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Students Shannon O'Shea from Adams Upper Elementary School and Jeffrey Smith III from Franklin Middle School are the winners of the 39th Earle Chorbagian District Spelling Bee. These 2 students have advanced to the WXYZ Channel 7 Scripps Spelling Bee, which will be held on March 10th at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Congratulations Shannon and Jeffrey!
Each year the National History Day takes place in schools across America. Stevenson Middle School is no exception. This year, Mrs. D'Angelo's and Mrs. Sullivan's Advanced Social Studies classes worked hard on their projects. The students could choose to present a Documentary, Exhibit, Paper, Performance or Website. The submissions were impressive. Three submissions from each category will be chosen by a panel of judges to move on to the regional competition allowing the submission to move on to the national level in June.
Here are some pics from the Young Inventors Showcase last week where middle school representatives from Franklin Middle School and Stevenson Middle School competed. 6 students represented SMS at the Schoolcraft College in the showcase. It's is a pretty big deal! Each student had to get up in front of 250 people and talk about their inventions. They did a fantastic job.
- Brandon Burnette received 1st place finisher
- Jimmy Parker came in 2nd
- Trent Jones, Aadil Saifullah and Cory Bird all represented Stevenson and did amazing as well
The You Drive. Kids Thrive. program will support 5th graders going to camp and afterschool activities. North Brothers Ford will donate $200 to Wayne-Westland Community Schools when individuals buy or lease a new vehicle. Stop in and visit North Brothers Ford today! Please inform your salesman for this offer.
12/3/18 TAG Parent Meeting- Accelerated learning options for middle and high school students
The girls from the Get It Girls Club sponsored by the Michigan Council of Girls and technology and run by Ms. McComb and a few other girls with an interest in technology from Stevenson Middle School were given the opportunity to go on a field trip to the digital Divas Program hosted by Eastern Michigan University with Mrs. Pollard and Ms. McComb. Digital Divas is a bi-annual, daylong program introducing young women to various careers and college programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) The girls were able to attend a session on robotics and a Digital Safety session.
Every year for the past 6 years National Junior Honor Society has had a Pink Out at Stevenson Middle School. We sell bracelets, stickers, pencils, pens, and bookmarks. Our goal is to raise $200.00 each year that we can donate to the Karmanos Cancer Foundation. in Detroit. The students and staff participate by wearing as much pink as they possibly can, some even dye their hair pink for the day. Today was no different, everyone came dressed in pink. It was amazing.