329 Hawk Lane
Westfield, WI 53964
Principal: Cory Parman
Summer Adventure 2015
Plans are currently underway for Summer School for those students currently in Grades K-8. Summer classes will run Monday-Friday, June 8-July 3. Swimming will again be a 10-day program and run June 8-19. Students can sign up for classes as well as swimming so they may attend for the full four weeks. Classes for students who are currently 4K and will be in Kindergarten next year will also be offered. Breakfast and lunch will again be provided for all students grades K-12. Busses will run from outlying schools. More information will follow in early spring. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Parman at 608-296-2224.
Welcome to our website. Westfield Elementary School is a small, rural elementary school opened in 1965, that houses 4K-6th grades. We currently have about 350 students in our building. Our student academic progress is our priority. However, we pride ourselves on development of the whole child together with parents and community members to prepare these students to be productive members of society.
- Two full time secretaries and one full time principal
- K-3 classrooms are under 20 students and grades 4-6 have an average of 22 students
- 4K meets Tuesday/Thursday and Wednesday/Friday from 8:20 am - 3:20 pm
- 2.5 Title I Reading Teachers, 1 Reading Recovery Teacher, 1 EEN teacher and 1 CDS teacher
- Art, Music, Physical Education, Health Education and LMC classes meet weekly
- "Read Dogs," "Lunch with all Ages" and "Breakfast with Books" are a few of our programs encouraging community involvement
- PTO meets the third Monday of each month at 4:00 pm in the LMC
The building will open at 7:50 am and students are not allowed in the building until that time. In order to keep your child safe, please do not drop them off earlier than is necessary as there is no one to supervise them. At 8:20 am, all students need to be in their classrooms for attendance and parents should be out of the building.
LATE FOR SCHOOL:
It is important that students arrive to school on time. Students should be in their seats and ready promptly at 8:20 am. Students arriving late must present a note and report to the office to sign in.
If your child will be absent from school please be sure to call the school by 8:30 am. You may also call the night before the absence as the answering machine will accept your call anytime after office hours. Our phone number is 608-296-2224.
MESSAGES TO STUDENTS:
Parents calling to get a message to their child should call the school office prior to 1:30 pm.
Free/Reduced Lunch Applications: All families are encouraged to apply for free/reduced meals anytime during the school year if your income changes.
Money may be sent with one member of the family for the entire family. It is recommended that each family pay a minimum of 2 weeks in advance. Accounts are not based on a charge system, will be denied purchases if there is no money in the family account.
When sending cash please send it in a labeled envelope with your child/s first and last name and enclosed. When paying by check, note your child's first and last name in the lower left-hand corner of the check. It is not necessary to put checks in an envelope.
Children must be careful at the end of the day when going to your car or walking home. There are several cars waiting in the parking lot and on the street. We want children to be aware of cars that may be pulling out.
We release walkers and car riders by door #8 (by the gym). We ask that parents park in the south or north parking lot to pick up your children. Thank you for your cooperation.