March 29

Week in Review

Monday, April 9: Staff Meeting, 3:45-5:15, Science Lab
Tigers Lunch in Staff Lounge

Tuesday, April 10: Mind Stream Associate, 11-1 pm
Chess, 3:45-4:30, Cafeteria

Wednesday, April 11: Pizza Kit Pick up, 3:40-5:30, cafeteria
Art Club, 3:40-4:30, Art Room

Thursday, April 12: Last Chess Club, 3:45-4:30, Cafeteria

Friday, April 13: Breakfast: First Grade
DIA Field Trip, 9:30-2:15, Shene, Majetic, Guadiana, Dumke

If anyone can help organize and distribute the pizza kits PLEASE contact Ms. Sherlock at Snow School, 827-6250, or

March 27

Thanks for ordering pizza kits!

We appreciate all of the Little Caesars Pizza Kits you’ve sold!!!
Little Caesars Pizza Kits will be delivered to school Wednesday, April
11th! We are looking for volunteers to help us with organizing/sorting
them and then distributing them to everyone. We will start sorting at
1:30p.m on April 11th. Pickup is from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30p.m. Please let
the PTA or Ms. Sherlock know if you can help out. The more people, the
faster it goes!

We do not have any storage in the freezer to hold your items overnight
and they must be kept cold so please make arrangements to pick up your

Thank you for all of your support
Team 5th Grade

March 27

Monday, March 26: Snow School Literacy Night
Book Fair: Media Center
Switch books with someone (RM)

Tuesday, March 27: Pizza Kit Money due
Guest Reader: Dr. Maleyko, 130 pm, 4th grade
K/1 Concert: 2:30 for the school, 6:30 for parents
Krawczyk/Bowdell Field Trip: Hype Swimming
Chess Club: 345-430, Cafeteria
Book Fair: Media Center
Read upside down (RM)

Wednesday, March 28: Book Fair: Media Center
All School Book Bingo, 230-315
NO Art Club
Donate books for our Book Exchange

Thursday, March 29: Chess Club, 345-430, Cafeteria

Friday, March 30: No School: start of spring Break

April 2-6: No School, Spring Break

School reopens: Monday, April 9!

March 26

Snow Elementary School’s March is Reading Month is Highlighted on the City of Dearborn Television

Please view the following video(s); the first of which is Council President Pro Tem Michael Sareini reading to Snow students:

and a short video featuring Mayor John O’Reilly, Jr. reading to Snow students:

(A big thank you is in order for Craig Schuler of the City of Dearborn Television)  🙂


March 23

Snow Scholastic Book Fair Starts Next Week!

The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to Snow Elementary starting next week! We hope you can visit! 🙂

Students will be able to browse or shop during their regularly scheduled check out times with Mrs. Mattern on Monday and Tuesday. Parents are always welcome and encouraged to help shop with their child’s class! If you aren’t able to join your child, you may send in cash or check payable to Snow Elementary. (Please don’t forget to add tax!) On the back page of the flyer there is a small order form but there are many more books to choose from at the fair. For adults able to attend, we also accept credit cards.
Family Shopping during literacy night, Monday, March 26 from 4 to 5:10pm
After school MondayTuesday & Wednesday, until 4pm
Last-minute shopping Thurs., March 29 until 10 am.
If you are booked up during book fair week, please check out the Snow on-line book fair page available thru April 7. (click on the shop online link)
Any questions, please contact Mrs. Mattern or Mrs. Wilcox, in the Snow Media Center.
March 23

Congratulations, Mr. Mike Moyer, Snow Elementary Physical Education Teacher

Congratulations are in order for Mr. Moyer for being awarded the Meemic mini-grant [pictured above receiving & signing for the award].  Mr. Moyer will receive a check for $509.00 to be used for exercise bands for our Snow Students K-5! Mr. Moyer is truly dedicated to ensuring that all students who attend Snow Elementary receive the best physical education experience possible!!  🙂

March 23

Snow Elementary Literacy Night: Monday, March 26th, 2018

Dear Snow Families and Students,

For your consideration, please attend next week’s Literacy Night at Snow Elementary School on Monday, March 26, 2018 from 4:15 p.m. till 5:10 p.m.  Please ‘click‘ on the flyer below for more information and location(s) of the activities taking place.

Thank you in advance for your support!  We look forward to seeing you there!

March 20

March is Reading Month at Snow Elementary School = Guests Galore!

Dearborn Council President Dabaja came by Snow Elementary to read to our students! 🙂

Dearborn Mayor John O’ Reilly, Jr. came in to read to our 1st grade students.

Principal Oke of Stout Middle School came by to not only read to our 5th grade Snow students, but also speak about transitioning from Snow Elementary School to Stout Middle School.  He took the time to answer students’ questions and give great advice to our curious minds on middle school classes as well as middle school athletics!


Honorable Dearborn Heights District Court Judge David Turfe came to read, but also impart wisdom to Ms. Alsaad’s 2nd grade students!

Board Trustee Mr. Jim Thorpe also came by to read to our students.  He was very entertaining and showed us all his great sense of humor, along with his ability to take a goofy pic with students as they ‘dab.’ 🙂

Former Snow Elementary Principal Dr. Ross Groover also came by to read and catch up with familiar faces! 🙂

Dr. Youssef Mosallam, Executive Director of the Edsel Ford Feeder Collaboration read to students and encouraged our students to always think.  Growing up, his favorite things to read were comic books; specifically Batman comic books! 

Mr. Pete Kotsogiannis, Assistant Principal at Edsel Ford High School came in last week Friday, March 16th, 2018 to read with our 3rd grade students!


Mr. David Mustonen, Director of Communications for the Dearborn Public Schools also came by to read to our 1st grade students.  He was soooo much fun!

Taekwondoe Master Hameed Dakroub visited Ms. Al-saad’s second (2nd) grade class to read to students, too.  Currently, he is ranked in 2nd place nationally.

Please view and listen to the book “He’s Been A Monster All Day” read by Mrs. Maysam Alie-Bazzi – Executive Director of Staff & Students Services for Dearborn Public Schools:

**Stay Tuned for more Guest Readers at Snow Elementary School this Month!