Mr. M. Czajkowski, Principal (czajkom@wbsdweb.com)
Mr. J. Vesperman, Asst. Prin. (vesperj@wbsdweb.com)
Mr. P. Short, Asst. Prin. (shortp@wbsdweb.com)
Mr. D. Fast, Athletic Director (fastd@wbsdweb.com)

734-783-3333
24787 Van Horn Road
Brownstown, MI  48134
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SCHOOL DAY
Grades 10-12 - 7:42 AM - 2:30 PM
Bell Schedules with Lunches
1st Semester Lunch Schedule
2nd Semester Lunch Schedule

Notices and Announcements

   
Links to Activities
and Directions for
WHS Courses

Supplemental Learning Activities
Supplemental Learning Activities
- Letter from Superintendent Mark Greathead

   
COVID-19 WBSD COVID-19 Informational Website
   
 Parent Dashboard The online Parent Dashboard was developed by the MDE in collaboration with the Center for Educational Performance and Information (CEPI) to advance the State Board of Education’s vision of an easy-to-use dashboard filled with meaningful school-level data that offers a more balanced picture of school quality.

The Parent Dashboard launched January 9, 2018 after months of extensive input by parents and educators. It can be accessed on any computer or mobile device - MI School Data Parent Dashboard.

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SAT Prep Help - All sophomores and juniors, pick up a copy of the 2020 full-length SAT practice test from the math showcase located across from Mr. Huddy’s room, and spend the next month going over it. 

We are collecting scholarship information to honor our seniors. Senior parents can have their students recognized if they've received a scholarship. Please e-mail copies, or have students drop off scholarship award letters, to College Adviser, Ms. Resst. Contact Ms. Resst if you have any questions.

Fri., April 17 - Band Booster Fundraiser Dinner - Doors open 6:00 PM, dinner at 7:00 PM with entertainment to follow. Dinner consists of spaghetti, chicken, salad and dessert. Cost is $30 per person (beer and wine included). Entertainment features Escape Artist, Michael Griffin, two-time winner of TV's World Magic Awards for best escape artist. There will also be raffle baskets and a 50/50 raffle (ages 21+ only). 
Tickets available online

WBSD is accepting Kindergarten registrations for in-district residents only for the 2020-21 school year. Pre-enroll online and follow the instructions to complete the registration. Not sure if you live in the WBSD? Check your address in the WBSD Street Codes listing. Call 734-783-3300 for more information or visit the WBSD website.

Please make a note of these WBSD calendar changes for the 2020-21 school year:
September 1 - Open House for WHS and elementary schools
September 2 - Open House for BMS and PHMS
Mid-Winter Break: Half-day for students February 12 and no school February 15 and 16 
March 29 - April 5 - Spring Break
Tues., April 6, 2021 - Classes resume
   
 Introducing NIXLE - Emergency Alerting and Notification System The WBSD has moved to the Nixle emergency notification system to share timely emergency information. Just text WBSD to 888777 to register, it's that easy.
Information regarding Nixle with letter from Superintendent Greathead
   
Early/Middle College  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.
   
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 Ok2Say WHAT IS OK2SAY?
OK2SAY is the student safety program which allows students to confidentially report tips on potential harm or criminal activities directed at school students, school employees, and schools. It uses a comprehensive communication system to facilitate tip sharing among students, parents, school personnel, community mental health service programs, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, and law enforcement officials about harmful behaviors that threaten to disrupt the learning environment.

   
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Woodhaven High School Color Run
Woodhaven High School Color Run

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