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Hold Harmless Millage Renewal

This is not a new tax.  This is not a tax increase.  This is a renewal of the Hold Harmless Millage which represents almost $40 million in funding for your school district.  Combined the Hold Harmless Millage generates $39.3 million or 22% of the District’s total $178.7 million budget.  Without the renewal of the millage on November 4, 2014 the Dearborn Public Schools would face draconian reductions in services to students.

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Dearborn offers a safe and caring environment for your child.  Dearborn Public Schools offers a variety of services for parents and students from pre-school programs to career and technical training programs. We invite you to call and learn more about our schools, programs, and services: (313)827-3005

Dearborn Public Schools provides a first class education.  We have a variety of programs from early college and dual enrollment to career and technical education.  Check out the programs we offer for your child.

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Dearborn Public Schools is committed to student success, providing safe learning environments, and being good stewards of public support.

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Our Beliefs

The Dearborn Public Schools are committed to a set of beliefs regarding quality teaching, learning, and learning organizations, our hopes and expectations for our schools and community, and our desire to ensure successful realization of our Vision, Mission, and Organizational Objectives.

We believe all students…

  • Can learn and will learn based on their different needs, wants, styles, and visions for success.
  • Need active support from their family, school staff, and the community.
  • Will learn to appreciate differences and similarities and to practice good citizenship from educators, families, and the community.
  • Must have equal opportunities to learn and choices about how to learn through effective educational programming.
  • Must have well maintained instructional facilities that support their learning needs.
  • Must be ensured of sound financial and fiscal planning and support for their educational needs.
  • Shall attend schools that have met external accreditation standards.
  • Need and will be provided a nurturing learning environment

Further, we believe Dearborn Public Schools graduates and staff members shall…

  • Proficiently use critical thinking skills.
  • Effectively listen and communicate.
  • Competently use current technologies for learning and creative problem solving.
  • Skillfully solve significant learning problems.
  • Actively model the Core Values.
  • Skillfully participate as contributing members of their community
  • Actively plan and implement life-long learning experiences.

Latest News

  • Hold Harmless Renewal Will Keep Dearborn Public Schools Programs In Place +

    The Dearborn Public Schools will ask voters to renew the Hold Harmless millage on the November ballot. The Hold Harmless Millage generates almost $40 million, or one fifth, of the Read More
  • 3rd Annual Robert Cipriano Cross-Country Meet Set For October 18, 2014 +

    On Your Mark, Get Set, Go! DEARBORN, MI - The 2014 third annual Robert Cipriano Cross-Country Meet will get underway at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18, with a one-mile run/walk Read More
  • Oct. 20th - Early College Celebrates Move to Main Campus +

    -Henry Ford College, Dearborn Public Schools and Henry Ford Health System celebrate Henry Ford Early College’s move to the College’s main campus with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, Oct. 20. Read More
  • Stories, Entertainment, Student Videos, Basket Drawings Featured at 4th Annual Response to Bullying Kickoff Event +

    “Each of us can make a difference,” will be the key message found in the stories, entertainment, and activities at the 4th annual Response to Bullying kickoff event at 6 Read More
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Upcoming Events

OCT
20

HFC Board Meeting
Oct 20, 2014 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

OCT
21

High School Parent Teacher Conferences
Oct 21, 2014

OCT
22

Response to Bullying Behavior Kick Off
Oct 22, 2014 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

OCT
23

High School Parent Teacher Conferences
Oct 23, 2014

OCT
27

Middle School Parent Teacher Conferences
Oct 27, 2014

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