Westlake's Monthly Newsletter
As we wind down to the end of the school year, we reflect on all that has happened this year! Westlake has truly come so far by moving back into our home building and making it ours again! A normal routine has been established by students and staff, and we continue to bring back everything that we have offered before the flood and much more!
On Wednesday, June 21st, our last day of school, we will have our Graduation ceremony at 7:00 pm at Holy Spirit in Union. This will be a very special time, as we have 17 long time students graduating this year who have been a special part of our lives for a long time. We wish them nothing but the best and know that they all will go on to do amazing things!
All the best!
School Data Download
On Site Evacuation: June 2, 2023
Fire Drill: June 5, 2023
Westlake's May Spotlights!
Student of the Month
RE received the Student of the Month Award for his determination and efforts to persevere. He worked hard to complete all of his work, followed every direction give to him by his teacher continued success in academic excellence and growth in the areas of independence and self awareness. Congrats RE!
Would she survive a Zombie Apocalypse? No!
Last meal? Pierogis!
Any hobbies? Reading.
Her spirit animal? An Owl!
2023 Westlake BMW Trip
Retiree's - Mrs. Palmer 48 years, Mrs. Convery 40 years and Mrs. Robles 25 years
June at Westlake!
“What divides us pales in comparison to what unites us.” ~ Edward Kennedy
Westlake Out and About!
CA Nominated for Union County UCASE Award
Congratulations to CA and his family! CA was nominated by his teacher and the Westlake Administrators to receive this years UCASE award for his outstanding leadership, being a peer mentor and his work in the community during work based learning. Cody will be a Westlake graduate this year and we wish him all the best in the future!
WC Nominated as the Union County Unsung Hero at Westlake School
WC was nominated by his teachers as the Unsung Hero for the Union County Recognition Ceremony! He was very honored and appreciative to receive the award alongside Mrs. Palmer, classroom teacher, Mrs. Tantillo, Principal and his family who were all there to support him!