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Who will be Westside's 2020-21 Spelling Bee Class, Grade & School Champions?Last year 2 girls, 4th grader & 6th grader were our SCHOOL CHAMPIONS & went on to state! Who will our CHAMPIONS BEE this year? New: Early Lists & Early Bee so all students & champions have the best chance for success. Class Spelling Bees: Last Week of October at the teacher's discretion. School-wide Spelling Bee: Nov. 19th 9:30 am National Spelling Bee lists come home this week and are available NOW below:
Although parent helpers are not allowed in classrooms this year, Westside could still use your help. Our janitor, Mr. Berger, would like two parents to help clean high touch surfaces twice per day. The kindergarten teachers could also use some help between morning and afternoon classes.
Beginning Monday, September 14, 2020, Nebo School District will be switching to an “Open Restricted Meal Program.” Under this program, breakfast and lunch are available for free to all students enrolled in Nebo School District, including remote learners.
Please click on link for more details: http://www.nebo.edu/node/3197
Our PTA general meeting will be held this Wednesday, September 2 at 9:30am in the gym. We will vote on the budget, as well as last month's minutes (attached). Please join us if you can, and let me know if you have any items to add to the agenda. And if you have not joined PTA yet this year, we'd love to have you attend and sign up! *This email is being sent to last year's membership list; apologies if it no longer applies.* Thanks! Rebecca Youngberg, PTA secretary
*UPDATE. SEPs are on October 22**
Congratulations to our Fifth Grade Math Olympiad students from last year!
First place Diana Hammer, Second Place Jack Arner, Third place Spender Balagna and Jace Broberg, Fifth Place Aubrey Nunnally and Emily Thorpe.
Not pictured are our Sixth Grade Math Olympiad Students. First Place Jade Langholf, Second Place Kaiden Bowen and Beth Rogers, Fourth Place Ben Beckham and Josh Ford.
No school on Monday, September 7.
Labor Day 2020 will occur on Monday, September 7. Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers and is traditionally observed on the first Monday in September. It was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century and became a federal holiday in 1894.
If you are interested in serving on our 2020-2021 School Community Council, please fill out the application on the linked website or pick one up at the school. Please turn it in by Monday, September 28.