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Students at Roosevelt-McGrath had a great time Duct taping their principal to the wall. This event was a fundraiser for the Roosevelt-McGrath PTO. Students were able to purchase strips of tape to help secure Mr. Hallman to the wall.
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. Stop in and visit North Brothers Ford today! Please inform your salesman for this offer.
The Westland Police Department currently fields two canine teams, Officer Michael Little with his partner "Hemi" and Officer Derek Trosper with his partner "Narco". Caine Narco has been in service since 2012 while Canine Hemi was just acquired in 2014.
Both Canines are fully trained, multi-purpose German Shepherds and are certified through the National Association of Professional Canine Handlers (NAPCH) and K-9 ATF. Hemi and Narco are trained in obedience, narcotic detection, building searches, evidence searches, area searches, tracking, and handler protection.
Officer Little and Officer Trosper along with their canine partners are available for public demonstrations with schools, churches and other community groups. If you have any questions about the canine program or would like to request a demonstration, please contact Deputy Chief Brian Miller at (734) 467-3529.
Mrs.Mullican 1st grade and Mrs. Novak of SXI did an inclusion day with their 1st graders today. It was great to see everyone helping one another.
Our 1st and 2nd graders put on a wonderful performance at Roosevelt-McGrath for their winter concert. Each grade sang three winter-themed songs and for a special encore, both grades came together to sing Jingle Bells where they invited the audience to join in. We had an amazing turnout and the gym was packed full.
Who doesn't enjoy a good ugly sweater party? Our students came prepared wearing the worst (best?) sweaters they could find!
View all images from Roosevelt-Mcgrath Elementary school's "Jump with Jill" live tour performance.
Currently on their live tour, "Jump with Jill" has been visiting our elementary students and teaching them the importance of healthy eating and exercise. Using fun activities, on-stage demonstrations, and humor, the group continues to enjoy their time visiting Wayne-Westland Community Schools.