April 2016

Internet Safety Assembly

Attributions: 
Lindsey Smith

Today Westside was visited by Cole from NetSmartz for two assemblys (one for younger kids and one for older kids) to learn about using the internet safely. The kids watched some video clips and participated in discussion to learn about several different topics. A few of the things they talked about included being careful with social media, not giving out personal information, and cyber-bullying, as well as counteracting cyber-bullying through kindness. 

Westside Employee of the Year

Attributions: 
Lindsey Smith

This week the faculty at Westside voted on an outstanding employee for this school year, and that person was our wonderful sweeper, Dustin! He is kind to students and teachers, is cheerful, and makes people feel better for having been around him. Dustin is a hard worker who conscientiously fulfills his job with a smile. We are so grateful to have Dustin at Westside!

Summer Art Workshop

Attributions: 
Lindsey Smith

This summer Nebo School District will also be holding an art studio workshop, which is open to all students, Kindergarten - 12th grade. There are options for both one and two week sessions, with a cost of either $32 or $42 depending on the session that you choose. Registration starts on April 26th, and is open online at nebo.revtrak.net, then select "Nebo District Programs." 

Summer Drama Workshop

Attributions: 
Lindsey Smith

This summer Nebo School District will be holding a drama workshop for 3rd - 6th grade students. There will be two sessions, one from June 6 - 17, and one from June 20 - July 1. The cost is only $42 and the workshop runs from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Monday through Friday. Registration starts on April 26th, and is open online at nebo.revtrak.net, then select "Nebo District Programs." 

6th Grade Microbes Fair

Attributions: 
AnnaMarie Franks

On Tuesday our 6th graders displayed their mold projects that they have been working on this month. Students had to come up with a question, hypothesis, collect and analyze data, and write a conclusion. They got to share their projects with other students and their parents. We are so proud of all their hard work. Way to go future scientists!

March Madness

Attributions: 
AnnaMarie Franks

On Wednesday students were randomly selected to shoot for cash as part of our school's "March Madness" reading competition/incentive. Students were also randomly selected to pick  prizes.  We are so proud of all the students at Westside. Keep reading!