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Safety At Stottlemyer
At Stottlemyer we take building safety very seriously. As we get into the colder months we will begin our safety drills at school. At the preschool level this consists of practicing "stop, look, and listen" to follow teacher directions in case of an emergency. There is a PA announcement to "stop and look at your teachers and follow their directions". Then teachers have student practice a Simon Says type game where they "go touch the door" or "go touch the window" or "sit on the carpet". The most important part of this practice is getting students to stop playing and tune in to teacher directions as soon as they are asked. We practice this twice during the year.
In addition to our safety drills, we always have our doors closed and locked and we require all students and adults to be supervised while walking through the hallways. We ask for your cooperation to keep our students safe, by always checking in at the front office and never taking your child straight to their classroom door.
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Care Solace Article: National Stress Free Holiday Month
Message to Community: Happy December! With the holidays upon us, there are many reasons to be joyful. It's a time for sharing, laughter, giving back, and creating memories with family and friends. The holidays, however, can also be stressful. We may be making plans to visit loved ones, managing our budget for gifts, or coordinating events with our community. With an already-packed schedule, these additional tasks can add stress to our lives.
Dear Wayne-Westland School Community:
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.
Dear Wayne-Westland School Community:
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.
Care Solace Article: Finals Season
A Message for Students: As we approach winter break, many of you may feel the pressure of finals season. We want to remind you to take care of yourself as you study, finish projects, and prepare for winter break.
Points of Pride
Stottlemyer Early Childhood Center is a well rounded family center that offers resources to families who qualify from birth to age five. We have dedicated specialist personnel including two nurses, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and a psychologist to meet the unique needs of each of our students.
All families are welcome at Stottlemyer! We offer tuition free programs for families who qualify in addition to affordable tuition-based preschool for those who don’t meet state and federal earning thresholds. We also offer specialty programs for students with special developmental needs that combine highly skilled and specialized programming with opportunities to interact with and be included in general education preschool programs. The SXI Program offers a wide range of accommodations, modifications, and use of assistive technology throughout the school day to meet EVERY student where he/she is at.
We offer a wide range of parent resources and supports. We have before and after care for students to better accommodate parent working schedules. We seek continuous parent involvement in our school through participation in our parent policy committee, numerous during and after school events for families, and daily opportunities for families to volunteer in the classroom.
Stottlemyer Early Childhood
Westland, MI 48185
Champions Before and After Care
Phone: (734) 512-8571
Mon - Th 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Full Day: 9:10 am - 4:00 pm
AM Half Day: 9:10 am - 12:20 pm
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