Coffee with the Principal

Coffee with the Principal Celebration

Wednesday, May 23rd at 2:00 pm.

Parents please join us for Pizza and Salad as we CELEBRATE all the hard work & dedication of our parents. Please call Ms. Sandi in the office at 313-827-6750 to reserve your spot. Please help spread the word. Food and prizes will be given away.

Field Day

Field Day was held Monday May 14th. The rain did not stop our field day, we held it inside and the students had a wonderful time celebrating with their teachers and friends. PTA provided the inflatables, cotton candy and popcorn. Thank you to all the parent volunteers who came to help out. We appreciate all your support, with out your help our field day would not of been such a success…

Enjoy the picture below.

Late Start

Late Start is tomorrow Wednesday May 16th. All buses will run one hour later. Please do not arrive at school before 9:10 if you are coming for breakfast. If you are not coming for breakfast please do not arrive until 9:30..

PTA Bake Sale

Just a reminder tomorrow is the last bake sale… Please send in some donations… the class with the most donations will win an ice cream party….

 

Tuesday May 15th will be the last bake sale of the year. Please send in donations for the sale. PTA is looking for cookies, cupcakes, Little Debbie Treats, juice boxes, small bags of chips and etc. The class with the most baked goods donated will win an Ice Cream Party, so please help your child’s class win the ice cream party and send in your donations by Tuesday May 15th at 1:00 p.m.

 

 

Care to the CORE Day

Care To The CORE Day and every Dearborn public school will participate in an activity that demonstrates programs that are centered on helping students resolve conflicts, understanding the impact of their behaviors, and creating a safer school environment.

River Oaks will be celebrating our Care to the CORE day Monday April 23rd from 2:15 – 3:15. All parents are welcome to come while students plant seeds to beautify the school.

Please be sure to sign in at the office if you plan on attending.

We look forward to seeing you Monday at 2:15.

Care to the Core Day – April 23, 2018

 

April 23 Is “Care to the Core Day”


Student safety is one of the most talked about topics of the day.  While the nation struggles with the debate on gun laws and mental health concerns those who spend their days in the classroom understand one component of ensuring student safety is to create a school environment that fosters communication, respect, and caring.

 

On Monday, April 23, every Dearborn public school will highlight the great ways their school is working to create that safe school environment during the first-ever “Care to the Core Day.”  Each school will participate in an activity or program that demonstrates programs that are centered on helping students resolve conflicts, understanding the impact of their behaviors, and creating a safer school environment.

 

Some schools may hold an anti-bullying awareness assembly, others may do an activity highlighting on several programs such as PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports), Restorative Practices, Leader in Me, STAND (Students Taking a New Direction), Peer Mediation, Beyond Differences or other initiatives that improve student relationships and/or minimizes bullying behavior.

 

A special Care to the Core Day tour bus, filled with school administrators, city leaders, and elected officials, will travel around the district visiting a variety of schools and taking part in the various activities.  Scheduled to join Superintendent Maleyko and Cabinet members on the bus tour is U. S. Representative Debbie Dingell.

 

A link to a master schedule of events can be found on the District’s webpage www.dearbornschools.org. Parents, community members, city officials and others are invited to visit a Dearborn public school on April 23 to see and experience first-hand the types of activities that Dearborn schools are doing to promote a positive environment that nurtures student success.

 

Creating a safe school and safe community is a city-wide effort in which partners work together to reach all community members and build a bully-free culture throughout the city of Dearborn.   The Care to the Core Day is a key component of the district-wide plan that, through community partnerships and effective student-driven initiatives, is focused on identifying and stopping bullying behavior.

 

“Celebrating our seventh year of hosting anti-bully activities shows our school district’s commitment to address culture and climate in our schools.  It goes beyond addressing bully behavior. It’s about creating an environment where all feel safe and welcome and how that impacts learning,” stated Superintendent Glenn Maleyko, Ph.D.  “We look forward to showing others how each school across our District is working towards the goal of making a better school environment where all students will succeed.”

 

For more information about the Care to the Core Day and Dearborn Public Schools response to bullying initiatives, contact Danene Charles at 313-827-8330 or charled@dearbornschools.org

 

Important Note on Early Release

Students should not arrive to school before 8:10 a.m. Breakfast starts at 8:10

Early release – The office will not call students down early to wait for parents to arrive. When it becomes necessary for your child to leave the school due to illness or injury, a parent will be called. If a parent cannot be reached, a person designated on the child’s emergency card will be contacted. The person picking up the student must report to the office to sign the student out. There is NO student check out after 3:00 p.m. this helps with less distractions in the classroom. Thank you for following our guidelines.

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