The school's mission statement is "Wilson Middle School, in partnership with the community, parents and students, will create a safe, positive learning environment which provides opportunities for students to become successful, lifelong learners."
Wyandotte Memorial Park 20th St & Ludington St, Wyandotte, MI48192 Wyandotte Memorial Park is located behind Madison School. It features three baseball fields, a basketball court, a skate…More park and a disc golf course for sports enthusiasts. A playground for small children, two covered pavilions and public restrooms are also available. Pets, bicycles, skateboards, in-line skates and alcoholic beverages are banned in all city parks; however, bicycles, skateboards and in-line skates are allowed in the skate park area.
The Board of Education meets at 7pm on the first and third Tuesdays of every month in the council…More chambers at City Hall, 3131 Biddle. The meetings are broadcast live on Channel 16 and then re-broadcast on Channel 18 at 2pm and 7pm Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, and at noon on Saturdays and Sundays.
Madison School is one of three Wyandotte special education schools. While Madison is part of Wyandotte Public…More Schools, it serves students from 17 Downriver communities. The Lincoln Center is geared toward students with cognitive impairments, multiple impairments and autistic spectrum disorder. Students range in age from 3 to 14 years old.
Students are able to receive specialized assistance with speech and language therapy, occupational and physical therapy, and behavioral issues. The school also partners with several area business owners who provide students with opportunities to learn in a real work setting.
The Lincoln Center is one of three Wyandotte special education schools. While the Lincoln Center is part…More of Wyandotte Public Schools, it serves students from 17 Downriver communities. The Lincoln Center is geared toward students with cognitive impairments, autism spectrum disorder and dually diagnosed students who are both cognitively and emotional impaired. The school focuses on teaching social skills, communication skills, self-care and daily living, pre-vocational skills, and leisure and recreational skills.
The school's mission is "to teach our students to become active participants in their personal and community lives."
The Jo Brighton Skills Center is one of three Wyandotte special education schools. While the skills center is part of…More Wyandotte Public Schools, it services students from throughout Downriver and Dearborn. The center provides aternative vocational services for special education students, ages 15 through 26. Graduate-bound students can complete the vocational training required for a high school diploma.
Classrooms at the skills center try to simulate a real working world, with an emphasis on a hands-on approach. Textbooks have been completely eliminated from the program.