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Dearborn Heights School District No. 7

District Newsletter, Chalk Talk
Please read this important message regarding the food service program from Superintendent Jennifer Mast.

The period to apply for schools of choice enrollment has ended.

D7 Resident Enrollment

AHS Football Fundraiser

Annapolis Football has Gold Cards available for savings on local businesses. Please contact a player or coach if interested.  Places you can save.

Great Start Readiness Program

District 7 is now accepting applications for the Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP).  GSRP is a state funded 4 year old preschool program and is free for families who qualify.  For more information please visit the Madison Early Learning Center website or you can fill out the GSRP Application 

Schools of Choice Orientation
Wednesday, August 23rd at 6:00 pm in the O.W. Best Middle School cafeteria

6th Grade Orientation

Wednesday, August 30th at 6:00 pm in the O.W. Best Middle School cafeteria

Meet Up and Eat Up
District 7 will again be offering our free summer meal program.  Healthy meals we will free for all students Monday through Thursday.  June 26, 2017 Through August 24, 2017

Annapolis High School Hours:
Breakfast 7:30 am to 8:30 am
Lunch 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

Madison Elementary
Breakfast 8:45 am to 9:45 am
Lunch 12:45 pm to 1:45 pm

Important Updated Asbestos Information

Presentation on Asbestos Related Activities in District 7

Asbestos Statement

School Supplies

Here are suggested lists of school supplies for each elementary school.

Bedford Elementary Supply List (K-1)
Polk Elementary Supply List (2-3)
Pardee Elementary Supply List (4-5)
OWB Middle School.  (6-8)

School Start/End Times
 School   Full Day   Half Days  
 Annapolis    7:50-2:55      8:00-11:00  
 OW Best   8:00-2:50   8:00-11:07
 Pardee   8:05-3:02   8:05-11:15  
 Polk    8:20-3:17    8:20-11:30  
 Bedford    8:35-3:32    8:35-11:45  


Dearborn Heights Virtual Academy 

DHVA is a high school with courses delivered to students completely online! Students are able to work from home and at their own pace. Courses are aligned with the Michigan Standards, will have the same rigor and challenge as traditionally delivered high school courses and will lead to a high school diploma. DHVA will be accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year in July 2018

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