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Welcome Back !

 

We are so glad to see all your smiling faces. Please note the importance of communication with us year-round:
Stay attuned to your child’s academic accomplishments.
Praise those accomplishments appropriately.
Communicate with the school regularly. When you have a concern or question, write a note or email or leave a message for the teacher. We need you on our team!
Think ahead:  At the end of the school year, schedule a meeting to discuss with the teacher your child’s successes and challenges.

 

We would like to inform you of a an upcoming live cultural performance by Mr. Guy Louis on May 13, 2016. Mr. Guy Louis is a musician listed in the Arts and Humanities Touring Program, a program which provides financial support to schools and cities across Michigan. This support, provided by the Michigan Humanities Council and the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) helped to make the performance by Mr. Guy Louis possible.

 

It is our hope you will take the time to learn more about the Council and MCACA, and if possible, to write a letter to your state legislator to inform our elected officials of the positive impact on our children provided by events supported by the Arts and Humanities Touring Program.

 

To learn more about the Michigan Humanities Council, please link on the Internet to http://michiganhumanities.org or call 517-372-7770. For more information about the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, please link to http://www.michiganbusiness.org/community/council-arts-cultural-affairs/ or call 517-241-4011. And, for more information about Michigan Arts & Humanities Touring Program, visit http://michiganhumanities.org or call 517-372-7770.

 

 

 

School Hours

7:15 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

 

Buses, Student arrival and breakfast begin at 7.15 a.m.

   

Students are sent to their classrooms at 7:45a.m. Students wanting breakfast must arrive by 7:30.

 

Children who are late to school (after 8:05a.m.) MUST report to the office before going to class.

 

We urge you to make every effort to have your child at school ON TIME each day so that your child has a good beginning to their day.

   

When students are late, it disrupts the class as well as causing the tardy student to miss specific directions for the day.

 

  

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OUR SCHOOL

The Dearborn Academy is a unique charter school serving a multicultural community through individualized, focused instruction allowing each student to achieve academic excellence and exhibit social responsibility.

              

CONTACT US

19310 Ford Rd.

Dearborn, MI 48128

Tel: 313-982-1300

Fax: 313-982-9087

support@thedearbornacademy.org

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