Kinloch Elementary School
School Aged Child Care (S.A.C.C) Registration is Open.
Morning and Afternoon sessions available. Transportation to and from each child's school is provided. Call 313-278-8427 to schedule a registration appointment.
Click here to see the S.A.C.C. Registration Information Flyer.
Click above to see the presentation from the meeting that was held on May 19, 2020
Community Message Concerning Masks
Crestwood Gmail and Google Classroom
Educational, Corona Virus and Self-Care Resources
- Click Here for List of Educational, Corona Virus and Self-Care Resources for Everyone. This
- list is being constantly updated as more resources become available.
- Dearborn Heights Library offers Tumblebooks and Overdrive along with more free online stories. Their YouTube channel features stories and other activities in support of literacy. DHL YouTube Channel
- Playworks Play at Home Playbook
Wayne Metro CARES Relief and Recovery Services
Wayne Metro has launched Wayne Metro CARES Relief and Recovery Services. Residents may qualify for assistance in the following areas (Programs based on Communities):
Food & Income Support - Distributing food, formula, diapers, wipes & Personal Protection Equipment
- Water & Energy Assistance
- Rent & Mortgage Assistance
- Property Tax Assistance
- Emergency Plumbing Repair
- Funeral Assistance
More information can be found at https://www.waynemetro.org/cares/ and the flyer below. In addition in the coming days you will find a community resource guide on this page. Individuals and families who need support can call (9:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday through Friday and 9:00 am - noon on Saturday) Wayne Metro at 313-388-9799 (or 734-284-6999) or chat with a specialist on our website.
Wayne Metro CARES Relief and Recovery Services Flyer
Kinloch Elementary School Mission Statement
The Kinloch Learning Community is committed to ensuring an educational foundation for all students. We will promote a healthy, social, emotional and child-friendly atmosphere by offering multiple learning opportunities to meet the needs of each individual child.
Kinloch Elementary School has approximately five hundred students enrolled in kindergarten through fourth grade. Our professional staff consists of seventeen classroom teachers; a speech/language pathologist, social worker, counselor, school psychologist, support, Title I, art, computer, media center, music, physical education, and Spanish/literacy teachers. A secretary, paraprofessionals, bus drivers, custodian and lunch personnel are also involved in the operation of our building.
One of the most important factors of children’s success in school is that of the involvement of our parents in their child’s educational process. Therefore, parent involvement is strongly encouraged. The Kinloch staff believes that both home and school share in the responsibility of educating children and we strive to all work together to enhance the positive academic and social skills.
We believe that all students can learn and we are dedicated to educate them in a safe, and nurturing learning environment where they will realize their fullest potential in order to become independent learners and responsible citizens.
Please feel free to contact the office or stop by for a visit. We would be excited to show you the strengths of our students, staff, educational programs and facilities.
Wayne County Public Health Division today released a mask mandate effective immediately for schools across the county. All staff, students and visitors, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, are required by law to wear masks in Wayne County Schools.
Press Release from Wayne County Health Division
Letter from Dr. Mosallam concerning the mandate from Wayne County
LifeChanger of the Year is an annual program sponsored by National Life Group that recognizes and rewards K-12 educators and school employees across the country. The program celebrates those who are making a significant difference in the lives of students by exemplifying excellence, positive influence and leadership. Nominations for the 2021-22 school year are now open.
We’re proud to announce that Hayat Nacher, a Crestwood High School senior, has just been named as a National Honor Society (NHS) Scholar!
Please see the attached memorandum from the Michigan Department of Education on Alternative Means to Attain a Teaching Certificate. Currently we are in partnership with Wayne State University, The University of Michigan-Dearborn, and Schoolcraft College.
Introducing our Crestwood Social/Emotional Team
(Together Everyone Achieves More)
The Kinloch School Pledge
- I will show respect for myself.
- I will show respect for others.
- I will be responsible for my actions.
- I will try to do my best.
- I can learn.
- I will learn.