Welcome ToWildwood Elementary School
Mission Statement & Points of Pride
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!
Points of Pride
- Achieved school-wide NWEA reading goal!
- PTO purchased 30 Chromebook laptops for students. This allowed us to have 1 class set of laptops for every grade level.
- Our PTO sponsored Spring Carnival/Fundraiser was a huge community success. Community invested in our students and we raised $10,600.00.
- Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) continue to volunteer to support our students and teachers all year long.
- Earned an award for being a green school by the city of Westland.
- Collected donations for 5 different charities by grade level over the holiday season for such charities as the Humane Society, Gleaners Food Bank, the Westland Library, and others!
- 100% of our teachers utilize Compass Learning Odyssey, a web-based learning tool that provides a personalized learning path for each student.
- Our student leadership team, the Wildwood Flashlight Team, records a Wolf Talk morning announcements news show that broadcasts every day for our entire school.
- Teachers invested in differentiating instruction through the use of new and innovative programs such as Literacy Footprints.
- We have Student of the Month assemblies
- Our teachers are invested in differentiating instruction through the use of new and innovative programs such as Literacy Footprints.
School Supply List
The Cost of Educating a Student
March 21, 22, and 23rd at 7pm
John Glenn Auditorium
$10 for students / $12 adults
This year's Coffee with the Superintendent will take place on April 11th, 2019 at 9am. Location will be at Schweitzer Elementary School (2601 Treadwell, Westland MI 48186)
April 25, 26, and 27th at 7pmStockmeyer Auditorium (Wayne Memorial High School)
Tickets are $12
Doors open 30 minutes before each show
Changes are coming to Wayne-Westland. We need your input on right-sizing the District.
ThoughtExchange is one way in which you can help provide feedback.
What factors should be considered when determining what school should be closed?
Participate now (no identifying information needed):
Also, please join us at one of the following community meetings:
- Tuesday, March 5 @ 3:45pm at Marshall Upper Elementary School library
- Wednesday, March 13 @ 3:15pm at Adams Upper Elementary School library
- Wednesday, March 13 @ 6pm at Franklin Middle School library
- Thursday, March 14 @ 7pm at Stevenson Middle School library
The Champions Program is a before and after school childcare program offered at all of the K-6 buildings in the Wayne-Westland Community School District. We provide structured childcare services before and after school, during school breaks, snow days and a summer camp program!
Champions before and aftercare makes the hours before and after school fun and engaging. Kids get everything they need to start the school day energized and end the school day, ready to go home for some quality family time! Our fun and varied program is made up of various hands-on activities that give your child the opportunity to continue learning before and after school.
And remember, our program is open to all families—even those who don’t attend Champions during the rest of the year. So tell a friend or family member. You can feel confident knowing Champions has been recognized as a high-quality provider by AdvancED, earning us corporation accreditation.
We have partnered with the Community Financial Credit Union to offer student-led credit unions at Wildwood Elementary and Edison Elementary. We held our official grand opening at Wildwood!
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.
Thank you everyone who helped get this Bond passed! The approval of the Wayne-Westland Community Schools Bond will improve the academic environment for local students. Your votes secured funds for WWCS to make improvements to address safety, security, health, energy efficiency, accessibility, and technology issues within our facilities. These additional funds will also allow for updates to learning environments to meet 21st-century curriculum and educational goals. Again, WWCS thanks you for voting yes and showing your commitment to the community and education!
Attendance Line: 734-419-2799
Student Hours: Full Day: 9:00 am - 3:50 pm
AM Half Day: 9:00 am -12:10 pm
|‹ March 2019 ›|
Community Financial Student Run Credit Union 11:15 AM to 12:15 PMCommunity Financial Student Run Credit UnionDate: Mar 28Time: 11:15 AM to 12:15 PMCalendar: Wildwood Elementary
1 Aprthru Apr 5
SPRING RECESS - NO SCHOOLDate: Apr 1 - Apr 5Calendar: Wildwood Elementary
Warren Road Church Hosts Family Dinner and Reading Nights 6:00 PM to 7:30 PMWarren Road Church Hosts Family Dinner and Reading NightsDate: Apr 10Time: 6:00 PM to 7:30 PMCalendar: Wildwood Elementary