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Volunteers are always welcome at Wayne Memorial High School. Please complete the parent volunteer profile and turn in at schedule pick up or into the office at any time. We need parent volunteers for these tentative upcoming activities:
- August 22nd for schedule pick up from 7:30 – 2:00 pm;
- August 23rd for schedule pick up from 7:30 am – 2:00 pm;
- August 23rd for new student orientation from 6:30 – 8 pm;
- August 28th for open house from 5:30 – 7 pm;
- August 30th for 1st day of school from 6:30 – 11:30 am;
- September 13th for picture day during the school day;
- September 14th for picture day during the school day;
- September 23rd for the homecoming dance from 6:30 – 10:30 pm;
- October 20th for the Spooktacular from 5 – 8 pm;
- November 1st for picture retake day from 7 am – 1 pm;
- November 15th for parent teacher conferences from 5 – 8 pm;
- November 16th for parent teacher conferences from 2:30 – 5:30 pm;
- November 28th for the academic letter ceremony from 5:30 – 8:30 pm;
- May 18th for the senior farewell event from 5 – 11 pm;
- May 31st for senior honors ceremony from 6 – 9 pm; and
- June 5th for underclass departmental awards from 5:45 – 8:30 pm.
Parents are welcome to be part of the steering committee (this is the building level decision-making committee). Meetings are the following dates at 2:10 pm (unless otherwise noted): August 22nd, September 13th, September 27th, October 4th, October 18th, November 8th, November 29th, January 24th, February 7th, March 7th, March 14th, April 25th, and May 2nd, May 30th.
If you can help at any of these events or would like more information about them or about other volunteering opportunities, please contact Sue Webb (734) 788 9362 (call or text) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important information for parents from parents
WMHS has many great opportunities for students to advance. Students have the opportunity to be in AP (advanced placement) classes, direct college classes, dual enrolled and to test out of classes. These are all great ways for students to get ahead and to get an early start on college. Direct college and dual enrollment classes give students the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. AP classes allow students to take a test (for a fee) at the end of the class to get college credit. Testing out of a class allows a student to receive the credit for that class without taking the class. They sign up, do the required projects, take the final and if they pass with a 78% or higher, get the credit. This allows students to have the opportunity to take higher level classes. Students need to talk to the counseling staff about these options.
WMHS has many great clubs and organizations for students to be involved. One of our newest clubs is the Interact Club; this is a community service based club. Students will get more out of high school by being involved. They can get a list of clubs / organizations from the main office or the website.
Raise money for WMHS
WMHS is part of Kroger Community Rewards. Please go to krogercommunityrewards.com and sign up for community rewards. It is super easy. Our number is 90917. It also does not take away from fuel points that you earn, it is just a great way to help WMHS.
Support local businesses
There are many businesses who support WMHS in many ways. Please consider conducting business with them and let them know that you appreciate their support: Dan’s Enterprises Glass, Langworthy-Kendall Agency, Michigan Chiropractic Specialists, Jack Demmer Ford, Arrow Strategies, Mark Chevrolet, McCarthy & Smith, North Brothers Ford, Wayne Rotary, Wayne – Westland Federal Credit Union, Al Dente Pasta Company, All Star Driver Education, Alpena Shipwreck Tours, American Eagle Outfitters, Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra, Antonio’s, Michigan Chiropractic Specialists, Aramark, Bavarian Inn Restaurant, Belle Tire, Better Made Chips, Chateau Chantal, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Cirque Amongus, COSI, Cranbrook Institute of Science, Dairy Queen (Wayne), Detroit Princess Riverboat, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Tigers, Detroit Zoo, Douglas J Aveda Institute, English Gardens, Famous Dave’s, Flash Flood Water Park, Focal Point Studio, Ford Wyoming Drive-In, Forum Fitness, Frankenmuth River Tours, Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park, Gardener White Furniture, Integrity Pure and Natural, Gilmore Car Museum, Gordon Food Service, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids Public Museum, Grand Travers Pie Company, Graze, Green Bay Packers, Heartland Market Place, The Henry Ford, Henry Ford College Foundation, Impression 5, Indigo Spa, “Jiffy” Mixes, Kings Island, Leslie Science and Nature Center, Mackinac Island Carriage Tours, Mackinac State Historic Parks, Mackinaw Tour (Straits Area Tour), Meadow Brook Theatre, Michigan Awesome, Michigan Science Center, MJR Westland Grand Digital Cinema 16, MOD Pizza (Canton), Nelis’ Dutch Village, On the Border (Westland), Outdoor Adventure Center, Pewabic Pottery, Potter Park Zoo, Purple Rose Theatre, Schwartz’s Greenhouse & Retail, Science Central, Shepler’s Mackinac Island Ferry, Skateland West, Sky zone, Slows BarBq, Splash Universe, Sysco, Texas Roadhouse, Toledo Zoo, Tony Sacco’s Coal Oven Pizza, Walt Disney World, and Zap Zone.
Wayne Memorial High School's Parent Advisory Council is a group of parents whose goal is to fund and plan programs for the students outside the normal school day. The Zebra-PAC also serves as a sounding board for the administration on new programs and is kept informed on current legislation and policies which affect public education.
To learn more about this group or to become an active participant, it is simply a matter of joining us. If you are interested, contact Principal Kevin Weber at 734-419-2206 for meeting dates and times.
E-mail us at email@example.com
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