Home  whschools  Newsletter  Westie Wrap-Up  West Haven Public Schools e-...

West Haven Public Schools e-newsletter: The Westie Wrap-Up
Published on Jul 3, 2014 12:10


Mark Your Calendar

June 30: Start of free summer meal program for any Westie age 18 or younger. Click here for locations.

July 12:
Fundraiser for David Cappetta, former BOE finance director.

July 23-24:
Final kindergarten registration sessions are at Mackrille.

• July 14:
Board of Education meeting at City Hall.

• August 27:
First day of school. Click here for BOE calendar. 

 Year-End Highlights
The WHHS valedictorian is headed to Harvard, while the salutatorian is bound for Providence College. Read their stories here.

WHHS students received $120,000 in scholarships on Senior Scholarship Night.

Our schools raised nearly $6,500 for the Sandy Hook playground built in West Haven.

Click here for the WHHS Senior Showcase: Jason Puleo and Joe Ayala ship off for the Navy.

Welcome to the first edition of The Westie Wrap-Up! This emailed newsletter will be sent at the end of each week to provide a review of West Haven Public School news, as well as important reminders.  

 Congratulations and good luck to the WHHS Class of 2014!
wave  grads
Members of the West Haven High School Class of 2014 graduated June 23 in Ken Strong Stadium before a cheering crowd of family and friends. Click here to read more and see photos.
Cap toss  Group

 Wishes for a great summer
It's hard to believe it's already time for summer break! We want to wish our students and their families, as well as West Haven Public Schools staff, a safe, fun and relaxing summer.
School Health Dept. reminders

Kindergarten physical exams and Grade 7 immunizations are due before the first day of school.
Student-athletes must have a physical before tryouts (must be cleared by school nurse).
Students needing medication to be administered by school staff in school must have a written order from their Health Care Provider.

 West Haven Public Schools | 355 Main Street, West Haven, CT 06516 |  Phone: 203-937-4300 | whschools.org

Facebook Twitter