Thanks to all of our students and families at William Ford for your efforts in our three day cans and dry goods collection as part of the Dearborn Third Annual Battle Against Hunger. William Ford students contributed @ 1,100 cans! The three high school feeder groups collected a combined total of @ 75,000 cans! Thank you for your generosity!
Parents of William Ford Preschoolers, Kindergarteners and First Graders participated in our monthly “Read by Third Grade” workshop. This workshop focused on how to read with your child at home. Students and parents worked together to make a bookmark to use while reading with your child. The bookmark reinforces story elements and comprehension! Thanks to our teachers, early childhood specialists and instructional coaches for organizing!
Join William Ford and all Fordson Feeder Schools as we collect canned goods to help families in need during the holiday season! This is the 3rd Annual Battle Against Hunger event and with your help we can win the high school challenge, collecting more than Dearborn High School and Edsel Ford High School! Canned good donations may be made to your classroom and then collected by “Houses” in the lobby! Thanks for your generous donations!
Counselors from Camp Ohiyesa visited William Ford on Friday, Nov. 10th to engage students in team building and other camp experiences. Students and teachers braved the cold temperatures and had a great time. Fifth grade students will have the option of attending camp in the spring at Camp Ohiyesa for a three day, two night experience!
The entire William Ford School gathered today in the cafeteria and gym for our first house meeting. Over 700 students, teachers and staff were treated with songs, chants and more! The energy, creativity and excitement was spectacular! Photos from today…and more on Dr. Chochol’s blog: Click Here!
Students in Ms. Ferrante’s fifth grade classroom and Ms. Berry’s 2nd/3rd grade classroom come together to share examples of proactive actions and growth mindset statements. Ms. Honer and Ms. Syring also joined in and followed up the circle by reading Owl Moon and a delicious hands-on activity…Owl S’mores!