Welcome To StottlemyerEarly Childhood & Family Development Center
Points of Pride
Points of Pride
Stottlemyer offers numerous parent events during and after school throughout the year.
- Attendance at the events is often over 400!
- Stottlemyer will send 342 students to our district kindergarten classrooms!
- 100% staff are highly qualified for the roles they serve!
Early Childhood Special Education Program (ECP)
ECP has a highly specialized staff to work with children with a wide variety of special needs.
Early Childhood Special Education Services (ECS)
ECS provides services to over 200 children annually ages 0-3 with a diagnosis delay from 10 districts in Western Wayne County.
SPARKEY (tuition preschool)
95% of the parents from the SPARKEY preschool program were very pleased with their child's academic and behavorial progress for the 2017-2018 school year.
SPARKEY Parents loved the BLOOMZ communication app used in the classroom! 100% were pleased with communication from the teacher!
112 4 year old children received full day preschool in the GSRP program.
Head Start is a parent driven program and includes monthly parent policy committee meetings, parent programs, and parent training.
Great Start Readiness Program Presentation
Important Forms, Documents & Links
Stottlemyer Forms, Documents & Links
Stottlemyer Latest News
Wayne-Westland Community Schools is offering our K-12 students free academic and enrichment programs this summer. Register your student today. https://buff.ly/3hbJvAa
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. The goal of the program is to make sure no child goes hungry by missing out on school meals.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and Michigan Department of Education (MDE) partnered during the 2019-2020 school year to provide these critical benefits to over 900,000 students. We are excited to be partnering again for the 2020-2021 school year to provide these benefits to students to help reduce food insecurity.
Links to more information:
Check out this virtual “Mindful Moment Room”, developed by the District's Mental Health Taskforce. It focuses on self-care and mindful resources and activities for students, staff and families. It was developed from similar rooms created by our staff for students. This Mindful Moment Room has information on Meditation, Yoga, relaxing music, photos and videos, recipes, and more.
Welcome back Wayne-Westland friends and family! We would like to invite everyone to share your First Day of School photos with us!
Students, Staff & Parents... help us celebrate your unique 2020 return to school experience. We look forward to seeing your creative first day photos!
Email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
We may be sharing your photos on Facebook, Twitter and the District website.
To our Wayne-Westland Community,
If you have questions about special education services during the District’s Distance Learning, please join us for one of our Special Education Community Meetings. Superintendent Dignan and our Special Education Department will share information and answered questions that have been submitted to email@example.com.
Meeting Date: Wednesday, August 19, 2020
UPDATE: Change to WWCS Hotspots (formerly Bus Hotspots)
The Wayne-Westland Community Schools buses equipped with wifi have been replaced by wifi units located inside clubhouses, management offices and homes in the same areas as the buses were stationed.
Here is a list of current locations:
The Landings Apartments
Hickory Woods Apartments
Park Hills Apartments
Salvation Army (Westland)
Samaritas Family Shelter
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Stottlemyer Early Childhood
Westand, MI 48185
Champions Before and After Care
Phone: (734) 512-8571
Mon - Th 7:30am - 4:15pm
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