Are you missing a charger/powercord to something in your home? We might have it (and you might have ours)!

Hello families,

We had two Dell Chromebooks returned with the wrong chargers/powercords. Easy mistake to make during these crazy times with all of the electronics we all use!

Unfortunately, the cords are from our newest Chromebooks and we don’t have extras. So, we aren’t able to distribute the two Chromebooks to families unless we can get the correct chargers returned.

Here are the cords that were turned in:

Ramdom chargers/powercords

Here is what the chargers that belong to the newer Dell Chromebooks look like:

Dell Chromebook charger

If either of the first two cords look familiar to you, please look around your house for the Dell charger and stop in to the office to make the swap.

Thanks and have a great weekend!

Parent Survey Request

A message from Mrs. Waidmann:

Hello everyone,

I am currently working to complete my master’s degree from Eastern Michigan University.  For my capstone project, I am collecting data from staff members and parents/guardians regarding their interests in participating in physical activity programs and health workshops for their own personal benefit, as well as assisting students.  The data will be collected through a short, anonymous survey.

If you are willing to provide data for my project, please complete the survey by following the link below.  The survey is eight questions long and will take approximately five minutes to complete.  The survey will be available for two weeks.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at

Learning Lab Update

The Learning Lab Committee, district nurses, and the district leadership team met today.  As aligned with the Learning Lab guidelines in-person Learning Labs will be inactive for all effective November 9, 2020 for an indefinite time frame.

This includes all Special Education ACT 18 labs.

The guidance provided by the Wayne County Health Department indicates undesirable trends regarding the out-Wayne County Covid positivity rate (8% as of 11/3/20), infection rate within the Dearborn community, resulting in a slight increase in the school infection cases as a result of community spread.

Please be advised that the district will continue to look at the weekly data report to return to in person learning labs .

Clothing, shoes, backpacks or other needs


The Amity Foundation has created a “closet” through Student Services at the Dearborn Administrative Center.  Please let us know if any of your children are in need of clothing, shoes, stocked or empty backpacks – STAFF will do the shopping!  Items are brand new, with a few very gently used items.

Staff will contact families when items will be available to pick-up from the school.

Please complete the form below if you are in need of items.

Coats, Shoes, Backpacks, and Other Items