Welcome ToWildwood Elementary
Learning and Leading for Life
As you enter Wildwood Elementary you become a member of our family. At Wildwood we share in each others accomplishments, failures, happiness and frustrations. We laugh together, lean together, love together, and live together.
The Wildwood family strives to maintain the values of honesty, responsibility, respect, hard work, and a sense of pride in a safe environment.
The Wildwood family will meet the high expectations of the 21st century by developing successful, life-long learners and productive members making a positive difference in the community.
The Wildwood think tank is a place where home and school relationships flourish. We welcome you to join us as we stay on the cutting edge of research and technology.
Wildwood envisions ourselves as a model school. As a family we are dedicated to learning at all levels. Every member feels valued and ideas are shared. At Wildwood we invite you to join our family and help make a difference. Learning for all whatever it takes!
Wildwood Latest News
Walk+Roll Challenge - Safe Routes to School
Wildwood Elementary will be taking part in a Walk + Roll Challenge! Your child will receive a tracking handout so they can track the days they arrive to school using active transportation. Tracking sheets should be turned into your student's teacher on Friday, September 22nd, 2023. Students will receive a prize the following week for participating! A flyer is coming home with additional details!
District Latest News
Care Solace Article - National Hispanic American Heritage Month
September 15 to October 15 celebrates National Hispanic American Heritage Month, which honors Hispanic and Latino Americans' unique cultures and contributions.
Letter to the Community from Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy
The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office is encouraging all parents/guardians to have a conversation with your school-age children regarding an issue that has become all too prevalent, namely threats to commit school violence.
See link below for full letter.
Care Solace Article - Suicide Prevention Month
Recognizing when people in our lives are struggling with emotional pain and helping them feel comfortable to talk about it can help prevent mental health crises, including suicide. Learning the warning signs, knowing how to start a conversation, and knowing where to get professional help can make a powerful, life-changing difference.
The Wayne-Westland Wrap Up - August 24, 2023
Greetings Wayne-Westland Families,
Welcome back! As the new school year approaches, I welcome you to the upcoming academic year. Together, we embark on a journey of growth, learning, and inspiration for our students and the entire school community.
500 N. Wildwood
Westland, MI 48185
Attendance Line: 734-419-2799
Full Day: 8:30 am - 3:20 pm
AM Half Day: 8:30 am - 11:40 am
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District PD Day - No School for StudentsDate: Sep 27Calendar: Wildwood Elementary
Chuck E Cheese Dine to Donate 11:00 AM to 9:00 PMChuck E Cheese Dine to DonateDate: Sep 27Time: 11:00 AM to 9:00 PMLocation: Chuck E. Cheese, 42001 Ford Rd, Canton, MI 48187, USACalendar: Wildwood Elementary
23 Octoberthru October 27
Wildwood Book FairDate: Oct 23 - Oct 27Calendar: Wildwood Elementary
1/2 Day Students - 11:40 DismissalDate: Oct 31Calendar: Wildwood Elementary
6 Novemberthru November 9
Mobile DentistDate: Nov 6 - Nov 9Calendar: Wildwood Elementary
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