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Stevenson Middle School is a place of meaningful relationships and mutual respect where every student experiences growth and takes responsibility for their learning, while growing one leader at a time.
Leadership is doing what is right even when no one else is watching.
Points of Pride
The percentage of special education students making gains on this years NWEA were 63% in math, 81% in reading, 82% in Language Usage, and 79% in Science under the new special education program implemented and developed at Stevenson this year.
Discipline ODRs decreased by over 50% from last year to this due to numerous interventions in the classroom, restorative practices, and a focus on creating a positive climate and culture.
In a new social studies pilot class, at risk students raised NWEA scores up to 61 points in Reading due to a focus on implementing the curriculum with instructional strategies centered around improving reading skills.
The Stevenson store was developed and implemented through a pilot program in math that incorporated the core standards through the creation, development, implementation, and management of a school store.
- 30 students competed in the State History Day. One of our 7th-grade winners has her exhibit displayed in the Yankee Air Museum.
- District Spelling Bee Champs!!!!
- Battle of the Books Champions!!!
- Every student who attended Solo & Ensemble medaled with a first or second division.
- National Junior Honor Society students raised over $5000 for charities this year.
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.
Stevenson Latest News
On March 8th, Stevenson Middle School celebrated their student's NWEA score success with an indoor field day and a prize raffle. A chapter of The National Guard supplied blow up games for football, baseball and obstacle course and the school hired a DJ. Any student that met their growth goal was entered into a raffle for many prizes including Principal for the Day, Air Time gift certificates and many other fun options around the City of Westland
On February 13th the Girls from the Get It Girls Club at Stevenson went with Ms. McComb to the Microsoft Offices in the Detroit Compuware building. This field trip was provided by the Michigan Council of Women and Technology (MCWT) who works with Ms. McComb and her students weekly on Coding Robotics and Women Speakers. The goal of this program is to provide girls with opportunities in technology with the hope to get more girls to consider careers in technology. During this trip the girls listened to a speaker panel from women with careers in Microsoft, they got to do a coding activity with Harry Potter software and wands, and they were able to tour the Microsoft offices.
Attention 6-12 grade students. We need your help in planning for the future of Wayne-Westland Community Schools.
Please share your thoughts with us in this survey
Student Hours: Full Day: 7:50 am - 2:40 pm
AM Half Day: 7:50 am - 11:00 am
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1/2 Day-Middle SchoolDate: Mar 22Calendar: Stevenson Middle School
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