CONGRATULATIONS 2022Community High School Graduates!
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Visit our Enroll Today page now for information on the Enrollment Process, What Schools your Child/ren will attend, What to Bring, as well as other important information and enrollment Quick Links.
If you are interested in registering for courses here at the Tinkham Educational Center, fill out the form and someone will be in touch with you.
How many credits do you need to graduate?
Students with 18 credits in the Michigan Merit Curriculum (MMC) can graduate.
How often do graduations take places for students?
We graduate students every 9 weeks.
Important Forms, Documents & Links
WWCS Forms, Documents & Links
Bus Transportation Routes - MISTAR
Bus Transportation Forms & Information
Champions Before & After School
High School Points of Pride
Meal Magic Parent Portal
Military Recruitment Opt Out Form
Update Registration for Current Students
Volunteer Information & ICHAT Form
Points of Pride
Points of Pride
- 85 graduates for the 2017-18 school year, compared to 46 in 2016-17, 10 in 2015-16, and 6 in 2014-15.
- 88% of the school population feel supported by staff, compared to 44% in recent years, found through our school perception data survey
- Over 90% of our student population passes at least one of their classes, compared to 71% of our students in 2015-16
- We have almost tripled the percentage of students who pass all of their classes from two years ago.
- 88% of our potential graduates this year graduated on time
- 3 teachers (almost half of my teachers) on staff have been teaching for over 20 years
- The newly developed COST (Coordination Of Services Team) program has almost 40 community members on it!
- Program enrollment has tripled over the past four years and each year we have a waiting list
- Our e2020 (online) pass rate has increased from 26% three years ago to now 65%
WWCHS Latest News
Wayne-Westland Schools announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program for children.
Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) provides supplemental food assistance benefits to students who have temporarily lost access to free or reduced-price school meals due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wayne-Westland Community School District families can visit Food Service page to learn if their child is eligible for P-EBT assistance for September 2021, October 2021, November 2021, or December 2021.
March Madness will kick off the week of March 21. Think of March Madness as a college and career readiness spirit week. Our goal is to start or perhaps ignite the conversation around the various pathways students have after high school. Each day will be be focused on a different pathway with a theme.
- Monday: Military Monday
- Tuesday: Trades Tuesday
- Wednesday: William D. Ford Wednesday
- Thursday: Tycoon Thursday
- Friday: Final Four Friday
Severe weather is expected in our area later this week so we want to share the process and factors the District uses when determining a weather-related school closing. The decision to close school due to inclement weather is not an easy one. We know that it is best for students to be in class, but we can’t control the weather. Our priority is the safety of our students and staff.
More details about our Inclement Weather Procedures
Dear Wayne-Westland Community School students & families,
We are officially halfway through the 2021-22 school year. While this year has certainly had its challenges, I am proud of our community for remaining resilient and working together toward one important goal: the academic success and well-being of our students. With six months of the school year in the books, we thought it a good time to provide our families with a “State of Our Schools” update.
As you likely know, our District is anticipating receiving approximately $47,801,861 in ESSER COVID-19 funding. This funding has allowed us to implement new policies and procedures designed to protect the health and wellness of students. This funding also allows us to plan for future improvements to our school buildings and programs, and to advance achievement. To date, we’ve used ESSER funding to provide building nurses, contracted services to support learning, technology purchases, HVAC upgrades, curriculum, virtual learning opportunities, staff costs for the prior year for summer learning as well as ongoing mental health support.
Like many districts across Michigan and the nation, we are facing the challenge of staffing shortages, including teachers, substitutes, professional support staff, bus drivers and more. Wayne-Westland Community Schools is more than a school district—we are a community, and it takes all of us working together to support our students. To address staffing shortages, we have contracted with two staffing referral and workplace solution agencies to assist with our efforts of placing qualified individuals in positions that have been difficult to hire. Additionally, we have worked with our Communications Department to boost social media advertisements targeted for specific openings. We are also active in fostering pre-existing as well as new partnerships with local universities to create a direct line of access for potential teaching candidates. Through these efforts, we have been able to ensure our students are receiving the resources they need to grow academically, socially and emotionally. If you or someone you know is interested in working for the district, please visit our website.
Health and Safety
Our number one priority at Wayne-Westland Community Schools is to provide a safe and comfortable learning environment where students are positioned to thrive in our schools and beyond after graduation. It has been a joy having students and teachers back in the building this year for in-person learning. We’re seeing students participate in hands-on learning once again and building relationships with their peers and teachers through clubs and activities. When children attend school all day, every day, they are more likely to see a boost in their academic and mental well-being. Help your child, and school, achieve success by ensuring they attend school each and every day.
We understand the pandemic continues to be an issue in Wayne County. I encourage families to monitor for signs of COVID-19 and keep your children home if they have a fever or are feeling ill. We have resources and support available to your student should they have to quarantine. Please continue to practice safe COVID-19 practices such as washing your hands, doing at-home symptom checks, social distancing, wearing masks and getting the vaccine.
Thank you for your continued commitment to Wayne-Westland Community Schools and for partnering with us on your child’s education. By working together, we can ensure that the second half of the school year is one to remember for our students, our families and our school community.
John Dignan, Ed.D.
Wayne-Westland Community High School.
5400 Fourth Street
Wayne, MI 48184
Attendance Line: 734-419-2436
Full Day: 7:50 am - 2:40 pm
Wayne-Westland Community High School
5400 Fourth Street
Wayne, MI 48184
Website Accessibility Policy
Wayne-Westland Community Schools (“District”) is committed to ensuring accessibility of its website for students, parents, employees, and members of the public. All pages on the District’s website will conform to the W3C WAI’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, Level AA conformance, or updated equivalents of those guidelines. The District will continue to test future releases/updates of its website and remains committed to maintaining its compliance and serving the widest possible audience. To this end, the District will perform periodic accessibility audits of its website.
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