After we returned from winter break, the snow began to fall. There is an abundance of creativity that emerges when the ground turns white with snow.
Third and fourth grade students and their teachers volunteered at Chicago’s Cradles to Crayons.
Third graders planted tulip bulbs in November.
Sones de Mexico performed for our fourth grade students. This fourth grade cultural arts program is a combination of Spanish and music education and cultural experience.
In recognition and support of District 35’s Stand Up to Bullying Day, West School students and Staff wore pink.
Third Grade Science. The Discovery Wildlife Museum of Lake County visited our third graders to present the animals that live in the different regions of the midwest. The student learned about the adaptations that the animals have made to survive in the extremities of their environment.
Happy Halloween 2017
The Go Green Club meets once a month on a Monday before school. This group of students plant, recycle, repurpose all sorts of things throughout the school year.
Monday, September 11: West School students and staff gathered near the flag pole for our annual observation of Patriots’ Day.
Welcome back to school! These photos are evidence of the great start we have had to the 2017-18 school year. After the first bell rang, we settled in. Just before lunch, teachers and support staff performed several skits that had us all, “Stopping, Thinking, and making a Good Choice.”
Students were instructed on the safest way to ride and evacuate a school bus.