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On Saturday, February 2, 2019, from 9:15 AM – 1:00 PM, the Westland Public Library is offering a FREE full-length practice SAT to get students in Grades 9th – 12th prepared for the real test in April. Taking a practice SAT is a great way for students to get familiar with the format, figure out their strengths and weaknesses, and pinpoint exactly where to focus to get the best results. The practice test will be provided and administered by Sylvan Learning of Livonia and will take roughly 3 hours to complete. The tests will then be graded and results will be mailed to the participants for review.
Registration is required. To register, students can visit the library, call the library at 734-326-6123 or register online. There is space for 50 students. Participants must arrive on time or admittance to the practice test will not be allowed.
Zebra Parent Advisory Council (Z-PAC) invites you to: A ZEBRA SAFARI (“Laughables and Shareables”)
Proceeds benefit the WMHS Class of 2019 Farewell Event and other student activities.
This eventy is a dining experience prepared by the Wayne-Westland Community Schools William D. Ford Career-Technical Center Culinary Arts Staff and Students. Entertainment provided by a professional comedian and WMHS students.
Wayne Latest News
Message from Dr. Holt regarding reinstatement of Principal Kevin Weber.
Congratulations to Sergeant First Class Stanley U. Lewis for honorably receiving the U.S. Army Cadet Command Gold Instructor Award. Sergeant First Class Stanley Lewis was given this award for his fifteen years of exceptional service as a JROTC instructor. He is currently the Army Instructor for the Wayne Memorial High School Zebra Battalion. Where the mission is to "Motivate Young People to Be Better Citizens".
12/3/18 TAG Parent Meeting- Accelerated learning options for middle and high school students
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