WWS PU Information List Flyer 2018 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Westfield Washington Schools is proud to host the first District-Wide Back-to-School Parent University Workshop on August…View More REGISTRATION OPEN- Register today for the District-Wide Back-to-School Parent University Workshop on August 1
Parents say summer reading helps their child during the school year mainly because it helps keep their kid’s brain active and that reading requires constant practice.…View More What is the Summer Slide?
Join us for free weekday lunches this summer at Monon Trail and North Glen Village for all children 18 and younger! Children do not have…View More Summer Food Rocks
JUST FOR FUN· KIDS· PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS· TRAVEL CHEAP • AUTHOR: ANNA NEWELL JONES I was at Target yesterday, and I noticed that they already have the Back to School stuff out! I…View More 23 WAYS TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR SUMMER
Shared by: Advanced Nutrition teacher Nikki Warholic Heflin Our WWS Advanced Nutrition students act as the dietician during our course, and we look in depth into reducing…View More Kids and Sugar
Welcome to WWS Parent University! The goal of Parent University is to help engage, educate and equip our students, staff, parents, and community. Parent University…View More Welcome To Parent University!
Westfield Washington Schools is proud to host the first District-Wide Back-to-School Parent University Workshop on August 1st. We know that parent engagement and awareness is key to…View More District-Wide Back-to-School Parent University Workshop on August 1st.
What is SEL? Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills…View More What is SEL?
Katie Hurley knows the routine. Every fall, as a new school year begins, so do the calls: parents seeking help for their stressed-out kids.…View More From Media Overload to Performance Anxiety, Today’s Kids are too Stressed. Story by Julie Saetre
5 Steps to Asking Good QuestionsView More There is no such thing as a bad question or is there?