March Family Newsletter

Dearborn Dolphins

Dates to Remember

March 1st - Spring Pictures

March 2nd - Rescheduled Coffee with the Principal @ 1:30pm

March 3rd - Pajama Day - wear your warm PJ's and bring your favorite book

March 3rd - Last Day of Penny Wars!

March 3rd - Pajamarama 6pm-8pm

March 3rd - Big Ticket raffle 7pm

March 8th - Parent Workshop - Diversity: Teaching your child to respect others' ideas, feelings and beliefs.

March 9th - 5th grade parent meeting 6pm on zoom

March 10th - Snack Shack

March 14th - Dine-out Fundraiser Panda Express

March 16th - PTA Meeting 6pm in the Strawn Family Library

March 17th - St Patrick's Day

March 21st -SSC / DCGC Meeting 3:30pm Zoom

March 23rd - ELAC Meeting 3:30pm Zoom

March 29rd - Coffee with Principal

March 31st - No School in observance of Cesar Chavez. Spring Break begins - April 4th -7th

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Meet Our Staff

Hello I'm Desiree Sweet your Community Representative and Parent Center Coordinator. You see me at the front gate each morning welcoming our families. I'm the one always inviting you to all of our family workshops and meetings for our Dearborn Family. Dearborn is near and dear to my heart since my husband Michael and I have 2 children, 11 and 13 years old, that attended Dearborn Elementary from Kindergarten through 5th grade. We also have 2 rescue dogs Lilly and Chewy, that we love to spoil. On the weekends we like to hike locally with our pups, visit museums, the beach and amusement parks. Sometimes we like to just stay in and relax at home together. Those can be the best days as a family.
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Please join our family / parent workshop on Wednesday March 8th at 9am. You can join me in person in the Parent Center over coffee or from home on Zoom. These workshops are such a lovely way to engage in our Dearborn community and share some wonderful information together. See you there!
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March 31, 2023 we celebrate the life and legacy of César Estrada Chávez, a champion for social justice and advocate for hardworking people who build and sustain our Nation. Born into poverty and raised by migrant workers, Chávez courageously dedicated his life to improving conditions for workers across the country. When César Chávez founded the United Farm Workers of America alongside Dolores Huerta, he drew national attention to the many agricultural workers who experience inhumane working conditions and unlivable wages. Through strikes, marches, and boycotts, he inspired millions of people across the country to fight for safe and healthy workplaces, better wages, improved workplace protections from sickness and disability, and other core rights and protections.