Wayne Westland Community School Proudly Welcomes Three New Administrators to The District
November 8, 2018
Wayne –As we continue the 2018-19 school year, Wayne-Westland Community Schools is proud to welcome three new administrators to the district.
"We are excited for the additional perspectives, knowledge and experiences that our new administrators are bringing to WWCS," said Dr. Shelly Holt, Superintendent. "I look forward to collaborating with each of them as we continue to educate the students in our community."
Please join us in welcoming the following administrators to WWCS and their new roles:
Kimberly Milstead, Principal of Tinkham Educational Center
Kimberly Milstead has supported educators within the WWCS district since 2016. Before joining the WWCS team, she was a learning specialist and cross categorical teacher in Ann Arbor Public Schools and at Henry Ford Academy School for Creative Studies. Additionally, Kimberly brings nearly 10 years of classroom teaching experience having taught learners at all levels from Kindergarten to High School/ Young Adults. Her personal academic journey is equally as impressive as she boasts undergraduate and graduate degrees in Special Education and Inclusion as well an administrative certification.
Michael Wegher, Principal of John Glenn High School
Michael Wegher is new to the WWCS district bringing 10 years of classroom teaching experience having taught in both Melvindale-North Allen Park Public Schools and Taylor Public Schools. He also brings 8 years of middle school and high school administration experience from his time in Taylor Public Schools. Additionally, he brings an undergraduate degree and graduate studies in secondary education and social studies as a Master's degree and certificate in School Administration.
Jennifer LaDuke, Principal of William D. Ford Career-Technical Center
Jennifer LaDuke brings a fresh perspective to WWCS with extensive classroom teaching experience having taught at the elementary and high school level with Algonac and Grosse Ilse Township Schools. She has also served as an instruction and assessment coordinator in Wyandotte Public schools and most recent served as the Director of Career and Technical Education for Monroe Country Intermediate School District. Additionally, she has an undergraduate and graduate degree in education and educational leadership.
Our number one goal is and always will be student achievement. We are fortunate and extremely elated to add these three dedicated and experienced educators to our family. Excellence is the Expectation and we are very excited to welcome these excellent leaders to Wayne-Westland Community Schools! For more information please visit http://www.wwcsd.net