Jul 01

HFHS Annual Screening for 10th Graders

FOR RETURNING STUDENTS:

Annual Screening Checklist for 10th Graders:

Each student/volunteer will be required to complete the following items each year during the month of September, http://hrt.hfhs.org/detroitscreen/ (You will need to enter your Name, MRN (Optional), Employee ID #, Daytime phone #, email address where you can be reached):

  • TB Testing or TB Symptom Assessment
  • Respirator Fit Testing (for those involved in direct patient care)
  • Annual Flu shot due by December 1st
  • Review clinical records:
    • Immunizations

Marva Brooks, MSN, RN
HFHS Program Coordinator for Henry Ford Early College
Mbrooks1@hfhs.org

Jun 28

HFC and Madonna University Have Formed A Partnership

HFC and Madonna University in Livonia have formed a partnership and will establish a new University Center on HFC’s main campus.
Some of the important benefits of HFC’s partnership with Madonna include the following:
  • Madonna undergraduate and graduate classes offered at HFC;
  • Availability of evening, weekend and hybrid classes;
  • Personalized advising; and
  • Transfer-friendly policies and guarantees.
This new partnership with Madonna is an ideal situation for students at HFC. It provides students a strong foundation for success by providing a quality education for students at HFC at an affordable price. They can then work toward their bachelor’s degree on campus at a high-quality, four-year institution like Madonna. Students save money, work toward their degree and remain close to home.
Jun 17

Household Hazardous Waste Collection This Weekend at HFC

Household Hazardous Waste Collection June 20, 2015 at HFC

This event takes place Saturday, June 20, 2015 — 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Henry Ford College and is sponsored by the Wayne County Department of Public Services.

Examples of Acceptable Items

  • Household paints, stains, dyes;
  • Floor wax, floor care products, carpet cleaner;
  • Furniture polish, bathroom cleaners, stain removers, solvents;
  • Pharmaceutical Waste (NON-CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ONLY);
  • Nail polish, glue;
  • Fertilizer, lawn and garden chemicals, pesticides;
  • Antifreeze, motor oil, gasoline, propane tanks;
  • Automotive batteries and dry cell batteries, fluorescent bulbs (all types);
  • Fire extinguishers, smoke detectors; and
  • Mercury thermometers, thermostats and elemental mercury.

Electronics Recycling

  • Computer CPU’s,
  • Monitors,
  • Printers,
  • Scanners,
  • Keyboards,
  • Mice
  • Cell phones,
  • Fax machines,
  • Copiers, and

Only household generated products from Wayne County are acceptable.

Unacceptable Items include: Commercial waste, Industrial waste, radioactive material, explosives, ammunition, 55 gallon drums, shock sensitive materials, household trash, refrigerators, microwaves or other appliances, tires, yard waste, roofing shingles, concrete.

For information on how to dispose of these items, please contact the Wayne County Resource Recovery Coordinator at 734-326-3936.

Jun 07

Household Hazardous Waste Collection June 20, 2015 at HFC

This event takes place Saturday, June 20, 2015 — 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Henry Ford College and is sponsored by the Wayne County Department of Public Services.

Examples of Acceptable Items

  • Household paints, stains, dyes;
  • Floor wax, floor care products, carpet cleaner;
  • Furniture polish, bathroom cleaners, stain removers, solvents;
  • Pharmaceutical Waste (NON-CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ONLY);
  • Nail polish, glue;
  • Fertilizer, lawn and garden chemicals, pesticides;
  • Antifreeze, motor oil, gasoline, propane tanks;
  • Automotive batteries and dry cell batteries, fluorescent bulbs (all types);
  • Fire extinguishers, smoke detectors; and
  • Mercury thermometers, thermostats and elemental mercury.

Electronics Recycling

  • Computer CPU’s,
  • Monitors,
  • Printers,
  • Scanners,
  • Keyboards,
  • Mice
  • Cell phones,
  • Fax machines,
  • Copiers, and

Only household generated products from Wayne County are acceptable.

Unacceptable Items include: Commercial waste, Industrial waste, radioactive material, explosives, ammunition, 55 gallon drums, shock sensitive materials, household trash, refrigerators, microwaves or other appliances, tires, yard waste, roofing shingles, concrete.

For information on how to dispose of these items, please contact the Wayne County Resource Recovery Coordinator at 734-326-3936.

May 23

Hazardous Waste Collection June 20, 2015 at HFC

This event takes place Saturday, June 20, 2015 — 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Henry Ford College and is sponsored by the Wayne County Department of Public Services.

Examples of Acceptable Items

  • Household paints, stains, dyes;
  • Floor wax, floor care products, carpet cleaner;
  • Furniture polish, bathroom cleaners, stain removers, solvents;
  • Pharmaceutical Waste (NON-CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ONLY);
  • Nail polish, glue;
  • Fertilizer, lawn and garden chemicals, pesticides;
  • Antifreeze, motor oil, gasoline, propane tanks;
  • Automotive batteries and dry cell batteries, fluorescent bulbs (all types);
  • Fire extinguishers, smoke detectors; and
  • Mercury thermometers, thermostats and elemental mercury.

Electronics Recycling

  • Computer CPU’s,
  • Monitors,
  • Printers,
  • Scanners,
  • Keyboards,
  • Mice
  • Cell phones,
  • Fax machines,
  • Copiers, and

Only household generated products from Wayne County are acceptable.

Unacceptable Items include: Commercial waste, Industrial waste, radioactive material, explosives, ammunition, 55 gallon drums, shock sensitive materials, household trash, refrigerators, microwaves or other appliances, tires, yard waste, roofing shingles, concrete.

For information on how to dispose of these items, please contact the Wayne County Resource Recovery Coordinator at 734-326-3936.

May 20

TEST OUT ANNOUNCEMENT, JUNE 2015

TEST OUT will take place at Dearborn High School in June for World Languages and Core Subjects.

Students may test out of only 2 semester classes each semester.  Students may test out of classes in which they

  1. believe they can demonstrate mastery of the content without actually enrolling in the course
  2. earned a failing grade
  3. lost partial credit due to poor attendance

Students must receive a minimum score of 78% on the exam to earn credit.  If you are interested in testing out of a class then see Ms. Bazzi for a Test Out Form.

FORMS MUST COMPLETED AND TURNED IN BY Friday, May 29, 2015 (NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE!)