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At the end of the season only one team in each division can hoist the trophy, and those teams were Renaissance and Western. The championship game was Wednesday, May 11. DIVISION ONE Renaissance played Western at the University of Detroit Mercy Field and won 10 to 6. DIVISION TWO Central played Denby at the University of Detroit Mercy Field and won convincingly 24 to 4.
These are the league standings as of 4-29-16. Division One East 1st: Cass 4-1 2nd: East English Village 3-2 3rd: King 2-3 2nd: Cody 1-4 Division One West 1st: Renaissance 5-0 2nd: Western 5-0 3rd: Ford 1-4 4th: Mumford 0-5 Division Two East Standings: 1st: Osborn 3-2 2nd: DIA 2-2 2nd: Southeastern 2-2 4th: Pershing 0-5 Division Two West Standings: 1st: Central 4-0 2nd: Denby 4-0 3rd: CMA 3-1 4th: DCP at NW 2-3 5th: West Side 0-5
These are the league standings as of 4-29-16. Mega League Standings 1st: Cass Tech 8-3 1st: Renaissance 8-3 3rd: Western 7-3-1 4th: King 5-5-1 5th: East English Village 3-8 6th: Mumford 1-10 West Standings 1st: Central 3-1 2nd: Ford 3-1 3rd: CMA 2-2 4th: Cody 2-2 East Standings 1st: Osborn 4-0 2nd: Denby 2-2 3rd: DCP at NW 0-4 4th: Pershing 0-4
Softball and Baseball have officially started this week in the Detroit Public Schools! Softball scores from Thursday, April 14, 2016. Renaissance 11 – East English Village 5. Cass 22 – Ford 9. Osborn 19 – DCP at Northwestern 4. Northwestern 16 – King 2. Cody 19 – Mumford 17. CMA 10 – DIA 3. Central 22 – Southeastern 0. Pitcher J’Nai Sykes from Central pitched a no-hitter! West Side 7 – Pershing 8. Baseball Scores from Tuesday, April 12, 2016. Renaissance 19 – Mumford 2. Western 16 – East English 0.
From the Desk of Roy S. Roberts, Emergency Manager Dear Detroit Public Schools parents and guardians, We want to remind you that Tuesday, Sept. 6 is the First Day for Teaching in Learning in Detroit Public Schools. It’s important for you to know that students are expected to be in school on the first day of school, attend school every day and stay in school for the entire school day. Regular daily attendance in school is extremely important. Research indicates that students who attend school regularly are more likely to be successful during their school years. Regular daily attendance also helps students develop good habits of being to school on time, builds a sense of responsibility for completing assignments and
Central Collegiate Academy launches unique partnership with Subway Corp. to have a University of Subway on site
Contact: Steven Wasko at 313-873-4542; Cell: 313-212-5636; firstname.lastname@example.org or Jennifer Mrozowski at 313-873-8401; Cell: 313-401-9018; email@example.com DPS’ Central Collegiate Academy is launching a University of Subway program, the first of its kind in the nation, in an effort to promote and create awareness surrounding healthy eating lifestyles, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship among high school students. Through the Subway University, students will learn steps in the production and distribution of products and services, as well as other methodologies to gain entrepreneurship skills by means of Subway as the business model. The program includes online courses and curriculum to train for positions such as “Sandwich Artist,” shift supervisors, managers and franchisees. More than two dozen students will participate. “This is a great
Contact: Steven Wasko at 313-873-4542; Cell: 313-212-5636; firstname.lastname@example.org or Jennifer Mrozowski at 313-873-8401; Cell: 313-401-9018; email@example.com Detroit Public Schools high schools continue to hold workshops this week and on weekends to prepare students for the Michigan Merit Exam and ACT. Southeastern High School, Central Collegiate Academy, Communication Media Arts, Mumford and others have designed special programs such as the “Michigan Merit Examination/ACT Test Preparation Institute” to ready students and teach test-taking strategies. Communication and Media Arts High School hosted its first annual 11th grade parent workshop Monday, focused on standardized testing and the college selection process. It was the first of a two-part series. The second will occur in the spring. The school today is holding test preparation workshops for
DPS offers workshops to teach parents to use new take-home academic toolkits for holiday break enrichment
Contact: Steven Wasko at 313-873-4542; Cell: 313-212-5636; firstname.lastname@example.org or Jennifer Mrozowski at 313-873-8401; Cell: 313-401-9018; email@example.com Thousands of Detroit Public Schools parents who attend workshops in DPS’ parent resource centers will be able to check out new take-home academic kits, a tool to ensure that learning and enrichment can continue through the holiday break. The kits, which this week will be available at every Parent Resource Center, contain varied academic items depending on the subject and grade level, such as Quizmo for math, a game at the middle school level; or magnetic letters to help students learn about words at the preschool level. Some kits contain short story books, while kits for high school-age students contain “100 words every teenager