Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

Stream Tables

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May Technology & Innovation

In 3rd grade, students worked together in teams to escape Winter through a Spring digital breakout expanding on their Poetry unit. Students worked together to solve various puzzles related to poetry, which focused on communication, collaboration, and critical thinking skills.

Our 4th grade Westies were Geologists and studied landforms through models with Mrs. Fox and their classroom teacher. Through a stream table investigation, our students looked at how weathered rock pieces move from one place to another. They created three different models (standard-run, flood-run, and slope) to test, observe, compare, and learn how weathering, erosion, and deposition affect our environment. Check out our 4th grade Westies in action!

Lost & Found

West School’s Lost & Found is located in the front hallway of the building. If your child is missing items, please stop by the Lost & Found. All labeled items will be returned to students. On the last day of school, all remaining items will be donated.

Westie with Heart

4th Grade Clap Out

We are sending our 4th Grade Westies out in style. Please join us Wednesday, June 8th at 3:10 pm in front of West School. We will clap for our 4th grade and then enjoy an ice cream treat, from the PTO, on the playground. Click HERE for more information.

Smart Watches

Smart Watches are becoming distracting in the classroom for our Westies. If your child wears one to school, we will be asking them to take it off and leave it in their backpack for the day. Thank you for your cooperation.

West for the WIN

West for the WIN!

This year West School launched WIN Time. WIN stands for “What I Need”, and it is a designated time for just that! Every student is engaged in 30 minutes per day of WIN Time. On Thursday and Friday, students move around the building and engage in different class options with West school staff members. The options for Q4 include Zen Westies (Yoga), Sign Language, Art History, Nature Walks, and more. The halls are buzzing with excitement as students prepare for their WIN Time groups. We invite you to partner with us by asking your child questions about their new Thursday & Friday WIN Time group.

School Attendance

West Absence Reporting

If your child will be absent from school, please report the absence with this FORM before 9:15 AM. You will be asked to share the date and reason for the absence. This information will be shared directly with Nurse Balling for attendance and follow-up purposes. In addition to this email, the online form can be found on the front of our West School website and under the Parent Resources tab.

Crossing Guard

Car Line Reminders

Please see the important information below with reminders about our car line.
Please enter the car line from Forestway Drive by turning west on Apple Tree Lane and then north (right) on Cherry Tree, and then east (right) onto Willow Tree Lane.
Students exit and enter your vehicle from the driver’s side of the car, closest to the curb.
Please be mindful of our neighbors living along the car line on Apple Tree Lane and Cherry Tree Lane. Avoid blocking driveways along the car line route as you wait for the line to move forward.
Be mindful of children crossing at the intersections as they walk/bike to school in the morning, or home in the afternoon      
Please follow the instructions of the car line staff. Follow the car in front of you and pull all the way up to the front of the carline
Stopping short slows down the entire car line process.
Above all, please remain patient when waiting to pick up children. Safety is first.

Welcome to West

It is my pleasure to officially welcome you and your family to West School! I am honored to work with our staff, students, and families to support our growing learners. I look forward to partnering with you in the education of your child.
Sincerely,
Mrs. Erica Zuhr