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Detroit Public Schools Softball League Standings

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  

Detroit Public Schools Baseball League Standings

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/Baseball Week 1 Recap

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.  

Osborn’s Hip Hop Majorette Dance Team took 1st Place at U of M Dance Competition

Osborn High School’s Hip Hop Majorette Dance Team won 1st Place at the 13th Annual University of Michigan Dance Competition on Sunday, March 13 at Crisler Arena. With its spectacular atmosphere along with the energy, the winning team and dancers brought their passion and talent to this competition! The Osborn team took home three trophies for every participating performance category. Congratulations Osborn Dance Team members!

5th Annual NSBE Student Chapter Alternative Spring Break, March 7-9

The Michigan Technological University NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers) in collaboration with Detroit Public Schools, will visit nine DPS locations to host the 5th Annual Alternative Spring Break, offering free family engineering nights at K-8 schools and engineering presentations at high schools. The Alternative Spring Break will take place March 7-9 from 4-6 p.m. at participating locations. DPS schools to include: Family Engineering Nights: Monday, March 7: Maybury Elementary School Tuesday, March 8: Bates Academy Wednesday, March 9: A.L. Holmes Elementary-Middle School High School Presentations: Monday, March 7: Detroit Collegiate Preparatory High School at Northwestern and West Side Academy Tuesday, March 8: Medicine and Community Health at Cody and Detroit Institute of Technology at Cody Wednesday, March 9: Detroit

Results of Air Quality Tests at Spain and Four Other Schools Show Only Low Levels of Mold and No Black Mold Present

Water Quality Test at Spain also confirms no lead or bacteria detected  Detroit Public Schools, in conjunction with the inspection of school buildings by the City of Detroit, has engaged a third party, certified environmental consulting firm to address concerns of air quality. The results of the first of these tests, conducted at Spain Elementary-Middle School, Dossin Elementary-Middle School, Detroit International Academy for Young Women, A.L. Holmes Elementary School and the Osborn High School Campus have confirmed low levels of mold at these schools. The tests also confirmed that no black mold is present at any of the five schools. The report from ATC Group Services LLC (ATC) for Spain, which was tested on February 6, 2016, said that air

Osborn High School 2nd Annual “MLK Day Service Day” Event

This year buildOn is hosting its 2nd Annual Osborn High School “MLK Day Service Day” event on Monday, January 18 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Students, teachers and community members are encouraged to come together to attend the special day and take part in various service projects and activities to help beautify the Osborn community. Osborn will partner with several community organizations including AmeriCorps to board 25 vacant houses as part of the Safe Routes to School program, and distribute food and clothes to create a great impact in the Osborn Neighborhood. For more information about the 2nd Annual Osborn High School “MLK Day Service Day” event, contact Kayana Sessoms at 646-338-4041 or kayana.sessoms@buildon.org.

DPS High Schools offer Detroit 8th grade students career path options from medical to musical and more

New High School Open House Series tailored for 8th grade students

Detroit Public Schools launched this month a NEW initiative to ensure Detroit 8th grade students can explore the District’s High Schools before the spring Enrollment period to allow parents/guardians and their children to make the best decision possible for their High School of choice. All Detroit 8th grade students graduating in June 2016 are welcome to attend these fun and engaging events.

Life Remodeled Osborn Project Starts at the Top

Plans include high school roof repair, 12,000 volunteers to help restore neighborhood  The Life Remodeled 2015 project at Osborn High School and the Osborn community on the city’s east side really is starting at the top – as in raising the school roof. A traditional tear off and replacement of the worn-out and leaky roof would cost the Detroit Public Schools $2.4 million. By instead installing a 150,000-sq. ft. state-of-the-art roof system over the school the cost is reduced to about $900,000, said Chris Lambert, CEO of the non-profit community rebuilding effort. According to Lambert, the new roof also will carry a 20-year warranty. “Fixing the roof at Osborn is our football field this year,” Lambert said, referring to the

Osborn Prep students go green!

Detroit Collegiate Prep students in grades 9-12, including some students who are Autistic or Cognitively Impaired, recently worked in the conservatory, stacking pots in shelves, mixing soil, and planting turnip greens, peas, and herbs. The students learned how to measure and to follow instructions on the packaging for the seeds and discussed the care of the plants, including watering techniques and the type of sunlight and placement needed for plant growth.