Geer Park Elementary School

Social Media Pranks and an Update relative to Oxford

Dear Geer Park Families,

Please read the district message regarding Social Media Pranks and other relevant information.

In addition, I personally want to let you know that the school is safe and the teachers and I are doing everything that we can to make it a very positive and a safe learning environment for all students.

The police did their routine check 3 times yesterday and one time today, so far.

All is well. I promise you.

We will be proactive and have indoor lunch recess as well as indoor morning line too.

Thank you for all of your support.

Please contact the main office if you have any questions about anything. 313-827-2300.


We are trying something new starting today. We will have a bin outside the front doors for parents to drop off student lunches and other student items. We are doing our best to reduce the amount of traffic in the building due to Covid restrictions as well as concerns that the community has shared in regards to social media pranks.

Thanks for always being supportive to the teachers and staff at Geer Park.


Proud Principal of Geer Park

Mr. Jamel Lawera

Social Media Pranks and an Update relative to Oxford
Social Media Pranks and an Update relative to Oxford
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Dearborn Public Schools is reminding parents that we have resources available to students who need emotional support during trying times.

Students and families can contact our emotional support hotline at 313-827-3500 or at to request assistance. (Please call 911 in the event of an emergency.) Families who contact the district hotline will receive a follow up contact by a school counselor, social worker or psychologist.

Families can also find resources to help support their child’s social-emotional well-being on the district’s SEL website and in the flyers below.

NASP Talking to your child about violence paper

NASP Talk to your child about violence in Arabic

One page flyer – Talking to your child about violence

District’s Social Emotional Learning website