Bay City Public Schools Summer Feeding Program

Bay City Public School students gathered in Wenonah Park Wednesday afternoon for a free summer lunch and a little mid-day entertainment. Districts across the state boast similar summer feeding programs that provide free meals to students who might go without until school starts back in the fall. “I think that the juggler is really cool, and my favorite part has been the flames and the bowling ball,” said Rachal Majeske. It was a sight to see under the Nicholas Pavilion for the annual Young People Summer Series. “It gets them outside. They get to get up and dance and have fun and run around and play,” said Michael Bacigaluel, organizer. This is the 20th year for the series. Students can come

Film Features How Dearborn Embraces Immigrant Students

A new film showcases how Dearborn welcomes new immigrant students into its culture. DEARBORN, MI — A new professionally-produced video touting the success of Dearborn Public Schools programs for immigrant students will be shown during a special screening and the public is invited to attend. The screening will take place at3:30 p.m. June 10 at Salina Intermediate School. The video was created by Colorin Colorado with cooperation from the District and the Dearborn Federation of Teachers (DFT), a branch of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). The project showcases how the District nurtures and integrates the newest members of the Dearborn community into school culture. Dearborn Schools st

The role of parents

Although a parent’s role in their children’s learning evolves as kids grow, one thing remains constant: we are our children’s learning model

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