West Maple Elementary: engaging and empowering all learners
for lifelong success.
Welcome to West Maple Elementary School!
We are proud of our success in creating an exciting, caring, challenging and happy place for our students to learn. We have a strong, collaborative relationship with our parents and PTA. Our goal is to work together to provide the students and faculty with a great variety of resources with which to learn and to enhance learning experiences for all students.
West Maple has access to extensive and varied technology, which is imbedded into the curriculum in all subject areas. Students have opportunities to develop academic skills at a high level, personal confidence, effective group and communication skills and an awareness of the world around them. West Maple is a community that promotes collaboration, respect and inquiry in a safe environment. We have a strong commitment to education our students about our environment and the needs of others less fortunate. We ask that our students conduct themselves responsibly, honestly, with kindness and respect.
If you are a parent of our community, and have any questions or concerns, please contact me. If you are considering having your child attend West Maple, I welcome you to visit our school for a personal tour. Please contact the school office, by calling 248.851.2667 to set up an appointment.
An evening with Dr. Michele Borba
Monday, March 20, 2017
Seaholm High School Auditorium
2436 West Lincoln
Dr. Michele Borba will return to the district to help families and community members continue the journey into Empathy for an evening presentation in March. Dr. Borba will focus on children, teens, parenting, bullying and moral development. Her work helps strengthen character and resilience, builds stronger families and reduces peer cruelty. The session will help participants learn practical, research-based skills that will provide you with the tools needed to support our children. This event is free to the public and sponsored by BPS, Birmingham Youth Assistance, School Community Partnership and Baldwin Public Library.