The Walled Lake Consolidated School District believes in the development of each student’s potential for learning in a positive, orderly, and safe school environment. To help each student reach that potential, it is necessary for schools to be free of disruptions that interfere with teaching and learning activities. Students, parents and staff must assume a responsible role in promoting behavior that encourages learning and develops individual potential; just as discipline procedures are necessary in order to protect the rights of each member of the school community, effective student discipline can only be achieved if there is cooperation and shared commitment among students, parents and staff. The school district has the right to have disorderly and/or disrespectful individuals removed from the school setting.
The Athletic, Student Conduct Code, and Transportation Handbooks are an official declaration of policy of the Walled Lake Board of Education. These provisions apply to all students in grades pre-K-12. Differences in age and maturity are recognized and will be considered when determining intervention strategies or disciplinary actions to be taken.
For specific questions, please e-mail the Deputy Superintendent of Schools, Christopher Delgado.
- 2017-18 School Bell Times
- 2017-18 Building Contact Information
- Dangers of Vaping Presentation - WL Northern March 2018
- Golden Apple Nomination Form
- Google Apps for Education
- Greater West Bloomfield Community Coalition
- Lakes Area Community Coalition
- Lakes Area Youth Assistance
- Maplegrove Center
- Prime Time Care/Teen Club
- Preschool Programs
Student Handbooks & Codes of Conduct
Student Code of Conduct - This handbook has the policies and guidelines for student behavior in the Walled Lake Consolidated Schools.
Signature Page for District Codes of Conduct - This letter is official notification for Walled Lake Schools' parents regarding all of the official District handbooks. This letter is signed by the student and family and returned to the school office upon enrollment.
Student Code of Conduct in Spanish - This handbook has the policies and guidelines for student behavior in the Walled Lake Consolidated Schools.
Student Code of Conduct in Japanese - This handbook has the policies and guidelines for student behavior in the Walled Lake Consolidated Schools.
Student Code of Conduct in Arabic - This handbook has the policies and guidelines for student behavior in the Walled Lake Consolidated Schools.
Student Transportation Handbook - This handbook has the policies and guidelines for students who use the transportation system in the Walled Lake Consolidated Schools.
Code of Conduct (MultiLingual) - This file outlines several prohibited student behaviors in a variety of languages and was produced by Oakland Schools
Student Athletic Handbook - This handbook contains the policies and guidelines for athletics in the Walled Lake Consolidated Schools.
Social Media for Parents
Social Media continues to be complex, confusing and ever-changing. As parents, you want to know what your children/teens are posting on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat and other social media sites.
For teens in 2015 and beyond, this is how and where they communicate. Below are some helpful links from Jean McLeod, Social Media Specialist at Oakland Schools:
- "Tweens, Teens & Social Media HELP SHEET" - Ms. McLeod’s Help Sheet tells you how to deal with a Twitter troll (abusive online post-er).
- The VIDEO presentation of the Oakland Schools workshop, “Tweens, Teens & Social Media: What Parents & Educators Need to Know!”
"How to Fix a Hacked Twitter Account for Businesses" - This article tells you what do when your Twitter ACCOUNT has been hacked or taken over completely.
"5 Tools To Help You Find Anything In Your Facebook Timeline" - Facebook stores our lives online.but retrieving previously posted information can be a frustrating, fruitless exercise.
Section 504 Policies & Procedures
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (commonly referred to as “504”) prohibits discrimination against students on the basis of their disability.
The purpose of this document is to provide information about Section 504 and the School District’s procedures that have been developed to comply with the requirements of Section 504.
This document reflects the District’s commitment to address the educational needs of ALL children. If you have questions with regard to Section 504, concerning either current or prospective students, please contact:
- Dr. Sheryl T. Brown Director of Special Services Section 504 Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
- Walled Lake Consolidated Schools 850 Ladd Road, Building D Walled Lake, MI 48390 (248) 956-2000