Crary-St. Marys Community Council (CSCC), a Michigan nonprofit community group, has been in existence since 1972. Our boundaries are West McNichols to the north, Greenfield to the east, Grand River to the south and Southfield Road to the west. CSCC is the voice for the collective block clubs, business and churches in the area. Our meetings are held from 7-8:15 p.m. on the second Monday of each month except for July and August. We meet at Greater Community Baptist Church, 16900 Puritan Ave.
Points of pride
Dr. Willis has served the District for over 27 years in many roles including substitute teacher, contract teacher, curriculum leader, department head, assistant principal and principal. For the last eight years, she has held a principalship at the Adult Education Center- West Campus. She believes that serving the District is a honor and a privilege and holds this belief as a guiding principle. In 2017, Dr. Willis earned a doctorate of education in curriculum and instruction from Wayne State University.
Location & Contact
No, Transportation is not Provided
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|Accepting New Students?||
Yes - Adult Education
Academics & Activities
Specialized ProgramAlternative Education
Detroit Public Schools Community District’s Adult Education programs offer High School Completion (HSC), General Educational Development (GED), Adult Basic Education/Pre-HSE (ABE), and English as a Second Language (ESL).
GED Prep and Testing, High school completion for diploma, English as a second language-adults, Remedial for Math, Science, Social Studies and English.
Is there a parent advisory council?No
School Safety Culture
Detroit Public Schools Community District is the only school District in the state with a fully functioning police department. In addition, to external patrols and security measures, the District has taken a whole child approach to student safety with a student code of conduct inclusive of restorative practices, a dean of culture, attendance agent and a school culture facilitator in each school and a districtwide approach to character development through our Expect Respect initiative. The Police Department's focus is based on a four-tiered strategy of crime prevention, intervention, student reintegration into the learning environment, and as a last option enforcement. The whole child commitment is supported by the methodologies of trauma informed practices.