September 16-20, 2019
Homecoming Spirit Week
This Week's Schedule - IT'S SPIRIT WEEK!
Monday, September 16 – A Day – Wild Westview dress
Picture make-up day – Library 7 am - 2 pm
Homecoming ticket sales during both lunches
Tuesday, September 17 – B Day –Neon Day
JR parking permits sold during both lunches
HC guest Applications due to main office 3 pm
No HC ticket sales today
B Soccer vs. Liberty 7 pm
Wednesday, September 18 - A Day – College Day
Homecoming ticket sales during both lunches-Approved Guest Ticket sales begin
Permit parking begins for students
Power Tuff Game 6:30 pm
G Soccer vs. Newberg 7 pm
Thursday, September 19 - B Day – Tik Tok
HC Guest Tickets on sale during lunches
Volleyball vs. Mountainside
Friday, September 20 - A Day – Spirit Day
Homecoming ticket sales during both lunches
Cross Country @ Meriwether
Homecoming Football game vs. Jesuit 7 pm
Saturday, Sept 21, 2019
Homecoming Dance in Student Center 7:00 – 10:00 pm
October 1 – FAFSA/ORSAA Scholarship Night 6:30-8:00 pm
October 3 – Back to School Night 6:30 pm
October 9 – Mandatory Senior Class Meeting during community 10:35 pm
October 10 – Pink Day at Westview
October 11 – Staff Development – No Students
October 15 & 16 – Jostens taking senior orders during lunches
October 17 & 18 – Club Rush during 7th & 8th periods
October 17-19 – Westview Theater presents Junie B Jones Is Not A Crook
Photos From the Week
Picture Make-Up day is this Monday, September 16, 7 am - 2:00pm in the Library
National Merit Semifinalists
Homecoming Dance Information
Dance starts at 7:00pm
No student admitted after 8:30pm
Dance ends at 10:00pm
- Please make plans to pick your student up at 10pm
Sales will continue this week. Tickets sell fast and have sold out in the past. Monday is the last day in which tickets will be sold to only Westview students.
Guest Applications are available now in the Main Office and must be approved by 3pm on Tuesday, September 17th. Tickets for approved guests will begin to be sold Wednesday, September 18th.
Vaping - Please talk with your student
Student Success Act
Speak Up 4 Student Success: HB 3427 - Student Success Act
The Oregon Legislature passed and the Governor signed the $2 billion Student Success Act (HB 3427) in Spring 2019. This is an historic and much needed investment in K-12 schools. The Beaverton School District could be able to access an estimated $34 million per year through a state application process.
School districts are required to apply for funds, and must engage their community in a needs assessment process prior to the application for funds. We will host a series of Community Conversations - Speak Up 4 Student Success in several locations throughout the BSD. Schools will also be engaging their communities in these conversations during September and October.
Please join us to talk about what student success looks like in the Beaverton School District? What is going well in Beaverton schools? What areas/services/programs could we improve?
Your voice matters! We welcome your perspective and opinion.
Speak Up 4 Student Success Community Conversations offered in English & Spanish:
· Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at Southridge High School, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
· Thursday, September 26, 2019 at Cedar Park Middle School, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
· Monday, October 7, 2019 at Stoller Middle School, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
· Monday, October 21, 2019 at Aloha High School, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. (Budget Listening & Learning Session)
For more information, and to complete a BSD Needs Survey, please visit the Student Success Act webpage.
De su Opinión sobre el Éxito Estudiantil: HB 3427 - Ley de Éxito Estudiantil
La Legislatura de Oregon aprobó y el Gobernador firmó la Ley de Éxito Estudiantil de $ 2 billones (HB 3427) en la primavera de 2019. Esta es una inversión histórica y muy necesaria en las escuelas K-12. El Distrito Escolar de Beaverton podría acceder a un estimado de $ 34 millones por año a través de un proceso de solicitud estatal.
Se requiere que los distritos escolares soliciten fondos y deben incluir a su comunidad en un proceso de evaluación de necesidades antes de la solicitud de fondos. Organizaremos una serie de conversaciones comunitarias para qué de su opinión sobre el Éxito Estudiantil, en varios lugares del BSD. Las escuelas también incluirán a sus comunidades en estas conversaciones durante septiembre y octubre.
Por favor, vengan para hablar sobre el éxito estudiantil en el Distrito Escolar de Beaverton. ¿Qué está funcionando bien en las escuelas de Beaverton? ¿Qué áreas, servicios y programas podríamos mejorar?
¡Su voz es importante! Agradecemos su perspectiva y opinión.
Las conversaciones comunitarias para que de su opinión sobre el éxito estudiantil serán en inglés y español:
· Martes, 24 de septiembre de 2019 en Southridge High School, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
· Jueves, 26 de septiembre de 2019 en Cedar Park Middle School, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
· Lunes, 7 de octubre de 2019 en Stoller Middle School, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
· Lunes, 21 de octubre de 2019 en Aloha High School, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. (Sesión Informativa del Presupuesto)
Para obtener más información y para completar una encuesta de necesidades de BSD, visite la página web Student Success Act
Senior students have first priority for parking spaces. There are only 396 parking spots available. With that in mind, for the upcoming school year, the following procedures will be in place for the assignment of parking spaces:
- Parking in the student parking lot for the first 2 weeks or so will not be assigned and will be first come, first park.
- Starting on Wednesday, September 4, any Senior who would like to have a parking pass must fill out the following form and turn it in to Mr. Westhora in the front office or during both lunches. The form must be submitted by Friday, September 6 before school is over. Only Seniors with a valid driver's license and information about the make/model/license number for any car they might drive to school can apply for a parking pass.
- Starting on Tuesday, September 10, all Seniors who submitted their parking application form will then be allowed to purchase their parking pass and will be assigned a parking spot during both lunches. The cost of a parking permit for this school year will be $20, which is in line with other high schools in the area. All parking permits will be attached to a specific numbered parking space.
- Starting on Thursday, September 12, depending on how many Seniors get an assigned parking spot, Juniors may submit a parking agreement form for a possible chance to get a spot as well. Juniors have until Friday, September 13 at the end of the school day to submit the form to Mr. Westhora in the main office or during both lunches. If there are not enough spots for all Juniors who apply, there will be a lottery selection process.
- Starting on Tuesday, September 17, all Juniors who submitted their parking application or were selected from a lottery process will then be allowed to purchase their parking pass and will be assigned a parking spot during both lunches.
- The start of enforcing assigned parking spaces will occur on Wednesday, September 18 after parking spaces have been assigned to Seniors and Juniors. Until that date, student parking will be on a first-come first-served basis, in areas that are specifically designated for student parking.
- Sophomores are not eligible for a parking space.
- Starting on September 18, a waiting list will begin for valid drivers who wish to have a spot in the near future.
Parking permits and spaces may be revoked by Westview at any time, for reasons including but not limited to: poor attendance, violation of student conduct policies, and others.
Parking and Traffic Flow
We want to make you aware of our current parking situation at Westview High School. Most neighborhoods surrounding Westview now have restricted parking on their streets. They have signs posted on their streets that say "No Parking Except By Permit." Please do not park in their neighborhoods to avoid ticket fees and/or potential towing.
Traffic flow before and after school can be chaotic. We would like to minimize the chaos as much as possible by establishing clear routes for drop-off and pick-up locations. We greatly appreciate your patience and understanding. The true secret to arriving to school on-time and with less traffic is arriving early.
The traffic route on the North-side is for drop-offs, and the other traffic route is on the South-side for student drivers. On the South-side, remember that students are parking and then walking to the building. We do not want any drop-offs happening here. Please do not drop off students on the South side. All Drop-offs should only happen on the North Side. Please follow the route on the map.
Parents and Students, please be kind, respectful, and follow all traffic and parking rules when driving and parking on school grounds.
For those who are wanting to purchase a parking permit, more information coming soon.
Yearbook and Senior Portrait Information
Daily Class/Bell Schedule
Important Phone Numbers and Support Information
Attendance Phone: 503-356-3022
Main Office Phone: 503-356-3020
Counselor Alpha List:
Mr. Baker (A-Caq) firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Budhi (Car-Fo) email@example.com
Mr. Shaw (Fr-Ji) firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Rosser (Jk-Mb) email@example.com
Dr. Wright (Mc-Pg). firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Stremme (Ph-Sr) email@example.com
Ms. Pearson (Ss-Z) firstname.lastname@example.org
Admin Alpha List:
Mrs. Myers (A-Ji) email@example.com
Mrs. Fitzpatrick (Jo-Pg) firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Westhora (Ph-Z) email@example.com
New this week on our WHS Technology for Parents and Students Site http://bit.ly/whsfuture:
Sprint 1Milion Project
In 2017, the Beaverton School District was awarded 2,000 hotspots from the Sprint 1Million Project Foundation. The devices provide free wireless service for up to 4 years to eligible high school students in grades 9-12 who do not have adequate internet access at home.
To help solve this problem, a team from the Beaverton School District researched opportunities and wrote a grant for the Sprint 1Million Project.
These devices will provide free wireless service for up to 4 years to eligible high school students in grades 9-12 who do not have adequate internet access at home. If your student needs a device, please have them contact either Ms. Schulz in room S216 or Mrs. Dean in the library. To download a consent form, click this link: http://bit.ly/sprintconsent20
We have updated the process by which the Canvas observer role is created for parents and guardians. All active ParentVUE account users now have a Canvas observer role. Moving forward, any parent or guardian who activates their ParentVUE account will automatically have an associated Canvas account created. Instructions for our parents and guardians are at the link below. http://bit.ly/bsdcanvasparent20
At the beginning of each school year, all students in grades 6-12 will receive a Chromebook, and should pay the $20 to be enrolled in the District's Chromebook Damage/Loss Protection Program. The $20 is per school year per Chromebook. If your student is bringing their own device, please have them complete the form located in the library.
The Chromebook this year also comes with a STYLUS that is SUPER NIFTY. It can be stored inside the Chromebook when not in use. The first stylus comes free with the Chromebook, but if your student loses the stylus, it is $15 to replace it which is not covered by insurance. If they have not received their stylus yet, have them come to the library to check one out. (More to come on how students can use their stylus in all of their classes.)
New options this year:
Our devices now have access to a curated GooglePlay store, where students can download and access educationally awesome apps including the Microsoft Office Suite, Sketchpad, and even GoogleDrive. At the beginning of the year, organization is paramount. To help your student structure their online binder, here are two helpful handouts:
From the College Career Center:
Parents and Community Members: Volunteers play a vital role in the number of ways we can support students at WHS and they add great value and depth to our community.
Please attend an information session highlighting our college and career mentoring program, ASPIRE, Thursday, Sept. 26th 10:00-10: 45 am in the College and Career Center (CCC). Find out how this program helps students form their post-high school plan, how to explore career and educational options, choose the best fit, apply, and pay for their educational choice.
Learn about the program and your role, the training, the resources, the time commitment, and best of all, meet the other terrific people involved in this inspiring program.
For questions or more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
ASPIRE for students: Registration for seniors open now.
What Happens After High School? College, career, military, technical training, gap year, there is so much to think about. Aspire provides a volunteer mentor to help students with college and career options, scholarships and financial aid, admissions application help, essay writing, college research, and more. Sign up immediately to get an extra hand navigating all there is to do to have your post-high school plan ready.
Sign up in the College Career Center or email email@example.com
Rice, The University of Chicago, Cornell University, Brown, and Columbia are providing a free information session to the public Mon. Sept. 16th, @ 7:00pm at the Crowne Plaza Portland Convention Center, 1441 NE 2nd Ave. Register: exploringeducationalexcellence.org
NACAC Performing & Visual Arts College Fair Mon. Sept. 16th 6-8:30pm at the Portland Art Museum, Mark Building. Register: gotomypvafair.com
Lewis and Clark Compass Scholars Weekend. All expenses paid for selected seniors to experience campus life as a L&C student. Meet faculty, sit in on a class, explore campus and Portland Nov. 3rd to 5th. Lodging and meals covered. Apply online by 11:59pm Sept. 16th, 2019. Preference given to underrepresented students. https://college.lclark.edu/offices/admissions/compass/fall/
NACAC College Fair Sun. Oct. 27th 1-5pm and Mon. Oct. 28th 9am-12 at the Oregon Convention Center. Register: gotomyncf.com
BSD College Information Nights, Senior Night Wed. Sept. 18th 6-8pm Sunset High School or Thursday, Sept. 19th, 6-8pm Beaverton High School. Program is the same at each school. Find out about the college search and application process & timeline, how to apply to a 4 yr school,
2 yr school, and an arts school plus much more. Launch your fall with the information you need for college search and application!
Portland-area High School Financial Aid Seminar presented by the Office of Financial Aid Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, 10am-12 University of Portland Campus – Buckley Center Auditorium RSVP online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/portland-area-high-school-financial-aid-seminar-tickets-69151856063
This is for seniors and their families interested in ANY college. A comprehensive financial aid presentation will be provided on the overall financial aid process including the 2020-2021 FAFSA and the federal and state financial aid options that come from filing a FAFSA or ORSAA. Tips and tricks to applying for private scholarships and answers to all questions along the way.
Act Six: Oregon’s only full-tuition, full-need community leadership award. Act. Six will select approximately 25 of the Portland-Salem region’s most promising urban leaders for scholarships to three local partner colleges. Get started on the application today! Due Nov. 5th. https://www.actsix.org/nw/portland/
PSAT Oct. 19th at WHS test is 3 hours 30 minutes, Registration for Juniors Only. Sept. 16th-27th. Location: WHS Business Office. Cash or Check only $35.00, before or after school, or during lunch. Space is limited. Open registration Oct. 1st-8th.
College Visits Next Week:
Over 100 College Rep Visits are underway. This is an excused absence for, for all grades, from class. Often these people are the first readers of admissions applications. Students see the list of reps visiting on their Canvas class page or in the College Career Center where they receive a hall pass. Colleges visiting next week are: The New School, New York City; Air Force ROTC Scholarship; Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR; Tufts University, Medford & Somerville, MA; Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA; The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA; University of San Francisco, SF, CA; Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA; Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey; Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA; Macalester College, St. Paul, MN; Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA; Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri; Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio; Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA; Northwest Christian University, Eugene, OR.
Performing Arts Department
This fabulous season pass is good for one ticket at each of our scheduled productions this year. Reserved seating tickets for the musical will be available to you prior to the general public. Join the Westview High School Performing Arts Department for this wonderful season of shows:
Junie B. Jones Is Not A Crook
The Beaux’ Stratagem
Give My Regards To Broadway
Annual One-Act Play Festival
AVID Volunteer Tutors Needed for the 2019-2020 School Year
AVID Volunteers are needed in all secondary schools (middle schools, options schools and high schools).
AVID=Advancement Via Individual Determination
The Beaverton AVID Program teaches students the skills and behaviors necessary for academic success in high school, college and beyond.
- AVID volunteers (we call them 'tutors') work with small groups of students under the supervision of a teacher.
- Volunteers are trained to use specific strategies that help develop students’ critical thinking, literacy, and math skills.
- Volunteers are needed mainly on Tuesdays & Thursdays, and times vary depending on the school and volunteer's availability.
- Training and ongoing support provided.
- Community or Parent Volunteer Application and Background Check required.
For more information contact: BSD-AVID-Tutor@beaverton.k12.or.us
We are a community that inspires students to believe in themselves and successfully
advocate for their future goals.