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  • Early On® Manual


  • Early On® Washtenaw Coordinated Individual Family Service Plan - Transition

  • Early On® Washtenaw Coordinated Individual Family Service Plan - Transition

  • Ypsilanti Schools - All AM Bus Stops and Times

    AM bus routes for all Ypsilanti schools
  • 75% Required Attendance

    Excel file
  • Adams S.T.E.M. Academy

    AM bus routes for Adams STEM Academy
  • Add & Drop Record

    Excel file
  • Alternative Education Pupils

    Excel file
  • Ann Arbor Middle School Program Calendar

    Ann Arbor Middle School Program Calendar in PDF format
  • Ann Arbor Public Schools Bus Schedule

    Ann Arbor 2013-2014 Bus Transportation Routes
  • Birth Certificate Verification

    Excel file
  • Checklist - Administration & Adult Ed.

    Excel file
  • Checklist - Secondary & PSA K-12

    Excel file
  • Checklist- Elementary & PSA K-8

    Excel file
  • Cooperative Ed List of Students

    Excel file
  • COPE Pupils

    Excel file
  • Count Dates

    Microsoft Word file
  • Count Day Absence - Adult Education

    Excel file
  • Count Day Absence - Elementary

    Excel file
  • Count Day Absence - Middle & High School

    Excel file
  • DS4061

    Excel file
  • Dual Enrollment

    Excel file
  • Early College Alliance Pupils

    Excel file
  • Erickson Elementary School

    AM bus routes for Erickson Elementary School
  • Essential Competency Benchmarks

    Essential competencies and milestones of progress that could serve as both targets for teachers, schools and districts and data points in monitoring their progress toward those targets.
  • Estabrook Elementary School

    AM bus routes for Estabrook Elementary School
  • Experiential Learning

    Microsoft Word document
  • Federal /State Testing Mandates Help

    Resource Help and Technical Assistance with Federal and State Testing Mandates. Local district and school personnel frequently find themselves needing clarification of the requirements of new Federal and State testing mandates.
  • Ford Early Learning Center

    AM bus routes for Ford Early Learning Center
  • Foreign Pupils - MDE Memo Feb 2005

    Microsoft Word file
  • High Expectations Rubric

    PDF file
  • Holmes Elementary School

    AM bus routes for Holmes Elementary
  • Homebased - Instructional Service Form

    Excel file
  • Homebound/Hosp. Instructional Service Form

    Excel file
  • Independent Study Pupils

    Excel file
  • Local District Planning Form

    Microsoft Word file
  • Michigan School Funding Crisis

    Michigan School Funding Crisis Award and Presentation
  • New World

    Access links to New World
  • Non Public FTE Calculation

    Excel file
  • Parent Handbook

    This handbook explains some of the steps taken to plan and carry out instructional programs that help students learn. There are many other resources for parents including local support groups, advocacy organizations and websites. Document in PDF format
  • Part-Time Pupils

    Excel file
  • Perry Early Learning Center

    AM bus routes for Perry Early Learning Center
  • Primary Learning Center

    2011-2012 bus routes for Primary Learning Center
  • Professional Development

    Excel file
  • Pupil Accounting Due Dates

    Microsoft Word file
  • Reduced Schedule Pupils Form

    Excel file
  • Reduced Schedule Request & Approval Form

    Excel file
  • Requirements At-A-Glance

    PDF file
  • Residency - Home of Relative

    Microsoft Word file
  • Scheduled Days (Kdg)

    Excel file
  • Scheduled Days of Instruction (ECDD)

    Excel file
  • Scheduled Days of Instruction (K-12 & Spec. Ed)

    Excel file
  • Scheduled Hours (ECDD)

    Excel file
  • Scheduled Hours (Kdg)

    Excel file
  • Scheduled Hours of Instruction (K-12)

    Excel file
  • School Buses are Like Traffic Signals

    Poster in PDF format
  • Schools of Choice - Certification of Compliance

    Microsoft Word file
  • Seat Time Waiver - Mentor Contact

    Excel file
  • Seat Time Waiver Login

    Excel document
  • Seat Time Waiver Pupil List

    Excel document
  • Split Schedule Pupils

    Excel file
  • STAGES

  • Virtual HS Enrollment

    Excel file
  • WISD Staff Manual

    2011-2012 staff manual of policies, procedures and services.
  • WISD Staff Manual

    2011-2012 staff manual of policies, procedures and services.
  • Workbased - CTE Training Agreement

    Microsoft Word file
  • Workbased - In-District Placement CTE & Transition

    Microsoft Word file
  • Workbased - List of Students

    Excel file
  • Workbased - Non-CTE Training Agreement

    Microsoft Word file
  • Workbased - Site Visit Log

    Microsoft Word file
  • Workbased - Training Plan

    Microsoft Word file
  • Workbased - Transition - Special Education

    Excel file
  • Worksheet A - Instructions

    Excel file
  • Worksheet A: Section 53 - Special Education

    Excel file
  • Worksheet B - Instructions

    Excel file
  • Worksheet B: All Other Special Education Students

    Excel file
  • Ypsilanti High School / New Tech / WIHI / WIMA

    AM bus routes for Ypsilanti High School / New Tech / WIHI / WIMA
  • Ypsilanti Middle School

    AM bus routes for Ypsilanti Middle School


  • Assessment and Research Department


  • Senior Exit Survey Overview

    The Senior Exit Survey, undertaken by the Washtenaw Intermediate School District (WISD), is a survey of the experiences and plans of the graduating seniors from the public high schools in Washtenaw County.
  • About Student Data Reports

  • Assessment Resources and Reports

  • Assessment WIKI

    Contact an assessment team member for access.
  • Data 4 SS

    The Data for Student Success project is funded by a Federal Title II Part D grant and is lead by Calhoun ISD in partnership with the Michigan Department of Education and CEPI. The focus of this grant is to further the culture of data driven decision making in Michigan's schools by providing a quality professional development model and dynamic inquiry tool.
  • Free and Reduced Lunch Counts

    The Center for Educational Performance Information (CEPI) makes available free and reduced lunch counts for current and past years. This section of our web site links to the State of Michigan maintained web site and is provided for ease of use. Questions with regard to the data may be directed to CEPI.
  • Graduation Rates - Five year Graduate Follow-up Surveys

    PDF file
  • Graduation Rates - One year Graduate Follow-up Surveys

    PDF file
  • Program Evaluation

    A service of WISD's Assessment Services department that is less widely known but essential to the delivery of quality programs both in our local districts and communities and at the ISD is program evaluation.
  • Senior Exit Survey

    Document contains all the information pertaining to the Senior Exit Survey.
  • Senior Exit Survey Questions

    PDF file
  • Senior Exit Survey Results

    PDF file
  • Senior Exit Survey Summary

    The Washtenaw County Senior Exit Survey is a tool that measures Washtenaw County high school seniors' perceptions of their high school experience.
  • Standardized Tests - MEAP and MME

  • Student Demographics

    Contains student demographic information for the schools and buildings of the ten local districts in Washtenaw County.
  • Washtenaw ISD Long Range Planning Process


  • Board of Education and Administration Department


  • Washtenaw Alliance for Education (WAE)

    Information about the Washtenaw Alliance for Education
  • Washtenaw County School Districts

    Listing and links to Washtenaw County School Districts
  • WISD 2020 Plan

    PDF file that outlines the WISD Plan for 2020. This plan will guide WISD's direction over the next 10 years. It will direct resources, determine programs, affect partnerships and assess our efforts.
  • WISD History

    History of Washtenaw County Intermediate School District
  • WISD Overview

    PDF file that explains what an intermediate school district (ISD) does. WISD works behind the scenes with its member school districts -collectively and individually- to help meet the needs of their students, parents, support staff, teachers, administrators and board members. At WISD, we are increasing achievement, supporting diverse communities and developing efficiencies.
  • About WISD Organizational Reports

    Information about WISD Organizational reports
  • All Calendars

    School Calendars for WISD, Local Districts and Outcenters
  • Ann Arbor Elementary and Middle School Programs Calendar

    Ann Arbor Elementary and Middle School Programs Calendar in PDF format
  • Ann Arbor Preschool DHH Program Calendar

    Ann Arbor Preschool D/HH Program Calendar in PDF format
  • Ann Arbor Tech High School Program Calendar

    Ann Arbor Tech High School Program Calendar in PDF format
  • Board Meeting Agenda and Minutes

    Approved Minutes from WISD board meetings
  • Board Members, Meetings and Reports

    Information about Washtenaw Intermediate School District Board of Education members, meetings and reports.
  • By-Laws & Board Policies

    WISD by-laws and board policies website
  • Consolidated Transportation Design

    At the request of its ten local school districts, the Washtenaw Intermediate School District is coordinating an effort to develop a countywide consolidated transportation model.
  • Contact Information

    WISD Mailing address, phone and directions, a listing of all WISD Employees phone and emails, a directory for outcenters and a directory for programs and services.
  • Dexter High School Program Calendar

    Dexter High School Program Calendar in PDF format
  • Directions, Maps and Lodging

    Directions and map for Washtenaw Intermediate School District Buildings. Area restaurant and lodging information. Map of Washtenaw County School Districts.
  • Driving Innovation into School Transportation Operations Workshop

    Driving Innovation into School Transportation Operations Workshop for the Washtenaw County, School Boards Association
  • Forest School Program Calendar

    Forest School Program Calendar in PDF format
  • High Point/CIY Program Calendar

    High Point Program Calendar in PDF format
  • House Bill #4513

    A bill to amend 1976 PA 451, entitled "The revised school code," by amending section 1147 (MCL 380.1147).
  • House Bill #4514

    A bill to amend 1979 PA 94, entitled "The state school aid act of 1979," by amending section 6 (MCL 388.1606), as amended by 2010 PA 110.
  • House Bill #5006

    A bill to amend 1979 PA 94, entitled "The state school aid act of 1979," by amending section 6 (MCL 388.1606), as amended by 2011 PA 62.
  • ISD Links

    Michigan Intermediate School District Links
  • Lakewood Elem, Tappan MS, Skyline HS D/HH Program Calendar

    Lakewood Elem, Tappan MS, Skyline HS D/HH Program Calendar in PDF format
  • NCA Quality Assurance Review

    A key aim of the Quality Assurance Review is to verify that the agency is operating with institutional AdvancED Accreditation letter
  • REMC Annual Report

    The REMC Statewide SAVE Cooperative Bid Project is provided as a service of your REMC, Intermediate School District, and the REMC Association of Michigan for all Michigan schools, institutions of higher education, libraries, and local units of government. The Project aggregates volume and, therefore, the purchasing power of schools statewide and provides large-volume bid pricing on a variety of educational resources. Document in PDF format.
  • Restaurant Map

    Map of local restaurants
  • Routes to WISD

    A PDF document with the latest routes
  • School Closings and Weather

    Information about Washtenaw County school closings, weather and road conditions
  • Senate Bill #34

    A bill to amend 1893 PA 206, entitled "The general property tax act," (MCL 211.1 to 211.155) by adding section 9n.
  • Senate Bill #34 Committee Summary

    Committee summary on Senate Bill #34
  • Senate Bill #618 (Substitute, as amended October 6, 2011)

    A bill to amend 1976 PA 451, entitled "The revised school code," by amending sections 501, 502, 502a, 503, 504, 505, 507, 522, 523, 524, 528, 551, 552, 553, 553a, 556, 559, and 561, (MCL 380.501, 380.502, 380.502a, 380.503, 380.504, 380.505, 380.507, 380.522, 380.523, 380.524, 380.528, 380.551, 380.552, 380.553, 380.553a, 380.556, 380.559, and 380.561), section 501 as amended and section 528 as added by 2003 PA 179, sections 502, 503, 504, 507, 522, 523, and 524 as amended and sections 502a, 551, 552, 553, 553a, 556, 559, and 561 as added by 2009 PA 205, and section 505 as amended by 1994 PA 416, ; and to repeal acts and parts of acts.
  • Senate Bill #618 Floor Summary

    Floor summary on Senate bill #618
  • Senate Bill #619

    A bill to amend 1976 PA 451, entitled "The revised school code," by amending section 552 (MCL 380.552), as added by 2009 PA 205.
  • Senate Bill #619 Floor Summary

    Floor summary on Senate bill #619
  • Senate Bill #620

    A bill to amend 1976 PA 451, entitled "The revised school code," by amending sections 3 and 5 (MCL 380.3 and 380.5), section 3 as amended by 2007 PA 45 and section 5 as amended by 2009 PA 205, and by adding part 6d.
  • Senate Bill #620 Committee Summary

    Committee summary on Senate bill #620
  • Senate Bill #621

    A bill to amend 1979 PA 94, entitled "The state school aid act of 1979," by amending section 166b (MCL 388.1766b), as amended by 2010 PA 204.
  • Senate Bill #621 Floor Summary

    Floor summary on Senate bill #621
  • Senate Bill #622

    A bill to amend 1996 PA 160, entitled "Postsecondary enrollment options act," by amending section 3 (MCL 388.513), as amended by 2005 PA 180; and to repeal acts and parts of acts.
  • Senate Bill #622 and Senate Bill #623 Committee Summary

    Committee summary on Senate bills #622 and #623
  • Senate Bill #623

    A bill to amend 2000 PA 258, entitled "Career and technical preparation act," by amending section 3 (MCL 388.1903), as amended by 2005 PA 181; and to repeal acts and parts of acts.
  • Senate Bill #624

    A bill to amend 1979 PA 94, entitled "The state school aid act of 1979," by amending sections 6 and 105 (MCL 388.1606 and 388.1705), section 6 as amended by 2011 PA 62 and section 105 as amended by 2008 PA 268; and to repeal acts and parts of acts.
  • Senate Bill #624 Committee Summary

    Committee summary on Senate bill #624
  • Shared Services

    The Washtenaw Intermediate School District (WISD) Board of Education has adopted a resolution to participate in a multi-intermediate school district (ISD) collaborative to develop regional solutions to ISD educational funding and service challenges. The action comes as a result of ISD superintendents in Washtenaw, Monroe, Lenawee, Jackson, Hillsdale, Livingston, Eaton and Ingham meeting to develop service-sharing arrangements within the region.
  • Transportation Consolidation Key Facts

    Key Facts about the Washtenaw Transportation Consolidation Design
  • Transportation Q&A

    Questions and Answers on the Washtenaw Transportation Consolidation Design
  • WISD and Local District Calendar

    WISD and Local District Calendar in PDF format
  • WISD Annual Web Reports

    State required reports
  • WISD Services Reports

    PDF file
  • Young Adult Program Calendar

    Young Adult Program Calendar in PDF format


  • Business Office Department


  • Business Office Overview

    Employee forms, payroll and expense report due dates, 403b annuity information, building and grounds information and service request forms, pupil accounting information and forms, including student demographics.
  • Capital Projects Fund - General Education Budget

    Fiscal year 2013-2014
  • Capital Projects Fund - Special Education Budget

    Fiscal year 2013-2014
  • Cooperative Activities Fund Budget

    Fiscal year 2013-2014
  • Food Service Fund Budget

    Fiscal year 2013-2014
  • General Education Fund Budget, Amended December 2013

    Fiscal year 2013-2014
  • Special Education Fund Budget, Amended December 2013

    Fiscal year 2013-2014
  • 403b Investment Selection Analysis

    PDF file
  • 403b Plan Request for Proposals (RFP)

    PDF file
  • 403b Schwab PCRA Fund Listing

    PDF file
  • 403b Transfer In-kind Instructions

    PDF file
  • AIG VALIC Transfer Form

    PDF file
  • Ameriprise Transfer Form

    PDF file
  • Buildings and Grounds

    Building and Grounds information and service request forms. A listing of buildings on the WISD campus.
  • Capital Projects Fund - General Education Budget

    Fiscal year 2012-2013
  • Capital Projects Fund - Special Education Budget

    Fiscal year 2012-2013
  • Committee Recommendation for 403b Plan

    PDF file
  • Conference Envelope Instructions

    A form to be used by staff when attending a conference/seminar/meeting, including an overnight stay. Document in pdf format.
  • Consultant Recommendation for 403b

    PDF file
  • Cooperative Activities Fund Budget

    Fiscal year 2012-2013
  • Current Bids

    A listing of all current bids
  • Dexter - 403b Question and Answer Document

    PDF file
  • Direct Deposit Form

    Direct deposit form in PDF format.
  • Food Service Fund Budget

    Fiscal year 2012-2013
  • General Education Fund Budget

    Fiscal year 2012-2013
  • Material Safety Data Sheets

  • Native Plant Project

    As of the summer of 2000, the WISD has begun the process of creating more native plant greenspace areas on our campus.
  • Proposed 403b Investment Policy Statement

    PDF file
  • Pupil Accounting Overview

    Pupil accounting information including instructions, links, adult education forms, building level forms, high school non-conventional pupil forms, and district level forms and calendars
  • Special Education Fund Budget

    Fiscal year 2012-2013
  • The Standard 403b Transfer Form

    PDF file
  • Transfer 403b Funds Checklist

    PDF file
  • Travel Expense Report & Guidelines

    Travel Expense Report form and guidelines. Document in XLS format.
  • W-4 Form - Federal

    Federal Income Tax withholding form. Document in PDF format.
  • W-4 Form - State

    State Income Tax withholding form. Document in PDF format
  • W-9 Form

    Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification. Document in PDF format
  • Warehouse Item Request

    Warehouse request form
  • WISD - 403b Question and Answer

    PDF file
  • WISD Expenditures

    Document in PDF format


  • Instruction Department


  • Current Initiatives

    Outlines the achievement initiatives work that WISD supports
  • Secondary Options

  • About Grants and Development

    Washtenaw Intermediate School District office of Grants and Development offers grant-related information, technical assistance and training to the educators of Washtenaw County, Michigan.
  • About the Corporate Letter

    Sometimes a long proposal is unnecessary. It isn't the length of a proposal, but the content, that sells a project. Millions of dollars are awarded by corporations, businesses and foundations every year on the basis of a one or two-page letter.
  • About the Grant Writing Manual

    This manual presents one way of organizing the quest for a grant. It begins with an idea born of a fundable organization, and begins again when the venture capital is secured for program implementation.
  • About the Grant Writing Process

    In an effort to provide organizational tools for every learning style, we have collected a selection of checklists for use in organizing the grantwriting process.
  • Achievement Initiatives Team

    Learn more about the Achievement Initiatives Team at miteacher.org
  • Adequate Yearly Progress and Priority Schools

    PDF file
  • Career and Tech Preparation

    The Career Preparation System is designed to provide all students completing the Michigan education system with the necessary academic, technical, and work behavior knowledge and skills for success in a career of their choice and lifelong learning.
  • Education Project for Homeless Youth

    Educational Project for Homeless Youth (EPHY): is a program of the WISD operating on grant funds from federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act awarded through the Michigan Department of Education. EPHY has been serving the 10 school districts in Washtenaw County since 1987. EPHY's primary goal is to help homeless children and youth enroll, regularly attend and succeed in school. We provide assistance with 'proof of residency' issues, enrollment documents, transportation, school supplies, advocacy, one-on-one tutoring and referrals to community agencies.
  • Education Project Referral Form

    Document contains Family/Student Referral Form, Temporary Residence statement, Permision to provide service/ release or exchange information, Know Your Rights, and Education Project Services. We are a project of the Washtenaw Intermediate School District that works to ensure students in temporary living situations enroll, regularly attend and succeed in school.
  • Effective Instructional Practices

    Overview of curriculum and instruction services including grade level content expectations, curriculum framework, personal curriculum, literacy, reading, math and science strategies and benchmarks.
  • First Steps Washtenaw/Early On

    First Steps Washtenaw/Early On - Parent education program offered through each school district in Washtenaw County, open to all families with children 0 to 5 in their preparation for school
  • Gifted and Talented Resources

    Gifted and Talented website resources for educators, parents and students. These websites can help answer questions, highlight specific opportunities and connect parents and teachers of gifted students.
  • Grant Proposal Coordination Plan

    PDF file
  • Grant Proposal Development Guide and Checklist

    PDF file
  • Grants Checklist

    PDF file
  • Grants Coordinator Checklist

    PDF file
  • Grants Process Log

    PDF file
  • Helpful Resources for Homeless Families and Youth

    PDF file
  • Highly Qualified Teacher Resources

    Information about Highly Qualified Teachers
  • Is this Grant for us - Checklist

    PDF file
  • LAWMASC

    Livingston and Washtenaw Math and Science Center
  • Michigan Common Core State Standards

    The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are a set of K-12 academic standards in Mathematics and English language arts that will ensure that all students have the academic knowledge and skills they need to succeed after high school.
  • Michigan School Readiness Program

    MSRP helps children get ready for school, increases attendance and reduces the number of children who repeat a grade by almost one-half. The programs provide strong family involvement/ parent education components as well as preschool education.
  • Multiple Assessments of Common High Expectations

    Literacy, mathmatical knowledge and application, content knowledge, identifying and accessing resources, communication, personal and interpersonal skills.
  • No Child Left Behind

  • Personalized Learning

  • Policy Guidelines for Improving Educational Outcomes of Youth Transitioning Out of Foster Care

    Teens aging out of foster care struggle to make the transition to independent living and are particularly vulnerable to under-education, unemployment, earnings below the poverty level, homelessness and poor health.1 Schools can make a tremendous difference in the lives of these teens, serving as a point of stability and equipping them with the skills they need to be successful. Document in PDF format.
  • School Improvement

    Provides background information and resources on school improvement mandates in Michigan
  • Teacher Workroom

    The Teacher Workroom houses equipment and materials which are available for educational purposes
  • Teaching and Learning Teams

    Instructional Consultants and conference on teaching and learning toolkit.
  • Washtenaw County Head Start

    Project Head Start was designed to help break the cycle of poverty by providing preschool children of low income families with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional and educational needs.
  • Washtenaw County Homeless School Liaisons List

    PDF file
  • Washtenaw International High School

    Washtenaw International High School is a free, public, consortium high school for students in participating Washtenaw County school districts.
  • Washtenaw Success by 6 Great Start Collaborative

    Washtenaw Success by 6 Great Start Collaborative provides resources for parents, including information on child development, preschool, child care, health insurance, and parenting classes.
  • Widening Advancement for Youth - Washtenaw

    WAY Washtenaw is a county pilot program designed to provide a technology-rich, online, project-based learning environment for students who are enrolled in the program. This year-round educational program is targeting students who are 16-19 years old and are at risk of not graduating with their cohort. The pilot program will begin in the Fall of 2010 and will be carefully evaluated for effectiveness.


  • Human Resources Department


  • Fingerprinting Information

    WISD provides LiveScan fingerprinting services (no ink cards), for School Employment (SE), Daycare Licensing (DCL) and National Child Protection Act (CPE) at its facility at 1819 S Wagner Rd, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106.
  • WISD and Washtenaw County School District Job Opportunities

    The Washtenaw Human Resources Consortium is an association of Washtenaw County school districts that permits a single-stop employment submission.
  • Alert Now

    Sign up for Alert system - WISD Staff Only
  • Anti-Bullying Policy

    WISD Board Adopted Anti-Bullying Policy
  • Centralized Intake for Abuse and Neglect

    Effective March 5, 2012
  • Fingerprint Release Form

    If you were fingerprinted in Michigan AFTER JANUARY 1, 2006 and your prints are on file at Washtenaw ISD, this form is REQUIRED. Fingerprint Release Form in PDF format.
  • Fingerprinting Request

    LIVESCAN Fingerprint Request Form in PDF format.
  • Mandated Reporter's Resource Guide

    Mandated Reporter's Resource Guide - Children's Protective Services Program
  • Online Application Process

  • Professionals who are Mandated Reporters

    A list of professionals considered to be mandated reporters
  • School Personnel Guide for Reporting Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect

    Document in PDF format.
  • WISD Substitute Information

    Document in PDF format.


  • Special Education Department


  • Early On® Date Calculator

    Online date calculator for: Consent and IFSP due dates, service dates, COSF dates, transition dates and special education notification dates
  • Early On® Authorization to Share Information


  • Early On® Consent for Evaluation


  • Early On® Exit Summary


  • Early On® Referral - Transfer In Form


  • Early On® Referral Feedback


  • Early On® Washtenaw Coordinated Individual Family Service Plan


  • Early On® Washtenaw Coordinated Individual Family Service Plan - Goals/Outcomes/Review


  • IEP Guidance Manual

    Document in PDF format
  • Michigan Child Outcomes Summary Form (COSF)


  • Policy Guidelines For Delivering Personalized Services To Students With Specialized Needs

    The public school districts in Washtenaw County, working together with Washtenaw ISD, envisions a future whereby all children have equal access and educational opportunity to learn with high expectations, within a meaningful and challenging curriculum, employing a differentiated instructional approach using multiple assessments to gauge student learning.
  • Special Education Referral Form


  • WISD Online Catalog

    Follet Destiny Online Catalog
  • Assistive Technology

    WISD offers comprehensive assistive technology services to students, parents, local districts, staff, and community agencies. WISD services include a lending library of assistive technology devices and software, workshops and trainings to build capacity, consultation to local district teams, development of innovative initiatives to provide access to the curriculum for all students (e.g. Universal Design, STELA), as well as links to local, regional, statewide and national assistive technology resources. Page contains information about AT forms, process, tips, laws, consideration and glossary.
  • Assistive Technology Local Contacts for Districts

    The ten local school districts in Washtenaw County provide Assistive Technology (AT) services to students within their district. If you have a question or concern about AT, begin by contacting your local district AT representative. Document in PDF format.
  • Assistive Technology Local Contacts for WISD

    WISD offers comprehensive assistive technology services to students, parents, local districts, staff, and community agencies. WISD services include a lending library of assistive technology devices and software, workshops and trainings to build capacity, consultation to local district teams, development of innovative initiatives to provide access to the curriculum for all students (e.g. Universal Design, STELA), as well as links to local, regional, statewide and national assistive technology resources.
  • Assistive Technology Process Forms

    Assistive Technology Decision Making Process Forms. Beginning the process, problem indentification and solution generation, trial and follow-up plan and AT notes. Document in WORD format.
  • Assistive Technology Software Installation Form

    This form should be completed and submitted to Technology Services to request installation of ATAC Lab loaned software on WISD computers. Document in PDF format.
  • Compliance and Monitoring

    WISD monitors it's local districts and public school academies on a yearly basis. Monitoring involves a number of steps including the review of student files, performing administrative and form reviews and conducting random parent surveys.
  • Documentation of Behavior Incident or Physical Management

    Document in Word format
  • Early On Program Information

    Early On - Network of services for children age birth to thirty-six months who have a medical or physical problem, or seem to be developing slowly.
  • Excent Tera Documentation, Support and Training

    Excent Tera is a new special education application for case management, IEPs and Medicaid billing.
  • Good Start

    Good Start - Information to families and staff about the unique needs of children in community preschools and childcare settings, assists providers and parents
  • Guidance for the Determination of Specific Learning Disabilities

    At the request of the Washtenaw County Special Education Administrators, the Washtenaw County Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) Work Group developed a guidance document to assist evaluation teams with quality SLD processes for evaluation planning, evaluations, eligibility decisions and intervention planning. To find the criteria each district utilizes, please refer to the district website for this information.
  • Guidance for the Determination of Specific Learning Disabilities

    At the request of the Washtenaw County Special Education Administrators, the Washtenaw County Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) Work Group developed a guidance document to assist evaluation teams with quality SLD processes for evaluation planning, evaluations, eligibility decisions and intervention planning. To find the criteria each district utilizes, please refer to the district website for this information.
  • High Point School Parent/Staff Organization (PSO)

  • How to Connect to Excent Tera, Printing from Excent Tera

    Excent Tera is a new special education application for case management, IEPs and Medicaid billing. Getting to Excent Tera is a two-part process. Part one: you will use the Remote Desktop Client to connect to the server at Jackson County ISD (JCISD). Once you are on their server, you will go to part two: logging into the Excent Tera application.
  • Human Services Collaborative Council Resource Guide

    The HSCC fulfills a state requirement that each Michigan community have in place a Multi-Purpose Collaborative Body (MPCB). The HSCC evolved from the Washtenaw County Family Services Collaborative Council to provide leadership for policies and funding that affect services for children, families and adults among private and public community institutions.
  • K-12 Services and Locations

    WISD operates classes located in general education facilities serving children with moderate and severe disabilities.
  • Medicaid Overview and Forms

    Excent Tera is a new special education application for case management, IEPs and Medicaid billing.
  • Michigan Alliance for Families

    Michigan Alliance for Families and Michigan Alliance - PTI provide information, support and education to families of children and adults with disabilities from birth to age 26 who are in the educational system. The purpose of the projects is to increase the involvement of families in their children's education and the educational system in general.
  • Michigan Child Outcomes Summary Instructions


  • Other Family Support Resources

    This page contains valuable links to external resources.
  • PAC Representatives and Special Education Administrators

    If you should need assistance, have a question, or wish to express a concern, please call your PAC Representative or Special Education Administrator. Document in PDF format.
  • Parent Advisory Committee (PAC)

    The PAC is comprised of parents from Local Educational Agencies (LEA) within WISD service area whose children have special needs. The PAC meets monthly, usually on the third Tuesday, September-June, at WISD. Meetings are open to all parents and persons interested in special education.
  • Procedural Safeguards Available To Parents Of Students With Disabilities

    The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the Federal law concerning the education of students with disabilities, requires schools to provide parents of a child with a disability with a notice containing a full explanation of the procedural safeguards available under the IDEA and U.S. Department of Education regulations. Document in pdf format
  • Project Find

    Project Find - Information about special education programs and services and assists families in locating a program for anyone eligible from birth to 26 years of age
  • Random Moment Time Study

    A Random Moment Time Study (RMTS) is the process the State of Michigan uses to help determine the cost of providing services to students in schools. Throughout the State of Michigan, there will be about 12,000 Random Moment Time Studies for School-Based Services providers in each school year.
  • Special Education Administrative Contacts

    The role of the special education administrator is to supervise, coordinate and support special education programs and services.
  • START Materials

    Download START (STatewide Autism Resources and Training) materials
  • Teacher Consultants and Related Support

    The role of the WISD teacher consultant is to support the local district with information and services that are not typically available within that district.
  • Transition Planning Information

    On behalf of local school districts, WISD operates transitional classes and educational services for post high school student who are unable to graduate from high school due to the severity of their disability. The goal of the service is to help students learn to live, work and participate in recreation in their community with as much independence as possible. To that end, the services and meeting sites are located though out the county to make them as close to the student's homes as possible.
  • Transition Resources

    New Items, Transition Overviews, IEP Aspects, Transition Assessments, Exiting from School.
  • Washtenaw County Area Family Support Groups

    PDF file
  • Washtenaw County Head Start

    Project Head Start was designed to help break the cycle of poverty by providing preschool children of low income families with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional and educational needs.
  • Washtenaw County Special Education E-Information Listserv

    The goal of this listserv is to help keep you informed about upcoming workshops, conferences, legislative issues, and other information as it pertains to Special Education in and around Washtenaw County and the state of Michigan.
  • Website Resources for Special Education Staff

  • Written Prior Notice


  • Young Adult Services and Locations

    WISD operates transitional classes and educational services for post high school student who are unable to graduate from high school due to the severity of their disability.


  • Staff Development Department


  • Event and Meeting Planning

    Provides and overview of Event and Meeting Planning Services at WISD
  • State Continuing Education Clock Hours (SCECHs)

    Provides overview/background information on SCECH system
  • Workshop Registration

    Home page for online workshop registration
  • ASHA Verification of Attendance Form

    This form is for ASHA certificate holders to document Certification Maintenance Hours
  • Credit Card Payment Information

    PDF file
  • Event Services Planning Form

    Excel file
  • Food Service Guidelines

    PDF file
  • Registrations Cancellation Guidelines

    PDF file
  • SCECH Mentor Teacher/Counselor/Psychologist/Administrator Verification Form

    Microsoft Word file
  • SCECH Program Application

    Microsoft Word file
  • SCECH Program Overview

    PDF file
  • SCECH School Committee Verification Form

    Microsoft Word file
  • SCECH School Improvement Team Verification Form

    Microsoft Word file
  • Supervising School Psychologist SBCEU Form

    Microsoft Word file
  • Technology in TLC Meeting Rooms

    PDF file


  • Technology Department


  • WISD Staff Support

    WISD staff technology documentation and instructions
  • Computer Lab

    Information about lab usage, fees, equipment, scheduling, procedures and user responsibilities.
  • Distance Learning

    Describes the different distance learning services we provide such as Michigan Virtual High School, Discovery Streaming and Learn360, Video Conferencing and much more.
  • District Technology Services

    Technology Services provides instructional and administrative technology support services to schools in the Washtenaw ISD service area.
  • Educational Technology Plan

    WISD technology plans are used as a guide for decision-making with regard to the commitment of WISD resources and establishment of policies and procedures. Further, these plans provide a means for assessing the impact the WISD has through the collective work with its constituent districts, public school academies, and community.
  • Internet Safety

    Internet safety tips and resources
  • Online Applications

    An overview of the different applications that we support for WISD staff
  • WISD Instructional Technology and Digital Resources Overview

    Washtenaw ISD is providing leadership in several areas related to instructional technology and online learning. Information about Moodle, Discovery Streaming, Learn360, Career Exploration, Michigan E-library, Online Learning (21 Things for the 21st Century Educator), and Michigan Virtual HS
  • Acceptable Use Agreement (AUP)

    AUP for Employees, Board Members, Volunteers and Adults, other than students.
  • Acceptable Use Agreement (AUP) for Students

    AUP for students
  • AESOP

  • Applitrak Admin

  • Bandwidth Stats

  • Barracuda Spam Filter

  • Board Book

  • Citrix

    Login to Citrix
  • Citrix - Client Download

    Follow the instructions at this link to download and run the latest Citrix client for your PC.
  • CSR

    Computer Service Request
  • Employee Website

  • Excent Tera

  • Meal Magic

    Meal Magic login
  • Moodle - LESA

    This tool lets teachers build class sites and interact with students.
  • Moodle - Washtenaw Schools

    This tool lets teachers build class sites and interact with students.
  • Outlook

    Login to Outlook Email
  • Power School Teacher Login

    Teacher login for PowerSchool application
  • PowerSchool

    Information about PowerSchool, including newsletters and district contacts
  • REMC Bid Project

    Statewide Save Bid Project
  • School Dude Maintenance Request

  • Technology Purchase Approval Form

    PDF file
  • Video Conference Bridge

  • WISD Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Guidelines

    BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Guidelines in PDF format.
  • WISD Video Streaming Server



  • Transportation Department


  • Bus Routes

    School bus routes for Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti Community Schools
  • Local District Transportation Contact List

    Washtenaw County Local District Transportation Contacts
  • Transportation Job Openings

    View job openings in the Transportation Department
  • Transportation Workshop Registration

  • Anti-Bullying Policy

    WISD Board Adopted Anti-Bullying Policy
  • Bus Driver Training Schedule

    School year schedule for training in PDF format.
  • Calendars

    Common calendar for WISD and local school districts; Outcenter calendars
  • Driver handbook

    2011-2012 WISD Transportation Department Employee Handbook
  • Mandated Reporter's Resource Guide

    Children's Protective Services Program to the Transportation Department
  • Resources

    Rules, FAQs and other resources for parents
  • School Closings

  • Secretary of State CDL Manual

    Information on obtaining an original Commercial Driver License (CDL)
  • Staff Transportation Meeting Schedule

    Washtenaw County Transportation Meetings 2012-2013 in PDF format.
  • State of Michigan Transportation websites

  • Timekeeper System

    Access to ATS Ultratime Application
  • Transportation and Bus Driver Certification

  • Transportation Supervisor Continuing Education Resources

  • Triptracker - Field Trip Scheduler

    Access to Triptracker
  • TripTracker - Submitting a Field Trip Request

    How to Request a Field Trip

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