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2014 - 2015 REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION TIME: 8:30am -- 11:30am

  • GRADE 12 -- August 11

  • GRADE 10 -- August 12

  • GRADE 09 -- August 13

  • GRADE 11 -- August 14

Click here for all your REGISTRATION Information. 

SUMMER SCHOOL IS BEING HELD AT PHS

Time: 8:00am-12:15.  Session 1: June 17th thru July 9th. (No School July 4th). Session 2: July 10th thru July 31st. Click here for more information.

GRADUATION STOLES

Attention Graduates!  If you did not receive an embroidered stole at graduation please email Shannon Parker at shparker@powayusd.com by Friday, June 20th.

GRADUATION PROGRAMS

Attention Graduates and Parents!  If you did not receive a Graduation Program or you would like to send one to a relative, we have more available for you in the school's front office.  Office hours are 8:00-11:00am Mon - Thurs and closed on Fridays.   

LIVE STREAM OF GRADUATION

Click here to watch Westview's first live stream of the 2014 Graduation Ceremony.(expires 8-1-14)   

SUMMER WORK PERMITS

Work permits are required for students under the age of 18 who have not graduated.  They will be issued through Poway Adult School beginning Friday, June 13th through Tuesday, August 19th.  Click here for their hours, directions and requirements.

 2014 SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS!

AP BIOLOGY ASSIGNMENT

#1-2014 AP BIO Chapter 1 Reading Guide. #2-2014 AP BIO Chapter 2 Reading Guide. #3-2014 AP BIO Chapter 3 Reading Guide. #4-2014 AP BIO Practice Questions Chap 1-3. #5-2014 AP BIO Summer Assignment.

HONORS HUMANITIES ASSIGNMENT

Click here for Honors Humanities Assignment.

AP ENLISH LITERATURE ASSIGNMENT

Click here for AP English Literature Assignment.

AP US HISTORY ASSIGNMENT

Click here for AP US History/Honors American Literature Assignment(APUSH).

HAL (NOT LINKED TO APUSH) ASSIGNMENT

Click here for Honors American Literature Assignment (HAL).

AP PSYCHOLOGY ASSIGNMENT

Reading Pages 1-25.  Students should take notes and be prepared for an open-note quiz on the prologue when school starts.  An exam covering the prologue and Chapter 1 will be administered at the end of the first week of school.  This assignment should not be completed until after registration, but before school starts.

AP EUROPEAN HISTORY ASSIGNMENT

Click here for the APEH Summer Reading 2014.

APEL SUMMER ASSIGNMENT

Click on each assignment.  APEL Summer Assignment, Modes Descriptors, The Boys at the Back, Guys vs Men, No Name Woman, The End of Men, I Want A Wife, Rhetorical Terms List, There is No Unmarked Woman, Woman's Brains.

START SMART PROGRAM.

The June 18th class is full.  Currently there are no classes scheduled.  Classes will be put on website when they become available. Check the website periodically for classes. 

newsletter paperboyTHE VIEW - - MAY 2014!

The PTSA May Newsletter is here!  Take a look at the latest issue of the View that contains important announcements and great pictures.  Click here to view the "VIEW".

NEW STUDENT PARKING PERMIT PROCEDURE STARTING 2014-2015.

Students who want to receive a Campus Parking Permit must participate in the Start Smart Safe Driving Program. Click here for more information.

WATCH THIS VIDEO TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE START SMART SAFE DRIVING PROGRAM

WESTVIEW SUMMER SWIM LESSONS!

Don't forget to sign up for Swim lessons. Walk-in signups hours are from: 3:30pm-7:00pm, Monday-Thursday. Click here for swim lessons schedule.

TUTORING IS AVAILABLE!

Click here for Tutoring Options.

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 CHARACTER COUNTS QUOTE "Every person that you meet knows something that you don't; learn from them." (H. Jackson Brown Jr)

SUMMER OFFICE HOURS

8:00AM -- 11:00AM

Monday -- Thursday

CLOSED ON FRIDAYS

WESTVIEW will be CLOSED on July 4th & July 7th

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SENIOR INFORMATION

  

 
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Collective Commitments

Respect each other • Respect yourself

Respect the learning • Respect this place

More about WestviewWASC Report

Westview is a thriving learning community to which all members feel connected. At Westview, high academic and personal standards are established, accessed and achieved by all members through collaboration, meaningful activities, and ongoing, comprehensive evaluation. The culture of Westview is one of respectful communication and interdependence while still celebrating the uniqueness of each individual.

 

The Wolverine Way

 

Westview graduates will be:

Critical Thinkers Who:

  • Successfully, acquire, analyze, organize & apply information.
  • Develop & express creative ideas & solutions
  • Examine moral, ethical, & cultural issues from multiple perspectives.
  • Integrate & synthesize information across disciplines.
  • Demonstrate growth in higher-level thinking skills.

Accomplished Lifelong Learners Who:

  • Commit to high academic & personal standards.
  • Understand the importance of new experiences & continual education.
  • Work well collaboratively in culturally & organizationally diverse settings.

Responsible Citizens Who:

  • Understand & appreciate their roles & responsibilities in a global society.
  • Acknowledge & are accountable for their actions & choices.
  • Demonstrate respect, trustworthiness, responsibility, fairness, caring & citizenship.
  • Recognize the impact of human activities on the environment, & their role in its protection.
  • Understand the choices necessary to develop a healthy lifestyle.

Effective Communicators Who:

  • Listen & communicate well in written, verbal & nonverbal modes.
  • Understand & use technology in communication.
  • Show respect for diverse perspectives.
  • Research, create, & evaluate in written, verbal & nonverbal modes.
  • Use communication skills to resolve conflicts through positive alternatives.

Page Updated: June 27, 2014
Banner Photo courtesy of Lian Guo - Class of 2010