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:
Westside High School will host its 3rd Annual AVID Week from April 23-April 27. The following events will be taking place:
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 recieve 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.
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: https://goo.gl/p6VwpX.
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!
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.
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.