Welcome To Stottlemyer Early Childhood Center

Hello Families,

We had a great week enjoying the beautiful weather. Students were able to have outdoor recesses and utilize our 3 playgrounds every day! Did you know we have 3 playgrounds at Stottlemyer?? A bike play area with a fun hill, a regular playground, and a natural playground! Ask your child which one they like the best!

We are continuing to take applications for preschool for the 24-25 school year soon. If you know someone who may be interested please have then call the school or visit our website to complete the interest form.

Please know that you can reach out via email pagej@wwcsd.net or phone 734-419-2630.

NEWSLETTER: Stottlemyer Updates - May 20, 2024



Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Care Solace Article: Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

AAPI Heritage Month is a time to honor the rich tapestry of Asian American and Pacific Islander cultures.  Schools can be a powerful platform for celebration and learning. Here are a few ideas:

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The Wayne-Westland Wrap Up

The Wayne-Westland Wrap Up

Greetings Wayne-Westland Families,

As we approach Memorial Day weekend, it is important to remember that Memorial Day is not only a time for picnics and gatherings but also a solemn occasion to honor the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation. It's a time to reflect on their courage, selflessness, and dedication to preserving the freedoms we hold dear.

The Wayne-Westland Wrap Up - May 2024

Weekly Letter to Students, Parents and Staff

Dear Wayne-Westland Community Schools Students, Staff and Families,

Thank you for sharing such heartfelt sentiments during Teacher Appreciation Week. Their dedication and hard work often go unnoticed, so it’s heartwarming to know our teachers and staff felt appreciated and loved this week. When parents and students come together to express their gratitude, it creates a nurturing environment that benefits everyone involved. Staff play a crucial role in shaping young minds and fostering a positive learning environment. So, thank you for acknowledging their hard work.

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Thank you Teachers! Teacher Appreciation Week

Care Solace Article: Teacher Appreciation Week

While Teacher Appreciation Week falls in May, every day is a chance to recognize the incredible impact school staff has on our children's lives. Teachers, counselors, administrators, and everyone in between dedicate themselves to fostering a safe and nurturing environment where students can learn and thrive. Their tireless efforts inspire curiosity, build character, and shape the future of our communities.

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Connect, Include, Nurture, Inspire.Mission:Stottlemyer Early Childhood Center builds and fosters connections with families, students, staff,and our community to provide an inclusive environment for all learners that promotes success ofthe whole child through exploration and play to inspire every child to become a confident,independent, and life long learner.

We Believe:

  • Children learn in a safe, kind, nurturing, inclusive and respectful environment.
  • Building relationships with all students, families, and staff is a crucial link for educational success.
  • By providing families with resources, trainings, and connections within the community we empower their children to become lifelong learners.
  • In the development of the whole child including developing social emotional skills, individual interests and fostering independence.
  • Data and curriculum are used as a guide for individualized instruction.
  • Children learn through play at their own pace and all growth should be celebrated.
  • Providing every child with a positive learning environment and diverse experiences sets a foundation for learning success.

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. 


Jennifer Page
Preschool Principal

Contact Us

Stottlemyer Early Childhood

34801 Marquette
Westland, MI 48185

Phone: 734-419-2630
Fax: 734-595-2573

Champions Before and After Care

Phone: (734) 512-8571

Office Hours

Mon - Th 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Student Hours

Full Day: 9:10 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
AM Half Day: 9:10 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.



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Website Accessibility

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.

Please report any concerns on the Accessibility Concerns page. 

Web Accessibility Coordinator:
Scott Mastenbrook
734 419-2009