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  • Senior Information

    Seniors and their families should be aware of the upcoming events:

    • Thursday, May 17 - Senior meeting at 9:45 in the Commons; Senior Awards Night (see below)
    • Friday, May 18 - 3rd and 4th block exams (seniors only) Seniors with late arrival will need to turn in Chromebooks by the end of the day. 
    • Sunday, May 20 - Baccalaureate at 4:00 p.m. at Covenant Baptist Church
    • Monday, May 21 - 1st and 2nd block exams (seniors only); dismissal at 11:45 a.m. Seniors with early dismissal will need to turn in Chromebooks before leaving at 11:45am.
    • Tuesday, May 22 - Senior make-up exams
    • Wednesday, May 23 - Graduation practice at 8:30 in the gymnasium; Yearbook and cookout celebration
    • Thursday, May 24 - Graduation practice at 8:30 in the gymnasium
    • Friday, May 25 - Graduation practice from 10:00-2:00 Students will be bused to and from Littlejohn
    • Saturday, May 26 - Graduation at 4:00 at Littlejohn. Students will need to arrive by 2:45pm. 
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  • Awards Day 

    Students in grades 9-11 will be recognized by their teachers during our second annual Awards Day held in the Commons at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, May 22.  Students who are being recognized will receive invitations for family members to attend the event.  

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  • No School - Memorial Day

    WHS will be closed Monday, May 28 for Memorial Day.  Classes will resume on Tuesday, May 29.    

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  • EOC Testing

    In accordance with state and local policies, state EOC exams will account for 20% of a student's overall grade in the course.  Failure to take the exam will result in a grade of zero in that grading category.  Students are not able to exempt state EOC exams.  While most testing sessions will take place in the morning, we will have several afternoon testing sessions.  Students will be assigned specific testing sessions to attend.  Those testing times and locations will be posted throughout the school and will be communicated via email to the classroom teachers.  The only students eligible to receive testing accommodations are those with a 504, IEP, or an ESOL plan.  Parents, please refrain from scheduling appointments or other out-of-school activities on the date(s) your child will be testing.  Also, please be sure to have your child at school on time.  Electronic devices will be collected prior to testing and will be returned to the students after the testing session is complete.  See the schedule below for the administration of state EOC exams.  

    • May 2 - English I TDA
    • May 29 - English I
    • May 30 - Biology I
    • May 31 - Algebra I
    • June 1 - USHC
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  • Grading Deadline

    In order for students in grades 9-11 to receive credit for missing work (including both major and minor assignments), students must complete and turn in those assignments by Friday, May 25.  All major assessments must be completed in order to receive credit for a course.  Any assignment that has not been completed by May 25 will receive a failing grade.   

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  • Last Week of School 

    Students in grades 9-11 will follow the schedule listed below for the last week of school:

    • Monday, June 4 - Regular day; dismissal at 3:40
    • Tuesday, June 5 - Students will take exams during 3rd and 4th block classes; dismissal at 3:40
    • Wednesday, June 6 - Students will take exams during 1st and 2nd block classes; dismissal at 11:45
    • Thursday, June 7 - Exam make-up day; dismissal at 11:45
    • Friday, June 8 - Inclement weather make-up day; dismissal at 11:45  
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  • Exam Schedule

    Students in grades 9-11 will follow the exam schedule listed below:

    • Tuesday, June 5 - Students will take exams during 3rd and 4th block classes
    • Wednesday, June 6 - Students will take exams during 1st and 2nd block classes; dismissal at 11:45  
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  • Teacher of the Year and Employees of the Year

    Congratulations to the following members of the Westside family for being recognized by their peers for the outstanding work they do at Westide High School: 

    • Destinee Johnson - Teacher of the Year
    • Melissa Looney - Instructional Support Staff
    • Mary Foggie - Non-Instructional Support Staff
    • Beth Metz - Custodian
    • Sherry Dooley - Food Service 
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  • Schoolwide Grading Policy

    WHS has a schoolwide grading policy that brings consistency to course weightings, retakes, late work, and exam exemptions.  The policy can be found under the "Academics" tab on our website.  

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  • Need Help with an Assignment?

    Westside's Students Helping Students peer tutoring campaign will begin the week of February 12.  Sessions will be held in the media center every Tuesday and Thursday during Academic Intervention.  Click on the following link to sign up:

    Peer Tutoring




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  • Westside Story - Morning News

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  • Edmonds Award

    Distinguished Teacher of Reading

    Ms. Taylor Edmonds, English I teacher at Westside High School, was recently recognized by the Foothills Council of the SCIRA as this year's "Distinguished Teacher of Reading."  Congratulations, Ms. Edmonds!   



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  • Crystal Star Award

    Crystal Star Award of Excellence

    Westside High School was honored to receive the Crystal Star Award of Excellence by the National Dropout Prevention Center at the 2017 NDPC National Conference in Palm Springs, CA.  This award is a tribute to the hard work of our students and faculty in the area of dropout prevention.   



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  • Check Presentation


    Westside Thanks the Class of '77

    Westside High School and principal Kory Roberts would like to thank the class of ’77 for donating a check to the school for $1,700. This money will be spent on the students of Westside in order to continue academic advancements. Thank you, class of '77, for your generosity and support.




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