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 Classwork and Homework RequestHomework

As we approach the holiday and flu season, the best way to keep students engaged in learning and their grades soaring when they miss school is to request missed classwork and homework.  It’s simple, just follow these easy steps:

  • Communicate with teachers; email is always the best option.  Staff email directory
  • Classwork and homework can also be requested through the main office by calling     586- 574-3175.  Please allow the teachers and staff at least 24 hours to prepare your   request. 
  • Pick up the work request from the main office (after 24 hours).
  • Return all completed work to the classroom teachers.

For shorter absences, such as missing just one day, it is always best to communicate with teachers directly.

Accessing WCS Student Email Accounts

If you don't know how to get to the student email itself, go to the following in any web browser: 

  • Visit
  • Click on Parents/Students Tab
  • Click on Student Email Login
  • Your email is your
  • Your password is your same password for logging into the computers at school. 

Accessing WCS Schoology Account

Be sure to know your student email and password before starting. (see above)

  • Visit
  • Click on Parents/Students Tab
  • Click on Schoology (over to the left)
  • Enter student email (student
  • Enter password (same as password to log in to school computers)
  • Accept when prompted (first time only)
  •  Click on Class desired/hour

Family Engagement, Tobacco & Vaping

Talk with Your Teen about E-cigarettes: A Tip Sheet for Parents

CDC's tip sheet offers facts and practical ways to start conversations with young people about the risks of e-cigarette use.

Xfinity Internet Essentials

Individual students and families who are seeking a low-cost solution would do well to check out the Xfinity Low-Cost Internet and Computer program. Visit this website for more information:

Internet essentials

Websites of Interest:

Protect MI ChildProtect MI Child
Are your children safe while online? Michigan families, especially minors, are becoming inundated with advertisements from alcohol, tobacco, pornography and gambling marketers through different internet and cell phone in boxes. Thankfully, the State of Michigan offers a free program to stop adult advertisements from reaching e-mails, mobile phones (text messaging ads) and instant messenger IDs. The Michigan Child Protection Registry is a free do-not-contact service for Michigan’s families and schools and can be located at

Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative (CSI) Parent Resources

This web page houses Cyber Safety Resources for parents who want to help keep their children safe when using the computer.  The web page is sponsored by the Michigan Attorney General's Office.

Care of Macomb
Community assessment referral and education to support individuals and families through a network of substance abuse, mental health and employee assistance services.