WHY CHOOSE WWCS?

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Wayne-Westland Community Schools promotes high expectations for success and provides students with a safe, caring and nurturing environment.

The dynamic environment throughout the school district illustrates that when a school and community work together, extraordinary results occur.

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Our schools give us many points of pride, which include:

  • Modern technology including interactive Smart Boards, Learn pads, iPads and virtual field trips
  • Early Intervention strategies for students who struggle in math and reading
  • Student Leadership and goal setting programs- Leader in Me and Positive Behavioral Intervention Support (PBiS) programs
  • Curriculum aligned with rigorous and relevant curriculum
  • K-6 grade Talented and Gifted program
  • Names of our major curriculum, PBIS, WDFCTC Early Education, Mentor Teachers, professional development opportunities

 

 

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Amazing Staff

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In Wayne-Westland Community Schools, our employees are one of the most valuable assets in providing a quality education for our students. Among our highly-qualified staff, we have a National History Teacher of the Year and JROTC Sr. Army Instructor of the Year.

Our staff is innovative and creates new and exciting learning opportunities for our students. Two of our secondary teachers were finalists in a Hack-a-Thon technology competition and developed an app to help students with goal setting. They also researched, developed and implemented a new Principles of Coding Class at the middle and high schools. 

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Climate, Culture and Social & Emotional Learning

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In Wayne-Westland Community Schools, our employees are one of the most valuable assets in providing a quality education for our students. Among our highly-qualified staff, we have a National History Teacher of the Year and JROTC Sr. Army Instructor of the Year. Our staff is innovative and creates new and exciting learning opportunities for our students. Two of our secondary teachers were finalists in a Hack-a-Thon technology competition and developed an app to help students with goal setting. They also researched, developed and implemented a new Principles of Coding Class at the middle and high schools.

State of the District Address

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Excellent Students

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In cooperation with parents and the community, Wayne-Westland Community Schools will educate and prepare all students to be knowledgeable, responsible, contributing members of a global society. Here are just a few examples demonstrating the success of our students:

  • The Class of 2016 earned over $10 million in scholarships
  • Four Wayne-Westland Community Schools students have won the Gates Millennium Scholarships in past three years; Each scholarship totals up to $500,000
  • Ethics Bowl State Champions
  • This year, two elementary school students advanced to the State Spelling Bee competition
  • Advanced social studies middle school students qualified for the State History Day competition
  • Career-Technical Center students regularly compete and win in local, state and national SkillsUSA competition.

How to Apply

How to Apply

ChecklistTo apply for employment at Wayne-Westland Community Schools, you can visit our employment page on our district website.

Additional information may be obtained by calling Employee Relations at (734) 419-2032.

If you have more questions about Wayne-Westland Schools, contact (734) 419-2000.

We are located at 36745 Marquette, Westland MI 48185 between Newburgh and Wayne Rd.