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ThoughtExchange Survey for District 7 Superintendent Search

Hello, Dearborn Heights School District 7 families, staff and students,

As we prepare to launch our process for hiring a new Superintendent at Dearborn Heights School District 7, we'd like to hear from you about the traits, skills, qualities, and characteristics that you'd like to see in our next Superintendent.

To gather your input and feedback, we are using a new tool called ThoughtExchange. All of our voices and experiences matter, so your participation is crucial and valued.

Click here to participate:
https://tejoin.com/scroll/307525096

You'll be asked to respond to one open-ended question, consider and rate some of the ideas shared by others (please rate at least 30 thoughts), and learn what's important to the group. You can rate as many thoughts as you’d like before moving on to view the results sorted by the average star rating.

Your thoughts and ratings are confidential. You can come back as often as you'd like to participate and, in fact, we ask that you do come back to rate some of the new ideas shared since you first participated. The ratings will help us understand what is most important to you as we begin the process of hiring a new Superintendent.

Participation will be open until Friday, August 13.

Thank you in advance for your help and input,

Dearborn Heights School District 7 Board of Education

We Need YOU!

We are looking to hire classroom paraprofessionals. A great opportunity for parents with kids in school (you work while they are in school).

Track Construction Begins Saturday, May 1st

The new track construction at Chircop Field will begin Saturday, May 1st. The track and field will be completely closed during construction. Please remind students not to climb any fences or cross through any caution tape. The project is expected to be finished in early July. We apologize for this short-term inconvenience. Thank you for your patience!

Stranger Danger

Please read the attached letter about a stranger danger situation in our community.
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