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The Wayne-Westland Community Schools, in cooperation with parents and the community, will educate and prepare all of our students to be knowledgeable, responsible, contributing members of a global society.
 

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The following PDF contains registration dates, open house dates, school start/dismissal times, a school directory and calendar.​ PDF DocumentFall-2017-School-Information

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      Wayne-Westland Community Schools Educational Complex
      36745 Marquette
      Westland, MI 48185

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Marshall Upper Elementary students say the pledge

Marshall Upper Elementary School students led the Pledge of Allegiance at the November 6, 2017, Board of Education meeting

EMT's and Firehighters visit William D. Ford's Sunshine & Rainbow program

Firefighter at Sunshine & Rainbows

View our gallery of EMT's and Firefighters visiting our Sunshine & Rainbows program at William D. Ford Career & Technical Center.

Wayne Memorial High Schoolers visit Career Tech

We had students from WMHS visit us for a tour!  Check out all the photos here.

Edison Hero Day

General manager, nurse, and doctor

Students dressed like real life heroes. Heroes include moms and dads, teachers, military, mail carriers, construction workers, police, fire, and doctors. View more images from this event.

Walker-Winter Elementary Dolphin Dash

Walker Dolphin Dash Fin

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Buddy Benches Donated by Virginia Attwood

Buddy Benches promote kindness and inclusion

Ten schools in Wayne-Westland Community School District will have Buddy Benches installed on their playgrounds. The benches promote inclusion in play and are a way for students to communicate they want a friend to play with during recess. If students see a classmate sitting on the Buddy Bench, they walk over and start a conversation and then ask them to play

 

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Hamilton Elementary Removed from School Priority Status

Wayne-Westland Community Schools Superintendent, Dr. Shelley Holt, received a personal phone call from State Superintendent Brian Whiston with the great news: Hicks Elementary School and Hamilton Elementary School have been released from priority school status based on their increases in student achievement. The District is very proud of the collective work of so many, including the students themselves, and are celebrating this success. Schools were notified at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, October 27, 2017. The pride and joy was evident on the faces of teachers, students, support staff and administrators.

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Hicks Elementary Removed from School Priority Status

Wayne-Westland Community Schools Superintendent, Dr. Shelley Holt, received a personal phone call from State Superintendent Brian Whiston with the great news: Hicks Elementary School and Hamilton Elementary School have been released from priority school status based on their increases in student achievement. The District is very proud of the collective work of so many, including the students themselves, and are celebrating this success. Schools were notified at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, October 27, 2017. The pride and joy was evident on the faces of teachers, students, support staff and administrators.

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