WCSS At Home Learning

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where can I find learning activities for my students while school is closed?

    Our goal is to ensure that school closure does not present a disadvantage to academic progress. Teachers are sending information to students via KinVo, Google Classroom, Class Dojo, and other communication tools. There are also “at home learning” opportunities listed on the Wayne County School System webpage. Schools will begin providing traditional paper/pencil instructional packets beginning Tuesday, March 24. These are available for pick-up at the schools at the same time as meal pick-ups. 

    The second round of instructional packets will be ready on Tuesday, April 14 and will be available at the schools during meal pick-up time. 

    The packets can be viewed and printed from these links:

    PreK-5th grade

    6th - 8th grade


    How will students be interacting with teachers?

    Students and parents can contact teachers through school email or through KinVo. Staff emails are available in the staff directory on the Wayne County School System webpage.


    Are any companies offering free internet services?

    A  number of businesses are offering assistance with internet services during school closures.

    Xfinity -  www.xfinity.com/wifi 

    Comcast Internet Essentials - https://www.internetessentials.com/covid19#undefined&all_CanIdisconnectatanytime


    Does the Wayne County School System provide electronic devices during school closure?

    The Wayne County School System is not providing electronic devices for students during school closure. We are providing paper/pencil instructional packets for students who do not have access to the internet or who do not have a device. If you are unable to pick up an instructional packet, please call your child's school and we will make arrangments to get a packet to you.