WOLFE MIDDLE SCHOOL VISION STATEMENT At Wolfe Middle School, it is our vision to create an educational environment that continually supports our students in their personal and academic lives. We will strive toward this outcome by providing excellent safety standards, positive school-community collaboration, and individualized academic and extra-curricular experiences for our students.
Hello! My name is Julian Roper, Principal and my name is Jennifer Serra, Assistant Principal of Wolfe Middle School. The entire Wolfe staff and I are excited to welcome you and your child to school for the 2021-2022 school year. Per letter from Superintendent Joseph Haynes dated September 30, 2021 starting on Friday, October 1, 2021, all students, staff, and visitors must wear a face covering while indoors at Wolfe. The mask requirement will be in effect for at least one month; we will continue to monitor the data and communicate with families by October 29, 2021 if we are able to allow for student/family choice after that date. Masks will be required in the lunchroomat all times except while eating. Due to federal regulations, anyone riding a school bus MUST WEAR AMASK while on the bus. Please make sure your child has a proper fitting mask if they ride a bus.
Student bussers will arrive at approximately 7:35am. If your child walks or is driven to school, please ensure they arrive no earlier than 7:55am.
All students will continue to enter and exit through their assigned doors:
6th Grade - Enter/Exit Door #16 on the Lorraine side of the building.
7th Grade - Enter through the front lobby. Exit through their nearest classroom exit.
8th Grade - Enter/Exit through Door #5 on the Lorraine side of the building.
Free breakfast and lunch will be served each day.
Students were issued school issued Chromebook to supplement their classroom learning. If you need assistance logging in, please call the Wolfe Office, Option 3 and a staff member will help you. You and your child are responsible for the care of the device. Note: This laptop will need to be returned at the end of the school year and any damage will be assessed at that time.
We encourage parents and students to check their email regularly. This is one of the best ways our staff and students have to stay connected as we continue to transition toward paperless communications. Our automated SwiftK12 Alert System will continue to provide you with phone, text and email notifications for Wolfe activities and events. Our Sunday robocall will resume at 6:00pm giving you highlights of the week ahead. Please check that your Alert 1 and/or Alert 2 information is up- to-date as you complete your Gateway registration.
Our PowerSchool Parent Portal gives you access to your child’s grades and attendance online 24/7. If you are interested in creating your personal account, please email Mary Bliss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID-19 and its variants. Center Public Schools is working with the Macomb County Department of Health and Human Services on how to address the impact and possible spread of the COVID-19 virus in our K-12 schools. Current data suggest that vaccination of individuals 12 years and older is the most impactful measure against contracting and spreading the virus. All Center Line Public Schools will continue established COVID-19 cleaning protocols and mitigation strategies and practice safe hygiene routines.
As always, safety is our first priority at Wolfe Middle School. Our district and staff are doing everything we can to ensure that all students, staff and community members stay safe. With that said, you play a vital role in ensuring that happens. We appreciate your support, flexibility and patience as we make necessary adjustments to our day to day procedures. We look forward to partnering with you to provide the best possible learning environment for your child.
Stay Safe and Well!
Julian Roper, Principal Jennifer Serra, Assistant Principal