Bond and Levy Facts
2015 BOND Fact:

Due to high demand for athletics
programs, high school athletes

must be bussed off-site for practice.

2015 LEVY Fact:

Approximately 4300 students and 600 staff members are directly affected by the levy. Class size, counselors, nurses, sports, leadership, textbooks, school and teacher supplies, transportation, special education, nutrition services program, Highly Capable education, computer replacement and repair, software, substitute teachers, and facilities maintenance are all supported in whole or part by local levy funds.



Safe Schools Alert

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


  • Welcome to Westwood Middle School
    Home of the Wolverines
    Pride in Ourselves
    Pride in Our Learning
    Pride in Our Community
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  • Mobile Food Bank Distribution

    Join us at Windsor Elementary School on January 28th from 4:30-6:30pm in the Community Room to receive delicious and nutritious groceries from the Food Bank. Mobile Food Bank Flier

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  • Piece of Music to be Commissioned

    The 7th and 8th grade band at Westwood Middle School will have a unique opportunity to have a piece of music commissioned for them as part of the repertoire that they will prepare for the EWMEA middle school large group festival on March 25th. Commissioning a piece of music means the music will be written specifically for the Westwood Middle School 7th and 8th grade band with our specific instrumentation and individual skill levels in mind. The title for our piece is “Warrior Rising” and is being written by Alex Thode. Alex is a music composition major at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Alex has written for several award winning marching bands as well as solos for his fellow college students. He is very excited to be working with Westwood Middle School both through the process of writing the music and hearing recorded samples to get a composer’s opinion of the piece as it is being rehearsed. This will be a great experience for the Westwood Middle School 7th and 8th grade bands over the next couple of months. “Warrior Rising” will be premiered at our mid-year concert on March 19th at 7:00p.m. See Photo

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  • Cheney Parks and & Recreation Events
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    Congratulations to these fantastic student artists, Sixth grader Dawson Heuett, seventh grader Katie Bree-Clark and eighth graders Julianna Burgos, Sophia Wong and Bailey Sweitzer. These talented young people have created some wonderful artwork in our Visual Art classes and have been chosen, among thousands of other entries, to have their artwork published in the “Celebrating Art” anthology.  This hard covered book features today’s best student artists and as most students are not invited to be published, this is quite an honor.  Congratulations to these hardworking, creative young people.  We are very proud of you!

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    SeaPerch is an underwater robotics program that equips teachers and students with the resources they need to build an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV). Club meetings will be on Mondays after school. SeaPearch Flyer

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