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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.
Important Forms, Documents & Links
Stottlemyer Forms, Documents & Links
Stottlemyer Latest News
WWCS has added new Curriculum Resource opportunities to the District Updates page. Please check back often as we continue working to gather and post new educational enhancement resources for your child's continued education during the state mandated shutdown.
Wayne-Westland Community Schools will be providing access to FREE breakfast and lunch for ALL students up to 18 years old and students age 18-26 in the adult transitional program. Families are welcome to pick up meals on
Monday, March 30, 2020 (5 day supply of breakfast and lunch)
10 am- 1 pm (or while supplies last)
John Glenn High School, 36105 Marquette, Westland
This is a drive-thru distribution. Students DO NOT need to be present for families to obtain meals.
NOTE: ALL TRAFFIC MUST ENTER MARQUETTE FROM WAYNE ROAD. NO ENTRANCE FROM NEWBURGH.
You will enter the driveway on the west end of the Board of Education office on Marquette. The main entrance at John Glenn High School will be closed. The line will wrap around behind the William D. Ford Career-Technical Center and up to the front entrance of John Glenn High School. Volunteers will bring the food to the vehicle. Meals distributed will follow USDA reimbursable meal guidelines.
LEARNING ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE
Wayne-Westland staff will also have packets of math activities for elementary, middle and high school students available to pick up during the food distribution. The packets will also be available on the District’s website.
We understand how challenging it may be to help your child continue learning at home. Below is a great resource that offers suggestions for top websites in all content areas that you can utilize.
In addition, please encourage your child to read daily! Ask him or her to tell you about what they read or have them write about it! This is an easy way to keep your child engaged in learning at home.
The Wayne-Westland Community Schools Board of Education has chosen the candidates they will interview for the position of Superintendent.
The Board of Education of Wayne-Westland Community Schools has selected two finalists to interview for the Superintendent position.
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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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