Back to School 2020-21
Thank you for your patience, flexibility and understanding as we begin the WLCSD 2020-21 school year online on Monday, August 31 - Friday, October 30 (tentatively).
Make sure to complete the Back to School Online Packet
Skyward Family Access This resource provides access to real-time information about your child's grades, attendance, report cards, schedule, purchases and payment/balance information on his/her food services account.
Communication is a priority in Walled Lake Schools.
The links below provide the most up to date information.
If you have questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social and Emotional Supports
While these are very difficult times that are definitely unforeseen by anyone, we remain concerned about the emotional well-being of our students, staff and community. Walled Lake Schools gathered and reviewed each of these sites that offer amazing resources for this trying time. Thank you for using these resources to help children and adults.
WLCSD Social and Emotional Learning Website
Make Working From Home Work for You – Video from Erin Lawson, WLCSD Psychologist
20 minute Video for Parents to Help Children with Distress
Social Emotional Resources for Elementary and Middle School Children
Social Emotional Podcasts, Printable Lessons and Home Activities
Social Emotional Lessons by Grade
Live Streaming Books for Social Skills
Confident Parents, Confident Kids
At Home Coping Strategies
Sesame Street videos on Empathy
Social Skills Activities for Kids
Pre-K Cognitive Skills for Children
Effective Mental Health Services
Yoga for Kids
12 Movies to Help Kids Learn Empathy
Counseling Services throughout the Metro-Detroit Area
Resources for Reducing Conflict
COVID-19, School Cancellations and Trauma
Theme Day Ideas for Family Fun at Home
Resources to Support Physical and Safety Needs
Resources for food, clothes, medical and mental health resources, and resources for immigrants and refugees
Resources to Support Ongoing Learning
Resources to Support Ongoing Learning PreK-12 All Disciplines
Response to COVID19 Related Closures: If You Have to Get Online in a Hurry
Resources to Support English Learners
Oakland County K-12 ESL Resources: Community, communication, health & education resources for Multilingual families
On August 31st, the USDA announced that they have extended free meals for all kids under the age of 18 to go through as late as December 31st regardless if they are an enrolled student or not. This is effective immediately and will undoubtedly help our community during these unprecedented times!
Please join us weekly on Monday's at each of our high schools to pick up meals from 12 - 1:30 p.m.
*Reminder if there is no school on Monday food distribution will take during the next school day*
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO! Call or check the websites before you go. Some libraries have e-books available.