Welcome to Shumate Middle School ... we're "Soaring to New Heights"
Valentine's Day Faygo Fundraiser
Faygo Sales at Shumate- record number sold this year! Proceeds to be split 3 ways to benefit Woodhaven-Brownstown Animal Shelter, Detroit's Chapter of COTS and local Gibraltar families.
Shumate MATHCounts Soar to New Heights!
Gleaner's Food Bank
NWEA Quick Reference Sheet
The NWEA Quick Reference will help you understand how to read your students NWEA test score.
Shumate Soars Over Bullying
The Soar Over Bullying shirts are still on sale!
- Price of the shirt is $7 for students
- Sizes available are S, M, XL
Shumate Seahawks Yard Signs
and T-shirts for sale!
(Size YL, S and M currently available)
Cash or Checks made out to “SMS”
Shumate Middle School Video
Updated Vaccinations required for 7th Graders to Attend School in 2014-2015
Immunizations are an important part of your child’s health and Michigan law requires that children going to school be vaccinated to help prevent certain vaccine-preventable diseases. As the district school nurses, we are writing to inform you that the Michigan State Public Health Department requires vaccination updates at age 11 years.
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Child Abduction Prevention Info
Click here to access useful information for all parents.
Schools of Choice
The School of Choice Program allows the enrollment of non-resident students that reside in Wayne County. Enrollments for second trimester will be taken November 4, 2014 through November 27, 2014. Mandatory documentation needed at the time of enrollment; Original Birth Certificate, Immunization Record, 3 Forms of Wayne County Residency Proof (utility, cable or phone bill, tax bill, lease, mortgage statement, insurance bill) Secondary level students will also need a copy of their transcripts or last report card. Special Education students will need a copy of their last IEP.
Applications will be taken at:
Gerald Stark Center
19370 Vreeland Road
Woodhaven, MI 48183
Between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. & 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
For more information please call Ms. Karen Maina at 734 379-7115
School Breakfast Information
School breakfast provides 1/4 of your child’s daily nutrition needs and research shows breakfast provides fuel for school and boosts brain power. Breakfast at school is affordable, too. It’s available for all students and if you qualify for free or reduced price lunch, you also qualify for the free or reduced price breakfast.
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Helpful Tips from your School Nurse
The following are helpful tips from our school nurse: