Over the past ten years, enrollment has changed significantly within Wayne-Westland Community Schools. The budgeting process has shown that steps need to be taken to address our district’s financial challenges and the changing enrollment. I want to update you on our current plan going forward.
As part of the district’s ongoing commitment to communicate frequently with our community during this time of change, we want to provide a brief update on several important issues related to transportation services.
As we continue our journey to provide an outstanding education to the children in our community, our commitment to transparency remains steadfast. I want to update you on the district’s current plan regarding the budget discrepancies.
Join us for our “Student Inspired Creations” microenterprise event! Students will be selling handmade items such as: Magnets, keychains, ornaments, home decor, candles, bracelets, and more! This is a cash-only event. Senior Center: 36745 Marquette, Westland, MI 48185
Greetings Wayne-Westland Families,
Winter has arrived this week with colder temperatures and even some snow. Winter weather can take a toll on school attendance. Snow, ice and rain can make it hard to get children to school. Illnesses such as colds, flu, fevers, and earaches are more frequent in the winter. Here is some information to help keep your children healthy and in school this winter.
As part of our ongoing commitment to provide your children with a safe and reliable school experience, we want to share some significant upcoming changes with our transportation services.
Wayne-Westland Community Schools is seeking applications for the current vacant position on the board of education. An individual will be appointed to fill the vacant position through November 5, 2024.
Interested persons must submit a letter via email expressing interest in the board position and their qualifications to OstranderA@wwcsd.net no later than 4 p.m. on Friday, November 10, 2023.
As we hit the mid-point of our fall term, I want to begin by expressing my gratitude for your ongoing work. Your professionalism and engagement with our students encourages their growth and development and leads to their long term success. I also want to update you on some significant challenges that the district will face in the months ahead.
This week, our schools participated in Be a Buddy, Not a Bully Week to recognize National Bullying Prevention Month and encourage students to show kindness and compassion to each other. These lessons are imperative in creating a supportive school environment and are critical to enhancing student learning and relationships.
There's a common misconception that military training only equips individuals with combat skills, leaving them ill-prepared for civilian jobs. However, this is not entirely true. While the military does train soldiers to defend the country, it also prepares them for a diverse range of professions.