School Information

8:45 am – 3:27 pm (full day)
8:45 am – 12:20 pm (half day)
Buses will depart 10 minutes after school session

ECDD: 8:50 am – 11:35 am / 12:35 pm – 3:22 pm
Buses will depart 5 minutes after school session

Daly Elementary School
(313) 565-0468
25824 Michigan Avenue
Inkster, MI 48141

8:45 am – 3:27 pm (full day)
8:45 am – 12:20 pm (half day)
Buses will depart 10 minutes after school session

ECDD: 8:50 am – 11:35 am / 12:35 pm – 3:22 pm
Buses will depart 5 minutes after school session

Thorne Primary Elementary School
(313) 292-2440
25251 Annapolis
Dearborn Heights, MI 48125

Thorne Intermediate Elementary School
(313) 292-1600
25251 Annapolis
Dearborn Heights, MI 48125

7:50 am – 2:32 pm (full day)
7:50 am – 11:25 pm (half day)
Buses will depart 10 minutes after school session

Tomlinson Middle School
(313) 565-3393
25912 Annapolis
Inkster, MI 48141

7:45 am – 2:31 pm (full day)
7:45 am – 11:17 pm (half day)
Buses will depart 10 minutes after school session

Robichaud High School
(313) 565-8851
3601 Janet
Dearborn Heights, MI 48125

1st Session is 6:20am-11:00am

2nd Session is 11:00am-3:40pm

Westwood Ombudsman High School North
(313) 438-0163
23914 Ford Road
Dearborn, MI 48127

Lab times Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8 am to 5 pm.
Friday for scheduled appointments only: 8 am to 5 pm.

Westwood Cyber High School
(313) 565-0288
25824 Michigan Avenue
Inkster, MI 48141

Evaluation Transparency

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Westwood Superintendent Sue C. Carnell is retiring at the end of this school year.  The Westwood Board of Education has engaged the services of The Michigan Leadership Institute to conduct the search for a new superintendent.  The general public is invited to provide input on the search and qualities they want to see in Westwood’s next leader, as well as points of pride about the District.

A meeting for the public will be held on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 from 6-6:45 p.m.   The meeting location is the Equilla Bradford Administrative Center, 3335 S. Beech Daly, Dearborn Heights.  Thank you for your participation, and we look forward to seeing you on December 5!

Residents of the Westwood Community School District community and parents of children who attend the Westwood Community School District. 

Please take notice that the Westwood Community School District Sex Education Advisory Board, in accordance with PA 165 and 166 of 2004, has been meeting during the past year to evaluate and revise the curriculum and instruction provided to our students in human sexuality education and HIV/AIDS education.

In accordance with §380.1507, two public meetings have been planned.  The purpose of these meetings is to report to the public the progress of the Westwood Community School District Sex Education Advisory Board and to obtain input from the public regarding the proposed revision to the sex education curriculum and instruction in our schools.

 Meeting Dates, Times and Locations:    

 Meeting Facilitators: 

Curriculum Director
Advisory Board Chairperson
Westwood Community School District

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Click here to print the enrollment packet (PDF)
Call us at (313) 565-1900 for more information

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The College Ambition Program (CAP) at Michigan State University joined forced with Robichaud High School to offer a FREE college-readiness program.

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The Protect MI Child Registry is a free, secure, service where Michigan parents and schools can register e-mail addresses, instant messenger (IM) IDs, mobile text devices (cell phones) and fax numbers that are accessible to children. Once any of these electronic contact points have been registered, senders of adult-oriented prohibited products or services are required by law to remove that electronic address from their mailing lists within 30 days. To sign up your family with the Protect MI Child Registry visit www.ProtectMIChild.com.

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About Westwood

Bradford Administrative Center
3335 S Beech Daly Rd
Dearborn Heights, MI 48125
(313) 565-1900

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Westwood Community School District is committed to educating students by developing their skills, fostering their talents and transforming their lives. Westwood has won two awards for its academic excellence, the Apple Exemplary award, and the Michigan Association of School Boards Education Excellence award.

Please provide your email address so we can keep in touch.

Board Meetings

Board Meeting Notices

2017-2018 District Calendar

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As part of our Strategic Planning for the district, we would like feedback from our parents and community members. The committee has put together a survey for their feedback.

Congratulations Robichaud!

CongratulationsRobichaud High School, located in Dearborn Heights, Michigan, was named one of the nation’s 255 state finalists in the highly competitive Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, a program that encourages students to solve real-world issues in their community using classroom skills in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM). Mrs. Heiss-Ransom’s chemistry classroom was chosen based on their proposal to utilize numerous STEAM skills to analyze concerns regarding the aging Enbridge Line 5 oil pipeline flowing through the Great Lakes and its impact on Michigan’s water. As one of five state finalists in Michigan, Mrs. Heiss-Ransom will receive a Samsung Chromebook® for use in her classroom. Advancing to the final round of competition, if named the Michigan State Winner in December, Robichaud High School will receive a $25,000 Samsung technology package!

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Beaumont Teen Health Center

Hello Parents, Teachers, Staff, and Students,

The Beaumont Teen Health Center – Westwood is a school-based health center located next to Tomlinson Middle School.  We provide medical and mental health services to youth ages 10 to 21 years old living in Wayne County.

The center is funded in part by the Oakwood Foundation, Michigan Department of Community Health, Michigan Department of Education with support from the Westwood School District.

We are open Monday through Friday. Please call our office at 313-565-2174 for office hours & appointments.  The clinic is open year round.

The Beaumont Teen Health Center – Westwood Staff
25912 Annapolis St.
Inkster, MI 48141

Download and print our Westwood Patient Packet (PDF)

OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:

  • School, Sport and Camp Physicals
  • Immunizations- School Shots
  • Sick Care
  • Asthma Screening and Management
  • Vision and Hearing testing
  • Health Promotion
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Health Education Programs

STUDENTS ELIGIBLE FOR OUR MEDICAL/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES:

Youth ages 10-21 in Wayne County (you do not have to be a Tomlinson student)

ALL STUDENTS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR MEDICAID APPLICATION ASSISTANCE.

  • MEDICAL CARE PROVIDED ON A SLIDING FEE SCALE IF A FAMILY DOES NOT HAVE INSURANCE.
  • NO ONE IS TURNED AWAY DUE TO INABILITY TO PAY.
  • ASSISTANCE WITH THE MEDICAID APPLICATION PROCESS.
  • ALL INSURANCES ACCEPTED.

Parents/guardian must complete a one-time consent form for patients 17 and under in order to be seen.

Please do not hesitate to call us if you have a question or wish to schedule an appointment.

25912 Annapolis St.
Inkster, MI 48141
313-565-2174

The Beaumont Teen Health Center – Westwood does not exclude, deny benefits to or discriminate against any person on the grounds of race, sex, color, national origin, physical/mental disability, handicap, age, sexual orientation, religion, creed, marital status, gender identity or source of payment.

These materials were developed with State of Michigan funds allocated by the Michigan Department of Community Health and Michigan Department of Education.

Reasonable Assurance

This is to advise you there is reasonable assurance of continued employment in the same or similar capacity with Westwood Community Schools for the 2017-2018 school year (July-June). Michigan Employment Security Agency (UIA) regulations prohibit you from receiving unemployment benefits from a school district during breaks or a school year when you are given “reasonable assurance” of employment at the end of the break.