Please join us in launching our You Drive. Kids Thrive. partnership with North Brothers Ford on January 15 @ 12pm @ North Brothers Ford on Ford Rd in Westland.
The You Drive. Kids Thrive. program will support 5th graders going to camp and afterschool activities. North Brothers Ford will donate $200 to Wayne-Westland Community Schools when individuals buy or lease a new vehicle.
Please join us in celebrating this wonderful partnership! Please RSVP by calling (734) 419-2036.
Thank you for your support.
Wayne Memorial High School will be hosting an 8th grade parent night for those transitioning to 9th grade or interested in getting more information about Wayne Memorial High School for the 2019-2020 school year. Students do not have to be currently attending a Wayne-Westland Community School to attend.
The event will be held on February 5, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. in the Wayne Memorial High School Stockmeyer Auditorium.
Topics covered will include: scheduling, graduation requirements, testing out requirements, direct college courses, AP courses, extra-curricular activities, and much more. All are welcome to attend and questions are encouraged. Parking is available in the Glenwood Street parking lot and guests should enter through the front of the auditorium. Any additional questions should be directed to the Counseling Department at (734) 419-2215. We look forward to seeing you there!
This seminar will take place at Stevenson Middle School at 6pm on January 8th, 2018.
The Rouge River student artwork contest has just begun! The theme this year is to design trading cards (following a template) with the theme: What's in YOUR watershed? I've attached a flyer with the official rules, and all information and templates can be found on the Friends of the Rouge website here: https://therouge.org/artwork-contest/ Entries are due by end-of-day January 11. Mailing or dropping them off to the Friends of the Rouge office is the preferred method, but they may also be scanned/emailed to me or faxed. Winners will be featured on the posters distributed to each school. While the focus is for students from Rouge Education Project schools, this contest is open to any school/class within the Rouge River watershed. If the school features a winner, they will get copies of the poster, too. So feel free to spread the word!
Volunteers needed to help look for sensitive aquatic insects that indicate good water quality. If you would like to volunteer or know someone who would, please review flyer above.
We are thrilled to announce and share that two of our William D. Ford Career Tech students placed in the NAIAS competition. There were 753 entries in total this year from schools in Michigan and Ohio (20 of which came from us). 16 prizes are awarded. We took two of those!
Thank you to Miss Michigan, Alyse Madej for visiting our 1st-grade students at Hamilton! Miss Madej read a book and talked to us about diversity, self-confidence, and kindness. Thank you to our student teacher Miss. Caitlyn Holliwell for inviting her to visit!
Knights of Columbus from St. Edith in Livonia, has generously donated 1,562 items, including: hygiene items, gloves, hats, scarves, coats, t-shirts, sweatpants and underwear for students in Wayne-Westland Community Schools. In addition, they donated $220 to assist students in need. Thank you to our faith based partners! #ExcellenceIsTheExpectation
Message from Dr. Holt regarding reinstatement of Principal Kevin Weber.
This year our preschoolers from William D. Ford Career Tech's Sunshine & Rainbow program wrote and mailed letters to Santa! After writing letters they walked down and mailed them in Santa's own very special bag.
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