3rd Grade Culture Day

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Each month the 3rd grade invites speakers to come and teach about a different culture. Recently they were visited by several parents who taught them about Japan and Mexico. 

Halloween PARADE 1:30-2:30

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On Halloween, Westside will be holding a parade on the grassy field, behind the school, from 1:30-2:30. All are welcome to attend. You do not need to sign in, but if you choose to take your child home after the parade please sign out your students in your student's classroom.

Students are invited to come to school on Monday dressed in their costume. If students choose to wear a mask, it may only be worn during the parade.

Fourth Grade Attends the Symphony

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Janelle Parkin

On September 30th the 4th grade attended the Utah Symphony at Maple Mountain High School.  They enjoyed the soothing sounds of music from various composers.  The conductor focused on beats per measure and showed how different beats give character to songs.  

Red Ribbon Week

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This week Westside celebrated Red Ribbon Week. Students and teachers dressed in red, dressed to represent their favorite teams, and dressed in crazy attire as they pledged to stay drug free. Each class also created a poster to remind people the importance of staying away from drugs. 

Westside Teachers Love Their Students

On Tuesday, Westside had an assembly to celebrate our success with our fundraiser this year (thank you so much to everyone who dontated!! Your generosity will go so far to help our school with resources and technology!). Every grade was able to meet their goal, which meant that every teacher got a pie in the face. And since everyone worked so hard, Mrs. Pruitt got one too. Thank you for all of your support Westside students and parents!

Soccer

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Last week we had our annual Faculty vs. the 6th Grade soccer game. The sixth graders played hard and everyone had a great time! Great job to everyone who played!

Road to Success

The Road to Success program is up and running.  This is a great opportunity to help motivate your reader as well as track his or her reading minutes. There is a great overview of the program at https://rtsutah.com/program-overview/.  Here you will find a great video reviewing the main components of how the game/program works.  Don't forget that "when on the road to success, you can go anywhere!" Feel free to contact your student's instructor for any further questions.

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