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Notice of Next Meeting of Board of Education

Notice of Sub-Committee Meetings: HR 6/11/19; Technology 6/18/19

2018/19 Board of Education Meeting Scheduled (Revised 2/7/19)

2019/20 Board of Education Meeting Schedule



School Messenger Emergency Notification System  

Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, Woodhaven-Brownstown School District will begin using a new emergency notification system called School Messenger to communicate general school information, district school
closings, emergency notifications, student attendance, negative lunch
balances and other school-related information.
Click to learn about School Messenger’s new features, such as a
guardian “opt-in” and “opting-in” to receive the communication by
phone call and text messaging.


     
 Food Assistance
Information Update
  We want to make families receiving SNAP Benefits (also referred to as Bridge Card, food stamps, food assistance) aware that the MDHHS has announced it's plan for release of February SNAP Benefits. Michigan will begin issuing February benefits Saturday, January 19, 2019. Clients who do not receive their benefits on that date should receive the funds the following week. The early food assistance benefits are NOT additional benefits and there will be no food assistance payments in the month of February. If you need to check the balance on your Bridge Card to monitor usage, call the EBT Customer Service Line at 888-678-8914. If SNAP recipients have questions about these changes, they are welcome to call the Food Bank Council of Michigan’s SNAP Helpline at: 1-888-544-8773.
February Food Assistance Press Release



Brownstown
Safety Town Program
 
  Brownstown Recreation and the Brownstown Police Department announce the 13th Annual Brownstown Safety Town Program for Brownstown residents who have children entering Kindergarten in the 2019/20 school year.   
Program Information and Registration Form 
     
 2019-20 School Year Information   2019-20 WBSD School Year Calendar-At-A-Glance

WBSD School Buildings Start/End Times
     
NIXLE - Emergency Alerting & Notification System    The WBSD is moving to the Nixle emergency notification system to share timely emergency information with you. Just text WBSD to 888777 to register, it's that easy.
Letter from Supt. Greathead and informational flyer on Nixle.
     
Public Surplus logo    The Woodhaven-Brownstown School District has many gently used items for sale on the Public Surplus website. We want to offer our families, students and community business members the opportunity to view and bid on items the District no longer needs or uses.

Please visit this link to view current auction items. More items will be added soon, so please check back often. Thank you. If you have any questions, please call the Business Office at 734-789-2353.
     
 WHS Choir performed with Foreigner at DTE  
     
 New Kindergarteners
New Kindergarteners
  Kindergarten Packets for the 2019-20 school year are available. Packets can be picked up at all five elementary schools or at the Board Office, 24821 Hall Road, Woodhaven. We encourage you to pre-enroll on our website, as this will alleviate the need to fill out the same information  multiple times in the packet. Please call 734.783.3300 for more information.

Kindergarten Enrollment Information
Parents may enroll a child who resides in the school district in kindergarten if the child is at least 5 years of age on September 1 of the school year of enrollment. If a child does not meet the minimum age requirement, but will turn 5 years of age not later than December 1 of that school year, the district could enroll the child for that school year if the parent or legal guardian notifies the district in writing that he or she intends to enroll the child in kindergarten for that school year.

We look forward to welcoming our youngest students in the Woodhaven-Brownstown School District for the 2019-20 school year. 

Complete enrollment forms for your kindergartener online
     
 Job Opportunities   Sodexo, our food service program, is looking to hire part-time lunch aides and substitutes. Contact Sodexo at 734.789.2087.
     
Warrior Way Community Clothing Closet
  ​WHS DECA's program has created a free  "community clothing closet" for students, families and community members in need. Located in Woodhaven High School, the closet is open Monday - Friday from 7:45 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. Clothing donations can be dropped off at WHS during the same time.
Warrior Way Clothing Closet - Informational Flier 


   
 Amazon Smile icon   The Woodhaven-Brownstown School District Educational Foundation (WBEF) participates in the Amazon Smile Program. Please consider choosing the Woodhaven-Brownstown School District Educational Foundation as your charity of choice when shopping through Amazon. A percentage of all sales directly supports the WBEF which, in turn, supports Woodhaven-Brownstown Schools. Thank you for your continued support of the WBEF.
     
 Early/Middle College Program   Not only can WBSD students earn their high school diploma but they can also earn an associate degree one year after completing high school. In partnership with the Wayne County Community College District, students may now pursue a tuition-free associate degree while attending high school. Our first cohort of students began taking classes at Wayne County's Taylor campus in September 2017. We are now into our third cohort with over 100 students well on their way to earning an associate degree. For more information on this one-of-a-kind program, visit Early/Middle College.
     
A Message
From the Superintendent

  District Water Testing Results
The Woodhaven-Brownstown School District, as a proactive measure, contracted Arch Environmental Group to conduct drinking water tests for lead. AEG tested "first draw" and drinking water samples in all eight of the district's school buildings. We're pleased to report that water from all of the outlets tested well below levels established by the Environmental Protection Agency.
"The safety and well-being of our students and staff has always remained our top priority, so we are obviously pleased with the water resting results," said Superintendent Mark Greathead. "Arch Environmental has informed us that no further action is required and we would like to thank them for the thorough testing of the drinking water in our buildings."
     
 Public Notification System   Information and sign up to receive important and timely public safety information (Woodhaven Residents Only)
     
 WBSD Breakfast Outreach   School Breakfast is a clear choice - some great reasons to eat breakfast at school
     
A Must-See
Video

Community Sing-A-Long Video 
Created by Class of 2013 graduates:
Mitchell Girao - Producer / Editor
Kyle Martin - Director / Cinematographer
Andrew Michel - Videographer / Cinematographer 

     
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