Shamrock Blast

October 11, 2021

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Outdoor Movie Night

Oak Trace Elementary School hosted families for an outdoor screening of the movie Scoob.

Kindergarten Celebration of Reading

Celebration of Reading at Maple Glen Elementary School
Kindergartners at Maple Glen Elementary School celebrated learning how to read by parading through the school and being celebrated by their schoolmates! Each kindergartner displayed their favorite book and marched through the hallways of the school while the other grades applauded, cheered and congratulated the young Rocks on learning how to read.

Westfield Apparel

Contrary to last weekend's weather, it will be getting colder soon. Make sure you're prepared with this new Rocks pom-pom beanie from the Rock Shop!


The Rock Shop is a student-run, student-operated shop with student-designed items. So, in addition to getting the latest apparel, you're also helping students get real entrepreneurship experience before they even graduate!

Shamrocks in the News

Caleb King, WHS senior and kicker on the football team, is using his talent and platform to raise awareness and money for childhood cancer research. News outlets from Alabama, Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland, Illinois, Georgia , Michigan, South Carolina, Louisiana, Utah, Pennsylvania and even Washington D.C. have taken notice.


Check out the story below to find out how every point he scores is one step toward kicking cancer!

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WMS Girls Cross Country 1st in Conference!

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Congratulations to the Westfield Middle School girls cross country team for finishing first in the HCC and second in the state!

WMS Sports This Week

To find out who and where our 7th and 8th grade Shamrock sports teams are playing this week, click the button below and select the team you want to watch!

WHS Sports this week

Click the button below to find out who and where all of our high school sports teams are playing this week.

Makerspaces are back at elementary schools!

Makerspace activities give the students a chance to explore interests through hands-on creative projects. Due to COVID, our students couldn't do this last year. So, they are so happy to have this time again!

Passport to the Globe

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We are excited to announce the third annual Passport to the Globe at WHS! This is a joint collaboration presented by our Steel Pan, Culinary Arts, and World Language students and staff. This event is being held to recognize and celebrate the many cultures within our Westfield community, and will be your "passport" to an evening of international cuisine, culture, music, and art!


Performing Arts

Students from four different steel pan classes will be performing a concert with a variety of music from around the globe in the auditorium. Special guest Steve Lawrie, originally from South Africa, who built his career in steel pan building, tuning, performing, and arranging music, will be joining the concert.


Culinary Arts (Family and Consumer Sciences)- Advanced Global Nutrition and Cuisine Class

Following the concert, we will have a Cultural Cuisine Food Stations set-up, presented by our Advanced Global Nutrition and Culinary students and the Foodies Rock Program. Each team chose a country to research, and from there developed a recipe. The teams will be preparing their recipe for guests to sample. They are also decorating the tables with artifacts that represent aspects of the culture of the country they chose to study and will have some interesting facts to share. Be sure to come hungry for good food and knowledge!


WHS Clubs and World Language

Also following the concert, student lead clubs and organizations, as well as the World Language Department, will be representing different cultures around the world. Come enjoy learning a new language, a cultural dance, and about the many cultures within our school and community!

Pictures from last year's Passport to the Globe

High School Theatre presentation

Apply for Financial Assistance

Even though school lunches are free to all students, to receive financial assistance for curricular materials (Chromebooks, textbooks, workbooks, classroom novels, online resources, and supplies like science lab chemicals, and art supplies) families still need to apply to the free and reduced program.


The application must be completed online. If you need access to a computer or assistance filling it out, please contact Gladys Salas at Central Office at 317-867-8002.

If you do not qualify for the free and reduced program, there are payment plans designed to help parents pay their student(s) fees in smaller amounts.

What to Do if You Suspect a Disability

If you suspect your child may have a disability or have concerns related to your child’s IEP, please contact your child’s teacher, school principal or call the student services/special education office at 317-867-8006.


For children at least two and a half years of age, but not yet age-eligible for kindergarten, you should contact the Early Childhood Assessment Team at Washington Woods Elementary (317) 867-7900.

Immunization Clinic for Uninsured

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Submit to the Shamrock Blast!

We want to celebrate our Rocks! If you are a Westfield Washington Schools student, teacher, staff member or parent and have a positive story to share, please send us the details! Send an email to comms@wws.k12.in.us. We encourage you to send stories that include personal achievements of your child such as: attaining the rank of Eagle Scout, performing in a community play, earning Scout badges, serving as a volunteer in a non-profit organization, etc., etc. You might just see your story in a future edition of the Shamrock Blast, on our Facebook page or website!

Subscribe to the Shamrock Blast

If you do not have a student in our school district but would like to receive the Shamrock Blast each week, please fill out the form below. If you are an alumnus of the district, a family member of one of our students, or just someone in the local community who wants to keep up with the latest and greatest of Westfield Washington Schools, click the link below.

Questions or Concerns?

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About Westfield Washington Schools

Westfield Washington Schools is the fastest growing school district in the state. With an “A” rating from the Indiana Department of Education, WWS enrolled nearly 8,600 students, in 2020-21, across six elementary, one intermediate middle and high school. The district employs more than 600 teachers and nearly 250 support staff. Westfield High School is ranked in the top 3 percent nationally by U.S. News and World Report, and has a graduation rate of 98.3 percent with 86 percent of its graduates continuing onto higher education.