Announcements



Free and reduced-price meals are still very important!

All School Sites, please put the following message out every week in your weekly communications and put it on your websites for the entire month. We will also do a District level messaging push as well. Even if we can move our percentages up 2% to pre-covid levels, it would help! 

All Secondary Level Message

Please Help Increase Our School Funding by Filling Out This Application!

Although school meals are now free to all students, the application for free and reduced-price meals is still very important.  School funding depends in part on the number of students at our school that qualify for free or reduced-price meals.  With all students now eating for free, fewer families are completing the application and our school is at risk of losing much-needed educational funds. Plus, students that qualify for free or reduced-price meals may also be missing out on discounts on bus transportation, home internet, SAT and AP tests, and college application fees!

Even if you did not qualify before but your income has changed, you may qualify. For example, children from a family of four are eligible if the total gross (pre-tax) household income is less than $4,279 per month, or less than $51,338 per year. Household income information is confidential and applying online is quick and easy.  Apply online at MySchoolApps.com, or pick up a paper application in the school office. 



College Course Request Process

College or university courses, including online college or university courses, may be taken for high school credit if prior permission is received. Click here for full details and instructions.


District Communications

Online registration for the 2022-2023 school year is ongoing. Please visit: New Student Enrollment for enrollment information. If you have questions, please  contact your school administrative assistant.



PARKING PERMITS

As stated, 2022-2023 school year will have student parking permits issued. All students must complete the Online Parking Permit Application Form, prior to receiving their parking permit and parking on campus. Students may not park on campus if the student has any outstanding fines or athletic equipment. 

ARE ISSUED BEFORE SCHOOL & DURING WOLVERINE TIME AT THE FRONT OFFICE RECEPTION DESK

The application can be found on our website under students then parking

Be sure to fill out the application online

CONTACT Ms. Hartman


Information for your graduates:

Information for your graduates: If you happen to receive any inquiries about photos, you can simply direct those individuals to our Customer Service Department at (800) 261-2576, online at www.gradimages.com, or email ecc.giservice@gradimages.net. We have a large team of customer care representatives ready to help graduates and family members with anything they may need.


Westview Friday Tradition

As is Westview tradition - we encourage all students, staff, and faculty to wear Westview spirit wear or all black every Friday. Westview gear can be purchased online in our webstore


Lost and Found Items

Lost and found items are located near the front gates. Valuable items such as phones, ID cards, wallets, etc. will be given to the front desk.

Reminder: Items left for students are the student's responsibility to pick up either at the front gate or the front desk.
We do not interrupt instructional time to deliver forgotten items or items left by parents. Items not picked up by 2:30 pm will go into the Lost and Found located at the front gate. We also do not deliver messages to students.

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