What's Going On @ Westpark

Gabe Murfitt

Encouragement to live life to your greatest potential.
Everyone has a story. Everyone has challenges. Everyone faces adversity...But there is hope!

Art Contest

Kinder Apple Week!

Parent Link

In a continuing effort to enhance our parent communications we will be using Parent Link mass notification system. Parent Link will deliver recorded messages to your phone notifying you of unverified student absences as well as provide a means for your school to notify you by phone, email, or text on important events at the school.

This letter has been sent to the email and phone (text and voice). If you have not received this letter electronically and would like to, please contact the front office to update your information.
 

Kinder Grandparent's Day

Kinder celebrated Grandparents Day by inviting them in and having breakfast and fun activities!

2nd Grade Science!!

2nd grade has been learning about Forms of Matter and have been investigating with lots of hands-on learning experiments!


Youth for Youth

The Youth4Youth Program and Ultimate Leadership Training develops leadership and success skills in youth, empowering them to create solutions and make a difference in their school building, community and beyond. Character Education, leadership development and anti-bullying programming all in one. And the best part...it's student driven and designed to be self-sustaining!
Y4Y Builds & Promotes
•Respect
•Accountability
•Self-confidence
•Leadership
•Responsibility
•Character
•Healthy Lifestyle Choices
•Safe Schools

Fitness Wednesday

All WestPark students are now participating in "fitness Wednesday" in which they exercise with their grade level in a variety of different activities with all of their special area teachers.

Student Of The Month Breakfast

November 15th at 7:30am in Library

INSANITY Workout!!

We had a certified Insanity instructor come to WestPark and teach for our Fitness Wednesday!!

Red Ribbon Week

National Family Partnership, formerly the National Federation of Parents for Drug Free Youth, was established as a grassroots, nonprofit organization in 1980 by a handful of concerned and determined parents who were convinced they should begin to play a leadership role in drug prevention. Nancy Reagan was an Honorary Chair of NFP. Since its founding thirty years ago, NFP has devoted its efforts to the well-being of youth. Today, NFP is a national leader in drug prevention education & advocacy. Our mission is to lead and support our nation’s families and communities in nurturing the full potential of healthy, drug free youth.

Read Across America Wrap Up - Stuck on Reading/AEA

As the month of March came to a close, so did our Read Across America celebration.  However, we still had one fun surprise awaiting us on April 4...the Stuck on Reading assembly!  During this assembly, students who met or exceeded their reading goals throughout the month of March, were invited to "stick" Mr. Forgette to the wall with duct tape.  This was obviously loads of fun for everyone involved.  Here are some of the moments captured that day.  Enjoy!

We are also proud to share that we were featured in AEA's most recent newsletter edition!

AEA April Newsletter

Read Across America - March 2014

Read Across America is in full swing at WestPark!  Check out the attached documents for even more information!

 

What’s Goin’ On During MARCH

 

 

-All Month: Reading Logs, Students can earn duct tape to tape the principal to the wall…logs must be turned in by March 28.

-March 3

 

rd: Guest Readers, Your class will be invited by The Cat in the Hat when it is your turn to go to the library. You may wear your reading shirt and jeans on this day!

 

 

-March 17

 

th: GRINCH DAY, Wear GREEN, and jeans if you would like! 

 

 

 

-March 23-28

 

th: Spirit Week

 

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Mon 3/24:

Oh the Places You’ll Go: Career Day

Tues 3/25:

Dress Like your favorite Dr. Seuss character

Wed 3/26:

The Lorax: Moustache Day

Thurs 3/27:

Fox in Socks: Crazy Sock Day

Fri 3/28:

Cat in the Hat : Hat day and wear your reading t-shirt

*Please remember that the dress code still applies on all days!

-March 19-28

 

th: Book Fair

 

 

-March 21

 

st: Stuck on Reading Assembly, 1:30pm

 

 

-March 24

 

th: Curriculum Night 5:30-7:00 "marshmallow theme"

 

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March is Reading Month Calendar 2014.pdf

DrSeuss_ReadingLog.PDF

 

 

 

 

Sherrif And SWAT Presentation