Outdoor Education (5th Grade)
Upcoming Dates to Remember
September 6, 2017
- Fundraising Orders/Money Due (Checks payable to “Westview PTO”)
September 11, 2017
- Families provided with a statement indicating credit earned, and remaining balance due to cover $110 cost of attending the program.
September 13, 2017
- All permission slips and health forms due to Westview Office
September 18, 2017
- Letters sent home to parents regarding pick-up plan upon return on September 29th
September 22, 2017
- All remaining payment due to cover $110 cost (Checks payable to “Westview PTO”)
September 27, 2017
- Students/Staff Depart Westview @ 9:00 a.m. (Parents invited to gather in gym until buses leave)
September 29, 2017
- Students/Staff Arrive back at Westview at approximately 2:00 p.m.
October 20, 2017 (TENTATIVE)
- Fundraising merchandise Pick-up 3:30-5:00 p.m. in Gym Foyer Area (West Door #19 near gym)
YWCA Parent Program--Personal Body Safety Awareness Parent Information Night
Wednesday, October 4th
Melanie Morong from the YWCA will tell parents about the CAP program that is taught at Oakbrook and Westivew Schools. This program focuses on bullying, stranger assault, and known adult assault. Students will identify a safety network of adults they can go to if they have any problems or concerns.
Her presentation will also inform and empower parents on ways to protect children from potential abuse and how to respond if you suspect your child to have been abused.
The presentation is for Parents only, but child care will be available in a nearby classroom.
Dinner will be served, but please RSVP by Sept. 29th so we can order enough food.
Click HERE for full flyer, or call the Westview Office at 630-766-8040 to RSVP.
Adult English Classes Available!
Westview Families interested in:
Preparing to take the test for U.S. Citizenship
Learning about community resources
Participating in project work and field trips can attend free college class click below for details:
Westview Elementary Mission Statement
The Mission of Westview Elementary School is to provide learning experiences for children which will enable them to learn how to solve problems, gather and communicate information, and develop strong character within a safe, nurturing, and welcoming environment.Westview Elementary Vision Statement
Our vision is to be an exemplary elementary school. Our students will be lifelong learners with an appreciation for the rewards of education.