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Want to check your student’s attendance or grade history?

Need to email their teacher? 

Want to know what they have each period?

Click on  “My Plan”  above.   You can do things such as:

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 Have access to and print grade history

 View student's   courses by period

 Click on teacher's name to send e-mail

 View school information

 

 

 

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IMPORTANT DATES TO CIRCLE ON YOUR CALENDAR.

Monday, September 1st

No School—Labor Day Holiday

Wednesday, September 3rd

Last day to add/drop classes for Qtr 1

Tuesday, September 9th @ 6:00pm

Back to School Night-Classroom visits

Monday, September 22

Professional Growth Day(Non Student Day)

THEATREWESTVIEW THEATRE PRESENTS "BOUND FOR BROADWAY". 

The first show of the year will be Friday, August 29th at 7pm. 

SMART START CLASS IN AUGUST!

The Smart Start Driving Program will be holding a class on August 28th in the Westview Theatre.  Click here to register. Check-In time is 5:45pm.  Presentation time is 6:30-8:00pm.

FOOD AND NUTRITION IMPORTANT UPDATE.

SchoolPaymentSolutions.com has moved to MySchoolBucks.com.  Meal payments are no longer accepted at SchoolPaymentSolutions.com.  We have a new name and a new look, but we're as committed as ever to providing you with an easy, convenient way to make school payments.

newsletter paperboyTHE VIEW - - JULY 2014!

The PTSA July Newsletter is full of pictures and articles celebrating the end of year events and awards.  Click here to view the "VIEW".

 2014 SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS!

Click on "2014 Summer Assignments" for all of your assignment information.

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

TUTORING IS AVAILABLE!

Click here for Tutoring Options.

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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: August 28, 2014
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