As things begin to wind down this year, I want to thank you for your support throughout the school closure and the year in general. Your partnership has played a key role in continuing your child’s education over the past few months. As a parent myself, I understand how difficult and trying this time has been. I tried my best to find balance between helping educate my own children and meet their emotional needs, continuing my work for Adams and Marshall, as well as maintain life outside of these aspects and at home. We are in the home stretch, we made it. No one said it would be easy, but we made it and are stronger than before. Please allow us to continue to support you through the end of the school year and into the summer months as needed.
In addition to the pandemic we are living through, we are now witnessing tragic events unfold across the nation. Our attention has shifted from Covid, to these horrific events occurring in cities near and far. This has brought out different emotions in all of us. For me, it brings out great sadness and anger knowing that we live in a world filled with so much hate, racism, and violence.
As the principal of such an amazing community, I commit to you that discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated in the school setting. We will work towards educating one another about individual differences and celebrate diversity in all forms.
Important new information regarding the end of the year and the fall can be read below. A final communication for the year will be sent out next week. As always, reach out to me directly with any questions or concerns you have.
6th Grade Drive-By Clap Out
Help us say farewell to our students and give them a proper sendoff as our 6th graders move on to middle school. On June 12th from 3 pm – 3:30 pm, we invite you to participate in a farewell clap out at Adams. Staff will be on site to direct you through the route around the parking lot of the school. Please see the invitation below.
School Re-opening Feedback Survey
Please spend just a few minutes taking the survey below. Your feedback is valuable as we begin planning for the fall. Thank you!
Please follow the link below for more information regarding virtual summer camps provided by Eastern Michigan University.
Class of 2020 Celebration!
Retrieving Student Belongings
The school will be open next week on June 9th and 11th so that you can collect student belongings. Below, you will find a schedule of when you will be able to access the building for pick-up. We have created the schedule based on last name. Follow the link to access the times and dates that the building will be open to pick up your child’s belongings. We ask that you adhere to the schedule so that we can maintain social distancing in the building. Please enter through the front door. The main hallway will have all materials organized by class and student name. Staff will be onsite to help direct you to your child’s belongings. If your child has medication in the office, you will be able to retrieve that at this time.
When you pick up your student’s belongings, we are asking that you return all school materials your child may have at home. We are looking to collect library books, instruments, textbooks or anything else your child has in their possession. It is important that we get these items back so we can use them with your child in the fall at his or her new middle school. Thank you for helping us with this!
The Great Summer Book Giveaway!
When you are in the building to pick-up your child’s belongings, we invite you to bring your student with you. He or she will have the opportunity to pack a backpack with books to take and have to read this summer. These books will his or hers to keep!
LAST Food Distribution Drive Thru
WWCSD is providing breakfast and lunch for all of our students up to 18 years of age. This pick-up will also include our adult transition students up to age 26. Below is the information regarding the upcoming date/location for drive thru pick-up.
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 trunk. Meals distributed will follow USDA reimbursable meal guidelines.
Who: WWCSD students
What: Breakfast/Lunch distribution
Where: John Glenn High School, 36105 Marquette, Westland
When: 6/8 from 10 am – 12 pm (5 day food supply)
Additional Food Distribution Sites
Wayne Westland Online Learning Hub
Each week, new learning activities will be released on our learning hub. Your child’s teacher will discuss this with you and will share these new activities with you weekly. You can access the learning activities by following the learning hub link below. Once on the website, click on grade 6. This page will provide you with a sample learning schedule for each day with the activities that you should have your child complete. The recommended learning time for a 6th grader is a minimum of 60 minutes to a maximum of 180 minutes.
Please reach out to your child’s teacher to answer questions.
The Family Resource Center is open with limited hours. Email FRC@wwcsd.net or call 734-419-2709 if you need assistance with basic needs such as emergency toiletries!
Please email myself or Mrs. Sheppard if you need anything at all. Let us help you get resources you may need during this time.
Erin Eaton- email@example.com
Lisa Sheppard – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do not use email, please TEXT the Google Voice number 262-674-8195 and we will reply.
Teacher Office Hours
Please refer to the link below to find the office hours of each staff member.