Would you like some tips to help your student(s) strengthen their reading skills and grow their reading stamina for the 2018-2019 school year? Carrie Alday, WWS…View More How to Help Your Child Become a Better Reader
There are no silly questions when it comes to the technology your kid will be learning on. CLICK HERE for the link to the complete…View More What to Ask When Your Kid Brings Home a School-Issued Laptop
World Suicide and Prevention Day is September 10, 2018. A prevention day provides an opportunity for parents, student, and schools to talk about Mental Health…View More WORLD SUICIDE AND PREVENTION DAY IS SEPTEMBER 10, 2018
Have you felt invisible? How can we work together to make sure the story about the new family feeling invisible is just a story? …View More Am I Invisible?
Dear Parent, Westfield Washington Schools and Hamilton County Juvenile Services have teamed up to offer the Parent Project® to parents beginning on September 18, 2018. If…View More
WWS 2018-2019 Student Cafe A conversation can make a difference. You make a difference! Last year, we kicked off Student Cafe at WIS, and the connection…View More Student Cafe – Parent Volunteers Needed – Connecting is Key!
You are sitting in the office; it’s a busy week at work. There’s an important meeting you’ve to prepare for, a social media campaign that…View More Practicing Self-Care Is Important: 10 Easy Habits To Get You Started
Homecoming is Friday, September 28th. Are you ready? Here is what you need to know about the Homecoming Parade and Game plus a link to the…View More Westfield – HOMECOMING
Whether it be college or a trade school encouraging our students to plan for their future is critical. College may be ideal for many of…View More 4 million students are in High School in the U.S. planning for their tomorrow.
This article reminds us of how hard it is to let our children learn from their actions. Failure is a hard moment for parents and…View More Lawnmower Parents Are the New Helicopter Parents & We Are Not Here for It