District and Department Service Listing
|Attendance and Truancy||Under state law, parents/guardians must ensure student attendance at school.||Student Services||student-services|
|Bed Bugs||School Nurses||school-nurses|
|Boundary Line Exemption||In some unusual cases, the District will allow Dearborn students to attend a school outside their attendance boundary area. Dearborn does not accept out of …||Student Services||student-services|
|Child Nutrition Services||Dearborn Public Schools serves nutritious meals every full school day. The district participates in the Community Eligibility Program under the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s and …||Student Services||student-services|
|Community Education Classes||Community and Adult Education Classes include programs for adults and students such as swim, photography, fitness, and dance to name a few.||Adult and Community Ed||adult-and-community-ed|
|Coronavirus/Covid-19 Information||Grading Appeals for High School During the Continuity of Learning K-12 Philosophy on Grading During …||School Nurses||school-nurses|
|Dearborn Public Schools Continuity of Learning Plan||Dearborn Public Schools on April 16 received approval from Wayne County RESA to implement its …|
|District Assessment Information||Information, guides and calendars relating to standardized tests.||Assessment||assessment|
|District Calendars||View District Calendars and Download PDF versions||Communications||communications|
|Doing Business with Dearborn Public Schools||Purchasing information for vendors interested in doing business with the District.||Business Services||business-services|
|Employment Opportunities||Looking for a job in Dearborn Public Schools? With 2,400 employees, the District is always hiring.||Human Resources||human-resources|
|English for Students of Other Languages (ESL) – Adult Education||Adults – learn to speak English! Improve your skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy. Prepare for your Citizenship Test.||Adult and Community Ed||adult-and-community-ed|
|Facility Use and Rental Information||When space is available, individuals and community members may apply to reserve District facilities.||Adult and Community Ed||adult-and-community-ed|
|Families in Transition||Dearborn Public Schools ensures that all students, even those homeless or in transition, are provided with seamless educational services.||Student Services||student-services|
|FOIA Information||A form to request public documents through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)||Communications||communications|
|Food Services||Information about the school meal program, including lunch menus and nutrition information for many lunch entrees.||Business Services||business-services|
|Forms – Superintendent’s Complex||Donation and field trip forms.||Superintendent's Complex||superintendents-complex|
|GED (General Education Development)||Get help preparing for your GED test.||Adult and Community Ed||adult-and-community-ed|
|Graphics Lab||The Graphics Lab provides copies, printing, die cuts and more to to support the instructional programs and school related groups in the District.||Graphics Lab||graphics-lab|
|Head Lice||School Nurses||school-nurses|
|Hearing and Vision Screening||Wayne County provides hearing and vision screening for children at schools.||School Nurses||school-nurses|
|High School Completion||Adult Education can help you complete your classes for a high school diploma.||Adult and Community Ed||adult-and-community-ed|
|Immunizations||Information on immunization requirements.||School Nurses||school-nurses|
|Kids Club- Before and After School Childcare||Several Dearborn elementary schools offer Kids Club with paid before and after school childcare for students.||Child care||child-care|
|Medications at School||Information on the requirements if your child needs medication at school.||School Nurses||school-nurses|
|New Hire / New Employee Information and Forms||Documents and forms needed to be completed by new employees.||Human Resources||human-resources|
|Operations Department||Information about the Operations Department including Trades, Grounds, Engineering, Custodial, Safety and Purchasing.||Business Services||business-services|
|Payroll and Benefits||Payroll and benefits links and documents||Business Services||business-services|
|Purchasing Policy||Details of District Purchasing Policy.||Business Services||business-services|
|Research Requests||Requirements for those wishing to conduct academic studies in the District.||Assessment||assessment|
|Resources for Parents of Middle School-Aged Kids||Discussions Middle school aged kids are figuring out the world. The are transitioning from an …|
|School Attendance Areas||View maps to see which areas attend each Dearborn Public elementary, middle and high school.||Student Services||student-services|
|School Start and End Times||Student Services||student-services|
|Special Education Documents and Resources||Documents and resources from the Special Education Department||Special Education||special-education|
|Specific Learning Disabilities||Information on what constitutes a specific learning disability (SLD) and what services are provided to those students.||Special Education||special-education|
|Student Code of Conduct||The complete Student Code of Conduct, which spells out the expectations for student behavior in Dearborn Public Schools.||Student Services||student-services|
|Student Enrollment and Registration||Details on how to enroll your child in Dearborn Public Schools.||Student Services||student-services|
|Student Test Outs||Students may get high school credit for a class by test out – taking an exam to prove they have learned the material on their …||Assessment||assessment|
|Students with Disabilities – 504 Plans||Information on 504 plans for students with disabilities.||Special Education||special-education|
|Transcripts||Get a copy of your high school transcript for college, employment or additional education.||Student Services||student-services|
|United States Citizenship test prep||Adult Education classes are an excellent place to learn English and prepare for the naturalization test.||Adult and Community Ed||adult-and-community-ed|
|Work Permits||Required work permits for teens seeking a job.||Student Services||student-services|
Who Do I Contact?
Use the tabs below to help guide you to the proper department or person to assist you.
I need to enroll my child.
Contact Student Services: (313) 827-3005. You may also want to view the enrollment information here. You also may want to check out the School Attendance Area information and Free Lunch and Breakfast page.
My child has special needs.
Contact our Special Education Department at (313) 827-7050. You can also contact the Special Education Administrative Team on their website.
My child needs to take medicine or has special health needs.
My child needs language support.
Since 1976 the Dearborn Public Schools has established language support programs for students. Our English Learners Department can help your child thrive in our schools. Contact us at (313) 827-8054 or visit our website to learn more.
I have a concern about the website.
We make every attempt to make sure that our website is ADA compliant. If you have a concern about the website, please email Chris Kenniburg or call us at 313-827-3075.
Do you need a transcript to apply for college or other program? Please see our transcript page for all the information you need.
We ask all parents with concerns to follow the chain of command. Start by talking to your child's teacher or the staff member closest to the issue (bus driver, cafeteria staff, etc.). If that does not resolve the issue, please speak to your child's principal. If that also fails to solve the problem, you can bring the matter to administration. Talk to the Executive Director of Student Achievement over your child's school.
- Business Services – (313) 827-3014
- Accounting – (313) 827-3045
- Payroll & Insurance – (313) 827-3100
- Purchasing – (313) 827-3208
- Food Services – (313) 827-3065
- Adult & Community Education – (313) 827-1900
- District Operations – (313) 827-3200
- Transportation Center – (313 ) 827- 3300
- Communications – (313) 827-3006
- Early Childhood Programs – (313) 827-8350
- Human Resources – (313) 827-3002
- Assessment, Research, & Evaluation – (313) 827-3040
- Curriculum & PD – (313) 827-3181
- English Learners – (313) 827-3007
- School Improvement & Leadership Coaching – (313) 827-3007
- Special Education – (313) 827-7050
- Student Services – (313) 827-3005
- Superintendent’s Office – (313) 827-3020
- Technology & Media Services – (313) 827-3075
- Computer Technicians – (313) 827-3003
- Computer Services (MISTAR) – (313) 827-3030
- Graphics Lab – (313) 827-3063
- School Nurses