Greetings Parents/Guardians,

Can you believe we made it through the first six weeks of school? It has been a very busy school year thus far. Pre-kindergarten students have become acclimated to a new learning environment. Kindergarten through 5th grade students and teachers are getting more comfortable with our new Reading and Language Arts curriculum. All students have access to technology and the Fine Arts Academy is up and running. We also celebrated several holidays and events. The students wrote poems and made crafts for Grandparents Day. Teachers planned different activities to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and we had the honor of celebrating College Go Get It Week with the Superintendent's Executive Team and Campus Principals. Now that Fall is in the air, it promises an even busier second six weeks. Please be on the lookout for upcoming events and activities for the month of October. We have several forms of communication: DOJO, campus and classroom newsletters, and our campus website. Lastly, I want to THANK YOU for all your support. With your help, I know we can take our students to the "NEXT LEVEL".

Our staff is keeping our scholars engaged as we "Race to the NEXT LEVEL"


West Main 4th graders celebrate with Executive Team and Campus Principals

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October 1st - Dance Academy Parent Meeting

October 2nd - Art, Music, and Theater Academy Parent Meeting

October 4th - Life Skills Field Trip

October 5th - STEP Camp Begins

October 7th - Uniform Picture Day

October 8th - PTA Meeting and Hispanic Heritage Performance

October 8th - Dollars For College Night

October 8th - Piano Academy Parent Meeting

October 10th - STEP Tryouts

October 11th - Student Holiday/Parent Conferences and Report Pickup

October 14th - Campus Closed/Fair Day

October 16th - Homecoming Parade

October 18th - Fire Prevention Assembly

October 23rd - Red Ribbon Week Begins (see flyer for activities)

October 28th - Student Holiday/Staff Development

October 29th - Kindergarten Country Critters Field Trip

October 30th - Pre-K Green Meadows Field Trip

October 31st - Pre-K and Kinder Fall Celebration

November 1st - Fall Festival (1st - 5th grades)


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Please join us for our next PTA Meeting on October 8, 2019 at 6:00 PM in the cafeteria. West Main Fine Arts students will have a short performance.


Vision, Hearing, and Spinal screenings are coming up

Vision and hearing screening will be conducted on Thursday, October 10, 2019 for all Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st, 3rd, and 5th grade students. Only 2nd and 4th grade students new to the district will undergo the screenings. All 5th grade girls will undergo spinal screenings on the same day. Trained screeners will check your child for signs of spinal problems like scoliosis.

The spinal screening is simple. Screeners will look at your child's back while she stands and bends. Students who fail the screening will be sent a letter so that you can follow up with a medical doctor. In preparation for the spinal screenings, 5th grade girls should follow these recommendations:

  • Bring shorts on the day of the exam
  • wear sports bra or two-piece swim top underneath their shirt on exam day
  • If the girl is wearing a sports bra or two-piece swim top, it is recommended that their shirts be removed for the exam

If you have any questions regarding the screenings, please feel free to reach out to Nurse Mitchell at 972-218-1551.


Facts About Red Ribbon Week

What is Red Ribbon Week?
  • Red Ribbon Week is the nation's oldest and largest Drug Prevention Awareness campaign. Today, millions of people celebrate each year throughout the United States.

How did Red Ribbon Week start?

  • Red Ribbon Week started after the death of Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, who in 1985, was brutally murdered by drug traffickers he was investigating in Mexico. After his death, people wanted to hone his sacrifice. In 1985 local celebrations began in California, where Camarena grew up. In 1988 the National Family Partnership started the first National Red Ribbon Week.

When is Red Ribbon Week celebrated?
  • Red Ribbon Week is celebrated October 23rd - 31st of every year.
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  • School starts at 8:00 AM and students are tardy at 8:05 AM. Students can arrive as early as 7:30 AM.
  • Students will not be released after 3:00 PM from the front office. Dismissal will begin at 3:30 PM.
  • Parent drop-off and pick-up is at the FRONT of the school. Parents should not drop students off not pick up at the REAR of the building.
  • Students enrolled in Life-Skills or attend Piano and/or Right at School should arrive and dismiss form the REAR of the school.
  • Students who walk home will be escorted away from the campus at 3:40 PM. This allows time for students to arrive and staff to take attendance.
  • Pick-up lanes, in the front, are divided by grade level. Pre-Kindergarten through 2nd grade parents should enter the parking lot and remain in the RIGHT LANE. 3rd through 5th grade parents should enter the parking lot and remain in the LEFT LANE.
  • Please have your "ORANGE TAG" in the window of your car when picking up students. If you do not have an "ORANGE TAG" , you will to present your ID to pick up your child.
  • All parents should remain in cars during dismissal.


We want to keep you informed! To encourage parents/guardians to read our electronic newsletter, "The West Main Buzz", we are giving away two gift cards to two lucky individuals. All you have to do to win is like our Facebook page and read our campus newsletter. The winners will be announced at he PTA meeting on October 8th. You do not have to be present to win.


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