A journalist’s story: Detroiter travels world

Academics, Activities

A journalist’s story: Detroiter travels world

2 Comments 07 December 2012

Detroit-area journalist and lawyer Jeff Ghannam came to Unis Middle School to describe his path from schools in the area to jobs in which he has been able to travel the world.

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Halloween means it’s time for dancing

Activities, Video

Halloween means it’s time for dancing

6 Comments 18 November 2012

Unis Middle Schools show their Halloween spirit by dancing, playing, carving jack-o-lanterns and, of course, dressing up.

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Michigan Authors have stories to tell

Activities

Michigan Authors have stories to tell

No Comments 16 May 2012

Michigan authors are all set up and ready with their books and stories at Michigan’s International Book Festival.

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Performing arts punches up our electives

Activities

Performing arts punches up our electives

3 Comments 06 March 2012

In its first year at McCullough-Unis, performing arts has older students writing and staging performances for the rest of the school to watch and enjoy. The activity includes writing, speaking, rehearsing and creating props.

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Unis Middle School

Unis School serves grades K-8 in the Dearborn Public School District. The school principal is Heyam Alcodray. These are its beliefs about education:

  • A student's highest potential includes improvements academically, artistically, emotionally and socially.
  • Student achievement requires a cooperative effort among parents, teachers and the community to provide encouragement and reinforce core values.
  • Good instruction is assessment-driven, outcomes-based, active, and engaging.
  • Effective instruction touches the world of each student providing for different learning styles and needs.
  • Education is a life-long process that prepares students to be successful, contributing citizens in a changing world.

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