Warren Consolidated Schools

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Warren Consolidated School District is a public school district serving the cities of Warren, Sterling Heights and Troy, Michigan. It operates 25 schools including two specialized partial-day high schools that draw from the other schools within the district. Warren Consolidated has about 16,000 students and a student/teacher ratio of 20:1.[1] The district was led by Superintendent James Clor from 1999 until November 2007. Dr. Robert Livernois took over as superintendent in April 2008 after leaving his former district and district neighbor, Warren Woods School District.[2]

History[edit]

Warren Consolidated was formed in 1941 largely forming around Warren High School.

Special programs[edit]

Warren Con. operates a Performing Arts Center at Sterling Heights High School that draws students from all schools in the district.[3]

The school district also had the Pre Primary Impaired (PPI) special education preschool program, which more recently had been renamed the Early Educational Child Development (EECD) program, but has since been abolished altogether and supplanted by a Special Education Kindergarten program named "Special K" starting in the 2012-2013 school year.

The school district also operates the Career Preparation Center and the Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center, both of which draw students from other districts.

Cousino High School also houses WPHS and WCSD-TV, the district's student-run radio and television stations.

Schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Angus Elementary School
  • Black Elementary School
  • Cromie Elementary School
  • Fillmore Elementary School (Year Round)
  • Green Acres Elementary School
  • Harwood Elementary School
  • Holden Elementary School (Year Round)
  • Jefferson Elementary School
  • Pearl Lean Elementary School
  • Susick Elementary School
  • Siersma Elementary School (Year Round)
  • Wilde Elementary School
  • Wilkerson Elementary School
  • Willow Woods Elementary School

Middle schools[edit]

  • Agnes E. Beer Middle School
  • Virgil I. Grissom Middle School
  • Carter Middle School
  • Will Carleton Middle School
  • Middle School Mathematics Science technology Center (MS)2TC
  • MS-WCSPA Middle School Program

High schools[edit]

Learning Centers[edit]

  • Hatherly Educational Center
  • Flynn Educational Center

Former Schools[edit]

Several schools once in the district have been closed:

  • Warren High School (closed 1992) (Now the Warren Community Center)
  • Maple Lane Elementary Closed 1980 Sold to MISD
  • Murthum Elementary School (Closed 1978, completely demolished by 1992)
  • Warner Elementary School (closed 1992 ,completely demolished by 2012 Is now a park)
  • North Elementary School
  • Fuhrmann Junior High (demolished in 2012)
  • John Haitama Elementary School
  • County Line Elementary School (Corner of 15 mile and Dequindre is now a shopping center)
  • Frost Elementary School (Demolished 2008)
  • Beaver Elementary School (Used for Administration Building now)
  • South Elementary School
  • Warren West Elementary School
  • Alan Shepherd Elementary School (Now St Sharbel Maronite Catholic Church)
  • Thorpe Elementary School (Used for Sterling Heights Police Department Training) Building was demolished
  • Robert J. Hesse Elementary School (Building still standing, now part of a housing complex built on the former school grounds, located in the 29700 block of Boewe Drive)
  • Hartsig Junior High School (Currently Ben Ross Public School Academy)
  • Melby Junior High School (Currently Regina High School)
  • Butcher Junior High School (building now used for the Macomb Math, Science and Technology Program)
  • Norman Rockwell Elementary School (Closed)
  • Monfort Elementary (closed 1958)
  • Pennow Elementary
  • John F. Holland Elementary School (Closed 1981, used through early-mid eighties for Warren Parks & Recs during the summers, demolished by 1992 - new houses constructed in its place by 1993)
  • Rinke Elementary (Currently Macomb Christian School)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Find the Data: Warren Consolidated School District
  2. ^ Warren superintendent switches school districts
  3. ^ Warren Consolidated Schools Performing Arts Center - Sterling Heights, MI - Detroit News
  4. ^ SHHS History Page

External links[edit]