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Main Office, 559-4150
 
Attendance/Registrar
559-4156
Registrar Fax, 559-4170
 
Main Fax, 559-4155
 
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Westwood Middle School
6120 S. Abbott Road
Spokane, WA 99224
 
 

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  • Welcome to Westwood Middle School
    Home of the Wolverines
    Pride in Ourselves
    Pride in Our Learning
    Pride in Our Community
                                                                                                              
     
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  • SUMMIT SOAP BOX DERBY
    The Westwood Summit Program has been working on our Mini Soap-Box Derby Lab the last few weeks. These are 1/13 models of real Soap Box Derby cars that are raced for time on a 35 foot track. Students have been using scientific inquiry to learn what makes their cars go faster spend t
    ime learning science concepts of gravity, mass, friction, speed and kinetic and potential energy.  The kids use engineering to define problems and work through a process of testing and refining to develop solutions as well as math to measure in both standard and metric and worked with decimals to calculate average speeds down to the thousands of a second. Our hope is to take our learning and build two full size cars along with creating a marketing/sponsorship package so we can race them in our nearest local race on the west side of the state.
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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL DANCE

    Due to popular demand we will be rescheduling the Middle School Dance for next Friday, December 19th at CMS from 6:30-8pm. Cost is $5/child for ALL children.

     

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  • RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS MONTH
    Westwood’s Anti-Bullying Club has chosen to sponsor a
    Random Acts of Kindness Challenge Month in December, aligned with the PACE character trait of Caring.  We are challenging every student and staff member to be their kindest all month long.  There is no competition, but simply a personal quest to be awesome every day

    Every lunch period in December students will be able to fill out a chain link to our Chain of Kindness. Chain links represent each kind act they’ve done or experienced that day. I challenge each of you to link kindness in your classroom lessons and encourage the spread of kindness among students.  If you want to use chain links let me know I’m happy to send them your way.  The students brainstormed the attached kindness challenge ideas, if you wish to share them in your classes.  Thank you for your help and support in promoting pride in our community through a caring and kind school culture and climate!

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