Realize Anything’s Possible (R.A.P.) featuring Ike Hill and Cutright visited Westwood Elementary on January 29, 2018. This exciting concert featured an interactive assembly program
The PTO at Westwood Elementary put together an Art Night for students and their families on Thursday, January 18, 2018. Students had a great
Can anyone really have too many tamales? According to Maria and her cousins Dolores, Teresa, and Danny, the answer is yes! However, Mrs. Allen-Atkinson’s
This month schools within USD 475 participated in a week-long coding event, “Code-a-Thon” and to celebrate the occasion Westwood Elementary Library Media Specialist Cheryl Hudson submitted
December marks the ringing of the bells for the Salvation Army and signifies the start of the Holiday season for most around the country.
Many schools at USD 475 celebrated on October 31st in a variety of ways. For example, at Sheridan Elementary each classroom had their own
Red Ribbon Week first began in 1985 as a symbol of parents’ commitment to raise drug awareness about the destruction they can cause for
Not many students can say they are published authors, even fewer can say they were published in kindergarten. Regina Freyberger’s class at Westwood Elementary did just that this year, publishing their very own journal-style book.
Westwood hosted Body Venture, an opportunity for students to learn about the importance of making healthy food choices and being physically active.
On May 4, 2017, Westwood Elementary held its annual School in Review Celebration. The event began with an “Egg Drop” from a two-story high