Family Resources

Westwood – Beaumont Teen Health Center
25912 Annapolis
Inkster, MI 48141
(313) 565-2174
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  • Parent Connect
    Link to up to date student information
  • Parent Road Map – Curriculum Guides to: English Language Arts & Mathematics
  • Protect MI Child Registry
    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

Parent Letter WestwoodparentguideSection 21f enrollment request form WestwoodInteractive_OnlineLearningReadinessRubricLogoWWCEFAn independent, volunteer, non-profit organization founded in 2010 with the sole purpose of enhancing the education of our students.

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Michigan Department of Education:

The Michigan Department of Education (MDE) is pleased to share the following documents from the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA). The MDE understands the importance of parent engagement in order to guarantee that all Michigan kids graduate career, college, and community ready.

The PTA Parents’ Guide to Assessments and Accountability was prepared by the National Parent Teacher Association and disseminated by the Michigan Parent Teacher Association. It provides parents with a look ahead at assessment and accountability in Michigan, helping parents know what to expect. It includes an overview of new assessments that are coming, including some sample test items, and an overview of school accountability in Michigan.

The Parents’ Guide to Student Success was prepared by the National Parent Teacher Association, and is being disseminated by the Michigan Parent Teacher Association. It provides parents with an overview of what students will learn in K-12 in English language Arts and Mathematics. It also provides parents with ideas for helping their children learn at home, and with ideas for speaking with their children’s teachers and principals about their students’ learning.

OK 2 Say


OK2SAY is a program designed to empower Michigan students, parents, school personnel, community mental health service programs, and law enforcement to share and respond to student safety threats.

Click here to learn more about this important student safety initiative.