West Godwin Weekly

Week of Sept. 26, 2022

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Monday, Sept. 26 - Friday, Sept. 30 - Spirit Week - see more information below

Friday, Sept 30 - Godwin Heights Homecoming Parade and Football Game

Wednesday Oct 5 - COUNT DAY

Monday, Oct 10 - Fundraiser Begins (more information coming soon)

Wednesday Oct 12 - Early Release @ 2 pm

Friday, Oct. 14 - Principal's Coffee - 9:00 a.m. (more info coming soon)

Friday, Oct. 21 - End of 1st Marking Period

Tuesday, Oct. 25 - School Picture Make Up Day

Wednesday, Oct 26 - Early Release @ 2 pm

Wednesday, Nov 2 - Early Release @ 2 pm - Parent Teacher Conferences

Thursday, Nov 3 - Early Release @ 2 pm - Parent Teacher Conferences

Friday, Nov 4 - Half day @ 12 pm - Parent Teacher Conferences

Wednesday, Nov 9 - Early Release @ 2 pm

Thanksgiving Break - Wednesday, Nov 23- Friday, Nov 25

State of Michigan Student COUNT DAY!!

All students should be in attendance ALL DAY UNLESS SICK on Wednesday, October 5th. Our funding is based on the total number of student participation and attendance on this very important day.

Godwin Heights Homecoming Football Game and Parade

On Friday, September 30, Godwin Heights will celebrate Homecoming with our traditional Homecoming Parade and Football Game. Come out and represent West Godwin by walking with us in the parade. We will line up at the High School (on 35th street) starting at 5:45 p.m. and the parade will begin at 6:00 p.m. All West Godwin students MUST be accompanied by an adult. Hope to see many families there!
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To join in the spirit of Homecoming Week, we will have some dress up days for all students and staff! Click on this LINK for more information!

Monday, Sept. 26 - Mismatch Day

Tuesday, Sept. 27 - PJ Day or Crazy Sock Day

Wednesday, Sept. 28 - Sports Day

Thursday, Sept. 29 - Crazy Hair Day or Hat Day

Friday, Sept. 30 - Blue and Gold Day

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Kids' Food Basket

Kids' Food Basket sack suppers has begun for those students who have signed up! Opt-in forms were sent home with your child. If you have not already done so, please fill out the form and return it to school with your child as soon as possible so that we can get your student on the list to receive a sack supper!
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If your child will be absent or tardy, please call the office at 252-2030 to have the absence excused.

If your child will not be riding the bus home, please call the office by 2:30 pm so we are able to accommodate the change.


Drop-Off -Students can be dropped off in the rear lot off of 36th street between 8:15 am and 8:30 am. Staff will call you forward to the flag and open the door for your student.

For safety, we ask that you and your student remain in your vehicle until staff directs you to the drop-off area. Please have your child’s coat on and additional items ready prior to pulling into the drop-off zone.

Pick-Up- Students can be picked up in the rear lot off 36th street between 3:15 pm & 3:30 pm. Please remember to have your student information sign in your window.

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Please pay close attention to security officers and staff directing traffic daily. For safety please follow directions of staff during pick-up and drop-off and practice slow speeds through the student drop-off pick-up zone.

Please observe the Right Turn Only Sign as you exit the parking lot. Attempts to turn left have resulted in some extremely close calls when entering traffic on 36th street.

At Godwin Heights we believe that all students possess the ability to learn, to experience personal success, and to be productive citizens. Godwin Heights Public Schools deliver quality education enabling each student to work cooperatively and to participate in our diverse, democratic society

About Us

Mrs. Mary Lang
  • Principal

Mrs. Casey Kroll

  • Assistant Principal

Mrs. Lindsay Visser
  • Secretary

Ms. Veronica Castro
  • Secretary

Godwin Heights Public Schools

Notice of Discrimination

The Godwin Heights Public Schools Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis or religion, race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its program, activities, or employment. Further, it is the policy of this District to provide an equal opportunity for all students, regardless of race, color, creed, age, disability, religion, gender, ancestry, national origin, place of residence within the boundaries of the District, or social or economic background, to learn through the curriculum offered in the district. For concerns or questions regarding the above discrimination statement, contact the EEOC Compliance Officer at 15 – 36th Street SW, Wyoming, MI 49548. Telephone: (616)252-2090. If your questions are not adequately addressed, refer your concerns to the President of the Godwin Heights Board of Education, 15 – 36th St SW, Wyoming, MI 49548.