Safe Schools Alert
October PACE


Contact Info

Main Office, 559-4150
Registrar Fax, 559-4170
Main Fax, 559-4155
Dr. Erika Burden
Asst. Principal
Tami Skillingstad
Westwood Middle School
6120 S. Abbott Road
Spokane, WA 99224


  • Friday Night Lights Football Game

    The Inferno at Roos Field October 16

    Game 1- East Valley MS versus Centennial MS 5:00Pm

    Game 2 Cheney MS versus Westwood MS 7:00 pm

    The event is Free! Concessions will be available on the field level.  The Cheney Middle School, Cheney High School and Westwood Middle School bands will be performing during game 2.  Free parking above Roos Field in EWU Lot #P12

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  • d. Tech Class

    Students in the 6th grade Ed. Tech. class have been busy learning how to measure to the nearest 1/16th of an inch.  Then they used their skills to measure a project, then transfer those measurements onto a new piece of wood.  After marking all of the parts needed, they began meticulously cutting the parts out on a scroll saw.  They assembled some of the parts with glue and the others fit together without any glue.  The finished project is an exploding outhouse that can be used over and over.


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  • Masquerade Benefit & Auction Communities In Schools

    You're invited to the 8th annual Masquerade & Benefit Auction Saturday, October 17, 2015 at the Red Lion Hotel at the Park 6:00-9:30 PM.  Price includes appetizer, dinner and dessert $50.00 per ticket $75.00 for 2 tickets. Call (509)413-1436


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  • Safe Sitter Babysitting Workshop

    Prepare for a future of Babysitting through our Safe Sitter Workshop. These classes will be taught by the YMCA at Westwood on October 13th & 15th from 4:30 to 7:30 in the Food Services Room #310.  Cost is $45.00 there are scholarship opportunities available, fee includes a Safe Sitter Student Manuel.  First Aid/CPR certification not included in this course, but will be addressed.

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  • Westwood Wolverine Pride and ASB Leadership

    Westwood Wolverine Pride and ASB leadership students spent Wednesday through Friday this week preparing video lessons to teach expectations for student behavior to all students the first day of school. Additionally, they design and facilitate our assemblies such as the Fund Run, Spirit Week and Veterans’ Day. These students are our role models for Westwood and we appreciate their hard work and willingness to serve!

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