Siersma Elementary celebrates Red Ribbon Week
Carter Middle School
Informational Parent Meeting
Monday, December 9 @ 5 pm at the Administration Building (31300 Anita Drive, Warren). Students must be 4 years-old by December 1.
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Registration January 6-10, 2020 →More information
Students in Mr. Volansky's 3rd grade class at Lean Elementary learned about The Natural Processes that Shaped Michigan from Erica Stevenson (former WCS student), Environmental Quality Analyst for the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy in the Water Resources Division.
The mobile pantry provides fresh fruits and veggies, whole grains and lean protein to families in the community.
37th District Court Judge Matthew P. Sabaugh presided over a special court session at Beer Middle School, as part of his "Court in School" program, to create public awareness of the court system. The docket included several criminal cases that educated students on the consequences of making poor decisions.
The Career Preparation Center recently welcomed U.S. Senator Gary Peters to its state-of-the-art facility. Senator Peters toured the building and made stops in several CTE classrooms such as Building Trades, Computer Information Systems/Cyber 2, and EMT.
To kick off our year of writing in the district, students, teachers, and administrators share why they write. #WhyIWrite #wcskids #dynamicfutures
WCS and the Chaldean Community Foundation hosted more than 150 families during a district information session on August 13.
Fill out your 2019/2020 free/reduced priced meal application online today
Superintendent of Schools Robert D. Livernois, Ph.D, welcomed Governor Gretchen Whitmer to Warren Mott High School on June 3, where she hosted a Town Hall meeting to discuss roads, schools and her proposed 2020 budget.
Cromie Elementary recently represented WCS at the 34th annual Macomb Science Olympiad tournament.
WCS students were honored at the Festival of the Arts awards ceremony on May 6 at the Sterling Heights Senior Center. Students in TK through 12th grade were recognized for their two and three dimensional artwork.