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September 2016

Fun Run and Chalk Festival Fundraiser

Submitted by heather.balli on Thu, 09/29/2016 - 11:25

We Support Westside Wildcats!

The Fun Run is Monday and the Chalkfest is tomorrow! The procedes from these events will go toward technology and other programs at our school.

If you want discounted tickets for pizza, face painting and more, you or you kids can buy them tomorrow before of after school. 

You can donate online! Please use the donation envelope web address-flier is incorrect. You can even have grandma, and out of town friends and family donate.

Fifth Grade Dance

Submitted by lindsey.smith on Thu, 09/15/2016 - 13:55

Today the fifth graders worked with Rachel Kimball, Nebo School District's dance specialist, to learn about the elements of dance as applied to social studies. The students learned the original 13 colonies, the etymology of their names, and then created short dances to portray the names of each colony. Each group then performed their dance while the rest of the class watched and then labeled the colony on a map. 

Sign Up NOW for SEPs

Submitted by heather.balli on Fri, 09/09/2016 - 20:58


Westside Elementary is excited to invite you to sign up online for SEPs using SignUp Genius! Please go to for the links to sign up. You will need an access code to be admitted into our sign-ups. The access code for this SEP is wildcats. To sign up you will not be required to create a SignUp Genius account. However if you choose to do so, SignUp Genius will send you text/e-mail reminders about your upcoming appointments and will make signing up for next SEPs even easier.

Kindergarten Summer Challenge

Submitted by lindsey.smith on Thu, 09/01/2016 - 08:39
Theresa Oleson

At the end of kindergarten, the kindergarten students were invited to read and do learning activities during the summer.  Eleven of those students completed the challenge and were invited to a picnic lunch with the kindergarten teachers. It was fun to hear how the students are enjoying first grade.  Congratulations to those students for their hard work.

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