Brand New Parent Support Group
Parents are invited to come to any of our regular, monthly meetings!
These happen the second Tuesday morning at 10:00am. Each meeting is held in Room 1 at Wesley School, 915 Wesley Ave, Muskegon, MI 49442.
Scholastic Book Orders
Did you know you could place your book order online? The following link will take you to the Scholastic Reading Club http://www.scholastic.com/readingclubparents/ . A few helpful hints: The Wesley School code is GXGK8. If you plan to set up an online account, and would like your orders tracked by our library team, please enter the student first name, last initial, and classroom number.
Student Extracurricular Opportunities
Several organizations provide wonderful opportunities for current and former Wesley students to participate in community events. Special Olympics, Waves, and No More Sidelines are organizations that provide athletic and volunteer opportunities for students with disabilities. Please contact the following individuals for more information or if you would like to get your son/daughter involved.
Special Olympics (Area 21): Polly Thompson, 231-773-9158
Waves: Katie Ellis, 231-767-4307
No More Sidelines: Sherri Forner, 231-766-2948, www.nomoresidelines.org
Ever wonder what all those EGLCEs or EHSCEs that your child's teacher is always talking about look like? Extended Grade Level or High School Context Expectations that your child is working on is available at www.mich.gov/md.
Michigan has adopted the Common Core State Standards as benchmarks in the areas of English Language Arts and Mathematics. Essential Elements to the Common Core State Standards are extensions of the standards to an appropriate level for students at Wesley School. These Common Core Essential Elements will eventually replace the EGLCEs & EHSCEs that your student follows. Stay tuned for updates as we begin transitioning to the Common Core Essential Elements!
Sexuality Education Curriculum
In June 2011, the MAISD Board of Education approved a curriculum focused on teaching students proper health and hygiene skills, how to build healthy relationships, and the knowledge and skills to avoid sexual behavior that increases the risk of STDs and unintended pregnancy. Students who have returned a signed permission slip from their parent/guardian may be exposed to this sexuality education curriculum.
The curriculum's overview and development, as well as the scope and sequence for teaching the topics are available below. If you have any questions or concerns about this curriculum, please contact Wesley School administration.
MAISD Sexuality Curriculum Overview & Implementation
MAISD Sexuality Education Scope and Sequence
Wesley School follows county truancy regulations related to student attendance. Muskegon County Truancy Guide.
Act 451 of 1976; 380.1561 Revised Jan. 4, 2010. Compulsory attendance at public school; enrollment dates; exceptions.
Act 451 of 1976; 380.1599 Noncompliance of parent as misdemeanor; penalty