My Child's School
Need to know where your child is going to be attending school? Locate your school can help.
What to Bring
Be prepared with with all your paperwork. Here is what you need to bring.
Find out what excellent programs Wayne-Westland School District has to offer.
Preparing Your Child
Summer activities that will make the Kindergarten transition easy.
Meet the staff. Tour the school. Start your child's future.
All eleven K-4 elementary schools will host a Kindergarten Round-up for parents and children on
Friday, March 16, 2018. Parents will have an opportunity to tour the school, meet the principal
and kindergarten teachers, discuss the curriculum, and review registration materials.
Join us on March 16!
Your incoming kindergartner will receive a
complimentary backpack with summer activities and a t-shirt!
My Child's School
What School Will My Child Attend?
Kindergarten Round-up will be held at the school your child will attend. If you're not sure what school is closest to you, our Find Your School page can help. Once you find the school your child will be attend, plan on attending our Kindergarten Round-Up. You and your child will have a chance to meet the principal and staff, tour the school and make sure your child is comfortable through the process of starting Kindergarten. Back To Top
If you have all the required documentation, you will be able to register your incoming kindergartner the day of Round-up.
What to Bring
What do I need to register my child for Kindergarten?
To register your child for kindergarten you will need an original birth certificate (with raised seal), immunization records, valid drivers license or state ID, three proofs of residency and a completed physical form. A checklist, physical form and other helpful documents can be found here. If you have all of the required paperwork we will be able to register your child during Kindergarten Round-Up. Back To Top
Talented and Gifted Program (TAG)
TAG program is tuition free and open for grades K-6.
Apply today. Questions? Please call 734.419.2082
What services and programs does Wayne-Westland Schools have to offer?
Wayne-Westland Community Schools offers programs to support and prepare students to succeed in a 21st century global work force. Our kindergarten students use technology, learn foreign language and are immersed in a core curriculum that motivates and challenges them. Our Champions Program is a before and after school program offered at each of our elementary buildings. Champions is great for kids and even better for busy parents. Wayne-Westland Schools also offers a Talented and Gifted Program (TAG), to serve our advanced learners in kindergarten through sixth grade. The TAG program is tuition free, all you need to do is apply. Back To Top
It's important to prepare your child as much as possible for kindergarten. To help here is a summer reading list.
What can I do to prepare my child for Kindergarten?
It is important to prepare your child for Kindergarten. Encourage your child to be self sufficient- zip his/her own clothes, put on and take off their own jacket, and tie their own shoes. Practice listening and following directions. You can also read to your child daily and practice using scissors, writing their name, counting, or identifying colors and shapes. In addition, practice getting ready for school with your child so they are familiar with the routine. Back To Top
If you have more questions about Wayne-Westland Schools or any of our programs. Please contact 734.419.2000.
We are located at 36745 Marquette, Westland, Michigan 48185. Between Newburgh and Wayne Road.