BTOSSchool Zone Safety is our Priority

The Dearborn Police Department, along with the City of Dearborn, and Dearborn Public Schools is working to keep our schools safe. However, we need your help!

It is important for everyone to be cautious when driving near schools or dropping off students. Please read this helpful letter from Dearborn Police Chief Haddad and Dearborn Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Maleyko for some tips that will make the driving experience around schools safer for everyone!

>> Download the School Zone Safety Letter <<

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Check your child's grades, attendance, and lunch account
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*Please note that student passphrases for those students in Grades 6-12 will be on student schedules. It is necessary for us to balance student security with student accessibility. 

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NWEA

  • NWEA Reading Fluency (For the following schools only):
  • Haigh Elementary
    Henry Ford Elementary
    Maples Elementary
    Miller Elementary
    Nowlin Elementary
    Oakman Elementary
    River Oaks Elementary
    Salina Elementary
    William Ford Elementary

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There was a time when parent participation was limited to “Homeroom Moms” helping with the class picnic or “Bake Sales” to raise funds for new playground equipment.

Parents still take part in those much needed and appreciated activities but today their role has expanded and is even more significant as a partner in helping to educate students.

Moms, dads, guardians, grandparents, and other family members are actively engaged in the overall success of a school. They sit on committees that develop the overall direction and educational plan for a school, take part in interviewing new staff members, lobby for or against legislation impacting schools, volunteer hundreds of hours at events, and provide the “at home” support that is critical for students to succeed in school.

The Parent section of our website is designed to provide parents with the resources they need to help their child be successful in the Dearborn Public Schools. Special programs, contact information, required forms, lunch menus, and much more can be found in this section.

The district is building a list of community resources and services for parents in Dearborn.  The list of resources is updated on the Cotter School website. Click here to view.

Parent University

Learning for Parents - Take part in the Parent University call (313) 827-8350

During the 2016/2017 school year, Dearborn Public Schools will be hosting Parent University. The goal of this program is to provide parents (with children ages 6 months to 4 years) with classes in different developmental areas in order to help them to best meet the needs of their young children. These classes include: Nutrition & Health, Dental Care, Social Emotional, Screen Time & Technology, Math, Literacy, Music & Movement, and Science. During these classes you will be participating in hands on activities with your child, hearing from professionals in these interest areas, and receiving free materials to continue the learning through play at home. If you would like to reserve your spot for any of the classes you see below or would like more information regarding these classes, please call (313) 827-8350.

2016 – 2017 Dearborn Parent University
Parent/Child Hour from 9:00 a.m to 10:00 a.m.
Dates / Locations / Times

– For children 6 months to four years of age – 
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Featured Programs

View all of our outstanding programs and opportunities for your child.

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Enroll your child in a unique five year early college program!