Molly Hampsey is the Site Coordinator at Stevenson Middle School. She graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in Music Education-Vocal Concentration and a certificate in Professional Youth Work. Additionally, she is a certified K-12 Music teacher. Prior to moving to Michigan in 2017, Molly taught Music and 8th grade English Language Arts in New Orleans, Louisiana. In her second year with the Bright Futures program, Molly is excited to continue building lasting relationships with families and facilitating an environment that allows for student leadership and voice. Outside of program, Molly enjoys all aspects of physical fitness, choral music, and the New Orleans Saints!
The Bright Futures program at Stevenson Middle is a fun, safe, and engaging place for students in grades seven and eight. Following the Wayne-Westland Community Schools academic calendar, Bright Futures runs Monday-Thursday from 2:40-5:20 in room 326.
Stevenson's daily program is split into three parts: academic support, community building, and clubs. Our ultimate goals are to support academic achievement, increase social-emotional learning, and have students build positive, lasting relationships with peers and staff.