one of the Brightest and Best students in the state, a new book club, and so much more. Read the eblast to get all the news.
The orchestra is practicing their commisioned composition. Read a sneak peek, and stories about 4th grade camp, book club, teachers of the year, high school & college dual enrollment grads, and more!
April showers bring may flowers, but what do may flowers bring? May flowers bring learning gardens, not to mention home-grown leaders at the state, national and international level in music, marketing, robotics, diversity, and more. Read about all of them in the e-blast!
We have an extra fun e-blast to lead into the long weekend. This issue includes Middle School honors, robotics leaders, poets on the street (literally), and a live sheep!
This eblast features a Spring Break recap, including a big Winterguard win and a trip to Panama and Costa Rica. We also ha stories about healthy cooking, ecology, community leadership, a student PSA, and more!
The City of Ferndale declared April 16th, 2019 as “Education and Sharing” day! Education and Sharing Day will honor the legacy of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson. Rabbi Schneerson believed in the potential of all persons and sought to empower young people through education, character development, and civic pride.
Rabbi Herschel Finman stopped by to visit Ferndale Schools Superintendent Dania Bazzi and share the good news about the proclamation.
Continue Reading for the full proclamation.
Winterguard heads to SVSU for competition, Eagles of the Year are honored, a student athlete signs to Albion, and guest readers wrap-up reading month. Plus news on robotics, bel canto choir, high school engineers, and SECOND GRADE DOCTORS?
Robotics rolls forward, winterguard wins again, a musician plays masterfully, a Ferndale fireman reads to friends, and more. Happy Friday!
UHS Global Issues class, currently studying the crisis in Venezuela, had the opportunity to gain a first person perspective of the ongoing crisis. The group visited an area Venezuelan restaurant where they experienced Venezuelan cuisine and engaged in a lively discussion with a recent Venezuelan immigrant. The immigrant was able to relay an eye-opening first person account of current events in that country.
Outstanding students made the news this week in orchestra, marketing, and robotics. A principal was taped to the wall...for a good cause. And so much more.
Students from Ferndale High School and University High School dominated the competition at the state DECA championships last weekend, with four students qualifying for the international competition in Florida next month.
Congratulations to Max Dutra of FHS who qualified for the DECA International Career Development Conference in Orlando Florida in April and Sadorian Robertson who also earned medals this weekend. FHS DECA is proud of all of the Ferndale High School DECA team that competed this weekend.
UHS students competed at the state-wide DECA competition this weekend and did a great job! Three of our students qualified for the International DECA competition to be held later this year in Orlando, FL! Congrats to LaWayne Walker, Cierra Price and Dylan Clemons-Midgett!
Champions abound in this eblast: from academics at FMS and basketball players at FHS to Winterguardians and a wrestler with plenty of musicians and ecologists in between. Students get hands-on experience in the trades, tutoring opportunities, and an invitation to meet a family of the strangest sort.