The following links are resources that students may find useful.
Career and Tech Preparation
The Career Preparation System is designed to provide all students completing the Michigan education system with the necessary academic, technical, and work behavior knowledge and skills for success in a career of their choice and lifelong learning.
Education Project for Homeless Youth
Educational Project for Homeless Youth (EPHY):
is a program of the WISD operating on grant funds from federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act awarded through the Michigan Department of Education. EPHY has been serving the 10 school districts in Washtenaw County since 1987. EPHY's primary goal is to help homeless children and youth enroll, regularly attend and succeed in school. We provide assistance with 'proof of residency' issues, enrollment documents, transportation, school supplies, advocacy, one-on-one tutoring and referrals to community agencies.
Livingston and Washtenaw Math and Science Center
Multiple Assessments of Common High Expectations
Literacy, mathmatical knowledge and application, content knowledge, identifying and accessing resources, communication, personal and interpersonal skills.
Widening Advancement for Youth - Washtenaw
WAY Washtenaw is a county pilot program designed to provide a technology-rich, online, project-based learning environment for students who are enrolled in the program. This year-round educational program is targeting students who are 16-19 years old and are at risk of not graduating with their cohort. The pilot program will begin in the Fall of 2010 and will be carefully evaluated for effectiveness.