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2013-14 Fund Drive
Westwood Charter is more than a school. It is a community. One where all of us – teachers, parents and staff alike – work together with the sole focus of nurturing and educating our kids.

Please take the time now to consider how you can make a difference in your child’s school experience by supporting the Education & Enrichment Fund Drive. Donation forms and links to online donation via Paypal are available now on our Fund Drive page.

Shopping for WISE

You can earn money for Westwood Charter every time you shop! Here's how:

  • Every time you make a purchase from click through logo below and WWC receives 4 to 8 percent back.
  • Look for SCRIP gift card sales from your favorite retailers and a percentage goes back to WWC (first drive will start September 3rd)
  • Don't forget to re-register your Ralph's club card September 1st, so that the school can receive money every time you shop at Ralph's

Please see the Fundraise While You Shop page for more links and to learn how you can earn money for Westwood Charter.



You can also earn money for WISE every time you shop by using SCRIP Gift Cards.  WISE will get a percentage of the amount you purchase--up to 15%! It's easy, to do, and great for Westwood Charter.  Please click to get a copy of the online form or learn more from our SCRIP Gift Cards page. Hardcopies of the forms will be available in the main office.

Enroll for 2014-15

Our residential boundaries are between Santa Monica Blvd. and Pico Blvd., and Sepulveda Blvd. and Century Park East.  Enrollment packets will only be given to resident families.

For resident children, new student enrollment begins on March 3rd.  Please register early, as we anticipate being full.  We strongly encourage you to return your completed enrollment packet before June 5th.

Please see our Enrollment page for additional information. Need information on Kindergarten? See Frequently Asked Questions About Kindergarten.

Start your shopping at Amazon by clicking on the link below. Every purchase you make raises funds for WISE.

School Calendar

We've implemented Google Calendar to make it easier to see and subscribe to the WWC calendar in Outlook, Google, Yahoo, iPhone, Android, and other platforms. See the mini-calendar below or go to our Calendar page to view or print the calendar in a larger format, subscribe, or download it in monthly or year-at-a-glance PDF format.

Import to Outlook or smartphone (iCal), or click here more info!

2013-14 Fund Drive

As we wrap up the year, we need your gift to the Education & Enrichment Fund Drive!  Without your participation, we may LOSE some of the programs and personnel that make Westwood Charter such a wonderful educational experience for your child. 

We strive for 100% participation from our school families.  Please take the time now to donate now using the link below or on our Education & Enrichment Fund Drive page. 



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Traffic Safety
  1. No parking in front of the school on Selby, Mississippi or LaGrange during the morning hours of 7:30 a.m.- 8:30 a.m. and again from 2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. THERE IS NO EXCEPTION TO THIS RULE!
  2. Drop off and pick up children without blocking traffic.
  3. Cross at the corner with your child and don't park in No Parking Zones.
  4. Don't stop to let your children out in the Red Zone.  Don't double park.
  5. Don't block driveways or use the teachers’ parking lot for pick up, drop off, or to park your car.