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Edison Elementary School

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Kindergarten Feast


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On Tuesday the Kindergarteners had a holiday feast with parents bringing in their family's favorite foods.  The kids had a great time and there was a ton of tasty options to try.

Thanksgiving Break Assembly

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Before the Thanksgiving break, we hosted an all-school assembly where we danced, told jokes, performed magic, and cut the principal's hair! We hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving break. Principal Chris Swanson cut off 14” of hair, which was donated to the Michigan organization Children with Hair Loss.

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Elliott Elementary School

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Dictionary Day

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Elliott Elementary

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Elliott Elementary

Every year the Grange, a Non-Profit Organization founded by farmers to improve agriculture, legislation, and community, donates hundreds of dictionaries to local schools. The Dictionary Program or "Words for Thirds" is a huge project that many Granges do!

This year we had a record amount of dictionaries our Grange ordered and delivered, which essentially means the number of children in need of dictionaries and the amount of which we can help is increasing. 

In total, we delivered 1,200 dictionaries this year! Yet the amazing part is the impact the gift of a dictionary has on these children. And we are always happy to give these children that, the gift of knowledge! 

FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 Students!

Great News- FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 students!

Beginning Oct. 1, 2018, Wayne-Westland Community Schools will offer FREE breakfast and lunch to all K-12 students.

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Graham Elementary School

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P.D. Graham Elementary School Hosts Annual Holiday Concert

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On Tuesday, December 11th, P.D. Graham Elementary School hosted the annual 1st and 2nd Grade Holiday Concert under the direction of music teacher John Gonthier.  The attendance for the concert was so outstanding, that the event is going to be moved to the gym at Stevenson Middle School next school year. Multiple students not involved with the concert showed up to help pass out programs and move all available chairs from the classroom into the gym.  After all of the chairs had been moved, there was still barely enough room for standing room only. It speaks directly to the level of support for music education at P.D. Graham Elementary School.

Each grade sung a grand total of three songs and then came together on stage at the end of the concert to perform a joint choir singing of Jingle Bells.  This was also an opportunity for audience participation. The performance was spectacular and the students should be very proud of what was accomplished.

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FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 Students!

Great News- FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 students!

Beginning Oct. 1, 2018, Wayne-Westland Community Schools will offer FREE breakfast and lunch to all K-12 students.

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Hamilton Elementary School

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Miss Michigan Reads to 1st Graders

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Thank you to Miss Michigan, Alyse Madej for visiting our 1st-grade students at Hamilton!  Miss Madej read a book and talked to us about diversity, self-confidence, and kindness. Thank you to our student teacher Miss. Caitlyn Holliwell for inviting her to visit!

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Annual Halloween Walk!

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A huge THANK YOU to the Hamilton staff, PTA, Celebration Lutheran Church, secretaries at DXC and my friends and family who donated the candy and came to pass it out for our Halloween Parade. Thank you to the parents who came to watch the parade. We had a great time!

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Hicks Elementary School

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DraeTown Performance and HUGE Community Free Will Baptist Church Donation at Hicks Elementary

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Our very own Dr. Andrae´ Townsel performed "DraeTown" and we had a HUGE surprise from Community Free Will Baptist Church today! They showed up with AN ENTIRE BUS LOAD OF TOYS!!!!!! We are SO blessed to be able to bless our babies! Also a big thank you to Inkster Police, Freewill Baptist Church, and friends of the Hicks community for the donated gifts we passed out to all students. We wish everyone a fun safe holiday break! See you back on January 7th.

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FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 Students!

Great News- FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 students!

Beginning Oct. 1, 2018, Wayne-Westland Community Schools will offer FREE breakfast and lunch to all K-12 students.

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Hoover Elementary School

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Miracle on 4th Street

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Hoover Elementary is teaching our kids about giving back to the community by hosting an event called Miracle on 4th Street on December 19th. There were craft tables to make holiday cards for various people that help our community and veterans that are overseas. A pop up "shop" gave gently used clothing to anyone who was interested in them. The PTO donated many books to keep, and there were various activities and raffles baskets hosted by community partners: the Family Resource Center, Bright Futures, Champions, KICKS Tae Kwon Do, Wayne Historical Museum, Wayne Baseball Association, and Books on the Ave. Of course, there were also our favorite Hoover traditions of cookie decorating (thanks to Chef Tony of the William D. Ford Career-Technical Center) and a special visit with Santa Claus!

Lego League, October 2nd to December 12

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Our 4th-grade teachers, Mrs. Morse, and Mrs. D'Amico teamed up with the robotics team at Wayne Memorial High School, the Bionic Zebras. The older students worked hard on building and programming a robot while the younger students explored the vast, creative universe of Lego building. 

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Roosevelt-McGrath Elementary School

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Westland Police Department visits Roosevelt-McGrath Elementary

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The Westland Police Department currently fields two canine teams, Officer Michael Little with his partner "Hemi" and Officer Derek Trosper with his partner "Narco". Caine Narco has been in service since 2012 while Canine Hemi was just acquired in 2014.

Both Canines are fully trained, multi-purpose German Shepherds and are certified through the National Association of Professional Canine Handlers (NAPCH) and K-9 ATF. Hemi and Narco are trained in obedience, narcotic detection, building searches, evidence searches, area searches, tracking, and handler protection.

Officer Little and Officer Trosper along with their canine partners are available for public demonstrations with schools, churches and other community groups. If you have any questions about the canine program or would like to request a demonstration, please contact Deputy Chief Brian Miller at (734) 467-3529.

 

Roosevelt-Mcgrath Santa Visit & Shopping with a cop

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Santa visited McGrath Elementary!
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Our students from Roosevelt got to go shopping with a cop!
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Special Education Inclusion Day

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Mrs.Mullican 1st grade and Mrs. Novak of SXI did an inclusion day with their 1st graders today. It was great to see everyone helping one another.

 

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Schweitzer Elementary School

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Annual Kindergarten Holiday Concert

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Schweitzer Elementary kindergarten students from Mrs. Bylo, Ms. McKolay and Mrs. VanHulle's classes performed a Holiday program for their families on Friday, December 14th at Stockmeyer Auditorium. The students performed and sang many classic holiday songs and the evening concluded with a fun family sing-a-long! 

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FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 Students!

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Beginning Oct. 1, 2018, Wayne-Westland Community Schools will offer FREE breakfast and lunch to all K-12 students.

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Taft-Galloway Elementary School

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School Assembly with ALL SCHOOL T-Shirts!

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In support of the "The World's Greatest Elementary School" we had t-shirts ordered for the ENTIRE school of Taft Elementary! Our students love it here and support Wayne-Westland Community Schools.

Dictionary Day

2018 Taft Dictionary Day
Taft Elementary School

Every year the Grange, a Non-Profit Organization founded by farmers to improve agriculture, legislation, and community, donates hundreds of dictionaries to local schools. The Dictionary Program or "Words for Thirds" is a huge project that many Granges do!

This year we had a record amount of dictionaries our Grange ordered and delivered, which essentially means the number of children in need of dictionaries and the amount of which we can help is increasing. 

In total, we delivered 1,200 dictionaries this year! Yet the amazing part is the impact the gift of a dictionary has on these children. And we are always happy to give these children that, the gift of knowledge! 

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Walker-Winter Elementary School

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Jump with Jill Live Tour Performance

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Currently on their live tour, "Jump with Jill" has been visiting our elementary students and teaching them the importance of healthy eating and exercise. Using fun activities, on-stage demonstrations, and humor, the group continues to enjoy their time visiting Wayne-Westland Community Schools.

 

Parent Meeting for Accelerated Learning Options

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Wildwood Elementary School

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Our Bond passed! Thank you, Everyone!

Thank you everyone who helped get this Bond passed! The approval of the Wayne-Westland Community Schools Bond will improve the academic environment for local students. Your votes secured funds for WWCS to make improvements to address safety, security, health, energy efficiency, accessibility, and technology issues within our facilities. These additional funds will also allow for updates to learning environments to meet 21st-century curriculum and educational goals. Again, WWCS thanks you for voting yes and showing your commitment to the community and education!

Dictionary Day

Wildwood Dictionary Day 2018
Wildwood Elementary

Every year the Grange, a Non-Profit Organization founded by farmers to improve agriculture, legislation, and community, donates hundreds of dictionaries to local schools. The Dictionary Program or "Words for Thirds" is a huge project that many Granges do!

This year we had a record amount of dictionaries our Grange ordered and delivered, which essentially means the number of children in need of dictionaries and the amount of which we can help is increasing. 

In total, we delivered 1,200 dictionaries this year! Yet the amazing part is the impact the gift of a dictionary has on these children. And we are always happy to give these children that, the gift of knowledge! 

Upper Elementary Schools

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Adams Upper Elementary School

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Camp Candy Fundraiser

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We will be participating in a Candy Fundraiser to help raise money for the cost of 5th-grade camp.

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Holly Jolly Cafe Hosted by SXI and Post-Secondary Students

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The Post Secondary students invited all staff to our 2nd Annual Christmas Lunch, located at Holly Jolly Cafe (our classroom at Adams Upper Elementary). Throughout the month of December, students have been learning about how to throw a party. This included sending invites, proper etiquette, making the meal and budgeting.  Our menu this year consisted of ham, cheesy potatoes, corn, green bean casserole, rolls, salad, and sugar cookies. Thank you to all who attended!

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FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 Students!

Great News- FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 students!

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Marshall Upper Elementary School

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Parent Meeting for Accelerated Learning Options

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FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 Students!

Great News- FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 students!

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Franklin Middle School

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Parent Meeting for Accelerated Learning Options

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FREE Breakfast and Lunch for ALL K-12 Students!

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Stevenson Middle School

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Girls from the Get It Girls Club field trip

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The girls from the Get It Girls Club sponsored by the Michigan Council of Girls and technology and run by Ms. McComb and a few other girls with an interest in technology from Stevenson Middle School were given the opportunity to go on a field trip to the digital Divas Program hosted by Eastern Michigan University with Mrs. Pollard and Ms. McComb.   Digital Divas is a bi-annual, daylong program introducing young women to various careers and college programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)  The girls were able to attend a session on robotics and a Digital Safety session. 

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John Glenn High School

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Free full-length practice SAT at Westland Public Library

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On Saturday, February 2, 2019, from 9:15 AM – 1:00 PM, the Westland Public Library is offering a FREE full-length practice SAT to get students in Grades 9th – 12th prepared for the real test in April.  Taking a practice SAT is a great way for students to get familiar with the format, figure out their strengths and weaknesses, and pinpoint exactly where to focus to get the best results.  The practice test will be provided and administered by Sylvan Learning of Livonia and will take roughly 3 hours to complete.  The tests will then be graded and results will be mailed to the participants for review. 

Registration is required.  To register, students can visit the library, call the library at 734-326-6123 or register online.  There is space for 50 students.  Participants must arrive on time or admittance to the practice test will not be allowed. 

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$390 raised for Muscular Dystrophy - Winner announced at last night's basketball game

Congratulations John Glenn High School for raising the most money for muscular dystrophy. The winner was announced last night at the JGHS vs WMHS boys basketball game. Mr. Weber from Wayne Memorial High School will be forced to wear John Glen High School's Rocket Spirit Wear. Wayne raised $59 and John Glenn raised $331. Thank you to all who donated. A total of $390 was collected!

Wayne Memorial vs John Glenn High School

Our girl's varsity basketball game took place on Thursday, December 20, 2018. Wayne Memorial High School won with 62 points. John Glenn had 24 points.

Wayne Memorial vs John Glenn High School

Our boy's varsity basketball game took place on Thursday, December 20, 2018. John Glenn won with a total of 71 points! Wayne Memorial trailed behind just short with 61 points. 

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Wayne Memorial High School

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A Zebra Safari (“Laughables and Shareables”)

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Zebra Parent Advisory Council (Z-PAC) invites you to: A ZEBRA SAFARI (“Laughables and Shareables”) 

Proceeds benefit the WMHS Class of 2019 Farewell Event and other student activities.

This eventy is a dining experience prepared by the Wayne-Westland Community Schools William D. Ford Career-Technical Center Culinary Arts Staff and Students. Entertainment provided by a professional comedian and WMHS students. 

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A Zebra Safari

Here is an opportunity to get rid of some items that you received as gifts over the holidays.

The Zebra Parent Advisory Council is looking for donations for the safari fundraiser evening, which will take place on April 12, 2019.  We are looking for items that can be used in the baskets.  Baskets will be used for the silent auction and raffles.

We are looking for bath items, lotions, gift cards, candy, scarves, candles, tissue paper, baskets, and bins. Items are needed at Wayne High by March 19, 2019.

We are also looking for sponsorships for the event.  Tickets for the event are on sale in the main office of Wayne High as well.  Tickets are $25 each. This is a great adults only evening that includes an appetizer extravaganza and Comedian :)

If you have anything you would like to donate, know businesses that we should contact, or have any questions, please contact Amy Gridley 734-419-2201  or by email gridleya@wwcsd.net

$390 raised for Muscular Dystrophy - Winner announced at last night's basketball game

Congratulations John Glenn High School for raising the most money for muscular dystrophy. The winner was announced last night at the JGHS vs WMHS boys basketball game. Mr. Weber from Wayne Memorial High School will be forced to wear John Glen High School's Rocket Spirit Wear. Wayne raised $59 and John Glenn raised $331. Thank you to all who donated. A total of $390 was collected!

Wayne Memorial vs John Glenn High School

Our girl's varsity basketball game took place on Thursday, December 20, 2018. Wayne Memorial High School won with 62 points. John Glenn had 24 points.

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William D. Ford Career Technical Center

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Open House

2019 Ford Career Tech Open House
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Come check out William D. Ford Career Tech's OPEN HOUSE. This event takes place on Tuesday, January 22, 6 pm to 8 pm.

  • Meet program instructors
  • Preview future courses
  • Take a building tour
  • View demos
  • Talk to college representatives and military personnel
  • Door prizes!
  • Scholarship information
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Sunshine & Rainbows with Seniors

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Sunshine & Rainbows Preschool students and their families along with the high school students of the Early Childhood/Teacher Education class celebrated Christmas with the seniors at the Dyer Senior Center. Two senior citizens from the center were adopted by the program and were given Christmas gifts. 

Donation from the Parents of our Sunshine & Rainbows Program

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Families from the Sunshine & Rainbows Preschool along with the Early Childhood/Teacher Education high school students donated hats, gloves and hygiene items for families in need.  Please contact the Wayne-Westland Family Resource Center if you are in need before we leave for the holiday break at (734) 419-2709.

Two student's work placed in this years NAIAS competition

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2018-12-19 - Jo Chelar and Tristen Elert holding posters

We are thrilled to announce and share that two of our William D. Ford Career Tech students placed in the NAIAS competition. There were 753 entries in total this year from schools in Michigan and Ohio (20 of which came from us). 16 prizes are awarded. We took two of those!

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Tinkham Educational Center

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Free full-length practice SAT at Westland Public Library

SAT

On Saturday, February 2, 2019, from 9:15 AM – 1:00 PM, the Westland Public Library is offering a FREE full-length practice SAT to get students in Grades 9th – 12th prepared for the real test in April.  Taking a practice SAT is a great way for students to get familiar with the format, figure out their strengths and weaknesses, and pinpoint exactly where to focus to get the best results.  The practice test will be provided and administered by Sylvan Learning of Livonia and will take roughly 3 hours to complete.  The tests will then be graded and results will be mailed to the participants for review. 

Registration is required.  To register, students can visit the library, call the library at 734-326-6123 or register online.  There is space for 50 students.  Participants must arrive on time or admittance to the practice test will not be allowed. 

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