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Welcome to the Woodhaven-Brownstown School District where every student receives high quality instruction in every school, in every classroom, every day.

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Long Range Strategic Plan
At their meeting on September 22, 2014, the Woodhaven-Brownstown Board of Education approved the District's 2014-2019 Long Range Strategic Plan. Read more...


For the
summer edition of the District newsletter, CONTACT, click here.

For the Sodexo Food Services opening newsletter, click here.

Summer Sizzler 2014
This year's Summer Sizzler was another big success! Thanks to everyone who worked hard to plan and make this event come off without a hitch!
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stead Millage Renewal
Thank you to voters in the Woodhaven-Brownstown School District who were asked to renew the current 18 mill Non-Homestead Millage. The renewal passed by better than a 2-to-1 margin. This is a non-homestead millage and does not apply to an owner-occupied primary place of residence but does provide $7 million in estimated revenues to the school district. Thank you again for your ongoing support of the students and staff of the Woodhaven-Brownstown School District.

Sodexo Food Service Positions
Sodexo Services
The district's food services provider, Sodexo, is now hiring!  Read more...


Summer Fun Camp kicks off
Scavenger hunt
 Mrs. Robinson and students
Students are pictured with their teacher, Mrs. Robinson, during a scavenger hunt at Summer Fun Camp. This three week camp provides a fun twist on learning for elementary students. Organizers were thrilled that 270 students enrolled for camp.
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The News-Herald article

Class of 2014
Class of 2014
Commencement ceremonies were held on Tuesday,  June 10, at the Frank H. Scarton Memorial Field. Congratulations to the Class of 2014 and best wishes in all your future endeavors!

The gift of time
Young Fives Kindergarten Program
We are pleased to announce that the District will be offering a Young Fives Kindergarten Program again for the 2014-15 school year. Read more...

Great Start Readiness Program
The Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) will be held at two locations again this fall - Yake Elementary School and Erving Elementary School. GSRP is a no cost, state-funded preschool program for income-eligible children who are four years old by October 1, 2014. GSRP is now accepting applications for the 2014-15 school year.
  Read more..

Community Sing-a-long
Three ambitious WHS Class of 2013 graduates, Mitchell Girao, Kyle Martin, and Andrew Michel, wanted to capture in a video all that our city and school district have to offer before leaving for college. Feel free to share the video but don't forget to give these talented and hard-working young men credit. They worked non stop over three months to create this great video!

Mitchell Girao - Producer / Editor
Kyle Martin - Director / Cinematographer
Andrew Michel - Videographer / Cinematographer

Click here to watch the video

Notices & Announcements

Board of Education For notice of next Board of Education meeting, click here.

2014 meeting schedule

National Bullying Prevention Month
Wipe Out Bullying
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. The Woodhaven-Brownstown School District is committed to Bullying Awareness, Prevention, and Intervention. We strive to maintain a healthy educational environment where all students feel safe and comfortable within their learning experiences and beyond. Read more...

In recognition of National Bullying Prevention Month, each of our schools have
a schedule of events planned for the week of October 20-24.  Please visit our building home pages to see all that will be taking place.

Informational Meetings/Workshops
Wednesday evening, October 22 - Agency Fair @ Jo Brighton/Madison Gym

Thursday evening, October 23 - Trenton Public Schools Coordinated School Health Team Presents: "Substance Use and our Youth: Looking at Societal Trends and Attitudes"


WBEF Awards Grants to WBSD Staff
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Because of the success of the 2nd annual Signature Event, twenty-two grants were awarded on September 22, 2014, for a total of over $22,000.00
For a list of the most recent grant recipients, click here...
List of 2014 sponsors and donations

          WBEF grant recipient
WHS Girls' Basketball coach, Rodney Scharboneau is pictured with WBSD Athletic Director, Dave Fast, after receiving his grant for the "WHS Girls' Basketball Charity." In his grant application, Coach Scharboneau stated, "Each season, the players and coaches from our WHS girls basketball team volunteer their time to travel to an elementary school in the inner city of Detroit to provide a free basketball camp to the kids at the school. If we were granted this money, we would use it to purchase t-shirts and basketballs for the kids and bring the items when we come to run the camp. That would be a first for many of the kids who attend - to get a new t-shirt and have a few new basketballs to play with in their gym. I get excited just writing about it!" The camp is usually held in early November.


For kindergarten enrollment forms click here...


Public Notification System
(Woodhaven Residents Only)
For information and to sign up to receive important and timely public safety information,
click here.

WBEF Mini-Grant Awards
WBEF Grant Award

On behalf of the Woodhaven Brownstown Education Foundation, Superintendent, Mr. Mark Greathead, and Board President, Mrs. Cara Pimer (second from right), had the pleasure of awarding WBEF mini-grants to WBSD teachers just before winter recess. The Foundation Committee selected 15 recipients from over 30 grant applications that were submitted. Ms. Penni Blohm (second from left), a reading interventionist at Erving Elementary School, was awarded $250 for her "Bridging the Gap" project. Ms. Blohm plans to use the funds to purchase books and bags for selected at-risk students to guide them in becoming proficient readers. Also pictured at right is Erving Elementary principal, Mrs. Caterina Berry.
Complete list of mini-grant recipients
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