District Announcements

Principal's Corner

New school year

We're Getting Ready!

Are you? 
The summer is winding down and preparations are being made for the upcoming school year.  By now, your class assignment letters have gone out and we are all counting the days before we get to see our friends again at school.
Our first day of school will be September 2, 2014 for grades 1-3.  Bus riders come in the front door and car riders come in the parent drop off door.  Parents, don't worry.  We will have lots of staff there to help your child get to their own classroom.  For safety reasons, we do not have parents walk their students to class.  Thank you for helping us out by saying goodbye at home and helping us with a nice transition.  Not sure how to drop your child off?  Take a look at our diagram.  This will be a bit new for many.  Just follow the directions of staff and the car in front of you.
Kindergarten will have orientation day on September 2.  The letter you received in the mail will have the time and group that your child is expected to participate in.  You are welcome to park in the parking spaces behind the school.  The first, full, class day of Kindergarten will be September 3, 2014. 
We are thrilled to start the new year with you and wish you an enjoyable end to the summer break!
Mr. Gibbons 
You may pick up or drop off registration packets with the school nurse during school office hours, but our Administrative Assistant will be here to process the packets on Thursday mornings.  For a list of electronic forms you will need for registration please follow the link below.
Registration Forms can be found with this link: 

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The mission of the West Villages School is to teach our children in a safe and nurturing environment as monitored by our Positive School - Wide Initiatives.  Students demonstrate their academic progress measured by standards based assessments.  Implementing data driven instruction, we track student progress to make informed decisions about teaching and learning for all.