June 27th, 20210DEARBORN HEIGHTS — Less than 24 hours after a report of a suspicious person at Annapolis High School, Dearborn Heights police confirm the person is not a threat.
Residents on social media were voicing concern after a post on the department’s Facebook page alerted the community of suspicious activity at the high school.
March 20th, 20210DEARBORN HEIGHTS — 18-year-old Annapolis High School Senior Nadia Nasir received the school's humanitarian award at the March 17 School Board meeting for her efforts in the community.
In her sophomore year of high school, Nasir organized a school fashion show that raised more than $8,000 to donate to Kids Against Hunger.
October 16th, 20200DEARBORN HEIGHTS — Councilman Bill Bazzi hosted what he plans to be the first annual U.S. Marine Corps Challenge for students in the community.
Being a veteran of the Marines himself, Bazzi arranged the challenge as a means to engage local students in a multi-school fitness competition.
“As students have been facing an...
September 14th, 20200DEARBORN HEIGHTS — The Dearborn Heights D7 School District has launched a new COVID-19 dashboard on its website, updating families of the latest on confirmed COVID-19 cases in the district.
The online tool shows that as of Sept. 11, one student and one staff member are confirmed positive for the coronavirus. As of that date, 18...
September 9th, 20200DEARBORN HEIGHTS — Two positive cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Dearborn Heights’ D7 School District less than a week after school began.
One case was confirmed at Bedford Elementary and one case was confirmed at Annapolis High School.
Parents and guardians received letters from the principals at the end of last week...
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