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* Tues 1/5 - All Star Drivers Ed
* Thurs 1/7 - Period 8 Tutoring Program - Media Center
* Thurs 1/7 - All Star Drivers Ed
* Thurs 1/7 - AP Awards Ceremony - 9:30am

                                 Link to Westhill's website


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Westhill's athletic schedules:


* Tues 1/5 - Varsity Wrestling vs. Staples @ 4:00pm
* Tues 1/5 - Freshman Girls Basketball vs. Danbury @ 4:00pm
* Tues 1/5 - JV Girls Basketball vs. Danury @ 5:15pm
* Tues 1/5 - Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Danbury @ 7:00pm
* Wed 1/6 - Varsity Girls Ice Hockey vs. Darien @ 4:00pm
* Wed 1/6 - Varsity Girls Gymnastics vs. Staples @ 5:30pm
* Wed 1/6 - Varsity Boys Ice Hockey vs. Guilford @ 7:50pm
* Thurs 1/7 - Freshman Boys Basketball vs. Weston @ 4:00pm
* Thurs 1/7 - JV Boys Basketball vs. Weston @ 5:15pm
* Thurs 1/7 - Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Weston @ 7:00pm
* Fri 1/8 - Freshman Boys Basketball vs. Greenwich @ 4:00pm
* Fri 1/8 - JV Boys Basketball vs. Greenwich @ 5:15pm
* Fri 1/8 - Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Greenwich @ 7:00pm
* Fri 1/8 - V Boys Swimming & Diving vs. Staples @ 4:00pm
* Sat 1/9 - V Boys Ice Hockey vs. Norwalk-McMahon @ 5:00pm

Studies have shown that parental engagement in a child’s education is the single most important factor in student achievement.  The PowerSchool Parent Portal will provide you with secure access to information about your middle school and/or high school children’s grades and attendance records through a single account.

 Additional information


PowerSchool Parent Portal 

 Parent Portal Help Desk

If you are having difficulty accessing the site, please provide your full name, your child's name and grade and as much information about your problem as possible so that we can resolve your issue quickly and route your question to the appropriate person.


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Do you have a table like this to help make the Career Center a more user friendly place where students can hang out and be productive? We are updating the Career Center to provide a better environment for students, and this is an item on our wish list.
If you have a table to donate, or would like to help us buy one, please call Mr. Stepkoski at 203-977-5535. Thanks!

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The University of Bridgeport will be conducting an "Application Workshop" on Tuesday, January 5, 2016 in the career center for interested seniors.  Students who sign up though Naviance can come to the career center during their lunch wave (5th block - 11:09 - 1:09) and will be able to apply to the University of Bridgeport for FREE with fee-waived applications. Your guidance counselor will provide you with your transcript to give to the University of Bridgeport admissions counselor. Seniors can either bring a print-out of their SAT/ACT scores to the workshop, or they can send scores at a later date.  Senior applicants who provide transcripts and test scores will receive a decision within 2 days of applying.  Accepted applicants will also know what merit scholarships they are eligible to receive right away.  It will be first-come, first-served, so please sign up on Naviance before the event.

Sign into Naviance at:


The Bank of America Student Leaders® Program is now accepting applications 
for the 2016 summer program for
 high school juniors and seniors
 residing in or attending school in Stamford.
Since its inception in 2004, the Bank of America Student Leaders Program has recognized more than 2,200 exemplary high school juniors and seniors who have a passion for improving their communities. The program helps students gain a greater understanding of how nonprofits create impact and helps develop them as the next generation of community leaders through two components:
· An eight-week, paid summer internship with one of three local youth agencies (partner agencies include: Boys & Girls Club of Stamford, Cardinal Shehan Center (Bridgeport) or LEAP (New Haven.) This internship is designed to provide opportunities for the students to develop and apply leadership skills through hands-on work experience, while raising their awareness of community issues addressed by their host organization.
· A week-long, all-expense paid Student Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. from July 10-15, 2016. Conducted in partnership with the Close Up Foundation, the Summit introduces students to aspects of civic, social and business leadership and provides them with knowledge and skills they will use throughout their life to create positive community change.
Students can apply for the program by going to

Please note the application deadline of 
Friday, January 29, 2016.
Should you have questions, please call Robyn Peters at 203-752-4840

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Dear Parents:
As we start preparing for our primary school fundraiser for WHS, we need your help! 
 Consider adopting an item for our WHS Fashion Show Raffle Baskets
Monetary donations, gift cards or any raffle items
 listed in the attached are very appreciated.
Thank you for your generous support.

From Your Co-chairs
Jeanne Carrillo, and
 Lisa Wise,


Attention all sophomores, juniors

 and seniors!  

The ASVAB Career Exploration Program

 will be administered on 
Wednesday, February 3 at Westhill

This three-hour assessment will be offered to WHS 10th, 11th, and 12th graders as part of the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. The program provides tools to help students learn more about career exploration and planning, in both the civilian and military worlds of work. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is free of charge.

If you are interested, please see your guidance counselor to sign up!

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Relay for Life

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We are planning a Relay for Life event at Westhill. 
 We need people who are willing to dedicate their time
 and heart to a great cause.
 If you are interested in helping, please contact 
or call Silvana Cardona at (203) 969-4686



Your next  opportunity to buy Spirit Wear 
 will be Friday,
January 8th
11:00am - 1:15pm

Please make checks payable to "Westhill PTSO"

We need volunteers to help sell Spirit Wear on Friday afternoons.  There will always be a Spirit Wear Committee member at the table, but a 2nd set of hands during the sale really helps. 

Please CLICK HERE to sign up


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Please help the WPTSO feed over 30 students through the weekly Backpack Program.  We fill backpacks with donated food every Friday and students at risk of going hungry over the weekend pick them up and return them empty Monday morning.  Please consider donating non-perishables which you or your student can drop off in the main office. 
Most needed items: 
Cereal, Peanut butter,
Individual cups of fruit, Tuna, 
Canned Chili, Microwave cups of Mac n cheese, 
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee pastas

Individual servings and/or small sizes (no glass please) work best for packaging.  


Parent Volunteers Needed for
 In-School Tutoring

If you have time to give during the school day, there are ELL (English Langauge Learners) and bilingual students at Westhill who could really benefit from one-on-one assistance.  Please contact Joy Katz at and let her know your availability. 


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