The mission of Walled Lake Community Education is to provide the public with quality lifelong positive learning experiences.
Walled Lake Community Education Center
615 N. Pontiac Trail
Walled Lake, MI 48390
Walled Lake El. 65th!
Former students and staff as well as the community are cordially invited to Walled Lake Elementary’ s 65th Birthday & Homecoming celebration on Saturday, May 14, 2016 from 12 to 4 p.m. There will be a brief program at 2 p.m.More...
District Surveys 2016
The District is currently seeking feedback from Students, Parents and Staff on the leadership abilities of building administrators.More...
FFE Golf Outing
Join us us as we celebrate 25 years enriching Walled Lake Schools! | June 20, 2016 | Edgewood Country Club, Commerce TwpMore...
Summer Programs 2016
Walled Lake Schools will be offering several programs for students and families in the summer of 2016.More...
Community Education Programs - Spring/Summer2016
Exploring new classes gives you a sense
of accomplishment, builds your self-esteem and enriches
Adult Education Programs
Find out more about the Adult Education Programs offered through Walled Lake Schools!More...
Foundation for Excellence
Commemorating 25 years of fostering innovation in teaching and learning in the Walled Lake school district. Funds are raised through memorials, honorariums, corporate sponsors and donations, annual gifts and special events.More...
Community Education Program Flyers
Be sure to visit the Walled Lake Community Education Program website for the latest information and flyers on all of the programs and classes they offer!More...
Walled Lake Outdoor Education Center
Find out more information about the Walled Lake Outdoor Education Center!More...
WLCSD on Instagram!
The District is now on Instagram! Be sure to follow us and help spread the word!More...
Kirk Pedersen was a physical education teacher for Walled Lake Consolidated Schools for many years. On October 25, 2008 Kirk Pedersen’s tree stand collapsed upon stepping on it. He fell 20 feet to the ground and was knocked unconscious. Upon awakening he could not move or feel below his shoulders. Because of this, Kirk waited another 6.5 hours for a search party of police, fire, EMS, family, and friends to find him. He is currently classified as quadriplegic, and his health struggles have been insurmountable since the accident. Please help us support Kirk continue to adapt to this new lifestyle and help his family provide the care that is needed.
This six Hour program educates teens and parents about the Health effects and long-term consequences of TEEN drug and alcohol use. Subject areas covered include:
The effects of alcohol, nicotine, marijuana, Spice/K2/Synthetic drugs, and other mind-altering substances on brain development
Use vs. Abuse vs. Addiction (including the process of addiction and co-dependency)
Statistics related to parental approval rates of substance use, myths and facts, health risks and the resulting outcomes
Importance of consequences, protective factors, and parent and social media messages
Drugs and alcohol in our schools and community
Weekly current events
Facilitator: Shannon Rozell, MPA, Prevention Specialist, and Author of the Play-It-Through book series used for these class sessions.
WHEN: Two Saturdays, 9:00am – 12:00 pm, May 7 & May 14, 2016 *Parents/guardian participation expected at least 1 Saturday *
The Annual Jazz Band Italian Dinner Concert is on May 14th at 7:30 PM in the WLC Cafeteria. Get your tickets in advance and save.www.wlcstickets.com $11.00 in advance, $14.00 at the door. It's a catered event and a lot of fun. The band will perform for you will you dine.
White Lake Oaks (991 N. Williams Lake Road, White Lake)
Two time Edgar award winning mystery writer, Steve Hamilton and International prize winning poet Leland James will be the featured authors at the Author’s Luncheon, May 18 at White Lake Oaks (991 N. Williams Lake Road, White Lake) from 11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Hamilton is best known for his Alex McKnight series which is based on the exploits of a retired Detroit detective turned investigator living in the town of Paradise, MI on the shores of Lake Superior. His highly acclaimed new series “The Second Life of Nick Mason” launches this Spring and will be available at the luncheon.
Leland James is the author of three books of poetry and has been published in over fifty journals and magazines worldwide. He is the winner of the various national and international awards for his short poems and haikus.
Hamilton and James will be available to sign purchased books after their presentations.
“The Authors Luncheon is a really unique way to support Huron Valley Council for the Arts and add a personal connection to the stories that you already know and love,” said Erin Sabo, Executive Director.
Tickets for the event are $30.00 each. Tables will seat ten for those wishing to reserve a table. Guests will be able to select their choice of entrée. Tickets can be purchased at the Huron Valley Council for the Arts in person or by phone.
Based in western Oakland County, Huron Valley Council for the Arts is committed to working with and supporting activities of established and aspiring visual and performing artists and organizations located in and around western Oakland County. For more information, please visit huronvalleyarts.org.