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September 22, 2017



10/4 - Walk to School Day

10/5 - Track Trot

10/9 - Book Fair through 10/12

10/10 - Principal’s Coffee 8:30am

10/12 - Conferences - NO STUDENTS

10/13 - Conferences - NO STUDENTS

10/16 - Community Partnership Team 3:30pm

10/17 - Picture Day

10/18 - PTC - 7pm

10/26 - Continent Club

10/26 - Family Math Night 6pm-7:30pm

10/31 - Halloween - Fall Parties 2pm

Principal's Message

Dear West TV Families,


Today is the first day of fall, our students and staff are in full swing, parents are beginning to volunteer in classrooms, and we are ready for you to sign up for a Fall Conference. Conference appointments are scheduled for the week of October 9, with no school for students on Thursday, October 12 and Friday, October 13.

Please follow this link to sign up for a parent teacher conference.

Be Involved

School involvement is more than just volunteering in the classrooms and special functions. Research suggests it is even more important to have conversations about school to keep yourself engaged and involved. Here are some suggestions for conversations to have with your child and questions you can ask about his/her day.

"Let's see what you have brought home." Talk about and make comments about homework, returned assignments, and daily planners. "Describe a book you enjoyed today." This will help you understand what your child likes to read and can prompt more questions that can encourage greater comprehension. "Tell me what you learned that you would like to know more about." Perhaps the class could not go deeper into the subject and now you have the opportunity to do some fun research together. Other questions outside of "How was school today?" could be, "What was the coolest thing that happened?" "What wasn't so cool?" Pretend you're the teacher. "How would you describe the day?" "What made you laugh?" "What was the most creative thing you did." "How were you caring, principled, or a risk taker today?"

Enjoy the first weekend of the Fall!

Kalay McNamee


Learning Option Information for 2018-2019

The Beaverton School District is nationally recognized for high student achievement and innovative programs. Beaverton students in grades 6-12 have the opportunity to investigate learning options that best fit their academic needs. Students can choose their neighborhood school or one of a number of small learning options. Transportation is provided.

Applications for the 2018-2019 school year will be available starting Monday, October 23, 2017. Please plan to attend one or more of the open houses that are available. A list of open houses will be published on the District website soon. Students may only select one option on their application. All applicants must reside within the Beaverton School District boundaries. Beginning October 23 current Beaverton School District students are able to apply online using their student ID. Resident students not currently attending a Beaverton school will need to complete a paper application available online, or at any school office beginning October 23, 2017. Please give careful consideration to your choice of school. Once an application has been submitted, no changes will be allowed.

Students who do not have internet access or are not Beaverton School District students can complete a paper application or pick one up at a school office.

Applications must be received in our office no later than Friday, January 5, 2018 at 4:00 PM (Pacific Standard Time ) .

Beaverton High School Winter Sports

Beaverton High School women's basketball program is offering free youth clinics. See the attached flyer for more information.

BHS Winter Sports

Lil' Beaver Cheer Kids Camp

Beaverton High School Cheerleaders invite you to their 5th Annual Lil' Beaver Kids Camp. Kids will learn a real high school cheer and dance to perform during halftime at the Beaverton Beavers Varsity football game. Please see flyer for more details.

Lil' Beaver Cheer Kids Camp

Animals at School

For student safety and in accordance with Beaverton School District policy, dogs (with the exception of service dogs) and other pets cannot be on the school premises. This includes the outdoor school grounds while students are arriving or departing, and when school is in session. The reaction people and dogs have with each other is unpredictable. Many children are fearful and/or allergic to animals.

After-School Clubs/Classes are HERE!

Parent's have been eagerly waiting for our after-school clubs/classes to begin! The wait is over. Please see this link and find the clubs that have West TV listed and see the class details! If the due date is passed please call them anyways as a lot of the clubs/classes have extended their sign-up dates.

Scholastic Book Fair

The Rootin’ Tootin’ Scholastic Book Fair is coming to our library in the next two weeks. Classes will be playing Book BINGO, flyers are going home, videos about the books and authors will be watched, and the excitement will grow.

This year we are reminding parents about the free Scholastic Book Fair phone app available through your app store. Simply scan the fair flyer book covers or scan books at the fair to find out about the book, reading and grade level, as well as the price.

The sales counter will be open October 9-12. It will also be open until 8:00 pm on Wednesday and Thursday evenings during conferences.

Walk to School - Wednesday, October 4th

Walk to school is coming up, Wednesday October 4th. Walk to School Day is meant to increase awareness about the many benefits of walking to school. Just think you’ll be adding to your daily total of physical activity. What a fun event to participate in!

Scholastic Book Fair

The rootin’ tootin’ Scholastic Book Fair will be coming to our library in the next two weeks. Classrooms will be playing Book BINGO, flyers are going home, videos will be watched and the excitement will grow.

This year we are reminding parents about the free Scholastic book Fair phone app available through your app store. Simply scan the fair flyer book covers or scan books at the fair to learn interest, reading and grade levels of the book along with pricing.

The sales counter will be open October 9-12. It will also be open late until 8:00 pm Wednesday and Thursday evenings for conferences.

TAG Consideration

Every year students are considered for Talented and Gifted services in Beaverton School District. These services are provided by your child's classroom teacher(s). If you think your child might qualify, you may wish to complete the Parent Information Form that is available in our school's office. Completing this form gives our school TAG committee more information about your child, but it is not required. All qualified students will be considered regardless of its completion.

Oregon law and District policy define gifted students as those who score at or above the 97th percentile on a standardized, nationally normed test of mental ability and/or academic achievement. Behavioral, learning and/or performance information is also considered before a student is identified for TAG services.

The Parent Information Form must be completed and returned to our school's TAG facilitator, Pam Perrin, or the school's office.

Contact Us

At West TV we aspire to create successful, lifelong learners, who make a positive difference in the global community.

District Goal: WE empower all students to achieve post-high school success.

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