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A program that delays the high school start time by one hour that received little interest last year will be offered once again.
Dearborn Public Schools officials said changing start times for middle- ad high-school students was a non-starter for several reasons, but the debate about whether the district surveyed enough students is not going away any time soon.
With the state requiring computer-based assessments for the 2014-15 school year, the Dearborn Public School Board will need to debate how to meet new standards with few funding options.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
With many families having a difficult times making ends meet for the holidays, William Ford students step up to donate more than 1,000 cans, bags and boxes of dry food to local residents.
Toys collected by STAND members will bring much-needed cheer to youngsters spending Christmas at Children's Hospital of Michigan.
DuVall student group makes and sells candy to Dearborn family make ends meet this holiday season.
Students work year-round to help vulnerable citizens, but this holiday season, GirlTalk members will help victims of abuse at Vista Maria.
This holiday season has been a busy one for Lowrey students, who collectively paid $1,350 to feed 25 families Thanksgiving dinner, and collected more than 5,000 cans for a local pantry.
The Dearborn Board of Education approved a measure that would mandate teachers change the grade of students in advanced placements courses if they master the test.
District finances, future funding requests, the needs of students and real estate values will figure into the decision to sell Howe School and move district offices.
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