WELCOME TO WESTMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL!
Mrs. Pergrina - Westmont School Principal
Today’s Learners . . . Tomorrow’s Leaders
WELCOME TO THE 2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR
New Kindergarten Registration Opens
2 Read Across America
4 Coffee with Cop Community Meeting @ 9:00 am
7 Saturday PTA Yard Sale
12 Spring Pictures
13 ALL Report Cards sent home
16 No School
18 Monthly Family Classroom Walk
20 Spring Performance
24 Live Principal Chat for 1st/2nd
27 Minimum Day, Trimester Award Assembly, Hawaiian Day
30 Spring Break 3/30 - 4/10
13 School Resumes
Message from the School Principal
The 2014/2015 school year is flying right by us since we have already reached the half way point of this academic school year! Our students and teachers have been working quite rigorously in order to master the Common Core State Standards in both math and language arts. We are very busy planning extracurricular activities including an upcoming a School-Wide Visual Arts Performance Spring Program based on student learning in Social Studies. In addition, we look forward to our School-Wide Read Across America Celebration on March 2nd. We continue to enjoy monthly school spirit days and more grade level Lunch on the Lawn with our students' families in order to strengthen a meaningful home-school connection. Westmont School is a wonderful place for students, staff, and parents to flourish both academically and socially.
READ WITH ME FLYERS
read with me - Spanish.doc
read with me - English.doc
CHAT WITH A COP
Chat with a Cop - Spanish.pdf
Chat with a Cop - English.pdf
Parent Program flyer Spanish 2-2-15.pdf
Parent Program flyer English 2-2-15.pdf
Enjoying Lunch on the Lawn
A Busy Week of Active Learning at Westmont!
The excitement began with a chemistry demonstration from UCI
for our sixth grade students.From explosions, to shrinking balloons
and colored fire, students were awed by how fun chemistry can be.
Next, our Kindergarten friends were off for hands-on learning opportunities at Centennial Farm. Students were able to pet
baby chicks, and witness firsthand the daily lives of pigs, cows
and animals aplenty. Farm life was new for many of our
The week ended with third grade’s visit to Mother Colony House.
There students learned about the life of our early settlers. It was a
full week of learning, and students loved it!!