Aiming to Keep You Informed
October 26, 2018
From the Office
Remember, we have the Halloween Dance tonight from 6-8pm! See the flyer below for more information and details! Hope to see you all there.
On Tuesday, November 6th, Westfield will be a designated election polling location. This is a wonderful opportunity for Westfield to participate in one aspect of the civic duty of all Americans. To ensure student safety, voters will enter through the exterior Band Room doors and will not have access to the rest of the building. Students will also not have access to the Band room that day. All visitors with school-related matters should enter the main office as normal. Due to the possibility of increased traffic, we have requested a police presence during drop-off and dismissal times.
CC! Assembly The Character Counts Committee brought in John Vincent, singer for the Chicago Cubs, to share his experiences growing up. He shared about the importance of being a "family" and being kind to one another.
Photos from the week:
Club Hype hosted a T.E.K. (Teachers Encouraging Kids) pumpkin decorating and carving event on Monday! Thank you to all who participated!
The Character Counts assembly with John Vincent, singer for the Chicago Cubs.
Halloween Art Contest
Contest entries on display in the Office! What a great turn out this year!
Please visit our Google Calendar for all activities and schedules!
Fall Dance: October 26th 6-8pm
Polling Location: November 6th
1st Trimester Ends: November 9th
1:40 Dismissal: November 14th
Halloween Costume Information
Halloween Costumes - Friday Night Dance and Wednesday during the Day
Students are able to dress up for Halloween on Wednesday, October 31st. We would like to remind the students to dress appropriately as stated in the Dress Code and to follow the guidelines listed below:
- Costume/Hair/Make-up must be completed prior to the arrival at school or entering the bus. Ex: No spray cans are allowed on the bus or at school.
- Costume accessories, if applicable, should not depict or display anything hurtful, harmful or have the opportunity to be utilized as a weapon.
- The classroom learning environment should not be compromised due to a student’s costume.
- Student’s identity must be visible and easily recognizable. Ex: No full masks.